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Final Solstice is an exciting story, swirling with weather patterns and unearthly beings. But it’s also the story of a family, particularly Mason and his son Gabe. Mason doesn’t know that unknown forces at work, not only with the weather, but also closer to home.
While Final Solstice was an excellent science fiction/fantasy, my favorite David Sakmyster story is Blindspots. It’s a great psychological thriller. With intense action and surprising plot twists. Mr. Sakmyster makes the reader his own until the shocking finish.
I received this book free in exchange for an honest review.
With the same relentless pace of the author's Morpheus thrillers, and a detailed and interesting take on druidic magic, this is a book full of powerful characters with their own aims and desires - and there's some help from beyond the veil too, as our main good guys realise their whole past and future is being manipulated, and must draw on everything they know, and plenty they don't fully understand.
I have never really enjoyed thunderstorms and Final Solstice may have ruined them for me for a long time more. There is magic in a well-written book. Final Solstice is full of that kind of magic and also the ancient Druid kind. Mason is a great meteorologist, but he is entirely unaware of what else he is. Avery Solomon knows and his company seeks to use it. I loved the descriptions of storms and the memories awakened. This was a truly enjoyable read.