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My heart kept breaking for Sarah, the heroine. All she wanted was to get away from an abusive ex-husband and keep her child, Jack, safe. I totally relate to the mother-child bond and it was woven throughout the story. There were many times when I was sure the story was going to take a certain turn, then suddenly it presented something new that hadn't occurred to me. I had to put the book down when real-life tasks pulled me away, but I couldn't wait to get back to it. Loved, loved, loved this book! Can't wait for the next.
I'm just gonna say, you know it is a good book when it makes you want to throw it a couple of times.
Path to the Key was very well written and flowed so smooth it had me hooked from the very start. It had such an interesting story that you can't help but to be drawn in. Even with it's flaws you wonder "But what is going to happen next?" I mean, this book is a roller coaster that will leave you exhausted at the end. I wouldn't blame you if you just sat there staring off into space after you finish it with the "deer in headlights" look. Goodness knows I did. Haha.
As much as I hate to say it, there were a few things that left me upset.
I was not happy she ended up with Zander. I kinda liked him the first time they met because he helped her. But the second time they met and he found out that she had been married to his brother, he flipped, grabbed her by the hair and threatened her life. ......later that same night, they end up having sex. and that really made me feel like that wasn't sending a good example especially since she just got out of a abusive relationship. Still sticking to annoyed with them being together farther down the road, Winter helps her, I won't say how, but when Zander comes in, he's not even worried she is crumpled on the floor looking like she'd been through the battle of her life *hint hint* he just snatches her up demanding where *someone* was. She then throws up on him. aaaaaaand then he wants to get sexual with her trying to follow her to the shower.
Are. You. Kidding. Me.
Anyway, xD I really think Winter was my favorite character in all honesty. I mean, the "I am the most powerful witch" every few seconds got really annoying but after she chilled out a bit and stopped saying it so much, she was awesome. As for Sara, she is a puzzle. I like her, I relate. But there is also a part of me that really just wanted to slap her. I think that is why I may like Winter so much. Lol She had finally had enough and told her to hush, listen, and grow up.
I have such a love hate relationship with this book! Lol But I really would recommend it to other supernatural lovers.
I will admit, a few things that happened made me tear up a bit. Even for those I strongly disliked because the pain was so REAL. that is why I say this book like like a roller coaster. You feel every single bit that these characters feel and it leaves you at a loss for words and exhausted that the end.
Keep in mind, this book is a 18 and up book! So if you are 18+ and a supernatural lover I would recommend it.
―Reviews of a fearstreetzombie
I got this copy from the publishers. This, is my honest and voluntary review.
I loved how the story stayed focused and t wash;t all over the place, even with the past being told while the story moved on.
** I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review**
Overall, I rate Path to the Key with 5 Boundless stars.
Plot thoughts: Carefully thought out and executed. Background info is written in flashback mode and builds a foundation for events that take place. Some bits of this book reminds me of Anne Rice's The Witching Hour.
Composition: Well written
Additional Thoughts/Comments: excited to see what comes next!