"My love, the child almost died." Lissa looked up in surprise at Roff's words. His wings rustled after he spoke - he normally didn't involve himself in the politics of Le-Ath Veronis. Not to this extent, anyway.
"I know, honey. And now two other children are likely to die as a result. Yes, I know they did this, but I'm not convinced we have all the ones involved in the crime."
Toff's life is in danger - someone from the Green Fae village wants him dead. In fact, the entire Fae community has begun to grumble as Kifirin's judgment looms. With only a few exceptions, the Fae focus their anger (and the blame) on Toff, who fails to understand why everyone now seems to be against him.
©2012 Connie Suttle (P)2016 Connie Suttle
Avid Reader and Listener of books in the Sci fi section I also like to read real life stories, I am just a really mixed reader
I enjoyed this book except that the voices are all wrong,i think that the narrator should have listened to a previous book before reading this one
when Lisa found out she was natuarlly pregnant with Gavin's baby
she is an amazing narrator except she changed her voices in this book it was abit off putting
I have listened to the book 4 times but cannot find an end in it, it just ends with a possible future story line.
I have been listening to all the books in this series whenever a new book was released I started at the begining again and listened up to the point of the newest book was added but this book just doesn't seem to fit, i think mainly because it was all about the fae village and the kids, kids have never really had a place in any other place in the previous storyline.
I am a Wife, a Mum and a Grandma. I am also strong willed and wilfil at times. I have worked all my life and drempt for wining the lottery
This completes the Blood saga by Connie Suttle but I found it surprising as there are many open threads left in this book providing expectations for the future. Perhaps Connie is starting a new series set in the future?
I have enjoyed Tracie Odom but her narration became difficult as the books progressed. With so many characters Tacie had a limited range of accents to use.
Overall I enjoyed the series and have purchased the kindle versions
"A wonderful end to a wonderful series"
Oh my god YES!!! I have loved this series and waited extremely impatiently for each new book to come out. The story, the narration, everything is brilliant.
I loved so many of the characters in both this book and the whole series, but as the favorite I just can't go past Lissa, she has grown so much and become such a strong and determined person that you can't help but love and admire her.
Everything! I just love Traci Odom, her narration is amazing, I'm amazed at the number of distinct voices she can do, you always know who is speaking without needing to be told.
Traci is one of my top 5 narrator I love to listen to most.
I have laughed and cried through the whole series and this book was no different.
I'm so upset that there isn't another book to wait for but I am looking forward to starting another one of Connie's series, I've been waiting until this one was finished.
Note: This series does need to be listened to in order so start with book 1.
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