Forget prophecy. Make your own destiny.Sheltered from the outside world with no hope for escape, slave girl Reychel dreads her fifteenth birthday - when her master's symbol is burned on the back of her bald scalp. Her best friend disappears the night before, leaving her to face the branding... show more
Forget prophecy. Make your own destiny.Sheltered from the outside world with no hope for escape, slave girl Reychel dreads her fifteenth birthday - when her master's symbol is burned on the back of her bald scalp. Her best friend disappears the night before, leaving her to face the branding ceremony alone. She soon discovers nothing is as it seems when people desperate for freedom beg for Reychel's help.Can Reychel learn to believe in herself?Other Books by Megg:The Song of Eloh Saga:The Initiate, Book 1 - a novelette bridging the Cloud Prophet Trilogy and The Swarm TrilogyCloud Prophet Trilogy:Anathema, Book 2Oubliette, Book 3Severed, Book 4The Swarm Trilogy:Sleepers, Book 5Afterlife, Book 6The Sundering, Book 7
Publish date: February 4th 2011
Publisher: DarkSide Publishing
Pages no: 208
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Paranormal Romance
, Young Adult Fantasy
Series: Cloud Prophet Trilogy (#1)
I got this book as a free download on Amazon. In exchange, I offer the author this, my honest review.A fifteenth birthday should be special, but for Reychel, what makes it special is that she is to be branded as the slave that she is. Awakening bright and early, first to have her head shaved (as sla...
Anathema by Megg Jensen is the story of a slave girl, Reychel, who has only been allowed to see the sky a handful of times, because her master knows her secret, and when she escapes she finds much more than her freedom; she finds her destiny I grabbed Anathema off of the Kindle store when it was fre...
2.5 stars. The start was very promising. But after the scene with Ivy, I lost the interest in the plot.
Great paranormal read. Awesome characters. Phenomenal twists you don't see coming. Looking forward to reading the next one!
Reychel has always lived in the castle as the king’s slave, but even among all the other slaves she is treated differently. She is the only one granted brief audiences with the king and while others may whisper of the inappropriateness of the king meeting alone with a slave, it is really quite innoc...