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Frost Kay picks up in The Exiled exactly where she left off in The Tainted. It moves at a great pace with characters you grow to love and some you grow to hate. We’re starting to get a hint of who the real “big bad” is in this series. If he/she is anything like the villains in her other work, we can expect terrible and amazing things. One consistent attribute in Frost’s works is a focus on how men treat women, and how people treat each other. Her beautifully good, and flawed, characters demonstrate basic human decency – something taken for granted in today’s world. The Exiled takes an us vs. them scenario and shows how we can be given the opportunity to turn that into an “all of us” scenario as well as how we often don’t – instead, many have a tendency to exile those they could be friends and allies with. If you’ve read her work before and loved it, you will love this series. If you have not read her work before, welcome to a world of lovable characters, meaningful plots, and horrendous cliffhangers.