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  • Enjoyable read!

    What a great action packed story! I think the author did a great job with this third book. I enjoyed the plot and characters and can say there’s a little bit of everything in here – some romance, suspense, adventure and magic. Definitely a series I recommend reading! Library of Souls is the third book in the Doormaker series. Final Rating: 5 Stars

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  • Great gripping read

    Truly wonderful read. Fun fast paced and thoroughly enjoyable. Great characters and a wonderful world. This book grabbed hold of the reader an urges you to finish in one setting. Probably should come with a disclaimer. I have enjoyed the series and can't wait to read the conclusion. Jamie Thornton is a gifted story teller. She is able to take her reader on a great adventure. I think each book the characters grow a bit and take on a bit more depth. Although this is a work of fiction I think it comments on some of the problems that face a modern day society. Truly enjoyed this book and Mrs Thornton is rapidly becoming one of my favorite authors. This book is laced with enough darkness that you enjoy the glimpses of light. I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This in no way has influenced this review.

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  • Amazing adventure

    I loved the story very much, it was amazing, the adventures in the dessert and the looming dangers and protection of her best friends, the torchlighters. But danger is looming around every corner, now there is no licatherin anymore and everyone fights to get some in their hands. They reach the city were the Library of souls is, but they are not safe there when people of this city know that the Tower of Shadows is no more and no more licatherin is coming. Addiction run the minds of the people instead of common sense. The best time I had was when they were climbing the stacks in the Library, I would have loved to see it for myself, but the words took you literally in this world of books. It was a wonderful world of books, but Maella is only interested to find information about her family and the one door. All the while she also thinks of her best friend Claritsa, how best she can save her. I love that the word Thrae is Earth spelled backwards. There is also a bit of romance and a lot of dangers throughout the book. It is a book worth to read. The story flows naturally and I found myself deep into the story, it was hard to put the book down. Will Maella fulfill the last pattern that was shown to her, the last pattern drawing from the Tower of Shadows? Will her friends come to save her? Also she meets someone she never expected to see on the end of this story. Intrigued?

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  • This series jut gets better and better

    Maella has come a long way from the frightened little girl of the first book. She has been through physically hard times, working as a slave, hungry and now addicted to licatherin. She has had friends and foes die in front of her, her family is worlds away and her best friend, Claritsa, has been abducted by Doormaker Tain’s people. At the same time, Maella has grown stronger and more confident. She has a much better understanding of her Doormaker powers, and is discovering the history that her family tried so hard to hide. Although Claritsa is no longer with her, Sethlo remains. Maella has made some firm friends with the Torchlighters amongst whom she had worked the perilous pipes on the Tower of Shadows. At the end of the last book, Maella brought down the Tower of Shadows, and now she and her friends are escaping the rubble, along with the traumatised little Klylup boy they rescued (now reverted to human form). Following Junle’s Doormaker pattern, and clasping her family Pattern Book, Maella leads them to the Library of Souls wagon. She throws open the doors, and sees … the inside of a wagon. The doors have ceased to hum, and Maella’s powers seem to have broken with the Tower and the Klylup curse. Maella desperately wants to find Claritsa and her father, but first she and her friends have to get far from the disintegrating Tower of Shadows, across the Forsi desert, and to the possible safety of the city of Jillow City – before the deathly cold-turkey of the krokosod hits them, as the remaining licatherin disappears from their blood. They manage to negotiate with Veda Loor, the Master Librarian in charge of the Library of Souls wagon, exchanging their labour and protection of the wagon and its contents for safe passage. But first, “There is a basin in the far corner. Do not splash. Now GO WASH YOUR HANDS!” Veda Loor is yet another amazing character in this series. She is old, wise, and cares passionately about her work and the books and patterns in her wagon. Beneath her gruff exterior and frequent cane swipes, she has a heart of gold. Despite having been initially forced into helping them, she gives Maella and the Torchlighters all the support they need – provided they WASH THEIR HANDS. The end of the book comes far too quickly: “Maella wanted to hate them. But somehow, she understood. It was so easy to hate. It was so easy to blame. Life felt better that way—to blame someone else for the problems you had caused yourself.” The action is so fast-paced, and the story so absorbing, that the 333 pages fly by, and the end just creeps up on you – then slams you in the face. After the shock, I finally realised there is another book to come – so all is not yet lost (apart from my peace of mind – I NEED that next book!). I recommend this series very highly – to all fantasy fans – and indeed to all who are not fantasy fans yet, but definitely could be after these books. I received an Advanced Reader Copy of this book at no cost from the author in exchange for an honest review

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