Book Spotlight: Halls of Law

I have two books that I really need to write reviews on, so I’m writing a post on it and procrastinating! (The things that most bloggers/readers do so well!)

 

 

This series looks so interesting! With a main female lead named Kerida who works in the military, and has the lowest rank yet her rank still matters even when the man comes to test and see if she has a Talent. When it appears that she did have a Talent and suppressed it, she is swept away to go to the Halls of Law for the rest of her natural life.

I really don’t like the idea of the law system here and how it works, so I’m not sure how I’m going to feel about reading it. I hope it’s not what I’m thinking, where people get little to no free will in regards to certain laws. Like: this is how it is so this is how it must be therefore you have no recourse or can’t do a thing about it kind of thing and that just infuriates me. Usually I don’t mind if it’s something that makes sense and is for the good of everyone (like not polluting Earth, people still do it, but most know it shouldn’t be done and some even get fined for it) but if it’s for something else, I really don’t know. We’ll see how this turns out.

Also, may I just say how cool is the name “Kerida”? I love how it rolls right off the tongue like that, such a simple yet unique name!

I’ve already started book one, and I’m about five chapters in. I’m really liking the characters, and the world-building is really showing promise too. I should have a review for this within the week, if not sooner!

Until next time,

-Pass Me That Book.

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