Review: Sanyare: The Rebel Apprentice by Megan Haskell

To save millions of lives, she may have to sacrifice the ones she loves…

Rie is on the run from the wrath of elvish kings. As her enemies grow and the assassins close in, she must bring a traitor to justice to save herself. But to keep one step ahead, Rie may need to leave her friends and the man she loves behind…

Her only chance of survival lies with a hidden colony of water fae off the Florida coast. When the Fire Queen attacks with a vengeance and innocent people die, Rie faces an impossible choice: give herself up to save her loved ones or watch as the entire human realm is completely annihilated…

Sanyare: The Rebel Apprentice is the third book in The Sanyare Chronicles, a series of breathtaking fantasy adventure novels. If you like headstrong heroines, mythological creatures, and a hearty dose of magic and mayhem, then you’ll love Megan Haskell’s thrilling series.


A series that keeps getting better with each installment, The Rebel Apprentice is a gripping novel about choice and sacrifice. I have said it before and I will say it again, Haskell is a talented storyteller whose novels want for nothing. If you enjoy Tamora Pierce’s or Marie V. Snyder’s works, then Sanyare should be on your TBR list.

Sanyare has everything: a strong female lead that is far from a Mary Sue, a colorful cast to aid (or not) her in her journey, a fantastical world created and described expertly by the writer, and gripping storyline filled with enough twists and suspense that will keep you reading until the end. It is multigenre journey that was impossible to put down. You want fantasy? There is fantasy. What about action? You better believe it! Not to mention the touch of romance. Feeling some intrigue? You won’t be disappointed.

I genuinely cannot recommend this series enough. It is everything I wanted from a novel and then some. I look forward to reading more from Haskell.

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