Sojourn (The Bellator Saga Book 3)
By Cecilia London
Haunted by her experience at The Fed, Caroline tries to create a new identity. A new present, a new future. She can’t escape the memories that dog her when she least expects it, leaving her mired in a depression that she finds difficult to escape. Caroline needs to regain her physical and mental strength if she intends on surviving the journey to find the elusive rebellion. But that’s easier said than done with the ghosts of the past constantly whispering in her ear.
The road is long and dangerous, and there are no guarantees. She and her companions have no idea what they will find when they arrive at their destination. And what they finally discover may change everything.
Sojourn is not a standalone and must be read after the first two books in the Bellator Saga.
For readers 18+.
There is quite a bit more to this book series than the eye can see at just a glance, or even thoroughly reading each and every page. Cecilia London utilizes the English language in such a way that you cannot help to be enthralled with the story and her words. It isn’t just the impressive way in which she conducts her writing but the way she blends multiple genres. I have mentioned in past reviews that The Bellator Saga is a dystopianistic political thriller, what I failed to mention was the immeasurable amount of life that fills these pages. It is written in such great detail that it feels real. Beyond that there is romance.
This series is both simple and complex, and what I mean is that it is easy to follow the complex inner-workings of the story. In the first two books we get to see only small bits and pieces of it ALL as it unfolds in Caroline’s memories. I never fully realized how epic the love story was in The Bellator Saga. Not until Sojourn, the third book – the transition book.
I can promise you this series is worth the read.
The dystopian intrigue, political tumult, a prodigious love story, and the provocative scenes that could bring infinite shades of rouge to even the most adventurous. Cecilia London’s ever impressive love of words and their many uses and meanings has catapulted Sojourn, the third installment in The Bellator Saga, to my favorite book in the series. Leaving it to stand out from the first two and raising the bar for the many more to come. I am almost certain that Cecilia London will deliver on my expectations, as she has already exceeded my expectations twice over in the past, and there is still so much to account for in the continuation of this allegory.