- File Size: 3689 KB
- Print Length: 388 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: February 22, 2020
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0837XVS7W
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #741,931 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Everything about this book is painstakingly well done, from the romance with Alexander to the heart-pounding action sequences. Price weaves familiar threads in original ways, seamlessly blending beloved YA elements with innovative allure. The book reads like a movie with crisp prose, expert plotting, and epic concepts. It’s immersive and mesmerizing, poetic and polished, a lyrical saga of love and loss and healing.
THE THIRD SUN is an easy five stars. Perfect for fans of Laini Taylor, Leigh Bardugo, Sarah J. Maas, and Cassandra Clare, this book has all the ingredients for rampant obsession.
Unfortunately, though, Ohinyan is a world that's flooded with chaos and conflict. Little does Fia know the adventure she's about to have. This book has everything I love in a fantasy novel: magical beings, political drama, strong world building, and an assortment of well crafted characters. Highly a recommended read.
Noor is awesome and will forever be my favorite. I would continue to read this series JUST to get more of her (thankfully there's so much more than her I like, so even better).
Fia is a human from London who is just floating through life. Her sister passed away, it turned out that her roommate that she thought cared about her had been dating some one else, and she only has one true friend. And to make life even crazier, she is starting to her voices whenever she’s around animals.
On a night that is special to Fia and her sister Sophie, Fia goes to the cemetery to watch the stars in honor of her sister and to keep the tradition alive. What she doesn’t expect is to see the angel that she thinks she’s been seeing lately, much less follow him back to his world through a portal.
Once Fia wakes up in Ohinyan (the world she went to after going through the portal), she realizes that there more to the world then she thinks. The dull world that she lived in is nothing compared to this place with angels, witches, and other people and animals of this place. She also discovers that their world could be coming to an end because their sun is dying which is a natural part of the world’s cycle, but it could also mean that the dark forces can gain power.
Alexander, the angel that Fia kept seeing in the cemetery, is the leader of the angels after the death of his father and feels responsible for inadvertently bringing Fia to his world since she was following him that night when he was traveling back to his world. He top priority (besides trying to figure out what to do about the dying sun) is to get Fia back to her home on Earth, but they both feel this pull to one another. He has all but given up on the thought of having a wife since he is in a high position, but is he willing to let her slip through his fingers when she makes the world so much more vibrant?
During Fia and Alexander’s journey to find a coven of witches that could hold the answers about getting Fia back home, they face many enemies and learn things that could save Ohinyan, and most importantly, Fia might be the answer. Fia becomes friends and makes allies with a handful of people and decides that she will fight for this world that she just found to save innocent people.
Throughout her journey, Fia finds a part of herself that she would have never found on Earth. She’s willing to lay down her life for the greater good even if it means also giving up someone who makes her heart skip a beat and brings her happiness.
This book is beautifully written with its story telling of Ohinyan’s history to the description of the scenery as Fia was traveling and trying to help her new friends to save their families and world. It shows the beauty of life and death and how precious life is, and despite the grim possibility of the future, Alexander and his warriors celebrate the night before the batter to celebrate the little things even if their odds might not be the best.
I highly recommend this book for those who love books of adventure and friendships during tough times. This book will make you find beauty in the small things like being with those you call your family and friends. It’ll have you hanging on the edge of your seat as you follow Fia in her journey of helping Alexander and trying to get home!
*there is also a playlist of songs that I put together on my blog!*
Top international reviews
Strong characters in this book lead us through loss, love and duty which are prevalent in today’s society.
“And if you are safe, then you can build a life together when this is all over”.
Thank you Vicky for a truly endearing book at this challenging time. I was gripped to the last and look forward very much to the next in your trilogy.