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    IGNOU books 2019 In Hindi Online PDF Free uprising that they and the rebel alliance have been planning for monthsWith new abilities and special talents, from Mindonsiphan, Olivia learns that she can do than most ordinary eighteen year olds Learning both to hide and perfect her skills will be one of the biggest challenges she ll be forced to faceA constant rollercoaster of emotion and adventure await Olivia and Joshua, as they embark on a journey to the rebel city of Torv, and what was once home, Genesis."/>
  • Paperback
  • 246 pages
  • Moirai
  • Ruth Silver
  • English
  • 12 January 2017
  • 0615883222

Moirai[Read] ➲ Moirai ➮ Ruth Silver – Essayreview.co.uk Olivia has been on the run from the government of Cabal since the marriage ceremony Finally settling in and finding herself a place to call home, in Shadow, Olivia and Joshua are preparing for the upr Olivia has been on the run from the government of Cabal since the marriage ceremony Finally settling in and finding herself a place to call home, in Shadow, Olivia and Joshua are preparing for the uprising that they and the rebel alliance have been planning for monthsWith new abilities and special talents, from Mindonsiphan, Olivia learns that she can do than most ordinary eighteen year olds Learning both to hide and perfect her skills will be one of the biggest challenges she ll be forced to faceA constant rollercoaster of emotion and adventure await Olivia and Joshua, as they embark on a journey to the rebel city of Torv, and what was once home, Genesis.


About the Author: Ruth Silver

Ruth Silver first began writing poetry as a teenager and reading heaps of fan fiction in her free time She has written under three unique pseudo names and penned well over a hundred storiesShe attended Northern Illinois University in and graduated with a Bachelor s in Communication While in college she spent much of her free time writing with friends she met online and penning her first novel, Deuces are Wild , which she self published in Her favorite class was Creative Writing senior year where she often handed in assignments longer than the professor required because she loved to write and always wanted to finish her storiesHer love of writing, led her on an adventure in to Melbourne, Australia Silver enjoys reading YA novels and sharing her favorite books with other readers She runs her own book blog and also enjoys photography and travelingHer favorite YA genre is a mix of Dystopian Fantasy which is evident in the upcoming release of her latest book, Aberrant Slated for release April by Lazy Day Publishing, it is the first in a trilogy.


10 thoughts on “Moirai

  1. says:

    OMGwhat a cliffhanger 4.5 Amazing Stars

  2. says:

    Oh, how Ruth never seizes to disappoint Moirai was everything I could of hoped for andRuth took angles that I never excepted, and it was a wonderful surprise to have this book go in a totally different direction then I thought First, the writing was hypnotizing The characters felt like they had their own voice in this book Not only was the main characters well developed, but the side characters had their own way to express themselves And that was a big plus in this book The Plot Oh, how Ruth never seizes to disappoint Moirai was everything I could of hoped for andRuth took angles that I never excepted, and it was a wonderful surprise to have this book go in a totally different direction then I thought First, the writing was hypnotizing The characters felt like they had their own voice in this book Not only was the main characters well developed, but the side characters had their own way to express themselves And that was a big plus in this book The Plot Olivia and Joshua are back, and they ve never been stronger, In this heart pounding second installment in the Aberrant trilogy Olivia and Josh are still battling for their lives, and for the future of not only their world, but the rest of the cities combined After going on the journey of their lives in the first book, Olivia and Josh find themselves into the rebel alliance in a small town called Shadow Its a secret, secluded and undisclosed, rebel town, that s preparing for an uprising to take down the government and everyone in it But that s not all this little town has to offer Olivia and Josh are tricked into a procedure called mindonsiphan It gives them enhanced supernatural abilities, to become stronger, faster, smarter, andcapable of having the skill and power to take down the government and win the war they ve been so desperately fighting for With these new abilities and their new alliance with the town of Shadow, Olivia and Josh might just be able to have the lives they ve also hoped for But all is short lived as everything comes crumbling down around them as bombings and death create chaos in their once little peaceful town of shadow To help with the cure to their problem with infertility in woman, and search for answers to the rebellion, Olivia and Josh travel to the rebel City of Trov But what they find there will rock Olivia s world to the very cure, and change everything she once knew Secretes will be revealed, alliances will be formed, lives will be lost, betrayals will be made, and lines will be crossed, as Oliva and Josh fight they way through the war to bring freedom and independence back to their people But do Olivia and Josh have what it takes to lead an uprising and win Will their love make it through this battle and survive But most important, will Olivia and Josh have the will and strength not to give up Oh, yeah, that was such an awesome ride I can t even begin to form the words to describe how I felt about this book Ruth Silver has come out of no where and blown up the pages with magic and emotion that sweeps you off your feet and has you demandingThe third and final book is right around the corner and I can t wait to dive back into Olivia and Josh s adventure to see how their battle ends and if they will have the happily ever after I so desperately crave Overall, this series rocks, and book 2 bringsaction and adventure to the Aberrant series, that you don t want to miss I thought the writing was intense and amazing, the action and adventure wasthen enough, and the romance left me cravingThis series will go down as one of my favorites ever Now Ruth, bring on book 3lol

  3. says:

    I absolutely loved Aberrant, completely unable to put it down, so I was thrilled to get my hands on this book It did NOT disappoint The action pulls you in right from the beginning and you are right back in the midst of Olivia and Joshua s new lives One of the things that I loved most about the first book was how much I was emotionally affected by the things that were happening to Olivia That same feeling was definitely a part of this one Ruth is masterful at creating characters, and equall I absolutely loved Aberrant, completely unable to put it down, so I was thrilled to get my hands on this book It did NOT disappoint The action pulls you in right from the beginning and you are right back in the midst of Olivia and Joshua s new lives One of the things that I loved most about the first book was how much I was emotionally affected by the things that were happening to Olivia That same feeling was definitely a part of this one Ruth is masterful at creating characters, and equally masterful at creating suspense that grabs the reader by the throat and holds them hostage The suspense, the uncertainty those were the things that kept me turning the pages I meaning Olivia had no idea who to trust, who was truly who they portrayed themselves as Even after finishing this installment, I am still unsure of some of these characters I have my eye on Chloe, which will mean nothing UNLESS YOU READ THESE BOOKS The world building is amazing, just as it was in the first This dystopian world, heavily laced with science fiction, is a world that is at the same time both foreign and entirely believable We venture to new places in this world, places that make you pray that our world today never turns into that world..And finally, Olivia and Joshua They are such a beautiful couple, thrown together during impossible times and forced to live beyond their years In many ways, they are living for everyone else EXCEPT themselves But they remain true to one another What I love the most about their relationship is how it was written by the author Many times when young adults in fiction are forced to grow faster than that which is normal, their relationships are pushed that way, too That doesn t happen here instead, their relationship progresses as THEY want it to, the one thing that they do for themselves Things to love about Moirai Olivia and Joshua They are so young, but so full of honor as they fight for their people Olivia s matter of fact, albeit reluctant, acceptance of her role in the new world is astonishing Adelaide She is a breath of fresh air, a spot of youthful color in a world that can be colorless and bleak, The world of the Aberrant series It is dark and bleak and often terrifying, but it is so very real A trademark Ruth Silver cliffhanger Both frustrating and compelling Things I wantedof Conflict with Joshua s father I know that sounds weird, but I feel like that man is evil Resolution of who was trustworthy and who wasn t But this is unrealistic, since there is another book to come My recommendation Run, run, run Click, click, click Whatever your method of shopping BUY THESE BOOKS

  4. says:

    Moirai picks up 7 months after the conclusion of Aberrant and we find Olivia and company preparing for an assault on Genesis They are goig to launch a major strike at the Governor s Ball, thus taking out all of Cabal s leaders in one strike Olivia and Joshua are training hard to learnandabout the abilities that the surgical procedure has given them and also trying to make a home for themselves in Shadow Along the way to the final battle, there are quite a number of twists and turn Moirai picks up 7 months after the conclusion of Aberrant and we find Olivia and company preparing for an assault on Genesis They are goig to launch a major strike at the Governor s Ball, thus taking out all of Cabal s leaders in one strike Olivia and Joshua are training hard to learnandabout the abilities that the surgical procedure has given them and also trying to make a home for themselves in Shadow Along the way to the final battle, there are quite a number of twists and turns to go through and of course there s always the things are not always as they seem to traverse.Olivia really grew up in this installment for me She went from being a naive young girl thrust into a world of rebellion and mystery about what the was, to a young woman who stands her ground and has a better understanding of who she is and what she believes is right That was great to see a character grow that much in one story I think Adelaide had the most impact on how we, as the reader, saw Olivia She had another person to be responsible for Joshua doesn t count he can look out for himself too and how she handled that I d agree just by her taking a leadership role in the Rebellion and how hard she trains that Olivia has matured but Adelaide is the most obvious way that the author is showing progress instead of complacency.Olivia was the focus of this book, for good reason, but I would have loved to hearabout what Joshua was doing throughout We knew he had gotten all these crazy awesome technology abilities but we never saw much of it in action That along with several other story lines such as the city of Torv and Joshua s father, would have certainly peaked my interested Really the world of Cabal and the rebellion is fascinating and I wish we had enough time to find out everything about it Including all these feelings I got while reading about certain people.Torv and all of it s characters bother me..a lot I can already feel this sense of unease with people like Chloe, the council and this mysterious board in Torv that really made makes me nervous about what s coming I wish we got a chance to flush that out a littlePlus, Chloe s husband WHAT I m not going to say any because it will certainly spoil it for you while reading, but let me just say this Moirai just threw one hell of a grenade into this series for me in the most amazing ways Touche, Ms Silver, Touche

  5. says:

    Stupid and ridicules How oh how does this book even make any sense.

  6. says:

    I have been waiting for this one since I finished Aberrant a few months ago, and this did not disappoint, I think I actually enjoyed itthan the first, which is always a great surprise I was ecstatic when Ruth contacted me about being on this tour, and I am keeping my fingers crossed that I get accepted in to the tour for book three as well cough Ruth cough lol as she is one of those EVIL authors who like to put major cliffhangers at the end of their books, which I love and hate all I have been waiting for this one since I finished Aberrant a few months ago, and this did not disappoint, I think I actually enjoyed itthan the first, which is always a great surprise I was ecstatic when Ruth contacted me about being on this tour, and I am keeping my fingers crossed that I get accepted in to the tour for book three as well cough Ruth cough lol as she is one of those EVIL authors who like to put major cliffhangers at the end of their books, which I love and hate all at the same time I loved all the action in this book, it started off right at the beginning, and carried on through the whole thing I didn t know at some points who Olivia and Joshua could trust and who they couldn t because of how Olivia is special and how everyone keeps telling her that, it seemed like they would all try to take her or something We are introduced to new characters and new cities in this part of the series, and I have to say that I thought that Ruth s world building was fantastic, I was able to imagine everything in my head and follow along without anything getting to be too much or confusing I just hope that the world never turns in to this one in my lifetime, it is a bleak and dark place that will make you appreciate all the colour around you everywhere you look, especially outside.I think my favourite part of this book though was watching the relationship between Olivia and Joshua grow, it was very well written, and so innocent which is refreshing to read There have been a lot of books that I have read lately where it seems that the teenagers are put in to serious relationships and things are taken to the next level, when it does not seem like they are mature enough for it Mind you Olivia and Joshua do have to grow up in the way that they are on their own with only each other to count on, but they understand that they have a lot of growing up to do still before they start that sexual part of their lives and risk the consequences that could arise from that, and I think we needbooks like these for teenagers to read.I will be honest and say that dystopian is not one of my top genres to read about, but I am really excited for this series, and I am honoured that I get to be one of the many people that is able to spread the word for Ruth and getpeople reading it A 5 5 from me, and I am impatiently awaiting the third installment If you like this genre even a little bit, give this series a try, I promise you will not be disappointed, and if you have read it, please leave me a comment and let me know what you thought about it, I would love to have someone to chat with about it

  7. says:

    I read the first book in this series, Aberrant, a few months ago and found myself instantly hooked If you are a fan of The Hunger Games and Divergent, then you will truly enjoy this series Once again, Ruth Silver did not disappoint me I was so excited to be able to read Moirai and find out what happened next in Olivia s journey The beginning of the book instantly hooks you and you continue to stay hooked throughout it The detail in the story from the characters to the setting was picturesqu I read the first book in this series, Aberrant, a few months ago and found myself instantly hooked If you are a fan of The Hunger Games and Divergent, then you will truly enjoy this series Once again, Ruth Silver did not disappoint me I was so excited to be able to read Moirai and find out what happened next in Olivia s journey The beginning of the book instantly hooks you and you continue to stay hooked throughout it The detail in the story from the characters to the setting was picturesque and captured my attention as a reader And just like in the first book, I feel in love with the relationship between Joshua and Olivia Their relationship seemed to reach an entirely new level in this book and I enjoyed being able to read along and follow them as their relationship developed evenBoth Olivia and Joshua seem wise beyond their years, especially for 18 year olds I have respect for them as characters going through this journey, especially since they seem to realize that they still have a ways to go before they are ready to take their relationship to the next level I am excited to continue on this journey with them in the upcoming third installment in the Aberrant series.Overall, this book was a fun read and one that held my attention each and every page I truly enjoy the dystopian world Ruth has created, as well as the characters I have grown to know and understand I will say, as you read this book, as well as the first, you re in for a ride and a few twists and turns along the way But it is worth every nail bite and anxious twitch 4.5 stars

  8. says:

    I tend to be a bit worried when sequels come out What if the second book is not as good as the first What if I don t like the book So, as you can predict I was a bit worried about reading Moirai because I really loved Aberrant Fortunately, my worries were for nothing Moirai is spectacular Ruth Silver draws the reader further into the world that she has created, making itdangerous Silver introduces readers to a plethora of new and interesting characters, as well as allow the read I tend to be a bit worried when sequels come out What if the second book is not as good as the first What if I don t like the book So, as you can predict I was a bit worried about reading Moirai because I really loved Aberrant Fortunately, my worries were for nothing Moirai is spectacular Ruth Silver draws the reader further into the world that she has created, making itdangerous Silver introduces readers to a plethora of new and interesting characters, as well as allow the readers to reconnect with the old characters that they have come to love Moirai will keep the readers at the edge of their seats as new dark secrets are uncovered And let s not forget about the ending You will be shocked and craving to see what happens next as soon as you finish reading Moirai Ruth Silver s Moirai is the perfect sequel to Aberrant

  9. says:

    So you think everything s pretty sweet at the end of Aberrant I won t say too much, but everything s kind of tied up nicely, with no big stress Ruth hold on, there, sailor Who said anything about ANYTHING being tied up, or no stress You MUST be kidding Hahahaha Okay, so Ruth never said that, but she may as well have by writing this awesome story.From the moment you start Moirai which I ALWAYS manage to spell with two r s in there somewhere , there is constant action Not always of the fi So you think everything s pretty sweet at the end of Aberrant I won t say too much, but everything s kind of tied up nicely, with no big stress Ruth hold on, there, sailor Who said anything about ANYTHING being tied up, or no stress You MUST be kidding Hahahaha Okay, so Ruth never said that, but she may as well have by writing this awesome story.From the moment you start Moirai which I ALWAYS manage to spell with two r s in there somewhere , there is constant action Not always of the fighting the bad guys nature, but action nonetheless Ruth is seriously amazing at keeping you interested and invested in the lives of her characters.I always love the first book in the seriesthan all the others I love being introduced to the characters, and their story It s just one of those things Granted this, Moirai is an epic second instalment in the Aberrant series, and I am thoroughly pleased with it.Olivia is still the same kick ass, strong willed, and all round awesome girl that she was in Aberrant And I still love her to pieces I think she definitely grows as a character in Moirai there wasn t an option for her not to Thrown amongst a revolution, a romance, and a pretty much being the most valued human in Cabal doesn t leave much room for not stepping up to meet expectations Which I think she does fantastically She doesn t shy away from the fact that practically the whole existence natural, anyway of the human race rests on her shoulders, but she doesn t feel exactly comfortable with the weight it puts on her shoulders And she s got superpowers, as well Superpowers, Chiara I can t be reading that right You ARE reading that right And you ll just have to read the book to find out what kind of super epic human that Olivia really is.Olivia and Joshua s relationship in this book was again one of my favourite aspects There was a moment when I started to doubt things, and my heart started breaking, but there was no need to worry On this note, I think I need to express how EXTREMELY happy I am that there isn t a love triangle in this series I am tired of reading a MC s thoughts and feelings about two love interests In Aberrant and Moirai, Olivia and Josh are it They know they love each other, and that s enough There s no second guessing, no distrust Sigh This relationship is one of my favourites, definitely.In the last few chapters or so, everything went down fairly quickly, and I kind of struggled with where things were happening, and what exactly was going down I got the gist of it, but I would have liked a bit of a slower pace so that I could really have enjoyed reading all about the revolution, and the roles that people played Nevertheless, I still enjoyed every moment of reading Moirai, and the ending was pretty epic.Well, the actual ENDING ending left me speechless I NEED Isaura in my life right now, and I cannot believe I have to wait to read it At least December will come around before I know it, and then I can read all about the ending of this awesome story I think this is a trilogy, correct me if it is otherwise.If you haven t read Aberrant, please do And then you ll be scouring the interwebs to find a copy of Moirai, trust me And you won t be disappointed, either 2013, Chiara Books For A Delicate Eternity All rights reserved

  10. says:

    Olivia has been on the run from the government of Cabal since the marriage ceremony Finally settling in and finding herself a place to call home, in Shadow, Olivia and Joshua are preparing for the uprising that they and the rebel alliance have been planning for months. With new abilities and special talents, from Mindonsiphan, Olivia learns that she can dothan most ordinary eighteen year olds Learning both to hide and perfect her skills will be one of the biggest challenges she ll be forc Olivia has been on the run from the government of Cabal since the marriage ceremony Finally settling in and finding herself a place to call home, in Shadow, Olivia and Joshua are preparing for the uprising that they and the rebel alliance have been planning for months. With new abilities and special talents, from Mindonsiphan, Olivia learns that she can dothan most ordinary eighteen year olds Learning both to hide and perfect her skills will be one of the biggest challenges she ll be forced to face. A constant rollercoaster of emotion and adventure await Olivia and Joshua, as they embark on a journey to the rebel city of Torv, and what was once home, Genesis.Moirai picks up a few months later after the ending of Aberrant Olivia and Josh are training hard to prepare for their roles in Shadow s plan to take down Cabal s government While the actual plan occurs towards the last quarter of the book, majorly it deals with the political events of the rebel alliance and focuses on the fertility problems Being a dystopian, you learn to be wary of any authority and I was holding my breath on every page going the other shoe is going to drop Moirai, though not as well as Aberrant, does have good pacing, high stakes and a dynamic plot Where Aberrant had them fighting for their lives, in Moirai Olivia and Josh are now somewhat in a position of power They are able to make a difference and it was great to see them take up their roles There is no whining, angst and god forbid, love triangles It sticks well enough to the dystopian genre and provides plenty of backstory for the world building It however differs well enough in the subject matter dealt most dystopic stories paint a bleak, survival oriented world but here in the Aberrant universe, it placesemphasis on the political aspects of it A controlling government, which makes it s people rely on them and over what kids The concept confounded me in the beginning but as I got in deeper, I realized the impact such a small thing compared to, you know, basic necessities could have on the population at large About the writing, well, I felt this book did not do justice to Aberrant It seemed sloppy at times and the dialogues did not flow well with the story, seemingly stilted and forced The situation between Olivia and Josh and whether or not they want to go further seemed a bit like a check mark on a list, and like before, Josh just seemed kind of okay As for the ending, it was better this time around, with the pacing matched to the book and a well timed cliffhanger I was thinking the story was ending and bang, plot for the sequel I must admit, if it had ended as I thought it would, I would have been disappointed Lastly, I felt the title went so well with this book I don t say this often but the moment when you realize why the book has been named so is so important and totally gives me goosebumps It foreshadows the event at the ending too, and if this is the trend I am really interested what the title of the next book, Isaura, really means since there is a little hint in the book Received a copy from Lazy Day Publishing via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

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