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Witches Brew: Phantom Queen Book 6 - A Temple Verse Series (The Phantom Queen Diaries) Kindle Edition
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- Book 6 of 11 in The Phantom Queen Diaries
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From the Author
The Temple Chronicles - Ongoing
1. Obsidian Son - B009NNHPIA
2. Blood Debts - B0180YBIYY
3. Grimm - B01L1CM1T8
4. Silver Tongue - B01N9CYNK4
5. Beast Master - B06XCRXVF2
6. Tiny Gods - B072M22BXT
6.5 Daddy Duty - B077ZMX2W9
7. Wild Side - B07576D9M8
8. War Hammer - B077S4GN5C
9. Nine Souls - B07B3FCTHN
10. Horseman - B07G67LDQZ
11. Legend - B07KPCTT5B
Feathers and Fire Series - Ongoing
1. Unchained - B073V4ZG76
2. Rage - B076DGK4T9
3. Whispers - B078Z2VRLK
4. Angel's Roar - B07C98LCZB
5. Sinner - B07JL537X1
Phantom Queen Diaries - Ongoing
1. Whiskey Ginger - B07D5Z3WKL
2. Cosmopolitan - B07D6WQW5D
3. Old Fashioned - B07D6WX9GY
4. Dark and Stormy - B07D6XGH96
5. Moscow Mule - B07J4HG9FN
6. Witches Brew - B07KJCV2CC
- Publication Date : November 27, 2018
- File Size : 2228 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 226 pages
- Publisher : Argento Publishing, LLC (November 27, 2018)
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07KJZV2CC
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #31,455 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Top reviews from the United States
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Part of Silvers and then later O'Connell's juggling act has always been balancing speed and quality. The Nate Temple novels were originally set to a more typical release pace, even as Silvers moved to writing full time and began the Feathers and Fire series at the same time. O'Connell's inclusion into the mix debuted with four novels in a quick release schedule and since moved to a similar pace as the rest, though the rest are now moving along at much quicker rates.
That the quality has remained despite the increasingly driven timetable of their releases is a testament to their literary talents and developed skill. It is entirely possible that O'Connell has simply chosen to escalate the pace of his writing to fall in stride with the developments Silvers has been making with his two series, but I'm at the point of wondering if its not stretching the overall arc for Quinn MacKenna a bit too thinly for how some of the plot points are being developed. One of the four aforementioned game changers in the book relates to one of Quinn's longest standing heritage questions, but is glossed over so quickly and with so little digestion for her or the reader for the plot at hand that it almost feels like it was penned in after the fact.
The book is not flawed for this, or lower in quality for it, overall it is another great installment and I'm as always looking forward to the next. But it does make me wonder if the constant escalation of stakes and increasingly grander twists and turns for the characters isn't starting to weigh on the natural development of the overall universe a bit. Even the characters themselves are starting to seem a bit numbed to how certain things unfold and given the quality of the series and the universe overall, I'd hate to see it start breaking down under over-saturation of dramatic plot developments.
O’Connell was the perfect choice for Shayne Silvers world, to give it another perspective and one that compliments Shayne’s own writing style. Vastly different, O’Connell’s writing adds a grittiness and edge that was needed for Quinn to overcome the truth of who she is. The characters of the TempleVerse world needs both voices to balance out the storyline and expand the imagination that the reader thrives on.
The way the three series of TempleVerse (the other two series are the Nate Temple Chronicles and Feather & Fire) are coming together is so smooth and enjoyable. I love reading the story and feeling like I am experiencing the drama, emotions and life events that happen to each lead. Quinn is a very strong character and O'Connell has given her such life with her edgy personality and approach to relationships and challenges. We see this so clearly in this book.
Witches Brew has it all. New challenges, new characters, and a suspenseful story that keeps your interest until the end. As always in these books, there are surprises and twists that we don’t see coming. It’s a wild ride that is hot to touch.
One line in the book, that actually, has a finishing add-on later, describes the essence of what this book is all about. “The risk of awakening a creature with the power of god and none of the limitations…..but with the heart, the conscience of a mortal”.
Well done! Congrats on the successful collaboration.
in "Witches Brew" the ice queen begins to melt a bit; begins to realize that no matter how strong a wall one builds around their heart, there is always something that can touch it.
That doesn't mean she misses a beat when it comes to doing what she does best. There's plenty of action; plenty of interest. But now there is a character it might be possible to like.
In fairness, I must admit that I have purchased all five of the previous books. When it comes to stories related to Nate Temple and Callie Penrose, I am a bit of a sucker.
But with this new direction, I am looking forward to the next tale in Quinn McKenna's growth.
Looking forward to the next book in this series. I highly recommend this book, but I also recommend you start at the first book in the series. It’s even better if you start with the first Nate Temple book, Obsidian Son, and read the books in the order Mr. Silvers recommends, which can be found at the end of each book.
Top reviews from other countries
This world keeps getting bigger and bigger as the books go on i love it
This is also a story of growth, Quinn is maturing and seeing the world through different eyes..
A brilliantly woven tale, well told and fantastic addition to the Templeverse.