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- Book 5 of 9 in The Soul Summoner
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- Publication Date : March 27, 2018
- File Size : 5379 KB
- Print Length : 396 pages
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publisher : Inkwell & Quill, LLC (March 27, 2018)
- ASIN : B078RJ8YT4
- Language: : English
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #63,576 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The previous four books in the series are:
1) The Soul Summoner - I gave this book 5 stars.
2) The Siren - I gave this book a high 4 stars.
3) The Angel of Death - I gave this book 5 stars.
4) The Taken - I gave this book a high 4 stars.
From the very beginning, The Sacrifice felt different. The writing style is a bit different. The story felt choppy and there were parts that weren't completely clear. There was some dialogue that I had to read a couple times to make sure I understood what was being said/who it was pertaining to.
I still enjoyed seeing all my favorite characters and there were several parts that I enjoyed but it just wasn't as good as I hoped or have become accustomed to from reading the prior four book. It's hard to put my finger on exactly what it was because it was an overall feel mostly.
I really did not like the ending. I'm really bummed with the direction the story went, especially with how things ended for Azrael, Warren, and Sloan.
Overall, The Sacrifice didn't really work for me. I will still recommend this series because I really love it and think books 1-4 are terrific. Plus, just because I don't like book 5 doesn't mean that others won't.
At the end of the book, it says, "GET THE NEXT BOOK The final story in the first “season” of the Soul Summoner series is coming early summer 2018." I'm not sure where exactly the story will go from here but after the ending of The Sacrifice, I don't think I want to read book 6. I think I might just call it good and end here.
For now, I give book 5, The Sacrifice, 2 -2.5 stars. I might change my mind once I've had time to let go of some of my disappointment but for now my feelings are too raw.
With her fiancé extraordinaire, a friend with a penchant for Velcro patches, a fallen angel, a gung-ho tactical barbie/nemesis, and a hungry hulk, Sloan must deliver her baby, rescue Adrianne Marx, and save the universe before summer starts! There are no second chances; it’s do or die. A pregnant woman with a hot temper and a quick wit is humanity’s last hope.
(I was given this Advance Reader Copy (ARC) in exchange for an honest review. Plus, spoiler-free.)
My favorite group of badasses is back for a final battle! It was a pleasure to revisit my favorite ex-publicist, ex-marine, and ex-cop in an all-out war for world peace. Everyone from The Soul Summoner to The Taken returned with their comedic brilliance in Elicia Hyder’s fifth paranormal contemporary.
Heartrending moments were raw and genuine, and I would’ve thrown my Kindle at the wall if I didn’t have to explain that to the insurance company, lol. The action scenes were visceral and intense; I felt included in the fight while chaos ensued. But the back-and-forth banter entwined in dialogue and monologue—that made this book (and the entire series) a success! Even though I knew all the characters, eL managed further character development and kept chapters flowing with nuances and novelty.
The last third of the book went at warp speed compared to the steady pace of the novel. Still, everything transitioned cohesively even with the fast unravel because the build-up met the resolution and exceeded my expectations. (In other words, the novel didn’t fall flat after breaching the climax.)
The Sacrifice is my favorite of the series! It was hilarious and heartbreaking and suspenseful and romantic. It had me unabashedly laughing out loud in public in every chapter and depleting my tissue box with swoon-worthy moments. This page-turner tested true friendship and love's limits while the clock wound down.
Hero rating: 5 stars
Heroine rating: 5 stars
Writing mechanics (literary elements/devices usage included): 4.8 stars
Plot rating: 4.7 stars
Dialogue rating: 5 stars
Storytelling rating: 5 stars
Story ending rating: 4.9 stars
Sexual tension rating: 3.8 stars
Sex scenes rating: N/A
Sex scenes frequency: 2 stars (not good nor bad, just occurrence rating)
Overall rating: 4.9 stars
Would I recommend this series: Yes.
Would I re-read this series: Yes.
Would I read future books by this author: Yes.
Top reviews from other countries
I would love another book to this series, but I don’t know how that would work.