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Severed by Megg Jensen
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What a great conclusion to the final book in the trilogy. A few great twists that kept me guessing what was going to happen next and wondering how this story was going to end. It did have one of those exciting ending where you thought it was all finished, but them something crazy happens and we still have more to go.

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I went back and forth on Reychel in this book, last book she was doing so much better with being not so naive but in this book it kinda comes back a bit.

Great trilogy for fantasy readers. Completely enjoyed it and I can't wait to start the next trilogy in the saga. ( )
  Kr15tina | Apr 13, 2014 |
This is one of those series that had me from the first book. The characters are intriguing and each book has so much that happens they are hard to put down.

In this third book, it's the one that I feel Reychel has the most character growth for her. she is learning how to use her powers and read her visions.

Her romance with Mark takes a pretty big step forward. And her relationship with her childhood friend Ivy takes a huge turn with events that left me breathless. It was an emotional roller coaster between the two.

There are several times throughout this story that pushes us forward in time. Magic, portals, visions, friendship, enemies, slaves and war. Very imaginative and even though there is a romance aspect to the story, there is no love triangle and it even takes a back seat to the major plot line. Reychel is showing all the signs of becoming a strong, powerful female character and with this ending, I am picking up the next book now.

I couldn't recommend these books more. ( )
  Krista23 | Oct 16, 2012 |
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  SmashAttack | Aug 12, 2012 |
The final book of the cloud prophet Trilogy, this book was also fun and quick to read. The final showdown between the Malborn and the Serenians. ( )
  Joybee | Jun 15, 2012 |
his is the last book in the Cloud Prophet trilogy and I am sad to see it end. I have followed and review every book loved it. From the start of slave girl to blooming into someone she never thought it be, this book had a great ending.

What I like most about this book is the great plot line. It gripped the reader from the very beginning holding the reader down for a ride we never expected. With every turn of the page, the reader is immersed with wars, betrayals, and old enemies coming back for more. Ms. Jensen really did a fantastic job in closing this series. All questions were answered, enemies were fought, and the ending gave hope for a new beginning.

I don't really want to spoil this book, but the way that the book flowed from a very intense start to a ending that is peaceful left the reader satisfied that all right. That all is everything the way it should be. I love that the characters grew up so much before the readers eyes and got to see them in their full potential. There is nothing like satisfaction when the bad guys go down.

Did this book entertain me? Yes it did! It had so much more than I thought here be plus it left me with a wide smile on my face. This is a great trilogy where characters rise from the lowest depths and become more. Ms. Jensen writing style is strong, fun to read, and most importantly easy to get into. She created great characters in a world where thriving was cut off. If you want a series of action, adventure, and going to new places, read this series! ( )
  Bookswithbite | Dec 20, 2011 |
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Clouds rolled in, dark and menacing, in the morning sky.
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Reychel knows her gift of prophecy will lead to madness and now she is at her most vulnerable. The enemy army will attempt to sever her from everything she's ever known: her homeland, her friends, Mark, and her gift. Even at her weakest, she refuses to give up on her desire to end the war between the Malborn and the Serenians. Reychel would do anything, even come back from the dead, to conquer the enemy and reunite with Mark.--cover.… (more)

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