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Umbrae (The P.A.W.S. Saga Book 3) Kindle Edition
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The story has several intriguing side plots. We learn the origin of werecats. We follow Miri's family members as they get caught up in the Nazi persecution of Jews in World War II. We see inside a sheltered community in Israel. And, the world of Umbrae is shown to be a wondrous and scary place.
I enjoyed seeing the characters, good and evil. Finny, the cat, is fun, devoted, and willing to travel around the world and into Umbrae to help her friends. The Tegs sisters, Stella and Morgana, scare me and prove a challenge to several of our heroes. The Rabbi, Rav Shmuel, is complex. I'm not sure how I feel about him and his rules. Each character contributes to the story of Miri, her past, and her future.
This has been another strong entry into the story arc of the P.A.W.S. series. I can't wait to read the next. This story is suitable for all ages. I would say the readers most likely to enjoy the story are those who want to read about young people meeting challenges, with talking cats, owls, and ancient powers. I think a person could read this book without reading the first two in the series. You would then be interested in going back and reading more about Danny and Miri's connections and the story of Alistair. Everyone rush out and read this book now.
Miri is growing up, and is searching for both the secrets to her family’s past, as well as her boyfriend Danny. Additionally, we learn a lot about the story behind the story. Max and Celia are a major part of this book.
For me, I loved to read this book. It wove together the first two books, as well as the three short stories the author had previously released. I now have a greater understanding of the characters, which is very important to the whole. They are deep characters with rich backgrounds.
The one negative for the book is that it did jump around a bit. I sometimes had a hard time following who was the focus of the section I was reading, but I made it through. This was not a detriment to the book.
All in all, this was another great addition to a strong, well-written, and highly entertaining series. I think you need to read the first books in the series to get the most out of Umbrae, but once you do, you’ll hungrily devour this one as well.
4 of 5 Stars
This was a great book in this series. It was filled with a lot of history of the characters and helped fill in some gaps left open in the other books. As always Miri is a great character and one easy to love. These books always grab me and keep me deeply enthralled, this one was no different. Great story, and great writing. I can not wait to read more in this series.
The book is beautifully written by the author who has done a lot of background study or knows about it. I am now eagerly waiting for the next book.