“The girl whose gift is chaos. Death is her burden. Wherever she goes, it follows. They say she can either save the world or end it” – Elizabeth May, The Vanishing Throne (p. 278)
The Vanishing Throne by Elizabeth May is the second book in The Falconer Trilogy (you can find my review for The Falconer here), released on July 21st, 2016. Just like the first, the second book in The Falconer trilogy is packed with surprises, suspense and romance, as the protagonists are forced to make impossible decisions in the battle against evil.
Aileana Kameron, the Falconer, disappeared through the portal that she was trying to close forever. Now she wakes up in the fae world, trapped and tortured by the evil Lonnrach. With the help of an unexpected ally, Aileana re-enters the human world, only to find everything irrevocably changed. Edinburgh has been destroyed, and the few human survivors are living in an uneasy truce with the fae, while both worlds are in danger of disappearing altogether. Aileana holds the key to saving both worlds, but in order to do so she must awaken her latent Falconer powers. And the price of doing that might be her life (Chapters.Indigo.ca).