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Heritage: Book Three of the Grimoire Saga Kindle Edition
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~ Judi E. Easley for Blue Cat Review
I hope you're keeping up with me on this reading streak I have going here with the Grimoire Saga. This is the perfect series for the COYER Can You Read a Series in a Month Challenge! The books flow together so well. The story line and all its actions keep you going along quickly. The characters are so interesting and you continually find out interesting things about each of them. Secrets galore! No one can keep one forever. A very long time, yes. Forever? No. And now seems to be the time for a lot of old secrets to be exposed in Ourea.
It's certainly time for Kara's secrets to get outed. First, she has a house tour to do so that she understands her family heritage and just what it means. At least she thinks she understands, but she really won't until later when she has to face the reality of her grandfather's legacy and its consequences to her and to those around her.
Braedon works to forgive Princess Aurora while helping her overcome her handicap. But their secret is discovered and the cost is high. Hopefully, the Vagabond can smooth over this mistake. While she's being diplomatic, Braedon tangles with a Sartori sword. Gavin has to make a choice before Braedon can start his recovery. But Braedon's recovery isn't normal. Something else seems to hamper his normally quick healing process. What could be big enough to hamper a royal prince's recovery?
It's time for all of Deidre's secret scheming to come to fruition. She's been moving people around like pieces on a chess board for a while with her isen ability to change form. She's ready to make some of her big reveals, but will they all go her way? Will she reach her goal? Who else will die in her desire for revenge? And is she aimed at the right target? Niccoli says no.
There's a lot going on in Ourea these days. The whole place is on the brink of war. And it seems like there might be a traitor in their midsts. There are still more secrets to uncover. Keep reading this really richly-written series for maximum enjoyment. I'm already well into Book 4, Illusion, the last book of the series.
Overall this is definitely worth picking up, especially if you have read the first two books. The writing is much better, the pace steady, lots of information, even more character development, which adds to the believability of them, and a few interesting twist at the end. Highly recommend.
I don't take to series well. It's mainly because I like when a story can wrap up at the end of one novel, at most two. Sometimes there just isn't enough in a storyline to need more than one or two books or my attention goes to something more interesting and I don't come back to a series. Heritage is proof, to me, that these books are worth sticking around for.
Like the previous installments, this one follows a young woman named Kara, who has been thrown into the world of Ourea. It's even more perilous and complex than when she first entered through a lichgate (magical portal) months before. Boyce does a great job of getting her readers immersed in the world she's created, early on and it only continues to expand. Her characters become more and more complex as well. There's nothing simple about the agendas of the Bloods (royalty). With each turn of the page, a new motivation reveals itself; a new plan is made; twists and turns are abundant.
I can't say too much about the actual events in this book. It'd be too difficult to avoid spoiling it for those who haven't read the previous books. As a fan of this series, I feel that it's moving in a great direction. Book four can't come soon enough. So much happened in Heritage to make it near impossible to tell how this war to unite (or destroy) Ourea will end. With Boyce's writing getting better and better with each book, I only know it's going to be epic.
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