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Book review: The Prison Healer by Lynette Noni

| Gifted | YA fantasy |

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Prison Healer had my complete attention once I flipped the first page and saw Kiva’s code, I immediately went to translate the cover! I love the beautiful maps included, they are so detailed! Kiva has been a prisoner at Zalindov prison for 10 years, ever since she was captured as a child. She receives secret coded messages from her family, and hopes to one day be rescued. She learned how to survive by keeping her head low and eventually becoming the prison’s healer.

She is seen by the other prisoners’ as a traitor, since many who visit her infirmary do not survive, also because she is the prison’s carver, cutting into the skin of new arrivals to brand them with the prison’s mark.

 Don’t let her die. We are coming. 

I loved the other characters in the story! Specially Jaren and Tipp! Tipp is a spark of light in the darkness, and Jaren… well he is just amazing. The story reads with a very dark atmosphere that had my eyes glued to the pages! I loved the plot twists and specially that ending… I need the sequel asap!

You can check out more about the book and the author here.

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