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Not enough attention was given to the character that had the potential to make this pleasant read a more memorable one. Now I will be the first one to admit that is probably because I do like any element of fantasy to be a little grittier. The soul that Arden carries inside is It felt as if it was the story of two couples finding each other as opposed to the inkling of good fantasy it could have been.
The soul that Arden carries inside is exactly that, Loku just needed to be let out to play a little more. He has more attitude, anger and personality than the rest of the characters put together. In this book he is a missed opportunity. The concept seemed to be a bit of a tug of war with the author swaying in two directions at once. Romance in one and Epic Fantasy in the other corner. That doesn't mean the two can't coexist, they just have to be able to exist in one story without one consuming the other and in this case fantasy got nibbled and eaten. I received a free copy of this book via Netgalley.
Apr 30, Shauni rated it really liked it Shelves: Every now and then I run across a true series that I just flip for. Not a stand alone series but a trilogy, duology, series.. Yeah I started this series with book three and am going bonkers cuz I can not justify buying the first two books..
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Zara was raised a woman in a medieval societ Every now and then I run across a true series that I just flip for. Zara was raised a woman in a medieval society.. Ranello has been overtaken, the ruling family killed and suddenly she is the heart of the revolution. A woman men will die for. She knows there is at least one Prince left and she is determined to save him. Prince Kell keft Ranello sure he was in love with that "yellow haired witch" only her heart was taken and she had responsibilities elsewhere.
While he was out of the country he made the most of it by making diplomatic relations with neighboring kingdoms.. But for a daring rescue by Zara, Kell would be dead and while the war might be won the country would still be lost. This story was crafted by a master story teller. With rich sensual backgrounds and extremely well developed characters. Evil abides everywhere and a select group of individuals must figure out how to fight it..
We see some follow up on characters from the previous books but I wasn't left lost in the story.. I just wanted to know more!! Great way to write a trilogy and yet have the last book It can be read as a stand alone, sorta.. Kell is a great character, we hear that he has a reputation as a ladies man, a man with swagger, a good swordsman but still the third son.. I am sure this all played out in previous books but by this book he has grown into a leader of men.
Review: ‘A Soul for Vengeance’, Book 3 of the Soulbearer Trilogy, by Crista McHugh
A person to be respected and followed and a wise enough man to know that love is precious and not to be denied no matter the reasons. Zara is a superb woman, she has fought hard but is not respected even by her brother.. Only she has a brain and she has heart and usually she has the right way to fight this battle. Fortunately, Kell has grown enough to realize that there is more to her than what others see..
I closed this book and wanted more!! As soon as I can justify it, I am so getting the first two books and think this series is going to land up at the top of my favorite series lists.. If you loved the fading lands, you will absolutely adore this story.. This review can also be found on my blog: The first two books had a pretty even split of the POV between the 3 protagonists. Its almost entirely Kell and Zara.
But we still follow Arden and Dev's progress through their occasion chapters and also through Kell who has contact with them. I will admit, this book finally made me appreciate Kell. He just needed to get out This review can also be found on my blog: He just needed to get out on his own and develop more as a character, instead of just the third wheel to Dev and Arden.
He and Zara are perfect for each other. At first I had trouble believing that Kell would get over Arden so quickly. But eventually I saw the difference between the relationship he has with Zara, and the relationship he had with Arden. They are much better matched.
And Zara is even more kick-ass than Arden! I do like her better. She knows what she wants and she goes for it. If Arden was more like Zara, the Arden-Dev relationship woes would have been solved long time ago. That being said, I still would have enjoyed this book more if it had been focused on Dev and Arden like the first two. Dev is the highlight of this series for me. And the mention of another soul? How is that possible. Way to leave us hanging!
And we will never know for sure since its just a trilogy. Oh well, I can assume the best! I was also surprised that there was no resolution in regards to view spoiler [Loku. I expected something to change. But I guess she will just have to live with him for the rest of her life. She is clearly not going mad.
They never really explain it but I would assume it has something to do with her Elf heritage hide spoiler ]. But in the end there are warm and fuzzies all around. A perfect ending, which I guess was amplified by the fact that I finally appreciated Kell. So maybe the redistributed POVs had a purpose after all.
Four wonderful people who really deserved their HEAs. Jun 08, Aleshia Mad Scibrarian rated it really liked it Shelves: I suppose this book is just as predictable as the previous two, but still enjoyable nonetheless. After Arden's rejection of Kell in the previous book, it was obvious that another love interest for Prince Kell needed to be introduced-- Zara, the younger sister of his best friend Bynn.
Zara is actually a really resourceful character, as she plays a major role in helping the rebellion against the Thallian invaders that took over Ranello. I think she actually displays a more likable character than A I suppose this book is just as predictable as the previous two, but still enjoyable nonetheless. I think she actually displays a more likable character than Arden, as Arden really isn't the main focus of the book anymore. I think this final book was a little less exciting on the action part of the plot.
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The rebellion causes some good events, but as there is a lot of discussion over how to overtake the Thallian army, I think I liked the previous plot better. Arden's side of the story does have some scary moments with Loku taking over though, and her efforts to try and control him were more action packed than previous books. I do think this book needed a little bit more closure on Arden's relationship with her father. The reader gets some of that, but I don't think it was fully developed at the end, nor was it implied that she would continue to develop a relationship with her father.
The romance aspect of the book was probably the best out of the three. There are some tender moments between Kell and his new love interest, and we finally get to see how things work out between Arden and Dev. Overall, I think I liked the first book of the trilogy the best, with this one as a second, but the 2nd book of the trilogy had the best plot line. I think it is worth reading as a quick read for fantasy romance enjoyers. Apr 25, Becky rated it it was amazing. I have been anxiously awaiting this third and final book!
This is a truly unique series that I have just fallen in love with. Crista McHugh has created such amazing characters and such vivid world building that it would be hard for someone to not love this series. We've been following Arden and Dev's story for the most part throughout the last two books and their struggles coping with the Chaos God.
This book still continues their story but really focuses on Kell since parting with Arden. I have to admit, I was a little concerned when I heard it wouldn't be all Arden and Dev but I should have known that Ms. One of the traits I value most in an author's writing is the ability for you to "see" the world they've built. She does an amazing job of this! I feel like I'm right there in the towns and scenes she describes. Arden is a strong, compassionate character and I love her interactions with the Chaos God and Dev.
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It takes quite a woman to handle these guys and their powers. I wish Dev would have admitted his feeling to her earlier, but what would be the fun in that?! I honestly can't remember how I came across this series initially but I'm so glad I did. It has been an amazing and unique series. I have had the chance to read some of Crista McHugh's other books as well and they have all been great. Definitely one of my new favorite authors! To find out more about Crista and her books, visit her website at http: We get to meet a few new characters in this book, but the one that stands out the most is Zara, She is strong Smart and very stubborn.
Zara Is definitely one of My favorite characters In this book besides Arden. I mean come on Who could not love a girl who saves a prince. The Zara soon finds herself falling for Kell, A man she believes she can never have. Kell Comes home with not only a broken heart But his Kingdom in runes. He must learn to be the king he was meant to be, with the help of the beautiful Zara. But when she puts herself in danger, He hopes that he can see her in time. However, Kell was not one of my favorite characters. He did really grow on me in this installment though, as I thought he matured quite a bit and developed in a way that made him a much more palatable person.
Zara, the new character, is fascinating and lovely. I love both of the female leads in this book Arden and Zara. Zara is very different from Arden and appeals in a different way. Even after everything she had been through, Zara remained a strong woman.
A lot of the focus of this book is taken off Arden and Dev, I think mostly because their story had progressed so much in the previous book. These two appear most in the beginning and the end, with a bit in the middle. Dev is the same old Dev, reliable and protective. Arden, or Trouble though she mostly goes by Arden in this book , struggles a lot more here with Loku and his bid for freedom.
She does a bit more growing in this book and loses some of her relationship with Loku, but in turn gains what is essentially her new family. Loku, unfortunately, turns into a gigantic jerk and forces Arden to either take action or let him take over, which is unfortunate because I really liked his commentary on things. As for plot, I found it interesting and well-done, as was the pacing.
I was glued to my screen reading for hours and only stopped because I needed sleep and all that boring stuff like work got in my way. But aside from that, I finished reading in roughly 2 days. I was pretty much hooked on all three of these books. As a book, I thought Vengeance did really well at wrapping up the story and the characters. That being said, I still would have enjoyed this book more if it had been focused on Dev and Arden like the first two.
Dev is the highlight of this series for me. And the mention of another soul? How is that possible? Way to leave us hanging! And we will never know for sure since its just a trilogy. Oh well, I can assume the best! I was also surprised that there was no resolution in regards to Loku. But in the end there are warm and fuzzies all around. A perfect ending, which I guess was amplified by the fact that I finally appreciated Kell. So maybe the redistributed POVs had a purpose after all. Four wonderful people who really deserved their HEAs.
This the third book of the Soulbearer Trilogy. I found it to be slower starting than the first two books, but it began rolling along after chapters. In this book, we meet a new primary character, Zara, sister to Bynn from the first book. She is one of the generals in the Ranellian resistance to the Thallian invaders and is a wonderful, complex character. The writing is solid once the story starts flowing and I connected with even minor secondary characters.
I found the ongoing clashes with Loku annoying, but I could see that some might view this thread of the story as building tension and funny. There are a few typos and some word choice errors. The main repeating error is a continuity one involving the spelling of Jessip. The spelling was established as Jessip in the first two books, but is changed to Jessup in this book.