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Picking up where the first book left off, our heroine Michelle has decided to remain in Starrs as the Goddess, swamped by duties of preparing for the Six Moons set to destroy Starrs. And boy is that ride not pretty.
I found myself most drawn in during the tournaments, being a fan of action and conflict, but what really drew me in was the allusions to Gediyon's past. He was and still is my favorite character in the series because of his loyalty, calm demeanor and his mental strength despite his splintered memories, and there is still so much that I want to know about him. He pleases me to pieces.
Michelle as a character has really begun to grow on me. She's really beginning to come into her own self, and I hope that she continues to mature a bit more. Jayse and his imposter have many ties to her that carry throughout the story, and continue to provide thorough support. And Dreana has now become more of a main character.... But I'm not sure yet how I feel about her personality and her feelings for Gediyon. It seemed a bit out of nowhere. But I'm certain there is more to them waiting to be uncovered.
And the ending of this book... Oh my GOSH, the last forty pages will completely tear everything on its head. I won't say how. But it's a literal page turner! I'm looking forward to the final book soon!
I still felt the same way in the first half of An Eclipsing Autumn. All cute and such, Aveyond-like feel, even though Michelle was kidnapped by a mutated flying iguana. I perked up when she met the Prince Impostor though. Ha! He didn’t die. I calmly sailed through their time at the temple in Dissett. I appreciated the explanation the Saechin gave Michelle since I didn’t know what the heck was so important about the Cycle of the Six Moons, Pesaeton and the roles of Jayse and Michelle. At least, Pesaeton was not evil for evil’s sake or he was not a megalomaniac (unlike some other people…). *snorts* I wasn’t even that bothered with what happened at Tyrique even though blood and guts were flying everywhere.
But the third part? The third brought it all home, where you could say Wow! It sure escalated fast. While the action and adventure of the story took me through twists and turns, it was the characters themselves that took me by surprise. Everything what I think I knew about the characters changed. Michelle’s role as goddess continued to evolve. Jayse took in a much larger role. Gediyon’s past continued to haunt him. Michelle’s brother surprisingly wasn’t just tripping around. And the Prince Impostor, my Prince Impostor, wherefore art thou….?
The seriousness that I wanted, when everything hangs in the balance, when there’s no hope in the horizon, when the stakes are up… I finally found it in the third part of the book!
*I don’t like Dreana. I’m sure she has a tragic backstory to explain why she is the way she is now, but, boohoo, I still don’t like her. Stay away from Gediyon! I thought her character would be like Isabella, from Dragon Age, but whereas I ultimately liked Isabella, Dreana was like… I don’t know, something about her just gets on my nerves.
*Prince Impostor… WHY!?!
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