The Keeper (The Supremacy, #1.5) by Megan White (ARC Review by #NerdGirlKelly)

 The Keeper

Title: The Keeper (The Supremacy, #1.5)

Author: Megan White

Published Date: March 2015

Genre: Dystopian

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***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***

Synopsis

I was what I was because of a blood lust that stemmed back eons; a lust for power that was never ending and destroyed more nations than any one person could fathom.
Though Earth had always been our playground, we made it our home, and took it over in a swarm of black robes, empty promises, and even emptier hearts. My kind killed for the sake of killing. We ripped leaders to shreds just to watch them bleed. It was what we had always done, or at least that was what my father would have liked me to believe.

When his happy childhood was ripped away from him by a maniacal black widow and a father that was blinded by power and greed, Declan vowed to be the last face either of them saw before they took their final breaths.
Raised a killer, labeled the most ruthless Keeper, Declan was the best at what he did—what he was bred to do—but he wanted more. As the son of the cruelest leader the world had ever seen, Declan grew to know the pain and suffering of those unfortunate enough to be under his father’s rule.
He was The Keeper. He held the key to his father’s downfall, and in a world full of deception and intrigue, he was the puppet master.

***Author’s Note***
The Keeper is the companion novel to The Supremacy, and a reader request. The Keeper is The Supremacy from Declan’s POV, plus a little more.

 

***Contains Graphic Sex, Strong Language and Adult Situations. Not for young readers***
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***#NerdGirlKelly’s  Review***
Amazing companion to The Supremacy. This story is told from Declan’s point of view. For those of you that read the The Supremacy you are brought through Erin’s point of view and Declan and the rest of the Supremes are definitely the baddest of the bad guys. However, Declan has sacrificed so much to protect Erin and this plan to overthrow the Supremacy. Declan suffers in much the same way as Erin did only in different environments. The two are more alike than what is originally portrayed. I love the different twists and emotions that that are played out throughout the story. Declan can be a frustrating character, but in a good way. It makes you root for him and you want him to come out the good guy…He has his reasons for everything he does but what happens when your plan comes together? or not?

“There was no amount I could give to make up for the heinous acts I preformed, no penance to be given. I was a monster, just the same as my father.”

“Her fire was gone, replaced by the tired, broken whisper of a fallen angel, and it was my job to bring that fire back to life.”

“Because I made a wish on a star for the heavens to bring me an angel.” … “and they brought me you.”

To see this story unfold in Declan’s point of view is stunning. You get to see all angles. I wasn’t really fond of Declan in The Supremacy but I cannot wait for more from his point of view. I have fallen in love with Declan! And the cliffhanger at the end brings new meaning to being the keeper…Declan is the puppetmaster!

 

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