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Burnt Devotion (Imdalind Series Book 5) by [Ethington, Rebecca]
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About the Author

Eileen Stevens is a voice-over actress living and working in New York City. Her voice can be heard on cartoons, promos, English as a Second Language programs, and audiobooks. She currently is the voice of Iris on "Pokemon "and a frequent audiobook narrator. In addition, she s directed and produced audiobooks for over six years. Stevens is also a graduate student in speech language pathology at Hunter College.

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  • File Size: 1343 KB
  • Print Length: 346 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0991431391
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Imdalind Press (March 22, 2015)
  • Publication Date: March 22, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00SIBGA9I
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Burnt Devotion was intended as a bonus novella dedicated to the story of Wyn and Thom. While a majority of the book does back track, the plot does move forward with some interesting and heart stopping twists. I have seen some complain that this book wasn’t strictly necessary, and while that may be true for the first 50% of the book, I still loved getting to see these events through the eyes of the secondary characters that I love so much.

Burnt Devotion begins at the point in time of Joclyn healing Wyn’s curse. When reading Soul of Flame, I had fervently wished to know more about Wyn and Thom. There seemed to be so much left unsaid, and I found myself wanting to know more. Ms. Ethington answers all of those burning questions with Burnt Devotion, and I was thrilled to delve deeper into Wyn. Even though the events have already occurred, they feel entirely new and different when told from a different perspective. I still remember while reading SOF, wondering about the trek Wyn, Thom, Dramin, Sain and Ryland made to the cave. I wanted to see how they made it there with basically three invalids, and Ms. Ethington did not disappoint. I loved seeing Wyn’s power as well as her inner conflict.

However, I must admit that with the time between these books, and the switch between POV and timelines, I did start to get a little confused. After the first few chapters, I ended up putting Burnt Devotion aside and re-read Soul of Flame. It helped tremendously to have the timeline fresh in my mind, and I had the bonus of reading Soul of Flame again! I will never tire of reading about Joclyn and Ilyan.

In Burnt Devotion, we also get the POV of Ryland and Ovalia as well. The first couple of chapters from Ryland were difficult.
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I have read this series from the beginning and have read those books multiple times because I love the plot. I feel that this book could have been left out of the series and possibly been a novella. The first 50% of the book is a recap of Soul of Flame from mostly Wyn's pov. I'm not a fan of recaps only if the information im getting from the recap was different or explained something that needed to be explained from the other book. In my opinion I didn't really learn anything earth shattering new from those different point of views. We had concluded from Soul of Flame that Wyn was having a hard time trying to come to grips with her memories being restored. We also knew that Ryland was going crazy and that his father had him under his control. I felt a recap wasn't necessary for us to learn some of the information. You could skip the first 50% of the book and not miss anything. I'm not really looking forward to the last book if it's written anything like this book, with the recap and unnecessary information.
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I liked this book!

I almost wish we had this as part of the last book. While it does backtrack some, I think many readers will enjoy some critical new information from other characters POV. I did flip through a few pages-parts that were Tuesday spoiler clips ect. I enjoyed the way she wrote this book. It did feel more direct, focused, and had heart. There are a few twists in there, and that ending!...omg woot! Ok, now no major spoilers here, just how the book was laid out and my thoughts overall.

The Wyn part of the story is part of the backtracking. I personally felt it was really cool to feel her trying to find herself. It is stated many times, but I feel it pertained to the situation. Some may or may not like that. I personally, have found Wyn harder to follow. I liked reading her more in Jos's POV and in the first book and parts of two. I'm sure I'll be in the minority here.

Ryland I also skipped parts because I read them in spoilers. I feel in the future I will skip such large chunks in teaser Tuesdays on her Facebook :P While he gained something, he felt...slightly still weak after he attained it? or crazy? However, the points he does make were very valid and important. I had this dueling feeling while reading it, and I think some of that was from reading it as a spoiler, and then revisiting it through Wyn, and Joss. Make sense? We needed to see this side of him and feel his thoughts. Personally, while I love him, I felt he had this thing with second in command (not spoiling) that seemed super quick. I did like how he viewed Joss after the fact, toward the end of the book, and I felt this is 'right' where he should be. It felt like part of old Ryland. It was sad to hear why and what he did along the way, but we capture why he had done it.
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Loved, loved, loved it! I don't know really what I could add that others haven't already. I'm a huge fan of this series and Burnt Devotion continued to fuel my fire! I will admit that I was a little disappointed when I realized it was basically a recap of the last book only told from other character POVs; HOWEVER, while reading the first chapter I realized I was going to get so much more. This book really completes Soul of Flame - offering the reader a comprehensive understanding all characters and motives. I found my self engulfed by the story as if it were all new (and there are new chapters that covers their arrival in Prague so you have that to look forward to). Then, there is the ending. Holy cow! That alone was worth purchasing this book.
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