Blood Healing

K.J. Colt

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Blood Healing

Blood Healing Banished to the healer city of Meligna fourteen year old Adenine must adapt to the strange customs and fickle personalities of its citizens The Queens have but one goal to create a perfect city But w

  • Title: Blood Healing
  • Author: K.J. Colt
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 410
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Banished to the healer city of Meligna, fourteen year old Adenine must adapt to the strange customs and fickle personalities of its citizens The Queens have but one goal to create a perfect city But when Adenine pulls at the loose threads that bind the city together, what she unravels shocks and angers her The populace is brainwashed and delusional When Jemely, her loBanished to the healer city of Meligna, fourteen year old Adenine must adapt to the strange customs and fickle personalities of its citizens The Queens have but one goal to create a perfect city But when Adenine pulls at the loose threads that bind the city together, what she unravels shocks and angers her The populace is brainwashed and delusional When Jemely, her loyal friend, becomes a victim, Adenine takes a stand against the Queens But Adenine has no power, and her strong ideals injure the few friends she has When she stumbles upon the Queens most shocking secret, she risks everything to save the lives of those she loves.

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    1. Tom on said:

      Blood Healing, the second installment in K. J. Colt’s “Healers of Meligna” series, is a strong sequel in the story of Adenine and her fight against the Healer Queens. In many ways, this book is a marked improvement over its predecessor; Adenine takes on a more active role in her subversion of the Healer Queens’ dominance, and the cast of characters expands to include nascent love interests, uncertain allies, and the enigmatic Queens, the self-proclaimed rulers of Meligna.In Blood Healing [...]

    2. J.L. Dobias on said:

      Blood Healing(The Healers of Meligna, Book2)by K.J. ColtI received this in ARC form from the author and read it immediately and should probably have had this review posted much earlier.I was busy waiting for other events of my own to unfold on my end and then became distracted, which might have been to some benefit. As it was I was distracted into reading The Memoirs of Jacques Casanova which has some parallels to issues I struggled with in these two books of K.J. Colt's. These books are a bit o [...]

    3. Lea on said:

      Just as enthralling as the first book, I couldn't put it down and read it in 2 days!

    4. eLPy on said:

      Blood Healing, by K.J. Colt4/5 StarsAfter reading the first installment in this series, Concealed Power, I looked forward to getting to part two. For the most part this sequel did not let me down, it was entertaining and intriguing. Blood Healing by K.J. Colt is the second in her Healers of Meligna series. This rather unique series follows a young teen girl as she discovers the true nature of the gift she was born with and the restrictions placed on her and others like her by those who seek to c [...]

    5. Jessica on said:

      This book was too icky for me to like. It was ok. I love the concepts of what a society would be like if people had to sacrifice themselves in order to heal others, (in this case, certain women can heal men by sleeping with them), the power politics, the roles of men and women. But the constant themes of rape and child molestation were not good and I ended up skimming a good portion of the book. Also because it was such a slow moving book, I kept skimming to see if something would happen.Likes: [...]

    6. Heather on said:

      Blood Healing, book two of The Healers of Meligna, delves into the intrigue and insanity of the Queen’s court. Adenine is placed in the inner circle of the court with the favored Healers and is faced with her first love, discrimination for her birthplace, and the truly wicked plans the Queens have for Meligna, its people, and the surrounding countries. The story is woven flawlessly and Ms. Colt continues an insanely fun and multi-plotted fantasy series. Adenine is an amazingly plucky and real [...]

    7. Alli Treman on said:

      I should note that I received this from the author in exchange for an honest review.Blood Healing arrived soon after I finished the first installment, Concealed Power, and I was fast to devour it. (Not so fast on writing the review, unfortunately.) It was a very satisfying sequel. I'd been interested to read what would happen to Adenine in the city of healers, and Colt did not disappoint. It managed to have a solid plot, which is often lacking in second installments. It could even be read stand [...]

    8. Bill Thibadeau on said:

      I read the first book in the series, Concealed Power, and was impressed enough to then read Blood Healing. I am not really a fantasy genre reader because I don't care for all the magic and spells that are rife in the fantasy books I have read. However, K.J. Colt has really made me reconsider this genre.Ms Colt has written a very well crafted story with excellent strong characters. I am personally extremely impressed with the writing style. This book is a definite 5 star story set in an an altern [...]

    9. Shawn on said:

      I started this book, right after I finished Book 1. I wish that I had seen the Box set, I could have saved myself some money, BUT with that said, I find it worth every penny! So far, this is my favorite book of the series, mind you I am only 3 books in now, but this one had me wanting to keep reading, not work, not do anything but read. Adenine is amazing, I love how she's grown in just 1 book. Not that she had much choice. I love how in this book there was more action, and decisions, and even a [...]

    10. Verity Brown on said:

      Much better than your average second-in-a-trilogy. Adenine's experiences in Meligna move a lot quicker than the events in the first book. Between that and the fact that just about every person Adenine meets has both public and hidden (and sometimes shifting!) motivations, at times I felt like I was getting whiplash trying to follow what was going on. But I appreciated that the author wasn't afraid to present a socialist/communist society--run by women, no less--that is rotten to the core. The ma [...]

    11. Melissa on said:

      This is the second book of a series, but it doesn't fall short where other second books do. I found myself just as engrossed and excited as I was with the first book. With the setting change in this book from the first, it opens a whole other world that the author creates. Through the plots twists and turns you see the characters grow. I am excited to see where book 3 takes us.

    12. Heather on said:

      Even better than the first book. It moves at a much faster pace. I was a little concerned that with the way healers healed people the book might turn into something I didn't want to be reading. However, that's not the case. There is one sex scene, and some mature dialogue. Not something for a younger audience

    13. Delphia L. Slover on said:

      Blood Healing (The Healers of Meligna Book 2)Adenine really matured in book 2 and much to my surprise became a leader. I'm looking forward to reading the next book and learning about some of the newer characters that were introduced near the end of Blood Healing.

    14. Charlene on said:

      Well I'm not sure what to sayThe story was almost good, the writing was almost good, the price was almost acceptable. Just not good enough. I won't waste my resources on finishing.

    15. Erica McKay on said:

      Very intriguing!After reading the first book of the series, I automatically wanted to dive into the second. The storyline is very well thought out and keeps your interest in what's to come.

    16. DONALD RATHJEN on said:

      Great story, can't wait for the next one to get here.Second book as good as the first. I am looking forward to the next one. I also will read the others.

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