Namesake

(Fable #2)

“We were salt and sand and sea and storm”

Would you rather be a pirate or a merchant that can never set foot on the sea?

High seas adventure filled with found family, plot twists and emotion.

Okay, so we all know I absolutely adored Fable. And this ending was just everything!!! @adrienneyoungbooks has made my heart so happy with this perfect ending.

This story continues exactly where that epic cliffhanger left off, and boy was it worth the wait. Questions were answered, fights were thought and epic plot twists brought this epic conclusion to one of my top reads for the year.

Young has a talent for descriptive language. You can see yourself at helm of one of her majestic ships, looking down into the beautiful ocean. Never overly done, and yet so moving everytime.

This book is well paced, I managed to blaze through it in less than a day. And I definitely encourage any lover of high seas adventures to read this duology.

🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

About this book:

Welcome to a world made dangerous by the sea and by those who wish to profit from it. Where a young girl must find her place and her family while trying to survive in a world built for men.

With the Marigold ship free of her father, Fable and the rest of the crew were set to start over. That freedom is short-lived when Fable becomes a pawn in a notorious thug’s scheme. In order to get to her intended destination, she must help him to secure a partnership with Holland, a powerful gem trader who is more than she seems.

As Fable descends deeper into a world of betrayal and deception, she learns that the secrets her mother took to her grave are now putting the people Fable cares about in danger. If Fable is going to save them, then she must risk everything—including the boy she loves and the home she has finally found.

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