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[ EPUB ] ♐ Scavenge the Stars ♂ When Amaya Rescues A Mysterious Stranger From Drowning, She Fears Her Rash Actions Have Earned Her A Longer Sentence On The Debtor Ship Where She S Been Held Captive For Years Instead, The Man She Saved Offers Her Unimaginable Riches And A New Identity, Setting Amaya On A Perilous Course Through The Coastal City State Of Moray, Where Old World Opulence And Desperate Gamblers CollideAmaya Wants One Thing Revenge Against The Man Who Ruined Her Family And Stole The Life She Once Had But The Entangled She Becomes In This Game Of Deception And As Her Path Intertwines With The Son Of The Man She S Plotting To Bring Down The She Uncovers About The Truth Of Her Past And The She Realizes She Must Trust No One Packed With High Stakes Adventure, Romance, And Dueling Identities, This Gender Swapped Retelling Of The Count Of Monte Cristo Is The First Novel In An Epic YA Fantasy Duology, Perfect For Fans Of Sarah J Maas, Sabaa Tahir, And Leigh Bardugo


10 thoughts on “Scavenge the Stars

  1. Chelsea Humphrey Chelsea Humphrey says:

    I ve been trying to get into this book for almost a week now and can t seem to make it past page 44, so I think it s a sign that this is right book wrong reader Please give this one a try for yourself if the synopsis catches your interest Many thanks to the publisher for providing my review copy.


  2. Tara ☽ Tara ☽ says:

    I want the girl on the cover of this to stab me


  3. Tucker Tucker says:

    Many thanks to Disney Press for sending me a copy in exchange for an honest reviewThis is another one of those quite frequent times where it s not the book it s me I went into this expecting science fiction I don t know why The cover pretty clearly shouts fantasy and did not get that Scavenge the Stars is a steampunk fantasy which is fine for people who like that I just down In generally, fantasy and I just don t get along If it s too hard to understand or the world building takes too long, I get bored and stop caring and that is what happened with Scavenge the Stars Actually, no In this, the world building wasn t slow enough I felt confused from page one I think the author could have made the story better by slowing some things down At the same time, it didn t feel like anything interesting was happening I kept skimming page after page, waiting for something bad or exciting to happen but nothing ever did Overall, I still think readers should g...


  4. megs_bookrack megs_bookrack says:

    Disney Book Group You bless me


  5. Elise (TheBookishActress) Elise (TheBookishActress) says:

    so in 2012 I watched Revenge, a reimagining of the count of monte christo, and ever since then apparently ive been awaiting this shit


  6. Candace Robinson Candace Robinson says:

    I d love to hug this cover if I could for always, but I couldn t get into this one I m going to come back to it in the future and try once , though


  7. Namera [The Literary Invertebrate] Namera [The Literary Invertebrate] says:

    ARC received in exchange for an honest review thank you This is the earliest I ve ever gotten an ARC it doesn t come out until next January so I was pretty excited to start reading it Plus, it was pitched as a diverse, gender bent retelling of Dumas s The Count of Monte Cristo which I haven t read, but I know is all about revenge and justice A vengeful heroine I was SO HERE for that.Unfortunately, this book while good was missing the spark that would have raised it above three stars Most of that is down to its surprisingly shoddy worldbuilding Scavenge the Stars opens with Silverfish or, as she was known in her previous life, Amaya gutting fish on the Brackish, a debtor ship where children are sold to work off their parents debts She s very, very close to the seven year point at which the cruel Captain Zharo intends to set her free But when she rescues a man she sees drowning, Zharo does not react positively Amaya and the man a charmin...


  8. Jessica McKenna Jessica McKenna says:

    I might be biased.You see, since I was young, The Count of Monte Cristo has been one of my favorite stories That probably says a lot about me in ways that aren t all great, but the point is, I know this tale I know everything Tara Sim takes from it in this update, how she revamps it and how she uses it as a base.And as a Count of Monte Cristo storyit just doesn t really work.I don t think it works all that well as a standard YA, either.The thing I have realized about The Count of Monte Cristo is that it s not actually that easy of a tale to recreate It s complex, and there are several factors that are absolutely necessary to exploit if you want to pull off the same level of emotional depth and suspense.First of all, the revenge needs to be personal And when I say personal, I mean personal.Edmond Dantes is betrayed by close friends and associates, people who he truly believed, and had for many years, were his friends And they betrayed him ...


  9. Kelsea Kelsea says:

    I am so, so grateful to Disney Hyperion for sending me a free ARC of Scavenge the Stars Okay, I ll admit it I was drawn in by the cover. I knooooooow authors usually have no say in the cover and the story is written far before a cover is chosen, so it has nothing to do with the quality of the content, BUT LOOK HOW PRETTY Just look Honestly, I was incredibly excited and a little nervous to start this book YA fantasy and I have a long and complicated history We don t always get along.But I knew pretty early on that this book was one I could get behind I love a good, fast paced YA book full of plot twists in any subgenre, and that s exactly what this is When I say fast paced, I mean WHIRLWIND SWEEPING THROUGH fast paced Every single chapter moves the story along no sitting around demurely here It s a pretty complex setup for YA, but we don t have to wait to get to the interesting bits I was really impressed by how much of the unnecessary stuff Tara Sim cut out a...