Disowned Book Review | Allegiance Blog Tour

January 14, 2018

This post is a book review on Disowned, Book 1 in the Allegiance series by Sarah Addison-Fox. I received a copy of the book in exchange for my honest opinion.

My first thoughts on the book were that it took me a while to actually get into it and enjoy it. 
At first I found it to be a bit all over the place but then I started to see the characters develop and as I the story line continued I began to enjoy it more. By the end of the book I didn’t want it to end.
While reading this book, it felt like I was going along on the journey with Celeste.
Celeste is the main character who is a slave that escaped into the neighboring country.
After her escape, the book was so intense and I just had to keep reading.

The family who takes Celeste in suffers a lot to help her get the freedom she deserves. The oldest brother in the family, Mick is a solider. He is sent home after he is shot early on in the book, I loved seeing his relationship with Celeste developed.  It reminded me of quick we judge people on their past but God can make us new, He sets us free.

I don’t want to give anything else away, so I’ll try keep it brief. 
Celeste’s bravery and determination to fight for her freedom inspired me to never give up and to work hard for what you believe in and that’s why I really enjoyed watching her character grow. She starts off hard and closed from all the hurt from her past but as the family cares for and loves her, you watch her soften and she is slowly becoming the person she is meant to be.

All in all I did enjoy this book and I recommend it to a teenager who loves intense, captivating books.

This book review is apart of the Blog Tour for this book, organised by Livy.

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