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What do you do when the villain in your story just won't stay dead? Better yet, what if you're the only one who can see her for who she truly is?
I was ready for life to settle down for a while after the end of the war that Galladar the fairy brought to earth. Unfortunately, destiny had other plans in store for me.
When a 10-year-old boy pops up in the backseat of my car and tells me he saw himself coming to me in a vision, things slowly begin to go to hell. Everybody wants him, and nobody knows why. As if that wasn't enough, my sworn enemy, the Hedge witch Jane Dunham, will stop at nothing to get the kid, and she wants to destroy my entire world from the inside out while at it - her words, not mine.
And she's found the perfect way to do it.
I never knew much about my father, aside from what my mother told me. I never cared to ask, either, until that Hedge witch got the idea into my head. Now, there's no stopping old secrets from coming out, and when they do, killing Jane Dunham isn't going to be the hardest thing with which I'll have to deal.
But when everything is said and done, who knows? Maybe I'll finally get my rooftop date with Julian Walker.
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- John abell/ Tara Hendrix
The 1st 3/4 of the book I felt like I did with the rest of the books, it was a great book and I enjoyed seeing how our main character fought through the issues thrown at her. Then all of the sudden towards the end the Author took everything we love about the main character and threw it out the window. Now armine character is a childish childish grants Brat who will stop at nothing to see her dad. (This is a grown woman not a 5 yr old). Now all the sudden she throws throws all of her morals out the window and becomes a bad guy basically Just in hopes to see her dad? That doesn't make sense. I really hope This isn't her new personality where she's reverting to child like behavior. She was already stubborn enough.
I'm actually thinking of skipping the next book and going to the last book just to get to the end. Because I'm still hoping it will get better it's like I said it was a good and the beginning and up until the last quarter of the book
Skip this book
I believe this story is disheartening and it makes the character look extremely selfish, not worth the time or the credit. I would suggest a walk outside while looking at the sunrise you will get more satisfaction.