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Book Review: The Boy (bk2) by Madhuri Blaylock

(I was sent this free ebook in exchange for an honest review)
Goodreads Summary: In THE GIRL, Madhuri Blaylock introduced readers to the world of The Sanctum, one corrupted by greed and savagery and hellbent on achieving a single goal: destroying the prophesied hybrid. When one of its most celebrated warriors questioned his allegiances, age-old secrets were unveiled and violence erupted. The journey becomes more perilous and intense as the trilogy surges forward with THE BOY.

Can you cross the plains of death, collect every piece of your soul and make it back to the land of the living?

And if you complete the journey, will your loved ones welcome your return?

The Ramyan have been answering such questions since the creation of The Sanctum. A mysterious sect of Magicals, haunting the blank spaces of time and memory, they serve no one but themselves and their higher purpose. They exist on a plane removed from earthly matters, shifting easily between the living and the dead, moving in time to the beat of their own drummer. 

At least they did. 

Dev and Wyatt change all of that when the prophesied hybrid lands on the steps of Rinshun Palace, seeking help for the wounded Class A Warrior. That decision alters lives and sets old agendas back on course. But at what cost to Dev and Wyatt? And does that really even matter?
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This review is long overdue but it is finally here!! I think that I will love anything that comes from this author because it was so freaking good!!!! If you haven't read the first book then STOP and Click Here

Now if you have lets fangirl together :).

The Boy picks up right after the ending of The Girl. Everything has changed and sides has to be chosen. The whole clan's lives are changed. That is all I'm going to say on that note. I don't want to give the cliffhanger away. 

 The Girl (bk1) set the second book up really nice and I was happy for that. It helps you understand it better. In this part of the story I was able to understand and connect with the secondary characters from the first one. We got more of Darby whom I love. I think me and her could be best friends (minus the fangs lol). I like Jools a lot more in the second one than I did in the first book. She is maturing and I like that about her. She now has responsibilities as the head of the New York Branch. 

To me this one had more action in it and some backstabbing going on. It was all nonstop. From the first page all the way to the end was engaging and kept me on the edge of my seat. I love being sucked into the Sanctum world and how the author was able to create it amazes me. The writing style and plot was great. All of the characters are unique and how it all comes together just puts one big smile on my face 8D.  

I can't wait to get my hands on the next one in the series!!

Rating 5Stars
Recommend? YES!

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