Book: Fountain of Beauty
Series: The Cubi #4
Cover Artist: Jay Aheer
Publication date: October 30, 2017
Length: 262 pages
Reviewed by Meredith
Daniel’s Kingdom was born to the threat of war that he, Seldon, and Caledon don’t have the experience to deal with. But his Kingdom has an ally far more experienced, and with this ally comes hope of a brighter future.
In the meantime, Daniel has to stay hidden and leave the problems to the ones capable of handling them. He needs to focus on learning and growing along with his new Kingdom. However, responsibilities to his people prematurely force Daniel out of hiding and into the spotlight.
The only problem is, his enemy has counted on that.
This is book four in Meraki’s The Cubi series. This is a series that once you begin it, you won’t be able to quit it. It is following a story arc so you do need to read them in order. You will be lost otherwise.
Now, what do I say about this? I guess this review speaks to those who have been following Daniel’s amazing journey. Well, our boy has to grow up and fast! There’s so much happening in this book. As you remember when the last book ended, they all fled. Well, now we see the next plan. And it’s not smooth sailing.
It was beautiful watching Daniel, Seldon, and Caledon get closer. It made me so happy to see these three in love. We meet so many characters and we see ones we have come to adore. The story is growing and it’s also getting intense, dark, and emotional.
NO SPOILERS but I will say that there’s a part of this book that may be hard to read. No doubt you realized with the end of book three that war was coming. And it’s moments like what happen here that we realize a few things. No one is untouchable. What happens will tear at your heart but I swear the author makes it right. But there’s a moment, you’ll know it when you get there, and you’ll be thinking the same thing I was. “Daniel will rise and they will all be sorry.”
It didn’t end on a cliffhanger but it did end with you eager for book five. People need to pay, and there’s no getting out of a war.
Meraki has created an amazing world. He’s brought hatred into the light and the war of acceptance even more important to win than ever. I very much embraced this book and as silly as it sounds I’ve become attached to these characters and I want to see them win!
I’m ready for more.
Meraki is offering one winner either book 1 or 4 of The Cubi Series
and also the winner will receive Anchored In Stone.
This is book one in his Chronicles of an Earned series!
This contest will end on November 10th
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