Monday, July 20, 2015

Half Blood- Jaye L. Knight

Having read Resistance and King's Scrolls, I was super interested in Jace's back story. Half-Blood starts us with Jace at the age of six and takes us through until he is removed from slavery. If you are familiar with Jace's point of mind in Resistance, you know that he starts that book with a very low opinion of himself. In Half-Blood, instead of being like Resistance, where he gradually begins to see himself in a better light, we have the opposite, where he starts to see the worst of himself.

Half-Blood is not a light read. It is a story of the abuse Jace suffered before he came to be with the followers of the King. It is far from being a stand alone story, as it can only be appreciated after having experienced Resistance. However, it is well worth the read.


Tuesday, July 14
* Tour Introduction at Jaye L. Knight
* Review and Author Interview at 26 Countless Possibilites
* Review and Author Interview at Lianne Taimenlore
* Review and Author Interview at Crumpets 'n' Cream
* Review at Tialla's Tellings

Wednesday, July 15
* Review at The Destiny of One
* Book Spotlight at One Servant's Heart
* Review and Author Interview at Leah's Bookshelf
* Review and Author Interview at Red Lettering
* Review and Author Interview at Zerina Blossom's Books

Thursday, July 16
* Review and Author Interview at Sutori no Hana
* Review and Author Interview at Scattered Journal Pages
* Review and Author Interview at The Splendor Falls on Castle Walls
* Author Interview at A Writer's Faith
* Review and Author Interview at writinganyone

Friday, July 17
* Review and Author Interview at Written Rest
* Book Spotlight at Tell Tale Book Reviews
* Review and Author Interview at The Pen of a Ready Writer
* Review and Author Interview at Morgan Elizabeth Huneke
* Review at Poetree

Saturday, July 18
* Review at A Writer's Heart
* Review at Reality Calling
* Author Interview at The Art of Storytelling
* Book Spotlight at Thilly Little Nothings

Sunday, July 19
* Review at Through My Lens
* Review at Elvish Pens, Fantastical Writings
* Book Spotlight at Letters from Annie Douglass Lima
* Review at bookend

Monday, July 20
* Review at Pencils Can Change the World
* Review at Backing Books
* Review at Melody Jackson, Author
* Book Spotlight and Author Interview at In the Character's Shadow

Tuesday, July 21
* Review at A Vintage Girl in the Modern World
* Book Spotlight at However Improbable
 * Review at God's Peculiar Treasure Rae
* Review and Author Interview at Writings, Ramblings, and Reflections

Wednesday, July 22
* Review at To Be a Person
* Tour Conclusion at Jaye L. Knight

About the Book

The gasps and murmuring grew. Though some were hardly more than whispers, clear words reached
Jace’s ears—dangerous, monster, animal, soulless. He tried to back away from their accusing eyes, but the collar pulled hard against his throat and held him in place.

For all his years as a slave, Jace has known nothing but the hatred people hold for his mixed blood—one half human, the other half the blood of a race considered monsters. Always, he is the outsider and quickly learns it is better to keep to himself. But, when his volatile ryrik blood leads him to do the unthinkable, he is thrown into a world of violence and bloodshed.

Forced to become a gladiator, Jace finds more and more of his heart dying as his master works to break down his will not to become the monster everyone believes he is. When a stranger interferes with his master’s harsh punishment, Jace’s world is upended yet again. But with it comes the possibility of hope that has long since died. Could the man possibly hold the key to escaping the hopeless darkness that is Jace’s life? Is there such a thing as life beyond the cruelty of slavery?

See where Jace’s story all began . . .

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About the Author
Jaye L. Knight is an award-winning author, homeschool graduate, and shameless tea addict with a passion for Christian fantasy. Armed with an active imagination and love for adventure, Jaye weaves stories of truth, faith, and courage with the message that even in the deepest darkness, God’s love shines as a light to offer hope. She has been penning stories since the age of eight and resides in the Northwoods of Wisconsin.

You can connect with Jaye on her website, blog, Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Etsy, and on her new fiction forum where you can interact with other readers of the series.

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1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much for sharing your review and being part of the tour! :)