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    Wonderful book to end a wonderful series!

    Darktide, this last book in Christine Pope’s Witches of Cleopatra Hill series is a rollercoaster of chills and thrills. I really loved this book, and the whole series, so I’m actually a little depressed that it’s now officially over. There will, however, be a spinoff series and the first book will be out in the next couple of months. I’ll have to somehow find a way to adapt. 😉 Darktide is about the final struggle of Angela, Connor and others against the warlock Joaquin Escobar. Escobar has taken over the Santiago clan in Southern California and intends to strike at the united clans of Arizona and New Mexico as restitution for the death of his son Matias. And, unfortunately, he has a lot of power at his command, both his own and the clans he has taken over. This is a struggle for survival for all the clans he plans to attack. It might even abolish the code that all witches and warlocks have: to not let civilians (non-magical people) know that there are people among them that have access to powers they can only dream about. One of the things that impressed me so much about this book is how skillfully Ms. Pope writes as she blends in Angela’s voice as well as many other people’s who have appeared in past books of this series. It was so much fun to see the voices of these old “friends” that I had read about in different books. The author balances all of these voices with deceptively simple ease. I could go on and on about how much I love this book and series but the best advice I can give anyone is to jump in and experience all the wonders of it. I promise that it’ll be a great ride.
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