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I loved how the author wrote each character. The story follows Trinity a girl who has been in the covenent orphanage since she was just a couple a days old. Trinity learns that she has a grandmother and that she is in bad health.
Trinity and her cat, Slugger, get into all kinds of mischief and adventure.
Trinity finds out that her family worships the cat goddesses.
This makes for a lot of adventure, action, and the test of will.
The story ended and left me wanting to know more about what is going to happen in the characters lives.
Once I began reading the book, I didn't want to put it down because it is so full of twist and turns, and it was a really good read.
Full Disclosure: I received this product for free or at a discounted price for my honest opinion. I am not under any obligation to provide a positive or 5 star review. This is my honest opinion.
Author: Zoe Kalo
Genre: YA Urban Fantasy/Mythology
Thoughts: Wow…..just wow! I actually had a book hangover after this one. So many twists and turns, my head was spinning (but in a good way). Other than like 2 mysteries that I guessed correctly, almost every piece of the puzzle was a surprise. I absolutely love when that happens!! And the great news is that this isn’t a major cliffhanger but there are still so many questions that were left unanswered that a curious cat like me just has to know! The build-up to the end was masterful, to some it would seem slow until the end but with so many “hints” (that gave nothing away…argh) it was so easy to stay engaged in the story. There were some slow parts and teenage drama but for the most part it I was completely gripped by the story. I didn’t want to put it down (stupid work lol).I loved all the Egyptian Mythology and how it tied into the story. There aren’t that many UF stories out there that have Egyptian Mythology, most are Greek or Celtic. (No complaints, I love those too). The characters were so easy to relate to but it was hard to figure out whom to trust, well, other than Dr. Nassri, she always seemed untrustworthy. But her daughter, Ara, I felt so bad for her and totally understood why she had an attitude at times. Seth, just plain hot (even though he’s a little young for me lol), total sweetheart. I adored Trinity, she’s so utterly clueless since she grew up in a convent but she doesn’t let that stop her from seeking answers. Awesome story and I can’t wait to read the next book to find out what happens next!
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