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ARC Review: Civil Blood by Mark Gelineau & Joe King

Civil Blood*
Authors: Mark Gelineau & Joe King
Series: Best Left in the Shadows, #2
Genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy, Mystery
Release Date: Apr 15, 2016
Publisher: Gelineau and King
ISBN: 1944015132

Target Audience: Young Adults (YA)

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Characters: Alys, Dax Ellis, Keyburn, Cinderman, Magda, Marek Ellis, Pious Black, Brairthorn

Synopsis: One city. Two worlds.

The King of Aedaron reigns in splendor, while far below, in the streets and alleys of the underworld, a different kind of king emerges.

Alys and Dax have always been caught in the middle. Once they fought for love, and their worlds tore them apart. But now as they are forced back together, they must choose whether to fight once again.

But for what? And against whom?

In the world of Lowside, nothing is as it seems.

Even each other.

Review

Gelinaeu and King take readers once more to Lowside, where the gritty underbelly of Resa has been cast into  a state of upheavel when someone frames Alys to gain favor in the criminal underground. True to form, the second installment of the Best Left in the Shadows series brings to life the best and worst of its characters in a nonstop adventure of action and subterfuge. Kudos, Gentlemen! You did it again!

**This book was provided as an ARC in exchange for an honest review. **

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