Review: Exodus by Kate Stewart

Can you live a lie?

It’s a ghost town, this place that haunts me, the one that made me.

It’s clear to me that I’ll never outgrow Triple Falls or outlive the time I spent here.

I can still feel them all, my boys of summer.

Even when I’d sensed the danger, I gave in.

I didn’t heed a single warning. I let my sickness, my love, both rule and ruin me. I played my part, eyes wide open, tempting fate until it delivered.

There was never going to be an escape.

All of us are to blame for what happened. All of us serving our own sentences. We were careless and reckless, thinking our youth made us indestructible, exempt from our sins, and it cost us all.

I’m done pretending I didn’t leave the largest part of me between these hills and valleys, between the sea of trees that hold my secrets.

It’s the reason I’m back. To make peace with my fate.

And if I can’t grieve enough to cure myself in my time here, I’ll remain sick. That will be my curse.

But it’s time to confess, to myself more so than any other, that I’d hindered my chances because of the way I was built, and because of the men who built me.

At this point, I just want to make peace with who I am, no matter what ending I get.

Because I can no longer live a lie.

Add to your GOODREADS TBR:

𝐅𝐥𝐨𝐜𝐤- (The Ravenhood #1)-⁣⁣

𝐄𝐱𝐨𝐝𝐮𝐬- (The Ravenhood Book #2)-⁣⁣

Can you keep a secret?

Exodus is the brilliant conclusion to the duet that has kept me hooked to my screen for the last day. I have followed Cecelia with a bated breath and Exodus gave a fitting conclusion to the story that started in Flock. Flock was the story I need to escape the mundane routine I have found myself in. It’s a chance to see whether Cecelia’s journey will give me the answers I crave and the hope I want for Cecelia.

Stewart provokes you in this story and Exodus is true to the genre. The suspense is what keeps you going and it best read blind as that leaves you mind and emotions clear of perspectives out there about this book. Make your own judgement.

This isn’t like many of the other dark romances out there. There something special and addicting about this duet. Stewart gave what readers want and much more. It’s hard to describe this book without referring to Flock which started this crazy journey. It’s definitely one of my favourite books of the year and I have to go through Stewart backlist now.

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