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“Madness—that old, dear friend of mine—has come home for a visit. And I welcome its return with open arms.”
In this third installment in The Collector's Society series, Alice of Wonderland must act fast in order to save those closest to her. Things become more dangerous as the members of the society uncover more truths, and unexpected information comes forth about those who have acted against them and seek to do more harm.
It's up to Alice and her people to find more answers and to save timelines in danger of being destroyed. Though the odds are against them, the fight has become personal and Alice will stop at nothing to keep those she cares about safe and unharmed.
“To follow blindly is to yield possession of your own compass.”
This is such a special and creative series, I cannot think of anything else out there like it! I love Lyon's interpretations of characters and stories from classic novels that we are already familiar with. I love the idea that characters have a hidden story outside that which we see, a very unique retelling/new creation.
In this book we got lots more answers as to who was deleting the timelines and how, now we just need the why. Whenever I read this series I always find myself wanting to run off and read or reread classic stories mentioned within. My favorite character is Grimsdyke the spider; if he wasn't a spider I would hug the crap out of that little creature. If only we could all have a cool spider assassin to keep us company wherever we went.
Action packed and thrilling from the very first page, this is a series you cannot miss out on! The ending was crazy! I cannot wait to read the next book.
“If this isn't a fairy tale, then I don't know what else to call it.”
These are just five of the words that are descriptive of The Forgotten Mountain. Author Heather Lyons delivers an intricate continuation of The Collectors’ Society tale. While I feel that the book is a bit longer than necessary, I still find it very enjoyable.
Most of this book takes place within an unexplored timeline. Although interesting, I miss the connections to the Society as a whole. I do enjoy the level of action, at times, within this adventure. I am bothered by a certain a plot device. While it moves the story toward a certain goal, it makes no sense for a team that is usually technologically prepared.
The characters, as always, are fascinating. I am particularly enamored with the Twelfth Wise Woman. The usual characters remain complex and entertaining. Among them, I am most impressed with Jack Dawkins, the Artful Dodger. Lyons does an amazing job developing this character, and she truly brings a three-dimensional quality to him.
It is safe to say that the cliffhanger at the end of this book is mind-numbing. It will not soon leave my mind. 4 1/4 stars
MORE... I MUST have more immediately!!! Where to begin with this book? This will take you for one hell of a rollercoaster ride of emotions. Some of the plot is easily foreseeable but I promise you that the gut wrenching, e-reader flinging cliffhanger will blindside even the best plot guesser. As always Ms. Lyons has a magical way of not only infusing each character with attributes, hangups, quirks and such depth that it is impossible to not find yourself falling in love with and/or rooting for the demise of the people who populate these amazingly intricate and detailed worlds. This book finds us wading through the ever shifting, not fully tangible, sometimes downright improbable, magical realms of Fairytales.
"This woman, this queen who battles giants for me, saves me from fairy tale villains, granted me a title. She is my fairy tale, come to life."
I love her writing style and of course I adore her characters. The premise and plot twists are unique as well as attention grabbing and keep you firmly in the book's gravitational pull until the very last word. I won't go into too much detail for fear of revealing too much of the plot but it is extremely difficult to not root for the romantic unions in this book (as is a pattern with all of Ms. Lyons books). She can write one hell of a love story (and don't get me started with the love triangles which normally I shy away from)!They are fierce, poignant, beautifully humanly flawed, and unbelievably swoon worthy.
"True love is exactly what she warned us it would be: strength and fragility all at once. True love can fortify a person or it can shatter them mindlessly. We who experience it, truly feel it in the depths of our bones and the strands of each hair, often allow it to color our field of vision."
I love her writing style and of course I adore her characters. The premise and plot twists are unique and demand your full attention while keeping you firmly in their gravitational pull until the very last word. It will undoubtedly have you second guessing all you believed to be true.
"Despite its connotations, sure is a relative, fluid term at best. One can be sure at any given moment and then riddled with doubt seconds later. One can be sure that the leap into the unknown is the best course of action, only to rue it the moment hard, rocky bottom is struck."