Oath of Servitude (The Punishment Sequence) by C.E. Wilson
This is the story of Teague and Cailin, two teenagers who have been brought together by fate. Teague, a human, struggles to come to terms with the consequences of a recent accident that has destroyed the happy life that he had once enjoyed. Cailin, a pixi, is trying to stay true to herself while fighting against forces beyond her control that have exiled her from her home into this strange world of humans. She fears the darkness. He cannot escape it. But when the two of them are thrown together, they begin to discover the light inside of themselves.
This book was given to me by the author in exchange for an honest review.
Oath of Servitude was a wonderful and enjoyable read. The story was unique and interesting. It has been a long time since I have read anything about pixies so I was really excited to read this. I was not disappointed!
The characters are wonderful! Teague had become blind from an accident and is bitter and angry because of it and Cailin,a really spunky pixi wants to be independent and unchained from the expectations of her clan. I loved reading about Teague and Cailin’s growth throughout the story and their growing relationship. I really loved the interaction between the two as their conversations were funny at times but serious at times also. I thought that Teague and Cailin’s relationship was a little bit rushed in the beginning but that is just a little flaw in a great book. The secondary characters also play a big part of the story and all had distinct personalities. I found myself caring greatly for all the characters in this book.
The world building was wonderful! I really enjoyed learning about the pixi clan and how the Portune ruled. The writing was really good except for a few spelling errors but nothing that I couldn’t correct with my mind. The story was a really peaceful read without much action but kept me flipping pages, wanting to know what will happen to Teague and Cailin. I highly enjoy Oath of Servitude and I recommend it to anyone who loves stories about pixies and love.
I give Oath of Servitude 4 out of 5 Stars