|This article is about Book 2: Exile. You may be looking for Exile, the Elvin prison.|
Keeper of the Lost Cities: Exile is the second book in the Keeper series written by Shannon Messenger. The release date was October 1, 2013. The cover shows Sophie and Keefe standing before Silveny the Alicorn.
Sophie Foster thought she was safe. Settled into her home at Havenfield, surrounded by friends, and using her unique telepathic abilities to train Silveny—the first female Alicorn ever seen in the Lost Cities—her life finally seems to be coming together.
But Sophie's kidnappers are still out there. And when Sophie discovers new messages and clues from the mysterious Black Swan group hiding secrets for her, she's forced to take a terrifying risk—one that puts everyone in incredible danger.
In this second book in the Keeper of the Lost Cities series, Sophie must journey to the darkest corners of her luminous world, exile, in a sequel that will leave you laughing and crying at the same time.
Sophie is, as usual, out on a dangerous journey with high stakes, where people she love may be on the line, not to mention her friendship with the Vackers. Will she be able to save everyone before it is too late? You could always look at spoilers if you want ;)
|2.||All in All||Lifehouse|
|4.||Tied Together With a Smile||Taylor Swift|
|7.||Away From the Sun||3 Doors Down|
|8.||Never Grow Up||Taylor Swift|
|11.||See You Again||Carrie Underwood|
|16.||Square One||Tom Petty|
|17.||The Resolution||Jack’s Mannequin|
|18.||Anything But Ordinary||Avril Lavigne|
Sophie's hands shook as she lifted the tiny green bottle. One swallow held life and death—and not just for her.
Her eyes focused on the clear, sloshy liquid as she removed the crystal stopper and pressed the bottle to her lips. All she had to do was tip the poison down her throat.
But could she?
Could she give up everything to set things right?
Could she live with the guilt, otherwise?
The choice was hers this time.
No more notes.
No more clues.
She’d followed them to this point, and now it came down to her.
She wasn’t the Black Swan's puppet anymore.
She was broken.
All she had left was trust.