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Tremble: A Fantasy Adventure Based in Filipino Folklore (Terraway Book 2) Kindle Edition
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This was a much faster read and I'm glad I didn't find this series while it was still being written because I think I would have driven to MI and stood outside of her house until she published book 3. I still love how Twomey has developed her characters and I love th e diversity of the characters. Everyone is still unique with great back stories.
My only problem (and this is with the gift of hindsight since I'm on book 5 now) is that every man she has a relationship with is incredibly abusive. She is kind and brave and long suffering and those great qualities make her a perpetual victim. When the men she loves strike at her, the go for the kill and it makes the love they claim to have for her seem so fake. Love doesn't try to hurt you the way the men in her life do. I makes me sad that she will end up with one of them.
These books, which are largely free of grammatical and typographical errors, must be read in sequential order, and are worth every penny.
[Oh, and this book, in an apparent nod to her children, mentions wombats!]