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Sacrifice: A Dark YA Urban Fantasy (Daughters Of Lilith Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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A teen finds out she isn't who or what she thinks she is, Her Loving father, not her real Dad?? Then suddenly she find there is an entire faction that want her dead, and yea keep up those High School grades and drama... A boyfriend That HATES her kind, yet loves her? The Cheerleader Drama queen who becomes a ally and then enemy then ally again? Add in supernatural demons and military type force determine to deal with her or kill her. The trust of an Angel, and the soul of a small child . Top it with another just like her that was the first trial of the experiment her 'Dad' has raised her under who tries to get her out, but keeps helping her when needed. When the demons can be trusted more then the humans then something is wacky, or is the human a demon in control of a human mind?
The 4 books work and flow well between them and I would love the author to consider coming back in a 5 year gap to pick it up and carry on the story for both the small child's view of who family is, how has the leadership change effected the war they are fighting, does love prevail?
Jennifer Quintez writes a series you don't stop and review book one and then think about reading book 2 someday, no you get back online and grab it as soon as you finish.. take my word for it save yourself the longon at 3 am and just buy them all now..
The good news is, everything that made me like this series from Thrall is still in full force in this work. Braedyn is still an awesome heroine who carries the story on her shoulders, the setting is well-conveyed, the mythology is well-developed, and the writing style has, if anything, only improved. On the downside, it was once again a bit predictable, although less so than Incubus. My biggest complaint is that there's a certain lack of resolution as the book concludes. Incubus left us with the gate between worlds supposedly opened, but as Sacrifice progresses, that doesn't seem to mean much and the ending leaves us with a sort of 'okay, now the gate between worlds is open and the final battle is coming--for real this time'. It's not fair to say that Sacrifice ends with Braedyn right back where she started at the beginning, as there are indeed some important developments for her personally and for the arc of the war, but it still sort of feels that way.
But then, I suppose sometimes it's the journey, not the destination, and I enjoyed this latest installment in Braedyn's journey. If you've enjoyed Thrall and Incubus, then you will too. If you haven't read them, then by all means, give Thrall a try!
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I was so lucky that I was able to start book 3 right after the second one, because I could not put it down.Read more