The World Beyond the Walls: epic dystopian eco-fantasy (Natural Forces Book 3) by Jean Gill – Review by Kerry Carr

The World Beyond the WallsThe World Beyond the Walls by Jean Gill
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is the 3rd book in the Natural Forces series and wow what a book. It grips you and drives you right into the action from the first page so you really need to read them in order to understand the story.

The main character is Mielitta the Queen of the warrior bees. With her future in the forest protecting her bees she seems content until things start to change.

Her man inside the Citadel Kermon is at risk for being exposed as the traitor he is. When two of his students go through the wall and get lost he has to find them but things aren’t that straight forward. With evil forces working within the walls could this be a mission no one can win.

Also when Mielitta’s husband and friend also disappear through the wall she ends up on her own quest to save them returning the the Citadel.

Can everyone make it out of this story alive? Will we now learn the full story of Mielitta’s birth? And can Mielitta save her friends, her bees and teach the people of Citadel that perfection  isn’t the only way of living?

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