One companion (that could be controversial) would be Luka Lowe. Even though he his a rival racer, throughout the entire story he is there looking out for and helping Adele. Even though he is racing against her and wants to succeed over her, he helps her out quite a bit in the story. “Don’t trust your guard dog too much. I saw him slip a little something into your soup.”
In my opinion Yaels lowest point was when she had to use a personal tragedy to keep someone away from her. She climbed out of this pit by keeping him away from her truth. "Flinging the dead’s name like a weapon was a low move, but it worked."
The hero is resurrected when she begins to lose in the race. She wins the race as a result of her resurrection. The quest is completed by going out and doing as she was trained and win the race. This book illustrated it by using incredible detail and wording.
We love stories like these because it ignited that sense of adventure that is in all of us. We see what we want to be and do in literature.
The ending left me ready for a sequel. I have learned that no matter how tough it gets to always fight for your goals. I chose this book because the topic and time period have always been interesting to me. I loved the book. It was full of suspense and drama but also had some historical value in it as well. Yes I would recommend it if you like history and action.