Plague of Death (Anchoress Series Book 2) by D.L. Armillei – Review by Katrina Evanochko

Plague of Death (Anchoress, #2)Plague of Death by D.L. Armillei
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Book 2 in the Anchoress series picks up one year after the close of book 1. Van has spent the past year training for her role as protector of the Lodians, almost to the exclusion of anything else. It is understandable that she focuses so hard on this – it is something she has control over in her life, and there is not a lot of that… she isn’t allowed to date the person she loves, she has to deal with her nemesis Pernilla, and she hasn’t been allowed off-island to search for Daisy. Add to that the grief she is dealing with over the loss of her father, her stepmother has a new boyfriend, and the spirit guide she has is not as helpful as she would like. Van, unsurprisingly, is quite stubborn in this book, and it sometimes takes a lot for her to learn the lesson necessary for her to learn, such as why shutting off your emotions entirely is not a great idea. I was happy to see some growth from Paley in this book, Ferox is interesting, and I did not learn as much about Uxa as I had hoped. I am looking forward to seeing what happens in book 3!

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