Mini Review: The Traitor’s Game


I have been waiting on this book for a long time. I was so excited to finally get it.

Kestra comes from a very influential family and tends to get kidnapped. Simon has been tasked with being her protector while she is forced to betray her family, all while searching for a magical blade.


The Traitor’s Game was just ok for me. This story takes many twists and turns, but just failed to wow me. The plot was good and I liked the love match. It just felt like it dragged on. I did not feel emotionally invested in any of the characters. The ending was the most exciting of the whole book and promised another book to come.



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