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Redeemer (Night War Saga) (Volume 3) Paperback – September 20, 2017
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When Defender, the second in the series, ended, I was shocked, as I am sure most readers were. The sense of closure for the second book was ripped away and a whole new set of questions and problems was revealed. Lucky for us, this third installment starts right where the second ended, giving us the exact moment to jump right back in and wonder what in the world would happen next. As with the entire series, I adore Allie. Any young woman thrust into the situations she faced would be just as terrified and doubtful, yet Allie takes it in stride and allows herself to freak out and then keeps going. I loved that her emotions ring true for what someone would feel in the situation. She was not raised a warrior and her hesitancy and emotions allow the reader to better connect with her. Her humor and internal dialogue are some of my favorite parts in the series. I appreciated that Allie stayed true to herself in the end, even when it would have been much easier and understandable to take a different path.
Redeemer takes the reader on a world jumping adventure. We go to so many different places and experience so many different things. This book was fast paced and that pace sets the tone of urgency. Allie, her protectors, and the many other characters that have become vital to the story experience love, loss, and war in this book. There is so much happening and it all wraps up brilliantly. The pace, humor, and true grit of this book makes it my favorite in the series. Situations and decisions are hard and this group bands together to do whatever it takes to save the worlds they know and love. I am sad to see Allie and her protectors go, but this trilogy is complete, leaving me with a sense of satisfaction and fondness!
It's finally here. THE DAY. The rollercoaster of finality. As you go towards it, you start to sweat. Your hands are clammy. Your stomach starts doing somersaults. Your legs are weak. You're shaky. It's finally time for you to get on.
You climb in. You put your seatbelt on. They come through and they check to make sure that you have your seatbelt on and that it's TIGHT. You leave and you start climbing. higher. Higher. HIGHER. Then the first dip. Everyone is screaming with delight. you have this huge smile on your face. You even get excited seeing your daughters name on this roller coaster! You dip down, then up again. You're thinking that this is great. What were you worried about in the first place? It was everything you imagined it would be.
Then you get to another spot and you find yourself climbing higher than even the first time. Now you're getting really concerned. You see that not only do you drop, but there is a corkscrew turn and now you're upside down. Now all of a sudden, you're not sure if you want to be on this ride. you think... what was I thinking? But you're on this ride. The only way to get off is to go to the end. You drop again. You're upside down again. You're crying. Sobbing. You don't think you can keep going.
But you have to.
After those dips and turns, you come to the best part and now all of a sudden, the crying and intense feelings you feel about this ride are now good feelings. But if you hadn't have gone through the really hard parts, you wouldn't value the ending as much.
You finally get off that ride. You are feeling lightweight. Weak. Euphoric even. You must sit down and think about this ride. You wonder, should I go on it again?
This is a love story with the Norse mythology woven through it. There are dragons, elves, trolls, and all of the stuff that makes for a good adventure story of good vs. evil. It is very interesting in how the authors wove into the story what is going on in our environment. It makes the story so much more personal and relevant. The ending is one that you do not really see coming but you will love it. No spoilers, you want to be surprised.
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