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Now that Rose knows she's the crown princess, Rynnaia, and also the prophesied Ryn, she sets out with her "brother" Kinley, Knight Julien, his older brother, younger sister, Erielle, and a few other brave souls to seek the remedy to the Cobeld's curse. Many dangers assail them. Mysteries are undone, and important things are realized.
I'm left breathlessly wondering what will happen next! This is a great fantasy series, with a Christian allegory ever present, plenty of adventure, and a good amount of beautiful romance. I appreciate Serena Chase putting in little lessons about pride, especially since our main character is "The Ryn", quite a popular figure. Also, the romance was sweet, though a bit more mature than in THE RYN I believe. Erielle developed even more in this book, and I'm so excited to read more about her. Oh, and Cazian the pirate. I'm so intrigued by his strange behavior. And Erielle's green eyes, :) :D THE SEAHORSE LEGACY is going to be epic I think! :)
A complaint... A few times I felt that Rynnaia was revered a bit too much. She's only human after all. Appointed the Ryn by the First, able to do all this stuff because of Him, given all her gifts and abilities by Him. None of it she attained herself. And while this is said clearly in the book, I still felt she was revered too much at times. The pride scene did help me feel better about that. But (SPOILER ALERT!!!!!!) when she "defeats" Cobeld, who I assume represents Satan?, I was left quite confused. Yes, she did it only through The First (God), but still, people said, "You defeated Cobeld". Which only God can do. Our only hope of "defeating" Satan, is through Christ living in us. Him. He's the only one who can destroy evil.
Anyway, overall it was an amazing read. I love the magical, whimsical, fae, fairy feel. Yes, lots of words that mean basically the same thing. But I just felt I had to use them all in order to convey how lovely this storyworld really is. I love fairytales!!! THE RYN, THE REMEDY, and THE SEAHORSE LEGACY are all supposed to have perhaps multiple fairytale retellings woven into their lines. So THE REMEDY was grand. I felt it portrayed a Christian allegory in a very good, beautiful way for the most part. Very lovely as well.
As I mentioned maybe a few times, I'm so excited to read THE SEAHORSE LEGACY. This series is enthralling, people. If you like fantasy, Christian allegories, fairytales, adventures... you should really try it out! :)
Everything was here—danger, romance, a quest, a test of faith, a possible betrayal – I could go on – and I loved the way Serena Chase intertwined these all together in the story. She also did an excellent job of foreshadowing at the next two books in the series. It lent just the right air of mystery, and while I already planned to read the next book, I am even more compelled to do so now.
There were a couple of times that I wanted to shake some sense into Rynnaia, but, at the same time, it felt realistic. She made mistakes & grew from them, and I really relate to her because of that.
Just a little side note that made me happy - no love triangle popped up! I was so beyond glad because I loved the relationship between Rynnaia and Julien – so romantic, but realistic at the same time. He is one of my major book crushes of the year.
I highly recommend this to both young adults and adults that are looking for a romantic, rich and daring fantasy. I can hardly stand the wait for Book 3!!!
I fell in love with this series. It is a unique epic fantasy that is based on Christian beliefs. Although the author never comes right out and identifies anything Christian, anyone who knows their Bible will be able to see the parallels in this series. To me, that is one of the things that make it extra special. Instead of magic and witchcraft, Serena Chase proves that great Christian fantasy can be written. This is one of the best series I have read. I will definitely be reading the next two books in the series. This series is suitable for mid teens and older, because it does have violence in it, but doesn't have bad language or sexual situations.
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