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I thought the first two books in this series showed a great deal of promise and I'm happy to say that the third book more than fulfils that promise.
I love this book and this series has now moved on to autobuy for me.
There are a lot of subverted tropes in this book (along with a lot of payoffs from earlier elements). The character work is fantastic as characters show facets and layers.
I still love the shades and love Ayala's protective relationship with them.
There are a lot of really strong interesting women in this series who are allowed to be strong and interesting without fighting with the main character, this is a big deal for an urban fantasy.
Really looking forward to more.
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Ayala Storm has certainly gone through a lot since the first book of this series. She’s up against amazing odds, but she just keeps kicking ass. ;)
I’m loving this series, but I’m struggling a little to write this review. I just want to say, “Whew!” So much has happened to Ayala Storm, The Summit, and Ayala’s part of the world since Storm in a Teacup, and I’d hate to spoil it for anyone.
Personally, Ayala has become stronger and a lot less of a loner. She’s publicly an outcast, but has support from inside the Summit as well as outside. She’s learning that much of what she took as truth is a lie, or at least doesn’t have to be her truth. She’s fighting to save herself, her friends, and her world.
I know that’s fairly vague, but as I said, I don’t want to spoil anything. This is a fast-moving series, with lots of action and lots of introspection. I can feel right along with Ayala as things happen to her and around her. I think any fan of urban fantasy is going to find this series a treat.
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