Siren & The Sandcastle Empire : Mes deux dernières déceptions

Aujourd’hui on se retrouve pour un format de chronique un peu particulier ; en effet cet article ne contiendra pas une mais deux chroniques (donc plus courtes qu’habituellement) sur mes deux dernières lectures : Siren, le troisième tome de la série The Vinyl Trilogy de Sophia Elaine Hanson, et The Sandcastle Empire de Kayla Olson.

Je n’irai pas jusqu’à dire que j’ai détesté ces lectures, mais elles ont néanmoins été des déceptions pour moi.. Poursuivre la lecture de « Siren & The Sandcastle Empire : Mes deux dernières déceptions »

The Vinyl Trilogy, Tome 2 : Radio de Sophia Elaine Hanson

Synopsis

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After the traumatic events at the dreaded prison Red Bay, Ronja is hanging by a thread. Whispers trail her through the Belly, carrying rumors of her borderline supernatural voice. Plagued by nightmares and haunted by the memories of those she could not save, she clings to the promise that her gift will soon become the weapon of the Anthem.

When doubt and arrogance cloud the eyes of their once trusted commander, Ronja and her friends are forced to take matters into their own hands. Armed with little more than an idea, they strike out on their own to silence The Music and The Conductor once and for all. But time is running out, and a new threat is stirring within the walls of the city…

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The Vinyl Trilogy, Tome 1 : Vinyl de Sophia Elaine Hanson

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All citizens within the soaring black walls of Revinia have metal Singers grafted into their skulls at birth. The parasitic machines issue a form of auditory hypnosis called The Music, which keeps their minds malleable and emotions flat. All artistic expression—especially real music—is strictly prohibited.

On the edge of the city, nineteen year old Ronja struggles to support her cousins and disabled mother. A chance meeting leads to her kidnapping by an underground resistance striving to preserve the human spirit. Violently severed from her Singer by the brash young agent Roark, Ronja revels in her newfound freedom until the consequences of her disappearance begin to unfold.

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