The Traitor's Crux (The Dark Powers, Book 1) by Jessica Prather

The Traitor's Crux (The Dark Powers, Book 1)

In a country ravaged by years of war, plague, and death, witches and wizards are blamed for the state of the world and hunted by the U.S. government. Kenadee Coria was only a young girl when her brother was taken prisoner for having magical powers. Now sixteen years old, Kenadee discovers she too has magical powers and must face the facts: the government is watching, and they have plans for her. She’s given a deadly mission and an impossible ul...


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TitleThe Traitor's Crux (The Dark Powers, Book 1)
Author
Release DateNov 14th, 2017
PublisherOftomes Publishing
LanguageEnglish
GenreFantasy, Young Adult
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Reviews The Traitor's Crux (The Dark Powers, Book 1)

  • Ben Alderson
    1970-01-01
    I am really excited to announce that Oftomes Publishing has signed this incredible debut novel.It is slated to release January 16th 2018... it may seem like a long way away... but it will come around quickly! This is PERFECT for fans of the Witch & Wizard series by James Patterson meets The Darkest Minds. It is incredibly well paced and action packed! OH AND BRYCE <3I am so excited to announce this! If you are reading this please add it to your s...
  • Christine Spoors
    1970-01-01
    This is such a fun and exciting debut novel. It's a really interesting mix of fantasy and dystopian and I flew through it! This book follows Kenadee, a girl who discovers that she has magic. In this alternate America there is an evil president (v relevant) who despises magic and the main character soon has a run in with the government. I won't say much about the plot, but it was full of twists and turns!Oddly I didn't always like the main charact...
  • Carey Blankenship
    1970-01-01
    I got the chance to read this lovely book before it came out, and, LET ME TELL YOU! This book is a fabulous read. If you're looking for a mix of The Darkest Minds meets The Hunger Games meets The Fifth Wave, then look no further! Let's define what works well for this book. I think it's the strongest element is the human nature. Truly I believe that these characters acted as real people will. Not to spoil anything, but, put under these pressures, ...
  • legenbooksdary
    1970-01-01
    Some of you guys know that I cannot resist a dystopian book and so I had to give this book a try. This is a book about fighting the resistance against a bad president that rules the country. Sounds a bit familiar with what's happening right now in the world, isn't it?Magic is a big part of this book and its great that the good guys have a major advantage from the bad guys who is the president and his army. Basically the whole story is about the p...
  • Paige
    1970-01-01
    Rating: 3/5Genre: YA Fantasy/DystopianRecommended Age: 14+ (some language, violence)I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.In a country ravaged by years of war, plague, and death, witches and wizards are blamed for the state of the world and hunted by the U.S. government. Kenadee Coria was only a young girl when her brother was taken prisoner for having magical powers.Now sixteen years old, K...
  • Brittany Smith
    1970-01-01
    I received this ebook in exchange for a fair and honest review, so I would like to thank first Oftomes for the opportunity.I won’t go through the synopsis again. From what I read it sounded like an excellent, original idea. The book combines two of my favourite themes: magic and dystopian worlds, so far I was in love!!As I read the books I could feel the pain and anguish of the characters. I started to put myself in their shoes and I was findin...
  • Noha Badawi
    1970-01-01
    Dear lord, i need book two like NOW ! Awesome debut, review to come tomorrow.
  • Kris
    1970-01-01
    This was soooo good!!! Definitely blends elements from different ideas perfectly. Witches, powers... Amazing! Can’t wait for the next one!!
  • Jess
    1970-01-01
    *I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Thanks to Oftomes Publishing*Kenadee Coria lives in a version of the United States that is divided into those with magic and those without. When Kenadee was young her brother was taken prisoner because he had powers.Years later, Kenadee discovers that she too has magic. The President himself intends to use these powers for his own gain.Torn between saving her family and going throu...
  • Amy Whittaker
    1970-01-01
    I received this book from OfTomes Publishing in exchange for an honest review.I'm a huge fan of dystopian novels, like Divergent and The Hunger Games so when I heard that The Traitors Crux was a mix of dystopia and magic I got very excited and knew that I'd love this book! This easy read transported us to a unique world filled with a great ensemble of characters and the occasional plot twist!When it came to our protagonist Kenadee, I didn't clic...
  • Ceres95
    1970-01-01
    Kenadee saw her father get killed, her brother get kidnapped, and since then with her mother they have been treated as plague victims. Only one family helped them and this one has just been murdered because they too had magical powers.Kenadee finds herself faced with a choice; she must infiltrate a group of refugees with magical powers and deliver them to the president if she wants to see her living brother again.The president has also just told ...
  • Catherine Furfaro
    1970-01-01
    Originally published on my blog: Witch Plus CatAs much as I try to get into the whole YA dystopian genre, I just can’t do it.Seriously, if the world turns to bat shit crazy (which seems like it is), find a sixteen-year-old girl, stick with her, because like every book in this genre, she is likely to save the world.I actually find it funny that it’s always the female teenagers that rise up against evil politics to save the world from damnation...
  • Melleny
    1970-01-01
    3.5 Stars***If you would like to see all my thoughts on this book, be sure to check out the review on my blog:www.abooktropolis01.blogspot.co.zaBut here is a snippet and overview of what I thought:Overal, I think that this series has potential. I also think that because this is the author's first book, she has done a good job and can only get better. There is definitely some places that could use development but at the end of the day, she has a g...
  • Ellen Vergauwen
    1970-01-01
    I received a free copy in exchange for review.This book isn't like anything I've read before. I absolutely loved the way this book was written, it was fun and easy to read and I finished it before I even realised the end was near (that's the problem with ebooks folks).It was a very unique story, at least it was to me, and maybe not something I'd have picked up myself if it wasn't for this review (and my blind trust in everything Benjamin recommen...
  • Tammy
    1970-01-01
    I liked the idea of a community of magical people being hidden from the big bad. In this case, the government who wants to use their powers for controlling people. I wasn't a fan of Kenadee. She kept making the same mistakes and expecting different outcomes. I liked Bryce but the relationship with Kenadee seemed to happen too quickly especially for her being an outsider. I was more interested and invested in Harlow. What action there was I enjoye...
  • Lois Carr
    1970-01-01
    I received an advance reading copy of The Traitor’s Crux in exchange for an honest review. I haven’t read many fantasy novels involving witches for a long time, practically since I read Harry Potter when I was younger...I was pleasantly surprised when The Traitor’s Crux turned out to have similarities. The magic and the concepts in this book were unique but it reminded me of Harry Potter in more of an atmospheric way. The battles in this bo...