Lives are lost in a desperate war...one the Rhodi are losing.
The world has been devastated by the tyranny of the Red Huntress. To save Crescentia, Dylan and Devin attempt to decipher the mystery of the ancient letter their ancestors left behind, the only hope of salvation for their kind. Dylan continues to fight foes both on the battlefield and within her own mind, all while wrestling with the confused feelings she has for Enfys, the alluring spy who has become devoted to her cause.
In the epic conclusion to the thrilling Rhodi Saga, one brave warrior will stand in the way of corruption, to take place before her destiny…or her death.
Rhodi’s Lullaby is the third installment in the suspenseful young adult dystopian series fans and critics are calling an original masterpiece in the epic fantasy genre.
Rhodi’s Light and Rhodi Rising are also available. Catch up on the entire series today!
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Please welcome The Rhodi Saga author Megan Linski to Diane’s Book Blog.
What is your favorite part of Rhodi’s Light?
I enjoy all the scenes with Dylan and her master, Talidin, when they’re one-on-one and just talking. There’s a lot of vulnerability there and as a reader you can really sink into the situations when they’re opening up and being honest with one another.
How long did it take you to write Rhodi’s Light?
It was an on-and-off project. I started when I was 15 and completely finished it when I was 22. It went through a lot of rewrites and edits, to say the least.
What’s your favorite book that you wrote?
I feel like my favorite book that I’ve ever written has got to be Rhodi’s Lullaby, #3 in The Rhodi Saga. There’s so much action and romance, tied in with the climax of Dylan’s struggles with depression. I put a lot of effort into that book and there wasn’t one moment where I wasn’t enjoying myself while writing it. It just felt great.
What’s your typical day like?
I start my day by going to the gym and getting an hour long workout in, and then coming home to take a shower, clean the house, and make lunch. After I eat, I start work, whether that be editing, writing, or working on marketing. I usually work until dinnertime, when I take a short break. Then it’s back to writing until I go to bed late, around midnight or so.
What books have most influenced your life?
I think The Last Unicorn by Peter S. Beagle really changed everything for me. It’s the book, once I read, began my writing career. The Chronicles of Narnia also had a lot of influence on me as a writer.