Catastrophe

Catastrophe

by Liz Schulte

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ISBN-13: 9781533185341
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 12/15/2015
Pages: 292
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.61(d)

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Catastrophe 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Characters I could like, love, enjoy, dislike, hate, distrust...all the myriad feelings you get when an author really brings the reader into the story. Best read in a long while...
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a fantastic read! I love Femi and Sy. Looking forward to reading more stories from Ms Schulte.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good read . I want more!
BaronessBookTrove More than 1 year ago
Curiosity may not kill the cat but… First I must say that even though this is the first part of the Sekhmet Series, it is a spin off from the world of Liz Schulte. I like that Ms. Schulte doesn’t rehash the previous books and disrupt the story of this one. I have read her other books and thoroughly enjoy the world that she has created. Femi is a wonderful character, she has depth, backbone, insecurities and attitude issues. She likes to know the “why” of each bounty not just how it is done. Femi does have a serious commitment issues. I am not sure if it is just a Sekhmet thing or just that she is afraid to lose someone she cares deeply for or she just hasn’t found that special person. Everyone has their own inner demons and reasons for being who they are. Femi is a warrior with tons of emotion and she cares way more than a Sekhmet should. Sekhmet are neutral in nature, but Femi has a hard time not helping the underdog/little guy. Femi is extremely curious about the Abyss council. When they assign her a bounty in New Orleans, (ok they actually gloated her into taking the job). You know the ole’ greater good angle, either way Femi won’t back down and she can’t have unanswered questions if at all possible. Whenever the greater good plays in there is always a catastrophe on the horizon. As for the Liz Schulte’s world of the Abyss, I love it. You have the humans who don’t see the other creatures walking among them, and you have the Abyss creatures. The Abyss creatures are wonderful and as with humans some are good, some are bad, and some are a little of both. I think I truly like the mysteries that Ms. Schulte uses in each story, she keeps me guessing and manages to toss in that little bit to make me question if the one I picked is the bad guy (or should I say main bad guy). You really never know how many angles are being played until the story plays out. However, I like the way she wraps it up, with a kind of happy ending. She also has that little bit of romance that keeps you coming back. As for Femi and Sy, I like the flirting and the way they protect each other, but I hope that there is a person that is truly for Femi. Someone who will compliment her and become the partner that she truly needs. If Sy is this person than that is great if not, I can’t wait to see who or what Ms. Schulte can imagine. So, if you haven’t already read Liz Schulte’s Easy Bake Coven series, The Guardian Trilogy, or The Jinn Trilogy, you might want to look into these. She also has a few short stories that go with her world of the Abyss. My rating is 5 stars. This is a Guest Review for Baroness’ Book Trove. Thank you for the opportunity to review this book for your site. ~Jen To read more reviews like this one check out this blog: baronessbooktrove.com
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed reading this book. Hopefully there will be more of them