By Corinne Duyvis
Nolan doesn't see darkness whilst he closes his eyes. as an alternative, he's transported into the brain of Amara, a woman dwelling in a distinct international. Nolan's lifestyles in his small Arizona city is filled with background checks, family members stress, and laundry; his mom and dad imagine he has epilepsy, judging from his widespread blackouts. Amara's international is stuffed with magic and danger—she's a mute servant woman who's tasked with holding a renegade princess. Nolan is just an observer in Amara's world—until he learns to manage her. before everything, Amara is terrified. Then, she's livid. yet to maintain the princess—and themselves—alive, they'll need to interact and notice the reality in the back of their connection. a desirable premise, in actual fact and compellingly written and imagined via a startlingly unique debut author.