Tora’s Book Nook Review: Diviner’s Prophecy by Nicolette Andrews

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Diviner's Prophecy by Nicolette Andrews ****

Maea is a diviner – the last one of her line. She has visions of the future that portend a catastrophic future, trouble is her memories have been stolen and her visions are stuck on seeing the same thing. Her foster mother, Damara, and her companion, Johai, seem to have her best interest at heart, but without her memories, Maea doesn’t trust them—or their court intrigues. Do they want to usurp the throne and put Damara’s son on it and use Maea’s abilities to do so? Just what game are they playing? Taken to live at court with them, Maea doesn’t know who to trust and pursues the truth behind the loss of her memories.

If you like political intrigues in a medieval setting with touches of magic, then you’ll like this book. There are plenty of plot twists to keep you wondering what really is the truth and who Maea should trust. This is the first book in a trilogy.

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