Epic is the only word I can use to describe this book. The storyline is epic. The milestone for the Silivasi family is powerful, gripping, and epic. The clash between enemies (lycans and vampires) has been coming for quite some time, and Tessa made it epic. And the main characters' journey of self-discovery and the way they finally come together is just...plain...epic. This book is a keeper. To be read again and again.
Eric's narration was also, as you may have guessed, epic. He brought it all to life in full living color.
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Man is this series good! Each story keeps getting better and better! I haven't enjoyed a series like this in a while. This book continues by telling how the Silivasi brothers go on a rescue mission to retrieve their missing father from the lycans. It turns out Kagen Silivasi, the youngest brother, was there when his father was taken from the vampire realm. He was so traumatized from fighting to save his father his soul (kind of) split and his sprite became dark. This caused him to become withdrawn. Kagen's back story touched my heart and I found myself very happy when he met Arielle Nightsong, a human slave and rebel, who had grown up in the lycans realm. I was glad they found each other and were able to make it back to earth's realm together. The brothers got their father back and managed to kill the leader of the lycans.
Eric Dove does a bang up job as always and he really brings the story to life. I also found myself smiling when he sang the lyrics to "Unchanged Melody". It was really sweet. I think this was the last book available in this series on audible, and I can't wait to hear the next chapter. We will be picking up the story with Ramsey Olaru finding his destiny in the reluctant human woman Tiffany Matthews.
Well worth the credit! Can't wait for the next book and I hope Eric Dove continues to read for this series.
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