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The Continent The Continent By Keira Drake Will Be Available Mar , Preorder Your Copy Today Have We Really Come So Far, When A Tour Of The Continent Is So Desirable A Thing We Ve Traded Our Swords For Treaties, Our Daggers For Promises But Our Thirst For Violence Has Never Been Quelled And That S The Crux Of It It Can T Be Quelled It S Human Nature For Her Sixteenth Birthday, Vaela Sun Receives The Most Coveted Gift In All The Spire A Trip To The Continent It Seems An Unlikely Destination For A Holiday A Cold, Desolate Land Where Two Uncivilized Nations Remain Perpetually Locked In Combat Most Citizens Lucky Enough To Tour The Continent Do So To Observe The Spectacle And Violence Of War, A Thing Long Banished In The Spire For Vaela A Talented Apprentice Cartographer The Journey Is A Dream Come True A Once In A Lifetime Opportunity To Improve Upon The Maps She S Drawn Of This Vast, Frozen LandBut Vaela S Dream All Too Quickly Turns To A Nightmare As The Journey Brings Her Face To Face With The Brutal Reality Of A War She S Only Read About Observing From The Safety Of A Heli Plane, Vaela Is Forever Changed By The Bloody Battle Waging Far Beneath Her And When A Tragic Accident Leaves Her Stranded On The Continent, Vaela Finds Herself Much Closer To Danger Than She D Ever Imagined Starving, Alone And Lost In The Middle Of A War Zone, Vaela Must Try To Find A Way Home But First, She Must Survive


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10 thoughts on “The Continent

  1. says:

    I received an arc copy of this book on a giveaway so I spent no money and I still want a refund or a brain wipe to erase it from my memory The inside cover has a small scrawl from Kiera Drake saying that she hopes I enjoy my trip to the continent Sorry to say, I very much did not enjoy it I basically spent a couple of hours reading almos


  2. says:

    EDIT, 2 SEPT 2018 removed my one star rating because i saw that keira drake did some rewriting, apparently but i m still not going to read this book and i don t think i ever will.protip read books by woc and you ll generally encounter less problemsi m sick of the white saviour narrative and the book portrays Native Americans Asians as savages and


  3. says:

    EDIT 2 20 2018 Since a new version of this book is coming out this year, I cleared my one star rating I hope the revisions fix a lot of the issues, but I still won t be reading it The entire premise of the book seems incredibly flawed.Pro Tip Read books by WoC and you probably won t run into a lot of problems EDIT 3 21 17 Since lots of people are still li


  4. says:

    3 19 update Oh no We re still talking about this book I ve read the updated version My review has not changed 11 25 16 ETA Review here Yes, I did read it I read it after putting it down a month ago, when the first chapter failed to capture my interest simply so I can provide information for anyone who seems to think that this book shows us how to be better as huma


  5. says:

    edit 2 19 18 so apparently all those rewrites keira drake was supposed to be doing didn t fix a Damn Thing yall. if this book was a person id fight it in a Wal Mart parking lot It s racist trash, and I m getting really sick and tired of my genre being fucking corrupted by bullshit like this A black groundskeeper, a pack of savage men obviously based on First Nations people


  6. says:

    My first hint should have been the fact this is a Harlequin Teen novel Romance novels make me roll my eyes too much but a YA romance makes me roll them so hard they get stuck to the back of my head The Continent is a perfect example of an eye rolling, face in palm planting, groaning out loud why am I still reading this YA romance Vaela Sun of the Spire is celebrating her sixteenth


  7. says:

    Describes indigenous people with red skin as savages who are prone to raping and drinking, as well as other egregious stereotypes.See these Twitter threads for info to add a link to a thread featuring a review of the book.


  8. says:

    y all know how I feel about colonizers fantasies of White Saviorism so I will be passing HARD on this book.


  9. says:

    Note This book is being revised based on feedback from marginalized voices, which is great I have not yet read the revised version If you re interested in these issues, please take some time to listen to and consider the varied opinions and experiences of marginalized voices before coming to any conclusions Previous Review The best word I can think of to describe this book is POWERFUL Because it s powerful o


  10. says:

    Apparently this book is Super Fucking Racist Calling natives red skinned , calling them savages From what I ve heard, the main character is a white girl who s going to save these native people How did this book get published side eyes this book so hard


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