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She has written the November Snow characters into my soul. November embodies goodness, a tall order for a vampire, but Manay’s true skill shines through Luka Lazzari, one of the most complex characters I have had the pleasure to read. Love him, hate him, love him again—Manay’s portrayal of Luka’s centuries-long journey blossoms in the final chapter of November Snow’s story.
I have read She Dies at the End, She Lights up the Dark, and She Sees in Her Sleep twice each. I’m looking forward to reading She Marches Through Fire for a second time on March 28 because I want to spend time with November, Luka, Nigel, Zinnea, and the others. I miss them! (And by the way, I don’t usually read vampire/paranormal/supernatural books!)
I will repeat what I have said in the past: A.M. Many is the real deal, and she will be a household name.
Oh, how I love to hate to love Luca! lol! The author truly brought justice to this character, and I am thrilled with how justice was served. He is such a dynamic character with so many rivets to his personality, but the core of him is solid, and very few bothered to reach that core. Raina and November did, and through them, we were able to better understand him.
November...oh, how I both hated and loved her journey and fate. I don't like to giveaway spoilers, so I will control how I describe things. The author did a marvelous job in showing the growth of this character through the three books. In this book, November has accepted her fate and runs toward it as fast as her poisoned body will allow her to. At the same time, she struggles with her emotions - what they mean, how to face them, and whether to accept or reject them. I absolutely loved how the author handled this character. And as much as I hated the "almost ending," I also could not imagine it having ended any other way. It was the only logical solution and had to be done, but it still hurt like hell.
Ilyn... I always hated him in the other books, but his ghost and past life redeemed him just a little bit for me. Lol! Those scenes were so tender and brought both peace and angst to November. The author was brilliant in the "jump" that was made (not giving it away). That was not expected and added so much depth to the story line.
I hope that this is not the end of November Snow. I hope there are more adventures coming, but if it is the end of the series, it was an AMAZING series, and I am already telling others to read it! :-)
A.M. Manay proves that she is a master at creating an amazing story with a host of different characters, each with a very distinctive personality. The storyline has modern day scenarios except that instead of human beings, werewolves, fairies and vampires take the stage. I found the in-depth portrayal of these supernatural creatures particularly fascinating.
For someone who is reading Book 3 it would be helpful to read the previous stories to fully tie all the threads together. But the book can be read as a standalone and there is a list of principal characters at the beginning of the book that helps the reader understand who’s who.
Another superb story by this talented writer that will keep lovers of the supernatural genre well entertained!
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