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Eternity of Vengeance: Book 7 of the Heku Series Paperback – January 27, 2011
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T.M. Nielsen doesn't necessarily consider herself an author. She's an every-day woman who had a story to tell. Never intending to let anyone else read it, she decided to put it all down on paper. What she ended up with is a fascinating tale filling 8 books full of drama, adventure, action, romance, and excitement. When asked why she decided to publish, she stated, "I want for others to be able to forget about problems in life and to lose themselves in my world... the world of the heku. While I write, I laugh, cry, grin, gasp, and my heart races. I want others to experience that too." T.M. Nielsen is a computer tech by trade and lives with her husband and two beautiful daughters.
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This book fell short of the other 6 books in the series. For it being the final book, us the readers, are looking for closure with all the relationships in the books and that didnt happen.
It would be awesome to see what T.M. Nielsen could come up with after the shocking ending.... *Spoiler* like how they explain her coming back
Well I guess all you can do is hope that one day she will write another book on Chev and Emily! :)
I hope everyone else has enjoyed this series like I have! I recommend this series to anyone.
A few days after I wrote this review, I learned there was another book coming out, Ancients and Old Ones - book 8. From 3 stars to 4 stars.
I read it as Ive read all the Heku books and it gave the clouser that was needed. Ancients and Old Ones was a great end to the Heku series.
I've read all 7 books and enjoyed them all.
THIS LAST BOOK WAS GREAT!
The two main characters, Emily and Chevalier have had three children. Each child is different and has inherited different traits from their Winchester mother and their Heku father. So there is parenting 101 mixed with the empty nest syndrome a bit earlier than usual as the children are truly grown up as early as 15 years old.
This final book... well, to prepare you for the bad news... Emily dies. And Chevalier turns into an cold-hearted, wrathful Heku.
It is a real adjustment for the Calvary, who are trained by Emily... but also... are her special guards and friends.
Well-written and disturbing at times... due to not being always politically correct on how women are treated and the obvious prejudice against mortals by the Heku... it is interesting to watch the factions of the Heku and how they break their alliances and start attacking each other. Even trusted members in each faction... higher ups... council members and Elders can't be trusted to do what is right. With a lack of trust, what will happen?
You truly won't be disappointed when you read this book. It is a long book full of great reading and some really surprising twists in the plot! The entire series was a good read!
While this was the end of a series of 7 books... this world could be revisited again if the author cared to do so.
I'd read more by this author.
There were a few more misspellings and misused words in this book... but still not enough to distract from the enjoyment of the reading.