It has been thousands of years since the fall of the great nations and the tribes that remain in the ashes of the fallen must fight to survive in the shadows. In this desperate landscape, Ailive has spent her entire life fighting for the honor of her tribe and she has grown weary of war. When Ailive sees a chance to escape her fate, she flees into a chaotic landscape where death and darkness lurk behind every friendly face until she finds refuge in the peaceful city at the center of her world. In this city, Ailive finds everything she’s ever dreamt of, but news of a strange prophet from the South brings whispers of war to Ailive’s peaceful home. Now Ailive alone can stop the genocide of an entire tribe of people. Ailive alone holds the key to bringing peace to the world and destroying the monstrous man whom she once loved, if she can only gain the courage to pick up her sword again and make herself fulfill the destiny she’s fought her entire life.
I thought The Twilight Saint was a captivating read! It follows Ailive on her journey through life. I honestly can’t believe this book was less than 300 pages, it seemed like it was so much longer! I think it’s because so many things happen in this book.
I really liked Ailive’s character, I thought she was such a brave woman. Some of the things that she had to endure were truly horrifying, yet somehow she managed to stay strong.
I think my favorite aspect of this book was the complex world that Ailive lived in. I was fascinated by all the tribes. The way the author describes everything I could clearly picture all the different places and people in my mind.
Overall, I thought The Twilight Saint was a really good read and I would definitely recommend it to fans of dystopian and fantasy novels.
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