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The war between witches reaches its terrifying climax in the final book in Wall Street Journal bestselling author J.D. Horn’s spellbinding trilogy.

Once caged in an illusory realm by blood relatives, Alice Marin has been freed into a world where the last remnants of magic are quickly passing away. Dissolving with them is the unity among witches…and their sanity. Grappling with the revelations of her true parentage - and her burgeoning relationship with Nathalie Boudreau, a psychic with her own demons - Alice and her allies, both living and dead, must draw on every skill they possess. It’s the only way to defeat the destructive forces borne of the horrifying history of Alice’s own family. That means unlocking the final secrets of The Book of Unwinding

Now, on the longest night of the year, the streets of New Orleans will become a battleground as Alice and the few she can trust engage in a war amid the final days of magic. But the revelations that lie ahead may be too dark to escape.

©2019 by Jack Douglas Horn. (P)2019 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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  • Amanda Little
  • 14-01-20

Meh Ending to a Great Story

I loved the first book in the series, the second was a little drawn out, but still good. This one was.... eh. Seemed very long, like there were too many loose ends he couldn't tie up, so he built and built and built drama just to have it fizzle out. New characters were brought in to increase the tension, but didn't really serve a purpose except to make the story longer. Kind of hard to keep all of the threads aligned, especially since I listen on my commute and not in one long session. I recommend it only if you read the first two books and need closure.

I do enjoy the narrator, and will look for other audiobooks read by her.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 03-11-19

Hated it.

this was literally the most disappointing book I've ever read, in my life. loved the first 2 in the series.
this one made no sence, kinda like the author didnt know how to end the series so he wrote down any an all ideas about this book, an published it. it literally left me confused. I'm so disappointed.

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  • Mahani
  • 28-09-19

A Purrrrfect Conclusion

A great conclusion to a wonderful series. A great follow up to his Savana series too.

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  • Richard Ellis
  • 01-08-19

Great series - ending a bit confusing...

Rather confusing ending to a great story. I may have to listen to it again to see if I missed something significant the first time through...

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  • Cory Brown
  • 19-07-19

Boring mess.

The book would be rather interesting if it didn’t feel like a an entire other book was missing. The plot it’s self is nonexistent, characters are introduced that mean nothing to the story nor have any real depth, there is more explaining of what is suppose to be happening with out any explanation of what IS happening. More than all of this it’s just kind of boring.

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  • SugarBrown96
  • 06-07-19

what just happened

I am trying to figure out what the heck just happened. It seems like the Author just got tired of the story and wrote anything just to tie up the storyline.

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  • Misty Nelson
  • 23-04-21

the Disappointment is real

first book- great
2nd book- ok
3rd book -fail
I want the 3 hours I spent reading half this book back. I want a do over!

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  • Devera Lucia
  • 27-02-21

Third book a disappointment

The first 2 books were good but the 4rd one just couldn't hold my interest.

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  • Amy
  • 21-06-20

My favorite of the three

The narrator seemed to finally get it right. I could hardly stand to listen at first, cringing with every mispronunciation. Maybe I just got used to it.

The story felt richer as the series progressed. I loved the characters by the end. Well written, though sometimes confusing at times. That was by design I’m sure.

I highly recommend the series.

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  • Faith Felice
  • 15-06-20

great trilogy in New Orleans Witches

Loved this series. it was great to see the research and the development for the characters. Waiting impatiently for the next series by J D Horn.