Branwen starts out refusing to follow anyone's orders, even the Shining Ones. She is told that she can save many lives, but Branwen has trouble believing that she can defeat the dreaded Saxons. With a strange newfound ally from the sky, does Branwen have the boost she needs or will this ally end up drawing her down even more. Will the discovery of a friend's betrayal change all that Branwen believes and holds dear? Will she succeed in the Shining Ones' mission or will Branwen fail?
"Destiny's Path" is the amazing sequel to the "Warrior Princess" by Frewin Jones. I am eagerly starting the next book, anxious to discover what happens next. The book was action-packed and full of drama. Full of plot twists and exciting events, "Destiny's Path" will have the reader eagerly turning each page. While a definite must read for anyone who has read "Warrior Princess", this book has enough back story and explanations to make it enjoyable as a standalone read.
Her destiny must be fulfilled . . .
Branwen refuses to take orders from anyone—even the Shining Ones. The ancient gods have marked her as the one fated to save her country from the Saxons. But is she truly ready to be a leader?
Then a messenger from the skies shows her a vision of a bleak and violent future, a future in which Branwen has abandoned her destiny, and those most dear to her suffer unspeakable horrors. There's a blurry line between good and evil, and those Branwen trusts the most are capable of the greatest betrayal. The Shining Ones have spoken. Will Branwen answer their call?