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- Publication Date: October 6, 2017
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A worthy addition to the series and a good read. You definitely want to read the first two (and the freebie prequels). Now on to book 4!
If you have read the first two I would highly recommend reading the third book.
Watching the turmoil Rachel goes through trying to reconcile an alliance with the Raknoth and Jarek being severely injured and acting like the Raknoth are his "buddies" puts Rachel in an even fouler mood than usual.
What I do like, unlike Rachel, is the alliance between the humans and the Raknoth. I think the way Jarek and Drogan get along is...well...kinda comical, in a dark way. It would be nice but weird to see a symbiosis between these two species. And, that will take a lot of trust.
But, some do come together to fight a common enemy and find they work better together than alone. But will it be enough? Will they be able to hold off the Rakul coming their way? They've already found out the hard way that fighting one was hard. How will they fight eleven more? What will happen with their Enochian friends after this ordeal? These are some questions I'll be chomping at the bit waiting to read in the next book.
Luke Mitchell has outdone himself in this book. I'm really looking forward to what he can do in the next.
I was given an ARC for an honest review. My opinions are truly my own.
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