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- Publication Date: April 1, 2016
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01DR5TME4
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This is the second book in the Sedona Files series I've read. The first one was the most recently published Falling Angels. After reading Falling Angels, I was absolutely hooked and knew reading the rest of the series was an absolute must! I was not at all misguided in that knowledge. Bad Vibrations was excellent and I am more hooked on the series than I was before. I enjoyed seeing how it all started. Having begun reading the series with book #5, I enjoyed finally reading about Otto and at least part of his history with this group of individuals thrust together (and bonded) by bizarre circumstances. The characters in the book were dynamic and colorful. Both Persephone and Paul have distinct personalities (that's not to say that the others don't, this just wasn't their story so I'm not going to focus on them). Both have come to know living outside what is publicly accepted as normal and acceptable all too well. Persephone has been plagued for 20 years, since she was 12, by Otto, her spirit guide (and a faux-16th Century Eunuch). Paul is an astrophysicist who believes in UFOs, costing him a promising future as a tenured professor at his university. Now both Paul, with two masters degrees, and Persephone, who also has an advanced degree, find themselves doing work the majority of the world considers a joke (her as a full-time psychic and him authoring novels and becoming a figurehead in the UFO community). They are thrown together without any read explanation by the promptings (or demands) of Otto. One thing I particularly like about this series so far, is that the characters aren't just a bunch of young 20-somethings falling headlong into a passionate romance or middle-aged individuals getting a second chance at love. This book was a great reflection of what is becoming more and more prevalent in today's society: waiting until later on to settle down and get married (with Persephone being 32). Another thing I particularly enjoyed about this book was Christine Pope's treatment of what it means to be psychic. It is very clear that Persephone (and all psychics) only have certain abilities (though she has far more power than she is aware of). They are not all seeing or infallible. They can be wrong or miss things. They have faults and insecurities and fears. They are, quite simply put, human. It makes it that much easier to relate to Persephone's character. And that really applies to all of the characters. They all have their own quirks and shortcomings, strengths and weaknesses, all-too-human personalities and characteristics. And, at the end of the day, they are a community, albeit a bit unconventional, that looks out for one another (despite Persephone and Paul being new to the fold). It makes them an endearing bunch. Overall, I think this book is an excellent book to what I believe will prove to continue to be an enthralling series. The story line is intricate and keeps you guessing. I found myself surprised on multiple occasions while journeying through this book. The book concludes with a HEA ending for Persephone and Paul and does not have a cliffhanger. I will warn you however, the book has the potential to pull you into the series as a whole and not let you go easily when it's done. I, for one, am excited at the prospect of plunging into book 2: Desert Hearts.
In the Legacy, Ms. Morgan vividly describes a world like no other and brings you into this world as if you were really there with her amazing and descriptive writing. Once we are in the enchanting world of Pemdas, we learn secrets about Reece Bryant that not only leave her speechless but the readers as well.
Morgan also has found a way to interweave the current world we live in with the brilliance of what earth's 18th century and she does it without fail. Her writing his brilliant, her characters will make you think that they are you true family. Although, I developed a 'crush' on the emperor's son, Levi, I have to say, Harrison is MY MAN! And Don't get me started on the majestic horses that will blow your mind! Not only this, but wait until it gets dark in Pemdas and Morgan draws you in with her exceptional writing skills and you can see the lands glisten at night. (WOW)
If you enjoy reading a book filled with adventure, aliens, classic and a realistic slow building romance that gives you that 'tingly' feeling as a reader, strong and honorable gentlemen, a strong heroine, you will love this book!
Kudos, S. L. Morgan! I'm onto reading the next book in your series, "The Uninvited..." What will happen to my new favorite fictional family and friends on the adventure in that book? So many amazing books in this series, but Morgan is my favorite author now.
Thank you for such a wonderful masterpiece!
So, my reviews are below in the in which they were read.
Bad Vibrations by Christine Pope
Fantastic read, well written, I really enjoyed this adventure with Persephone & Paul.
Pisces by Rachel Medhurst
Although, I had high hopes for this story because the concept seemed good, it just fell flat for me. I didn't really like this one. It was a bit confusing & to contradictory.
Beyond the Veil by Pippa DaCosta
This one hit all the right buttons. Muse was a great character, even if she was constantly getting in to trouble. And talk about picking the wrong men..
Bitter Ashes by Sara C. Roethle
Dark, strange, with just a touch of magic.. okay a lot of magic. Loved the humor in this one too. Definitely, one of my favorites.
Deception by Stacy Claflin
A teen book. Had a few typos & was a little rushed, overall it was a good read.
The Legacy of the Key by S.L. Morgan
A great adventure. Reese & Levi most definitely made this story a gem. Oh & let's not forget Harrison, proving that everyone has that one friend(or alien) that is always the comedian.
Nolander by Becca Mills
Definitely strange & wild, this read will have all the hairs on your neck standing at attention. As Beth found out, sometimes you are stronger than you think.
The Girl In Between by Laeken Kemp
This one is a little slow in places, but I just couldn't put it down. Interesting & intriguing read.
Rune Gate by Mark E. Cooper
I really liked this murder mystery & then drops the traveler from a different world. Not your normal murder mystery, a must read though. And of course it has cliffhanger.... Another one of my favorites.