Sunday, July 9, 2017

Crown Review #57 - The Phoenixes of the Nest

The Phoenixes of the Nest - S.C. Parris

Rating: 4/5 Stars
Series: The Dark World, #4
Length: 304 Pages
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Everything will burn.

With magic restored to its rightful place, Dracula’s secrets push Xavier to leave The Order of the Dragon behind. He strikes out on his own—driven by the sultry voice that continues its heady call through his mind.

Pulled to the one Creature that can give him answers to the many question he seeks, he takes matters into his own hands, and uncovers what could be a greater threat than Elite Creatures—the once-subdued Enchanters are on the move, for their leader has finally awoken from his centuries-long slumber, and he is angry, determined to end the Vampires’ and Lycans’ existence once and for all.

But there are beings in the clouds who have been kept from the Dark World by stronger forces. Now that Alexandria Stone’s beaming red light subdues Vampire, Lycan, and Elite Creature alike, they can return. —And their wrath is greater than anything The Dark World has ever known.

Oh boy, where do I begin with this? The series that I have been reading is just so easy and wonderful to continue from book to book with no problems at all. It is that enjoyable. Enjoyable enough to read them like a breeze.

I have really enjoyed reading the series so far. The Dark World is completely different from what I usually read. I do not usually do reading my Lycans, Vampires, and the such (although I would read about Enchanters). If I remember correctly, there are just about a couple of more books coming in the future. I cannot wait for them.

This book brings in an entire new layer to the story and the battle going on between the different kinds of creatures in the Dark World. As I said before, if you think you know everything, there is still plenty to uncover and learn. You will never, never know all the information in this world.

This is getting intense and I cannot tell you everything as I believe that the less you know is the better. Just know that the series is good and completely unique. It is nice to see that a series that can stand as being one of kind. You do not see much of that today anymore.

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