Vardaesia Book Review

Vardaesia is the final book in the Medoran Cheonicles by Lynette Noni.

BLURB

In the wake of loss and devastation, Alex must cast aside her grief to seek aid from those who banished the Meyarins long ago. But the proud Tia Aurans care little for the woes of morals and demands that Alex- and her friends- undergo the Gates of Testing to prove their world is worth saving.

With an ancient prophecy looming, Alex must confront the secrets of her past if she is to survive long enough to see the future. For if she returns to Medora with the Tia Aurans by her , all hope will be lost.

The fate of Medora hangs in the balance as Alex readies herself to face Aven one final time.

Who will survive, and who will fall?

REVIEW

After hearing about the Tia Aurans in previous books, I was thrilled that part of the story took place in that realm.

Most of the book is spent in Tia Aurans as the group face challenges that seem to target and challenge Alex the most. I loved that through the tests, everything was brought out into the open and there was no secrets.

You could see Alex’s character grow as she was constantly struggling between doing what is right and what is wrong as well as the emotions she is dealing with from what happened.

Alex develops so many deep bonds with her friends and it was difficult for her after loosing Niyx. I love how important her friendships are as she turns to them for assistance and advice as she face Aven.

This book made me very emotional as well as being heart warming and it ended perfectly. Lynette Noni and made a very rich world that I can’t wait to visit again.

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