Genre: Ya Dystophian/Sci-fi
Evanescent (Broken #2)
Her fall has just begun. Only his touch can save her from the shift that could destroy it all.
Within my blood runs a thing our kind calls the Shadowing Disease. It shadows over, and bends everything to its will. When the first blood- shift came, it tore through flesh and blood, threatening to bend me, break bone, shatter my mind and entrap my heart with its honeyed, seductive poison. It came with vicious intent, moving my thoughts and altering me forever. The shift has caused a rift within me. No one was safe when it entrapped me in its claws of foul lust. But I have the only antidote against the evil that becomes me – his touch alone has the power to release the spurs of sweet darkness that clung on for dear life. I knew what I had to do; the desperation pulled my mind with the deep determination of a hungry predator. By the time the revelation raised me from the dark dungeon of my bounds – it might have been too late.
Carlyle Labuschagne is a South African Debut Author working her way into the hearts of international readers with her First Young Adult Dystopian Novel “The Broken Destiny. She is not only an author but works as a Sales Rep and Marketing Manager by day. She holds a diploma in creative writing through the writing school at Collage SA. Loves to swim, fights for the trees, food lover who is driven by her passion for life. Carlyle writes for IU e-magazine India, an inspirational non-profit magazine that aims at inspiring the world through words. The drive behind her author career is healing through words. Carlyle is also the founder of the first annual book drive – Help build a library in Africa project.
“My goal as an Author is to touch people’s lives and help others love their differences and one another.”
A firm believer in – YA saves!
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I’ve read The Broken Destiny, and when I saw Evanescent, book two of The Broken Series, I bought one to see what Carlyle did with the next part. I have to admit, I liked this one a lot. It started with action, and carried on page after page with exciting plots and twists. There were times that I was completely bowled over by a twist I’ve never seen coming.
Carlyle even gave us a couple of chapters through Troy’s point of view and through Maya’s. It was really a fun read and I would recommend this to everyone that likes Dystophian Fantasy.
Good luck with your novel Carlyle, and congrats on the best Sci-fi award.