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    Awesome conclusion to a nail bitting series

    SM Reine you have done it again. Awesome conclusion to a nailbitting story. From the very first sentence you had me hook line and sinker. Full of action and intrigue was a hard book to put down. I woke to a kindle to the face 3 nights in a row of wanting to read one more page. Great characters some i love some i hate. Can't wait for the next post Genesis series. I received an ARC of this book for an honest review.
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    Godfire

    Sara never disappoints her fans with her writing. She packs her books with surprises and action. This book is the end of this series, and I was very happy with the way the book ended. This series has been full of turmoil and it kept me on my toes, so to speak. I have enjoyed every moment of the happenings with Marion, Seth and their family and friends even when they frustrated me with their actions. I am looking forward to reading everything she writes in the future. I received an ARC of this book as a proud member of Sara's Advance Reader Team, and I am a huge fan of her work.
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    Such an epic story

    Wow, this was a wonderful book that sucks you right in. Ms Reine writes such complex worlds that I find myself taking notes. In a good way. She is such a genius to come up with what she does. This is so epic and will stay with me for a long time. I think I'm going to get the audiobooks to the whole series as soon as they are available. This is one unique author that once you read her stuff, you will never forget her. And she is such a kind and generous person. Most of her books are listed for free! If not then she often has sales. Such a wonderful lady! I thank her for making my world brighter.
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    Love this amazing book

    I received this book and advised to write an honest review. As an already huge fan of S. M. Reine I was once again floored by her ability to draw me in and love all her characters. Marion, who has finally recovered her memory seems to have a dilemma on who she really is and who she really wants to be. Seth who is another character I have always wanted to know more about is one of my favorite characters as well. This story has been amazing, and it revisits a lot of characters that we have all been dying to hear more about. Marion who grew up over privilege in the tough world that was created has had many questions and who she now wants to be. The power she has as The voice of God makes you really question how much in common she has with her father. It makes you question her loyalties and wonder if power and such a young child growing up truly corrupts. This book has most definitely been one of my favorite in her works and always leaves you wanting to know more. Marion goes through her journey and upon meeting Seth has changed everything she thought she was and could be. Can people change? Can Marion find it within herself to truly be the moral person that everyone expected the voice to be or will she follow in the horrid steps of her father to which she has never met. This story is filled with so much deceptions, that you do not know which way to look or how much worse it can get. I was amazed, just absolutely amazed by this story and I love the way Reine continues leads you on this journey still knowing how Badly we all want to know more and get more closure and information on God and makes you wonder why in the first place the Voice was made as every Voice so far has always had a personal agenda. Reine is my most favored author and I cannot wait for more of her works and I can hardly put the book down, and even when finished with it I have to go back and re read. I recommend this book to anyone who loves a great love story filled with others twists and deceptions you never see coming ! Great job Sent from my iPhone
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    Will You Trust The Almighty Voice of God?

    Granted to me by SM for an honest review. The fifth book in the Mage Craft series, Cast In Godfire is by far the hardest one to read for all the right reasons. 1. It's the last one and needs to be savored (but alas all good things must come to an end, right) 2. The plot has multiple tails growing in every possible direction, so you have to pay close attention or you will miss important clues (a heart made of ash from the tree of life, the return of the Godslayer, Leliel and her nest of spheres, Benjamin Flynn and Nathaniel Faulkner, Metaraon's statue, the list goes on and on) 3. You just don't know if everyone is going to get their happily ever after, so it's a nail biter. (Hint: Marion is not pining away whilst waiting for the return of her beloved Death). Pulling a favor from one of the Gods, James to be exact, (a favor that when returned also happens to seal Death's fate), Seth returns to Earth on what is supposed to be an easy quest - to convince Marion that she needs to help prevent a war in the underground by removing some protection wards. Sounds simple enough, right? Wrong. First Seth must help her, and that helpful deed may turn out to be the undoing of the world as everybody knows it. The emotional rollercoaster shifts the reader quickly from low to high and back again. One moment Marion is with Seth (yeah) then Marion is with Konig (boo) then back with Seth (yes) then back with Konig (damn it). With each move Marion makes the important question resurfaces. Why should Seth trust someone as under handed and selfish as Marion? Everyone has told him about her traitorous behavior, but will he listen? Read Cast in Godfire to find out if he follows his head or his heart and if ends up getting 'burned' because of the choices he makes.
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