In a world torn apart by war and divided into three nations Astra struggles to achieve balance. As a child she experienced a horror that caused her life to fracture around her, changing in an instant everything she’d ever known.
Sixteen years later and Astra has been pressured into a false position by her past and is forced into taking a stand that enables her to keep her loved ones safe, but the cost is high.
Caught in an intolerable position Astra is loyal to only one thing: the family that loves her. But when a diplomatic mission from the Free Nation arrives for peace talks with the Tula, Astra’s precariously balanced world begins to fracture again.
Fracture is the first book in The Chronicles of Discord series. I’ll say from the start that Fracture is on the edge of my typical genre choices, so I went into this already a little uneasy, afraid that I wouldn’t be able to get into the story. I’m happy to report that this was not the case.