Cast in Ruin (Chronicles of Elantra #7) by Michelle Sagara

About the Book: 

Seven corpses are discovered in the streets of a Dragon’s fief. All identical, down to their clothing. Kaylin Neya is assigned to discover who they were, who killed them – and why. Is the evil lurking at the borders of Elantra preparing to cross over? At least the investigation delays her meeting of the Dragon Emperor. And as the shadows grow longer over the fiefs, Kaylin must use every skill she’s ever learned to save the people she’s sworn to protect. Sword in hand, dragons in the sky, this time there’s no retreat and no surrender…

My Review.

Kaylin is called on another assignment and finds seven bodies. But the bodies are identical. Who killed them? Why? 

She knows about dragons and is constantly learning more. I am learning so much about them, too. 

I did like how hers and Diarmat’s characters evolved in this novel. The slow-burn romance with Severn was a great compliment to the action-packed fantasy world that is so well imagined and bought to life in the pages of this novel as it is in Cast in Wisdom. 

My second novel in the Chronicles of Elantra series and just as enjoyable as Cast in Wisdom.

I was randomly selected for this title as part of the Series Reread event hosted by Harlequin to celebrate the release of Michele’s new novel, Wolves of Elantra and would like to thank them for this opportunity to review my ARC in exchange for an honest and voluntary review. 

5 stars.

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I will also be taking part in a group review event for Wolves of Elantra, so look out for that on the 13th.

Can’t wait? Check out my review of Cast in Wisdom!

And, if you are wondering about the next book in the series, CAST IN PERIL, here are more detils about that: Cast in Peril.

Check out the other books in the reread!

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