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Storm of Arranon Allies and Enemies based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
I read all three books straight through and it keeps getting better and better. I am excited to see that Book III ROCKED, leaving me craving the next one in the series! The first sentence told me the gloves were off and we were coming out fighting. That’s how good the writing is…I felt part of the story. Who can she trust? Will her enemy be her friend? “I’m figuring this out as I go.” Isn’t that real life? “Flying fast and low, just the way I like it.” Her motto. Danger surrounds them all and I cannot figure out who to trust. I felt deeply involved in the outcome, BUT…it doesn’t end here. I didn’t know there was more coming and I am deeply disappointed that I don’t have the next book. I am VERY eager to find out what happens next.
It’s always difficult to review a next book in a series, but here goes! What a rush. The suspense starts right from the get go. A key character is attacked and lies in a coma, slowly dying from a mysterious poison. The only one who can save him is their most dangerous enemy. Both worlds are threatened by one beings arrogance and lust for power. Trust is in low supply and appearances aren’t what they seem. Friends will betray friends and some enemies will become allies. Not everyone will survive the war to come. A compelling story line and taut writing drive this action packed story to a fast and furious ending. I can’t count on two hands how many times I held my breath as I read on, worried about what would or wouldn’t happen next. The blend of fantasy and science fiction lends much to this story of two worlds, fantastical creatures, mysterious forces, and danger around every corner. Love, loyalty, and honor keep these character’s going when it looks like all hope is lost. Many of my favorite ones are back in this third chapter and some new ones appear to love or loathe. All have a strong presence and feel genuine, flaws and baggage included. I should tell you that you can read this third story without having read the first two. The author easily fills in most of previous events fluidly and in the right places to keep you from becoming confused and the story flowing smoothly. That being said, I’d recommend you read the others first. Why miss all the fun! And the ending. It was so good, but I warn you, while it’s not a cliffhanger, the author drops in a “what the ? just happened” that will have you anxiously wanting the next book. A little birdie told me it’s in the works and shouldn’t be too far away.