Tales of the Fifth Guardian; Book Three: Taken

Tales of the Fifth Guardian; Book Three: Taken

by C. M. Johnson

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ISBN-13: 9781492349020
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/05/2013
Pages: 354
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.74(d)

About the Author

C.M. Johnson is a former teacher turned Accounting student in Tampa, Florida where she lives with her husband and write Tales of the Fifth Guardian in her spare time.

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Tales of the Fifth Guardian; Book Three; Taken 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Hunter_Alexander More than 1 year ago
This one was the first to make me stay up late reading it as much as possible. It had me pulled in that much and kept me interested through the entire book
vs_valerie More than 1 year ago
If you haven't read it, please do. It's a really good series. It's the third book in the series and I can say that so far, this is the best one I've read out of the three. This is also the book that I enjoyed reading the most. I don't know how far apart each was written and in as much as possible I don't comment on the author and focuses on the story but with this one, I can see how much the author grew. It's nice that as I read along, I can see that not only are the people in the book progressing and growing but that you can clearly see how the author improved her craft along the way. The long the narrations which I previously had a hard timing finishing was better on this book. There are still long narrations but I was able to enjoy them. And it is also the book in the series that didn't give me the urge to flip through the pages. Yes, that's how much I enjoyed reading this one. I also like how the characters were now more mature in this one. You can see and feel that they grew as persons with the way they act and decide on things. There are still times when I get lost as to who is speaking to whom but not as much as it did before. The character's adventure were something to look forward to just like the previous two books. And I think the part that I enjoyed the most is the fact that Kerrisha's visions don't bother me anymore. I don't know if I got used to how she is during the visions but I'd like to think that it's because that she now handles them better. There are a few things that personally bothered me and it's all because of personal reasons and culture to. It was explained well by the author and I feel I should not comment on them but I still like to share. One of them is the love scenes. Not all of them but some of them don't really sit well with me. Who ever read the book will know what I am talking about. I had a hard time accepting that this is happening and will probably still happen in future books. Who knows, maybe along the way I'd learn to get comfortable reading it too. Second one was the way Kerrisha was crying at almost every turn of event. She's a strong character and I used to complain that she's too strong she's almost not human to me. And I guess crying made her more human but then maybe because I'm not the type of person that don't like other people seeing me vulnerable (a.k.a crying with an audience) I really really feel awkward when she does that, I almost want to yell at her to stop doing that. I blame it to the fact that she's pregnant in this book but still it was hard seeing her that way. As you can see, I still gave it a five even if I pointed a couple of things that do not sit well with me. As I said I felt it's purely personal on my part as it was justified well by the author. All in all, I'd say that I had fun, great adventure and even through the last part was very enjoyable for me even if I'm not the type of person who likes cliffhanger. I'd definitely read the next one.
arnoldsmurf4 More than 1 year ago
Every book it even better than the last!!! I am hooked on this series and CANNOT get enough of it! C.M. Johnson has hooked me into her wonderful world with Keri and everyone else involved in this series! I seriously can not put them down i am getting one book finished in a day to a day in a half and moving straight onto the next one! They are addicting! In book 3 -Taken, Keris vision is happening and she has to explain to everyone her husband and Tesha that if she doesn't let it come to past there will be major consequences and she has to fulfill the role as Guardian and surrender to another clan so that her vision comes to pass properly and like it is supposed to. Richard The True Devon King is the one who has held her numerous times before even when she was young and did all those terrible things to her and had ordered things to be done to her when he captured her or kidnapped her many times before in i guess you could say in a sense is somewhat her friend. She has to go to the Devon clan and stay there for months while pregnant so the vision is fulfilled, but she is determined to do this on her terms!! But he is holding her and trying to find out a way to control and manipulate her to gain control over her powers and abilities like he has always wanted, while trying to keep her safe from his men. He also implants a device behind her ear in order to control Keri and to have her powers at his disposal by manipulating her with the device. But will the device work? Will she be held there for longer than expected? And what is hiding behind those memory blocks?!?!?! I couldn't believe how open and how much Keri shared with someone who was her biggest enemy!! its crazy because you really do both hate and yet love Richard in this book. And I would also say this does have a cry scene in it so have your tissues ready just in case! The next book in this series is Tales Of The Fifth Guardian book 4: Roderick.