A dangerous, volatile rebel, hands stained bloodred.
A woman whose very existence has been erased.
A love story so dark, it may shatter the world itself.
A deadly price that must be paid.
The day of reckoning is here.
From “the alpha author of paranormal romance” (Booklist) comes the most highly anticipated novel of her career—one that blurs the line between madness and genius, between subjugation and liberation, between the living and the dead.
This is the book that is probably the biggest and baddest of the series so far. It’s the game changer and the largest twist on all twists there is. And there are just not enough superlatives in the English language to give it its due.
It’s not just me who thinks this book was the point of epic-ness. Even the publisher shies away from a detailed blurb so as to drop no spoilers. And me? I really do want other readers to experience this one in all its glory with no hints. This review will be so vague as a result that I’ll probably leave you scratching your head in confusion. Thank you to all you fantastic folks in my reader gal realm who managed to review this book without spoiling it for the latecomers.
Heart of Obsidian is book twelve of a series. This one is the culmination of a few huge series arcs in fact so definitely needs to be read in order for full appreciation.
Sooo… we have a character that has been with the series since the beginning. A character who has been ambiguous at best because he has a serious agenda and the ruthlessness to go after it. I had my suspicions about a lot of things in regard to this character and got a smug feeling of satisfaction that I guessed right. That said, it was still all kinds of intense and intriguing because this gave great attention to character and relationship development. And offered up a new character that made this a romance for the ages.
Beyond, the character and romance, the ongoing war with Pure Psy has escalated and the world trembles under the onslaught. Though this story focuses largely in the psy world, the allies do come together and fight the war. And oh yeah, some real nasties get their comeuppance.
And yes, that’s about all I’m going to say. Just know that my vagueness is all for you and this book is worth clearing several uninterrupted hours of reading time for. And, a few threads were left dangling to keep me very interested in what comes next for everyone in the PsyChangling world.
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Mt. TBR #46
Read All the Books #44
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