The Hinterland Veil (The House of Crimson & Clover Volume 7)

The Hinterland Veil (The House of Crimson & Clover Volume 7)

by Sarah M. Cradit

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BN ID: 2940157803735
Publisher: Sarah M. Cradit
Publication date: 02/27/2016
Series: The House of Crimson & Clover , #7
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 345
Sales rank: 537,589
File size: 1 MB

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The Hinterland Veil (The House of Crimson & Clover Volume 7) 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
MelannieS More than 1 year ago
I don't know how she does it, but she does it every time. Cradit has created another literary masterpiece. I anxiously await the more of the characters I have grown to love.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The Hinterland Veil has supplied much needed answers to so many questions. After reading this amazing book, I'm stuck with lots of new questions. I love it! The House of Crimson and Clover series can go on forever. These characters have become so real, like friends I haven't seen for awhile. It's an exciting reunion whenever Sarah puts out a new book. I'm so glad I started the House of Crimson and Clover series when I did. It's taken me to places I'd never dreamed of! Sarah comes up with so many new twists with each new book. I have really enjoyed this series and I hope you will too, so go ahead and start with the first book and I guarantee you'll never look back! This book definitely deserves 5 stars.
CathyRyan More than 1 year ago
Nicolas is desperate to find a way to help Mercy, and worried for her state of mind, after her death and resurrection as a human. He needs to get her away but isn’t sure where to go, until he speaks to Oz, who gives Nicolas an idea. He persuades Mercy to take a trip and they fly to Glasgow then travel on to Portree, on the Isle of Skye with no idea what awaits them. Finn, Aleksandr, Jon and Anne, searching for Anasofiya, are with the Quinlans in Ireland. Finn has agreed to train with Padraig, controlling and utilising his abilities, to help find Amelia and Jacob, which will aid his search for Ana. The training is a struggle, until he has a breakthrough and finds himself able to time travel. Aleksandr is finding out more about himself, his destiny and the extent of his power, as well as falling in love. Meanwhile Anasofiya, Cyler and Agrippin are dealing with their individual struggles. There are a lot of characters with expanding, yet connected, storylines, in this intricate and involved saga. As it develops and unfolds, each volume deals mainly with specific and differing groups. The storyline is complex, so detailed with incredible and totally unexpected twists. I love Finn, Ana and Aleksandr and the relationship between them. All the characters are extremely well defined and have evolved enormously. An amazing series.
Xkoqueen More than 1 year ago
The Hinterland Veil by Sarah Cradit is the 17th installment in her House of Crimson and Clover series. As with her prior books, this latest installment does not disappoint--4.5 stars from me. Cradit has created a detailed fantasy world that coexists with the world as we mortals know it. Her characters are detailed, developed and continually growing in their role in the The House of Crimson series and Clover. Cradit’s series installments alternate between lagniappes, where she creates the background for existing characters or introduces new characters, and novels where the story progresses. The House of Crimson and Clover grows more detailed, broad, and complex with each installment. Hinterland continues the story of the Deschanels, Sullivans and the Empyreans and the threat of war and destruction. Agripin, Cyler, and Anasophia continue their power struggle. Finn continues to search for his soulmate, Ana. Their relationship/story has been my absolute favorite of the entire series. From their first meeting in The Storm and The Darkness, you could feel they were destined to be together. Their son, Aleksandr, struggles with discovering the extent of his power as well as his destiny as part of the prophecy. Nicolas and Mercy are on their own journey, and it will eventually bring them back to the epic battle between these two worlds. Then there is the sibling rivalry between Agripin and Oriana…actually, the family politics abound on both fronts! The worlds in The House of Crimson and Clover are filled with possibilities. There is magic, time travel, other realms and paranormal beings. The ancient, powerful beings and humans alike struggle with family, power, and love. The Hinterland Veil ends not with cliff hangers but many loose threads that will eventually be woven into subsequent installments of Cradit’s epic saga. While a few of the lagniappes can be read as standalone novellas for readers who just want a taste of Cradit’s creative writing style, to follow and enjoy The House of Crimson and Clover series, the books must be read in order. You cannot skip around or pick up the series in the middle. This series is so broad and complex that even though I have read every book in this series, I still need to refer to the family trees, time lines and definitions in the books’ appendices. Reading order: The Menagerie A Band of Heather Pandora’s Box Surrender Shame St. Charles at Dusk Flourish Prequels (The Storm and the Darkness and Shattered) Volume I: The Illusions of Eventide Volume II: Bound Fire & Ice Volume III: Midnight Dynasty Volume IV: Asunder Dark Blessing Volume V: Empire of Shadows Volume VI: Myths of Midwinter Volume VII: The Hinterland Veil
tpolen More than 1 year ago
Taking into consideration the cliffhanger involving Ana in the last book, I was more than anxious to see what became of her - and that question is answered in this new addition to the House of Crimson and Clover Series. Of course, any time I'm able to read more about Nicolas is like adding hot fudge to my chocolate-peanut butter ice cream. His character has made great strides, but he's still Nic in all the best ways. Again, this author amazes me at how she's able to weave so many storylines involving a multitude of characters into a cohesive, intriguing, and complex plot. The Hinterland Veil is full of questions and answers, happiness and anguish, mysteries and curious motives and the pace of this story is in no danger of slowing down - so catch up while you have the chance - just make sure to read this series in order. I received a digital copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.