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- Print Length: 369 pages
- Publisher: Kuumba Publishing (October 12, 2017)
- Publication Date: October 12, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B074D59NQ2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #367,963 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Oh my word, this three part story has been amazing. Loved the first book, only liked the second but this third book has been out of this world. I didn't stop reading it once i started and to say i have a muzzy head is an understatement. I have a proper book hangover!!
This was a fast paced and an exciting read with everything from love, hate, jealousy, evil plots, wicked idiots, betrayal, a fight to beat a pending prophecy and in-between all this there are moments of laugh out loud humour .
All the characters are strong and detailed both good and evil. We learnt more about the main characters and even more about the others. This was an easy read with great story building and descriptions without being over detailed or too repetitive.
The story comes to a satisfactory ending but not before great battles, sad losses, lots of spells, plenty of fabulous shifters and all through this, Assefa and Sanura try to get their relationship sorted.
I cannot recommend this enough, i thoroughly thoroughly enjoyed this final epic story.
Please let there be more of this series.........
Assefa and Sanura are trying to finalize their bond but there is war going on around them. This line of paranormal books has it all - love, deception and action. The action does not stop in this book and you will be routing for Assefa and Sanura the entire time. Every fallback will have you on edge until the last minute. Highly recommended!
I am leaving a voluntary review for an advanced reader copy.
As the title implies, this book is the one where lies are revealed. N.D. Jones does a fantastic job of balancing the past influences on our main characters with their present day fears, failures, achievements and love. In fact, she makes the reader feel the love between Assefa and Sanura in a way that’s real, lasting…and threatened, so that you end up holding your breath in the hopes that they will find victory, which isn’t guaranteed.
All bonds are tested—friends, families, mates and familiars. Sanura’s character is a better woman than I am, because she proves herself much more forgiving than me, and more quickly forgiving at that. Assefa’s personal demons must be faced, and while I think the premise for his long absence from his witch a bit thin, it still holds merit considering his character’s fears, and I appreciate that he was the one that set about his own healing once he realized what he had to lose. Oddly enough I’m much more forgiving of the water witch of legend than the cat of legend, primarily because her inner conflict is completely understandable to me, but my disappointment in the one only emphasizes how ‘real’ these characters have been crafted to be.
One extremely minor ‘criticism’ for the formatting of this story. Near the end, the author inserts images in order to illustrate her vision. I’d have preferred the images to be in an appendix of some sort, and for her to have trusted her readers to create their own image, and to trust her own words, which were fluid and descriptive and more than good enough to convey the vision she wanted.
Romances have a happy ending. I wasn’t certain if this one would—there were several ways this story could have ended, including the continuation of the series into ‘the next generation’. It’s a testament to Ms. Jones’ skill that I was so worried for the outcome of her characters and, until it happened, I couldn’t be sure just what would happen.
Ms. Jones is taking the secondary characters of this book and creating stories for them, too. I will be the first in line to buy those books. If you enjoy paranormal romance as much as I do, you will not want to miss the Death and Destiny trilogy.
I received an ARC copy for an honest review.
I was fortunate to receive an ARC from the author. This is my honest, voluntary review.
There was a lot of dark and delicious stuff going on, but it's hard for me to write a review without spoiling it for other readers. The few twists and turns that I did not see coming, made for some intense reading. Assefa and Sanura totally rocked! They strengthened their bond, and kicked some asses along the way.
All I can say is that there is more magic, more violence...and more love. Which culminated in a great ending.
5 literally flaming stars!
Having never read anything by this author I wasn't sure what to expect especially as I was starting on book 3 of a series but I loved this book, the author had a great way of holding your attention and refusing to let go until the last page, I will certainly be catching up with the rest of the book in this series.
I voluntarily reviewed an advanced copy of this book.