UMBRAL SERVES THE DEATHSWORN. He exists for one purpose only: to hunt down the last girl with rainbow magic and kill her. Now he has Dindi at his mercy. But he discoverers that the Raptor Riders of Orange Canyon have played with dark magic that threatens all Faeath, and he needs Dindi’s help to stop them.
DINDI BARGINS FOR HER LIFE. She offers to help her captor rescue the White Lady from the Raptor Riders, who plan to use the faery as a pawn in a monstrous scheme. But Dindi will never forget that Umbral murdered someone she loved…and never forgive. She vows to escape and bring him to justice.
A DARKNESS UNCOILS IN ORANGE CANYON. If they can’t work together, the darkness will consume everything.
WELCOME TO FAEARTH…where humans are trapped between the immortal fae and the minions of Death. But one woman and the warrior who loves her will defy every taboo to protect their people.I have to say I had forgotten how much I had loved The Unfinished Song until I started reading Wing. Then oh my gosh it just hit me all at once. There was also a part of me that was afraid I wouldn't remember characters or important parts of the storyline. This is book 5 in the series after all and its been a while since I read Root, book 4. But again it all came flooding back!
I have to say the fifth book is just as good as the first. I love the world Maya has created. Faearth is AMAZING!!! Plus I LOVE the characters. Especially Dindi. Umbral even began to grow on me!
Also the way Maya weaves her story and all her players together! Some stuff definitely didnt turn out like I thought it would, but it somehow made the story even better!
Lots more secrets and histories are revealed in this one and it ends in a cliffie (of course!) But on the upside characters arent dying left and right. However I feel that I have been lulled into a false sense of security and given the title of the next book is Blood the characters might start dying again. *SIGH* Ah well, it is worth it the story again is AMAZING!!
I soooo recommend reading The Unfinished Song series if you havent already! It is amazing!
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I am not sure what I am supposed to answer here. But, thank you for book 1 in the series! I can't wait to enjoy it. And on that note thank you for a chance to win the second!ReplyDelete
The cover looks...funny. I don't think this book is for me. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
As I said in the Rafflecopter comment box despite being on a self imposed book buying ban and having promised myself not to start any books that form a series I could well make an exception for this book. Great review, thanks.ReplyDelete
wow it's a really great review. I congess I have a problem with the cover but it sounds really nice.ReplyDelete
That this series is still going strong after five books speaks volumes. I have not heard of it before so I grabbed the freebie. Thanks!ReplyDelete
Gonna get book 1 :)ReplyDelete
Sounds fantastic! Thanks for sharing :)ReplyDelete
I had gotten the first for review when it first came out and it was a DNF for me, but I wonder if it's been re-edited or something but I remember that was my biggest issue. I just couldn't see past that. But if you've enjoyed all the books I guess it's worth considering picking it up, but a new copy, and see if it's better. Glad you're still enjoying the series and that you didn't forget everything!ReplyDelete
Oooo, I read the first one. I need to give this series a go with the second book. So glad to hear you enjoyed it. :)ReplyDelete
I have not read any of these books yet. I must & soon I think.ReplyDelete
Glad you all enjoyed the review!ReplyDelete
@Savannah- I've noticed her covers for the series have changed since the first two. (different artist maybe?)
@Anyone who grabbed the first one...definitely pick up the second before you get to the end!!! (Check out my review of it here on Books&Things if you want more info)
@Candance- The ending made me want to scream of the first one...but luckily I was able to get to the second one asap so it made up for it big time.
Merry Christmas Everybody!
I loved the Unfinished Song! I have all five books, but just haven't gotten the chance to read them. I really want to read the rest straight through. The first one was complex and really interesting, very fresh. I'm glad you liked the last one! Great review.ReplyDelete