Cass Clereaux has a few problems. Sure, she just saved her whole town and is now immortal, but immortality sucks. The same spell that made her immortal also takes away her magic. It's kaput. Finito. Gone. Being a FireSoul and finding magical treasure is who she is. Now, she couldn't find her left leg with a map. Not even if a dragon pointed the way.
To make matters worse, her concealment charm is malfunctioning. Demons are showing up left and right, trying to bring her head back to the Monster who stalks her. While Cass is on the hunt to recover her magic and learn about her past, the specter of the Monster is getting ever closer to his mysterious end goal. She's prophesied to meet him on the field of battle - but if she doesn't have her magic back by then, she's dead.
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short, not really a story just part of one, disappointed with it and that it leads onto yet another book, annoying money maker. there is a good story wrapped up with lots of padding to eek out more books. feel cheated.
the performance is good
"wheres the 5th book audible?"
I love the books I just want to know why audible doesn't have the last book?
A kick as* girl with both magic and the ability to take magic from this she kills. AMAZING STORY IF I COULD IT WOULD BE 10 STARS.
I received this book free in return for a unbiased review.
"Powerful story to bring the deifiur to their place"
Absolutely! Not only do I enjoy the narration done, but there is a good bit of information shared and learned in this novel.
I don't want to say much on the story and give away the great finds we have here. Linsey keeps the story moving fast, giving us many answers and information we have been wanting. There is something that happens or surprises me in each chapter, moving the story along by leaps.
We start to get answers to Cass's past, though have more questions too. I look forward to learning more and more with Cass as she learns her power and what tasks she needs to work through with her sisters. And more about Del and Nix. Interesting how they are all connected.
Laurel returns to voice Cass. I have really grown to enjoy her in these stories. She voices Cass and all with voices and tones that have become them. Even the new characters we meet have a voice of their own, even just slightly different than those we've grown use to. There are accents used as we do visit Ireland and Scotland as well. Laurel's pacing is wonderful, helping to keep the story moving along. She feels to be in the persona of the characters as she narrates. There is no hint to stopping and starting over, all is smooth in flow. Lovely job.
It's neat seeing the pyramids, statues, and different places along with traps in them when Cass and sisters and friends are on the hunt. Also the way stories were written with the details of Egyptians and setup of the pyramid. It feels as there is a lot of care and research put into writing these moments. I love how the sisters attempt to take care with the sites they visit. They believe in preserving what once was so others can treasure it as well. It's those pesky demons sent after Cass and sisters that make a mess!
We get to spend time with the sisters together, Del, Nix, and Cass. I really enjoy seeing them together. And we see Connor and Claire help them again. And of course we get Aidan. Cass and Aidan are just lovely. Cass seems to start to come to accept her friends putting themselves in harms way to help her, as she does and would do for them.
Cass is growing stronger! It's great to see her stand on her own and fight though see her start to let her friends help her too. The ending brings me to a stronger, determined feeling for Cass though we are left in a bit of a spot. It's not a terrible cliffhanger per say, but I want to know what's next. I'll be getting to the next book soon to see what happens next.
*This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review at my request.
"This is a young adult series, pg\pg-13 depends on book. It's an amazing series."
So awesome, it's a little " innocent " meaning while reading the books the fight descriptions are wicked, but the relationship between Cass and Aidan over the past few months, has been " innocent " in a physical way. It is obviously written for teen's and or young almost adults. I did not catch that information when I started on this journey, and I was hooked! Normally my ideal is this genres, type, but not the age limit or pg \pg -13 reading depending on the book.
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