A Soul for Trouble: The Soulbearer Trilogy

A Soul for Trouble: The Soulbearer Trilogy

by Crista McHugh
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A Soul for Trouble: The Soulbearer Trilogy 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
RomanceaholicBR More than 1 year ago
With plenty of action, danger and interesting plot twists, I have to admit that despite the fact I don't normally care for love triangles, I read this book in a single sitting. Ms. McHugh has created a fascinating world full of magic, adventure, close calls, betrayals, and a fairly large mystery involving the heroine's own history. Throw in a sexy elf, a seductive prince, a snarky god of chaos, and even zombies, and how could I not like this? While I'm not sure what the "technical" genre classification for this book would be, I personally would categorize it as Upper YA/New Adult Fantasy based on the low steam level and rather immature heroine. However, even as a reader of more "adult" romantic fantasy, I still thoroughly enjoyed this one, and am definitely looking forward to the rest of the trilogy. {I received this title free of charge from the author in exchange for an honest review. Full review available on The Romanceaholic}
KC_FlashReader More than 1 year ago
When all the votes are in, a 'Soul For Trouble" could be a classic. At first glance this appears to just be another swords and sorcery tale. OK, but you then have to add to the basic recipe. Start by adding an equal part of 'coming of age' to the recipe, add a dash of slavery, a touch of ancient zombieism ( sp?), a dollop of spring/winter romance, doomed to be unrequited and finally mix with a cup of chaos (the god Locu, or in our dimension , Loki), a pinch of Elvish and bake. The result is this book IF you use a combination of naivete' and idealism as icing. All together a tasty reading treat.