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Saturday, March 2, 2019

The Deepest Blue by Sarah Beth Durst


This is a follow up to the Renthia Trilogy.   This takes place on the same world but instead of forests the setting is on islands.   Mayara is a diver.  She dives into the sea and has a secret.  She is getting married when a storm interrupts her marriage.

Durst has created a wonderfully complex world.  She has done an excellent job crafting characters who are both human and heroic.  It was interesting how she pulled Garnah into this book from the trilogy, an amoral character in a book of terribly moral characters certainly stands out. 

Durst is truly impressive with her colorful and lovable or hateful characters.  I found this story as wonderfully complex and compelling as her previous books.

I highly recommend. 

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