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Margo Grisby never noticed the silence of living in the country until an accident last year changed everything Now the quietness allows the memories to haunt her Maybe that's how she was forced into the alternate world of Jamyria so easily It couldn't be as everyone keeps saying her destiny to enterThe world is beautiful Its bright colors bleed into one another and it is overgrown with fragrant and unusual flora Only when you look closer do you realize the textures and makeup of the land are a lie Only then do you notice it's been created by a Mark a person who bears a symbol on their skin which grants them unlimited powerMargo is what they call the New Mark Every fifty years a man is gifted with a mark of power and this man is destined to enter Jamyria in hopes of destroying the gateway between worlds and freeing its people It seems fate has a sense of humor Man? She is nothing but a sixteen year old girl But regardless of gender or age the people trapped in the world see Margo as their only hope for the next fifty years The creator and queen of Jamyria on the other hand sees Margo as her latest threat and has ordered to have her hunted downAnd Margo? She sees Jamyria as an escape from her nightmares and deep down she's beginning to question if she wants to leave this world at all


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    Source I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read to review basis Thanks to author Madeline Meekins “You who are cursed must meet your fate” This was a YA fantasy story about a girl who finds herself in another world Margo was an okay character but I found it quite difficult to relate to her I’m not sure whyThe storyline in this was about Margo somehow being transported to a world called Jamyria and trying to work out why she was there and what she was expected to do there I found the pace quite slow though and as the story went on I lost interest a bit I did want to know what happened to Margo’s sister thoughThe ending to this wasn’t quite what I expected and not a lot was tied up really6 out of 10