THE SKYLARK'S SONG Review: An Engaging Tale of High Dystopian Fiction

“If she stayed here, she would never be allowed to fly again. Ever. And that was unacceptable.” - J.M. Frey, The Skylark’s Song A war-torn country. A cruel system of discrimination. A fight between what should and what is done. The constant questioning of where loyalties lie. J.M Frey has exposed the raw truth about war through the eyes of Robin Arianhod, a seventeen-year-old mid-flight training to become a pilot. War is where neither side is without fault, and both sides continue their relentless battle to simply not lose. With the realistic struggles of a broken girl growing up in war, the punishing expectations of society, and the incredible steampunk world of the Saskwya and Klonn, The S

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