Destiny (Immortal Series #4)

Destiny (Immortal Series #4)

by Gillian Shields

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Overview

In Destiny, the fourth and final book in Gillian Shields’s romantic, gothic Immortal series, Helen, Evie, and Sarah, the Sisters of the Mystic Way, must use their powers to battle for their souls.
 
Malevolent forces haunt Wyldcliffe Abbey School for Young Ladies, the girls’ elite boarding school on the English moors. Dr. Franzen, an evil man from Helen’s past, has taken over as headmaster. And while Helen longs to believe her mother, the priestess of a coven of dark witches, has reformed, she fears her mother cannot be trusted.

At least Helen can cling to the prediction that a love "beyond the confines of this world" is waiting for her. Could this be Lynton, the mysterious music student who visits Wyldcliffe for his lessons?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780062114341
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 07/31/2012
Series: Gillian Shields' Immortal Series , #4
Sold by: HARPERCOLLINS
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 672,459
File size: 850 KB
Age Range: 12 - 17 Years

About the Author

Gillian Shields is the author of Immortal, Betrayal, and Eternal, the first books about the sisterhood of the Mystic Way, as well as many other books for young readers. She spent her childhood roaming over the Yorkshire moors and dreaming of the Brontë sisters. After studying in Cambridge, London, and Paris, she became a teacher. She has taught in a girls' boarding school and also in a drama school where it was rumored that the ghost of a young girl could be heard crying in the night. Gillian was inspired to write this series in celebration of the power of first love, the strength of female friendship, and the haunting mystery of the past.

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Destiny 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Comes from a very good series. As a book itself teaches a lesson of life and wisdom. Shares many secret but great quotes that anybody can use.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
daughter and I both felt this was a great series! enjoyed reading and had to put it down
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really like this series. Keeps u reading.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Yes it is
AboutToRead on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Destiny is filled with the same magic, mystery, and excitement that makes the rest of the Immortal series so awesome. I was a bit taken aback by the point of view because it is told from the perspective of all three girls, and I was only expecting to read from Helen¿s point of view.Even though the story is not exclusively told by Helen, we get a much deeper look into her character. Unsurprisingly, she is lonely and wounded by both her past and her mother. It really was heartbreaking to read some of her emotional scenes.Often times while reading the Immortal series, I forget that it takes place in the 21st century. Since Wyldcliff forbids all forms of technology, this is really easy to do. As I was reading Destiny, however, I realized that a big part of the reason that I feel like I am reading about girls in the Victorian era is the way they talk. The language is just so old fashioned! It would make more sense to have this be historical paranormal or to just write it using the modern way of speaking. That said, the writing itself is truly beautiful.Gillian Shields delivers a satisfactory and surprising conclusion to the Immortal series. It was refreshing to learn more about all of the girls, but it was definitely time for their story to come to an end. Destiny is a captivating read with breath-taking prose and is definitely a must for fans of Gothic literature.
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Is this the fourth in the imortal series?:)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wait, are they changing the P.O.V. again??? And is the 3rd book worth while to read?