Nobody’s Pawn by Amy McNulty is a very satisfying read. It is a great end to the Never Veil Trilogy.
This book clears up a lot of the questions about why the world in this book is set up the way it is. And why some of the people acted the way they did. I ended up liking the Lord in this book a lot better. Turns out he had some good reasons for how he acted.
Noll finds out the reasons for a lot of things she didn’t understand too. Like what happens to the people who disappear. She isn’t too happy about some of it, and I don’t blame her. She gets to go through the veil and find out what is on the other side too.
There are a lot of adventures in this story. It will keep you entertained for a while.
Of course you can read this book without having read the other books and it will still be a good read, but trust me, you are going to want to read the others. So you might as well buy the whole set.
About the book:
Men can love, but they can also hate. Noll knows too well that the men in her village have adjusted poorly to the freedom of their hearts, but she hopes to bring peace back to her community. With the lord’s return, Noll feels confident that together, they can work to settle down the villagers, but in his rebirth, he remembers only one thing about her: that she caused the curse that tortured him for a millennium in the first place.
Determined to start anew, Noll must accept that, romantically, she and the lord are better without one another, but she’ll need his help to uncover what’s really behind all of the suffering in her village. Escorted to a land beyond the mountains, Noll uncovers the truth about her village and the strange occurrences in which she’s had a hand. When someone who loves her discovers the same things and betrays her, Noll feels powerless to stop her village’s fate. By learning to forgive and seek forgiveness, Noll finally understands true love of a free heart—along with true sacrifice.
About the Author:
Amy McNulty is a freelance writer and editor from Wisconsin with an honors degree in English. She was first published in a national scholarly journal (The Concord Review) while in high school and currently writes professionally about everything from business marketing to anime. In her down time, you can find her crafting stories with dastardly villains and antiheroes set in fantastical medieval settings.