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Pieces of Eight ❮Reading❯ ➽ Pieces of Eight ➶ Author Melissa Wright – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Pieces of Eight continues Freya s story in her quest to regain her true selfFrey book one When hapless Elfreda searches for answers about a mysterious stranger, she stumbles across a dark past Her obs Pieces of Eight continues Freya s story in her quest to regain her true selfFrey book one When hapless Elfreda searches for answers about a mysterious stranger, she stumbles across a dark past Her obsession drives her Pieces of PDF \ to seemingly harmless ends, sneaking into council to discover his lineage, borrowing a few pagesuntil she s caught As she s faced with trial, the injustices and tragedies of her life tumble over her like boulders and she breaks, finding herself running from all she s ever known with the stranger who began the avalanchePieces of Eight book two After revealing her own dark past, Frey is forced to join with a group of strangers whose pasts seem to intertwine with her own She struggles to regain her memories, her full power, only to find there is danger on the other side And now, there is no turning back.


10 thoughts on “Pieces of Eight

  1. R.K. Ryals R.K. Ryals says:

    The sequel to Frey was an amazing read The characters were brilliant My particular favorite is chevelle, our male hero He was perfect Mysterious, hard to reach but who seemed willing to sacrifice everything, who was willing to stick with Frey no matter the pain to himself His sacrifice was enough to make you forgive him for his surliness and his stand offishness Spoiler alert The only issue I had with the sequel was the aggrivation you feel for Frey because she is continually kept in the The sequel to Frey was an amazing read The characters were brilliant My particular favorite is chevelle, our male hero He was perfect Mysterious, hard to reach but who seemed willing to sacrifice everything, who was willing to stick with Frey no matter the pain to himself His sacrifice was enough to make you forgive him for his surliness and his stand offishness Spoiler alert The only issue I had with the sequel was the aggrivation you feel for Frey because she is continually kept in the dark, mainly because when something big is revealed to her she shuts down and blacks out for periods of time But, even this begins to lend to the story At first, I couldn t help but wonder if Frey is weak and even asked myself why anyone would risk their life for a weak ruler But then you begin to see the brilliance in this strategy In my opinion, Frey blacks out, not because she is weak but because she is bound And the fact that she survives this binding without going insane unlike her aunt shows she is stronger than any of the other characters and no matter how frustrating it is to see her kept in the dark, it s important to the story No one wants to overwhelm her and risk damaging the leader they know she is This also makes the love story incredibly strong While reading, I kept yelling at chevelle, why don t you tell her the truth about your past together But then it hit me 1 He is falling in love with this other side of Frey, the frail side And 2 Who wants to tell someone hey, just so you know, you re in love with me He wants her to discover that on her own In the end, this deepens their love beyond the extraordinary 1 Because he stayed beside the new Frey and protected herAnd2 He was able to love the person she would become when she recovered her memories How beautiful is that Everything she went through made her arounded person, eliminating prejudices and making her a better ruler, and it allowed her to fall in love twice with a man who ended up with a better woman I love this book I hope this isn t the end of chevelle and frey s story I am now invested in their lives Melissa Wright is an example of why Indie books, while some can be poorly written, can be an extraordinary work of art for the right kind of writer What I especially love is that this book was great even without the luxury of an editor Publishers, where are you


  2. Diana Diana says:

    This book was better than the first but not by far I felt like the scenes were redundant, Fray and the others traveling by horse, camping, and Fray blacking out It was so annoying to constantly be left in the dark about what was going on At the very end your finally clued in to some of what is going on but your still left with lots of questions.


  3. Cocktails and Books Cocktails and Books says:

    If you read Frey, you probably wondered like the rest of us what exactly was going on with Frey Why was her magic bound Who were these ragtag group of elves and half breeds willing to help her I m happy to say, with Pieces of Eight we get a lot of information as to how Frey ended up in the state she s in.As Frey s memory continues to come back in pieces, she s still plagued with blackouts, which also tend to happen after a new revelation about the past is given to her So as she deals with If you read Frey, you probably wondered like the rest of us what exactly was going on with Frey Why was her magic bound Who were these ragtag group of elves and half breeds willing to help her I m happy to say, with Pieces of Eight we get a lot of information as to how Frey ended up in the state she s in.As Frey s memory continues to come back in pieces, she s still plagued with blackouts, which also tend to happen after a new revelation about the past is given to her So as she deals with the blackouts, she also must deal with the fact that pertinent information about what is happening with the Council and her crazy Aunt is being withheld from her.If dealing with all that weren t enough, Frey also discovers the history between herself and Chevelle And while that discovery helps her understand the feelings she has for him, it also gives her some insight into the struggles he faces and he comes to grips with the fact that she doesn t remember anything about them.While a shorter read that Frey, this wasenjoyable because we hadinformation about what was happening and why and exactly what that meant to Frey While the ending closed out many of the questions I had from the first book, it does leave it open for the author close out the trilogy with how the Northern lands move forward after the fall out in Pieces of Eight


  4. Dan Wheeler Dan Wheeler says:

    I had a hard time following what was going on in this story.It was not clear what the issue s where and characters appeared in the story without any explanation.I like the first one so I m hoping the 3rd one is better.


  5. Mary Holbert Mary Holbert says:

    Again with the blackouts and coddling Wanted to like this series but can t get past the whining about her weaknesses.


  6. Andy Andy says:

    This was a terrible book Literally half the book was spent wandering pointlessly in the woods before deciding to go back home.


  7. Laura Laura says:

    This was ok Probably better than the first but just as frustrating There were just so many things that were so vague and a lot of useless traveling and camping and it all seemed like filler, although by the end finallywas revealed.


  8. TheCosyDragon TheCosyDragon says:

    This review has been crossposted from my blog at The Cosy Dragon Please head there forin depth reviews by me, which appear on a timely schedule.Frey is still an outcast Struggling to regain memories and being assaulted with blackouts here and there, she can t hope to help in the fight against the council members that bound her.It felt like nothing happened in this novel for the first 40% or so They journeyed out, it got too dangerous, and they returned to the castle Much of this novel This review has been crossposted from my blog at The Cosy Dragon Please head there forin depth reviews by me, which appear on a timely schedule.Frey is still an outcast Struggling to regain memories and being assaulted with blackouts here and there, she can t hope to help in the fight against the council members that bound her.It felt like nothing happened in this novel for the first 40% or so They journeyed out, it got too dangerous, and they returned to the castle Much of this novel s plot is in the character development, and the rediscovery of Frey s memories The final moments, just as in the first book in this series see yesterday s post for a review , are the most thrilling.The quick plot point of Molly seems relevant because of the next book in this series, simply titled Molly It s one of those 2.5 instalments which I ve never really had much to do with before Hopefully it s a good one.Something I would have liked to see a bitof would be some foreshadowing The reader finds things out at the same pace that Frey does, and I would have liked to have a bitover Frey The journal is a good thing, but I feel like including that just for the reader in the beginning, then letting Frey find out slowly would have providedsuspense.The character development of Frey and even Fannie is good I did like Frey, even if she didn t seem very bright at times It was slightly frustrating that she didn t want to train She needed to be able to protect herself But then again, I m not sure I would want to train with Ruby either.The PDF form of this novel was so much better than the one previously The print was large enough for me to read comfortably and I didn t squint.I d recommend this for teens, as I don t think it has enough depth for adults A decent enough fantasy I suppose Take it or leave it either way in my opinion


  9. Adrian Adrian says:

    After reading the second book of this series, I still feel as though the characters are a bit flat I was hoping they would be fleshed out a bit I still like the concept of the book I like that she gradually remembers things through dreams but it s still really frustrating to have so many questions about what is going on, what their goal is, why they are protecting Frey A got some answers at the very very end of the book but it seemed like too little too late It s frustrating that any time s After reading the second book of this series, I still feel as though the characters are a bit flat I was hoping they would be fleshed out a bit I still like the concept of the book I like that she gradually remembers things through dreams but it s still really frustrating to have so many questions about what is going on, what their goal is, why they are protecting Frey A got some answers at the very very end of the book but it seemed like too little too late It s frustrating that any time someone starts to try to explain anything important to Frey, she blacks out Also, the climax was a bit anticlimactic I am a bit interested to see how everything works out I m a bit interested to see what happens next But not enough to buy the next book


  10. Danielle Smiley Danielle Smiley says:

    Take all the crazy awesomeness of book 1, toss in lots of answers to all the mystery of book 1, throw in a millionquestions, mysteries and unclear motives and you d begin to understand what you have in Pieces of Eight.Holy cow, people I didn t think Melissa Wright could possibly add any wonderful intrigue and complexity to Frey s life, and I was so freakin wrong Yay for being wrong To be succinct yes, a rarity I know , Pieces of Eight is just action,mystery,Take all the crazy awesomeness of book 1, toss in lots of answers to all the mystery of book 1, throw in a millionquestions, mysteries and unclear motives and you d begin to understand what you have in Pieces of Eight.Holy cow, people I didn t think Melissa Wright could possibly add any wonderful intrigue and complexity to Frey s life, and I was so freakin wrong Yay for being wrong To be succinct yes, a rarity I know , Pieces of Eight is just action,mystery,suspicion, and definitelyheated chemistry Seeof my reviews on my blog, Known to Read


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10 thoughts on “Pieces of Eight

  1. R.K. Ryals R.K. Ryals says:

    The sequel to Frey was an amazing read The characters were brilliant My particular favorite is chevelle, our male hero He was perfect Mysterious, hard to reach but who seemed willing to sacrifice everything, who was willing to stick with Frey no matter the pain to himself His sacrifice was enough to make you forgive him for his surliness and his stand offishness Spoiler alert The only issue I had with the sequel was the aggrivation you feel for Frey because she is continually kept in the The sequel to Frey was an amazing read The characters were brilliant My particular favorite is chevelle, our male hero He was perfect Mysterious, hard to reach but who seemed willing to sacrifice everything, who was willing to stick with Frey no matter the pain to himself His sacrifice was enough to make you forgive him for his surliness and his stand offishness Spoiler alert The only issue I had with the sequel was the aggrivation you feel for Frey because she is continually kept in the dark, mainly because when something big is revealed to her she shuts down and blacks out for periods of time But, even this begins to lend to the story At first, I couldn t help but wonder if Frey is weak and even asked myself why anyone would risk their life for a weak ruler But then you begin to see the brilliance in this strategy In my opinion, Frey blacks out, not because she is weak but because she is bound And the fact that she survives this binding without going insane unlike her aunt shows she is stronger than any of the other characters and no matter how frustrating it is to see her kept in the dark, it s important to the story No one wants to overwhelm her and risk damaging the leader they know she is This also makes the love story incredibly strong While reading, I kept yelling at chevelle, why don t you tell her the truth about your past together But then it hit me 1 He is falling in love with this other side of Frey, the frail side And 2 Who wants to tell someone hey, just so you know, you re in love with me He wants her to discover that on her own In the end, this deepens their love beyond the extraordinary 1 Because he stayed beside the new Frey and protected herAnd2 He was able to love the person she would become when she recovered her memories How beautiful is that Everything she went through made her arounded person, eliminating prejudices and making her a better ruler, and it allowed her to fall in love twice with a man who ended up with a better woman I love this book I hope this isn t the end of chevelle and frey s story I am now invested in their lives Melissa Wright is an example of why Indie books, while some can be poorly written, can be an extraordinary work of art for the right kind of writer What I especially love is that this book was great even without the luxury of an editor Publishers, where are you

  2. Diana Diana says:

    This book was better than the first but not by far I felt like the scenes were redundant, Fray and the others traveling by horse, camping, and Fray blacking out It was so annoying to constantly be left in the dark about what was going on At the very end your finally clued in to some of what is going on but your still left with lots of questions.

  3. Cocktails and Books Cocktails and Books says:

    If you read Frey, you probably wondered like the rest of us what exactly was going on with Frey Why was her magic bound Who were these ragtag group of elves and half breeds willing to help her I m happy to say, with Pieces of Eight we get a lot of information as to how Frey ended up in the state she s in.As Frey s memory continues to come back in pieces, she s still plagued with blackouts, which also tend to happen after a new revelation about the past is given to her So as she deals with If you read Frey, you probably wondered like the rest of us what exactly was going on with Frey Why was her magic bound Who were these ragtag group of elves and half breeds willing to help her I m happy to say, with Pieces of Eight we get a lot of information as to how Frey ended up in the state she s in.As Frey s memory continues to come back in pieces, she s still plagued with blackouts, which also tend to happen after a new revelation about the past is given to her So as she deals with the blackouts, she also must deal with the fact that pertinent information about what is happening with the Council and her crazy Aunt is being withheld from her.If dealing with all that weren t enough, Frey also discovers the history between herself and Chevelle And while that discovery helps her understand the feelings she has for him, it also gives her some insight into the struggles he faces and he comes to grips with the fact that she doesn t remember anything about them.While a shorter read that Frey, this wasenjoyable because we hadinformation about what was happening and why and exactly what that meant to Frey While the ending closed out many of the questions I had from the first book, it does leave it open for the author close out the trilogy with how the Northern lands move forward after the fall out in Pieces of Eight

  4. Dan Wheeler Dan Wheeler says:

    I had a hard time following what was going on in this story.It was not clear what the issue s where and characters appeared in the story without any explanation.I like the first one so I m hoping the 3rd one is better.

  5. Mary Holbert Mary Holbert says:

    Again with the blackouts and coddling Wanted to like this series but can t get past the whining about her weaknesses.

  6. Andy Andy says:

    This was a terrible book Literally half the book was spent wandering pointlessly in the woods before deciding to go back home.

  7. Laura Laura says:

    This was ok Probably better than the first but just as frustrating There were just so many things that were so vague and a lot of useless traveling and camping and it all seemed like filler, although by the end finallywas revealed.

  8. TheCosyDragon TheCosyDragon says:

    This review has been crossposted from my blog at The Cosy Dragon Please head there forin depth reviews by me, which appear on a timely schedule.Frey is still an outcast Struggling to regain memories and being assaulted with blackouts here and there, she can t hope to help in the fight against the council members that bound her.It felt like nothing happened in this novel for the first 40% or so They journeyed out, it got too dangerous, and they returned to the castle Much of this novel This review has been crossposted from my blog at The Cosy Dragon Please head there forin depth reviews by me, which appear on a timely schedule.Frey is still an outcast Struggling to regain memories and being assaulted with blackouts here and there, she can t hope to help in the fight against the council members that bound her.It felt like nothing happened in this novel for the first 40% or so They journeyed out, it got too dangerous, and they returned to the castle Much of this novel s plot is in the character development, and the rediscovery of Frey s memories The final moments, just as in the first book in this series see yesterday s post for a review , are the most thrilling.The quick plot point of Molly seems relevant because of the next book in this series, simply titled Molly It s one of those 2.5 instalments which I ve never really had much to do with before Hopefully it s a good one.Something I would have liked to see a bitof would be some foreshadowing The reader finds things out at the same pace that Frey does, and I would have liked to have a bitover Frey The journal is a good thing, but I feel like including that just for the reader in the beginning, then letting Frey find out slowly would have providedsuspense.The character development of Frey and even Fannie is good I did like Frey, even if she didn t seem very bright at times It was slightly frustrating that she didn t want to train She needed to be able to protect herself But then again, I m not sure I would want to train with Ruby either.The PDF form of this novel was so much better than the one previously The print was large enough for me to read comfortably and I didn t squint.I d recommend this for teens, as I don t think it has enough depth for adults A decent enough fantasy I suppose Take it or leave it either way in my opinion

  9. Adrian Adrian says:

    After reading the second book of this series, I still feel as though the characters are a bit flat I was hoping they would be fleshed out a bit I still like the concept of the book I like that she gradually remembers things through dreams but it s still really frustrating to have so many questions about what is going on, what their goal is, why they are protecting Frey A got some answers at the very very end of the book but it seemed like too little too late It s frustrating that any time s After reading the second book of this series, I still feel as though the characters are a bit flat I was hoping they would be fleshed out a bit I still like the concept of the book I like that she gradually remembers things through dreams but it s still really frustrating to have so many questions about what is going on, what their goal is, why they are protecting Frey A got some answers at the very very end of the book but it seemed like too little too late It s frustrating that any time someone starts to try to explain anything important to Frey, she blacks out Also, the climax was a bit anticlimactic I am a bit interested to see how everything works out I m a bit interested to see what happens next But not enough to buy the next book

  10. Danielle Smiley Danielle Smiley says:

    Take all the crazy awesomeness of book 1, toss in lots of answers to all the mystery of book 1, throw in a millionquestions, mysteries and unclear motives and you d begin to understand what you have in Pieces of Eight.Holy cow, people I didn t think Melissa Wright could possibly add any wonderful intrigue and complexity to Frey s life, and I was so freakin wrong Yay for being wrong To be succinct yes, a rarity I know , Pieces of Eight is just action,mystery,Take all the crazy awesomeness of book 1, toss in lots of answers to all the mystery of book 1, throw in a millionquestions, mysteries and unclear motives and you d begin to understand what you have in Pieces of Eight.Holy cow, people I didn t think Melissa Wright could possibly add any wonderful intrigue and complexity to Frey s life, and I was so freakin wrong Yay for being wrong To be succinct yes, a rarity I know , Pieces of Eight is just action,mystery,suspicion, and definitelyheated chemistry Seeof my reviews on my blog, Known to Read

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