Friday, March 23, 2018

SENTINEL by Jamie Foley // Book Review + SAGE Blog Tour & Giveaway

HELLO, MY DRAGONS! Today, I'm here with y'all to share about the third and final installment in an epic new series! (And guess what: I'll be sharing my review of the first book, too! Spoiler-free. πŸ˜‰) First...


Ancient elementals awaken, fracturing a dying world to its core.

Teravyn Aetherswift returns to the land of the living, but everything seems unfamiliar... including her little brother. Zekk offers help, but can an alluring Lynx be trusted?

Sorvashti finally has everything she ever wanted, so the last thing she wants to do is run after traitors. But she won't leave Jet's side -- unless the horrifying truth about his mother tears them apart.

Darien is sick of being used and lied to. But if he stands up for what's right, he'll pay the price with his life... or the lives of those he loves.

Book I: Sentinel: Amazon // Goodreads

Book II: Arbiter: Amazon // Goodreads

Prequel novella: Viper: Amazon // Goodreads

Prequel novella: Vanguard: Amazon // Goodreads


Jamie Foley loves strategy games, home-grown berries, and Texas winters. She's terrified of plot holes and red wasps.

Her husband is her manly cowboy astronaut muse. They live between Austin, Texas, and their family cattle ranch, where their hyperactive spawnling and wolfpack can run free.



The adventure begins...

I'm not one for thrillers or anything labeled "supernatural" -- it's just not my thing. But Jamie Foley's Sentinel -- the first in a striking new trilogy -- is an exception.

Darien Aetherswift's life isn't perfect. And neither is his sister Tera's. Their life is modest, cramped into a tiny apartment and repair shop filled with frequent calls to their insane mother, haunted by the memory of their father's death.

And then the meteor storm comes.

Suddenly, Darien and Tera's barely-manageable life spirals out of control, and, little do they know, they're being hunted.

THIS. BOOK. Y'ALL. Just... i cant words.

First off, CAN WE TALK ABOUT JET? bc Jet had to be my favorite part of this book.

An ex-sniper, Jet cares about two people, and two people only. The first is his sister, Aleah. The second... well, you'll see. πŸ˜‰

But Jet is seriously A WHOLE BUNCH OF MUSCLES AND A WHOLE BUNCH OF AWESOME. He mentors Darien throughout the novel (and hates his guts... Jet and Darien should be every bromance's goal 😜), is desperately fond of people (but still a military man at heart), and is basically every character's Prince-Charming-to-the-rescue. (Seriously, he's amazing. Reason #10898945 you should read this novel.)

Secondly, the plot + the writing. Think a lighter, Christian version of Rick Riordan... but with angels' besties and element-wielding teens instead of Greek mythology and demigods. Got a clear picture? Yeah, IT'S EPIC. 😻

Just... go read this book, guys! You won't regret it. πŸ’œ

You may want to know: There is a fair bit of violence, along with some supernatural (but allegorical) elements.

Click here to read my Goodreads review.

NOTE: I received a free ebook copy of Sentinel from the author, in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.


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Eeep! I'm so excited for Jamie's new release, and I can't wait to dive into Arbiter!

Dragons, have you read any books in the The Sentinel Trilogy? Which one is your favorite?



  1. Eeeekk! Love hearing all your thoughts on Jet! :D He's totally awesome!

    Thanks for sharing and participating in the blog tour, Liv!

  2. I can't pick a favorite book, I just love ALL THE JET THINGSSSS. :D And yes, he and Darien are the best buddy story evah--I love their bickering and snark. XD (BUT JET THOUGH.)


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