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Allied, by Amy Tintera


In the final book in the New York Times bestselling Ruined series, the romance of The Selection and the epic stakes of Red Queen come together in a story of revenge, adventure, and unexpected love.







Emelina Flores and her sister, Olivia, were determined to bring peace to the people of Ruina. But as the war for liberation raged on, what triumph and freedom meant to Em and Olivia slowly changed. As Olivia’s violence and thirst for vengeance became her only ambition, Em was left to pick up the pieces. 
But it’s not only Em who is upset by Olivia’s increased violence. Other members of the Ruined army are beginning to see the cracks, and soon a small group of them defects from Olivia’s army and joins Em instead.
The two sisters are soon pitted against each other in an epic battle for the kingdom and the future, and only one will win. 




“Impossible to forget, the Ruined series has a perfect mix of passion and action.” (Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA))

“Amy Tintera’s RUINED is so packed with action, intrigue, and romance, I was holding on for dear life until the very last page!” (Kiera Cass, #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author of The Selection)

“A taut, riveting adventure full of magic, murder, and heart-stopping romance. I burned through this book!” (Michelle Krys author of Hexed)

“With a vibrant and intriguing world and conflicted characters you’ll love, Ruined is the perfect blend of fantasy, adventure and romance. I read it in one sitting!” (NEW YORK TIMES bestseller Amie Kaufman)

“Em is a fascinating heroine, and that alone will make readers eager for the sequel.” (Booklist)

“Tintera’s mix of violence and vengeance with a star-crossed-lovers story offers an olive-skinned heroine and only slightly lighter-skinned hero, abundant angst, and plentiful cinematic action sequences.” (Kirkus Reviews)

“Em is a resilient and likable heroine with a wry sense of humor, a knack for self-preservation, and the fighting prowess to match. This book will appeal to fans of female-powered battle-filled epic fantasy.” (School Library Journal)
 




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