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    Interspersed With Intense Moments, But Mostly Slow

    Technically I'm giving this a 3.5. I boosted the rating because I love the world-building and the mythology behind the supernatural creatures, particularly the fae and phoenixes. That said, I honestly think too much time was spent away from the story. I struggled to remember who everyone was and why they mattered, especially characters who didn't have as much impact in this story as they had in others, i.e.: Sam and Rochelle. I'm sad to say I found myself glazing over a lot of the story and the investigation. Maybe I'm in a slump, but I found the investigating to be boring. I'm also a little annoyed with Sam and Emberly. I know the crux is supposed to the phoenix curse but honestly, I just don't find myself liking Sam and think he ought to treat Em better. All this has been complaining and nitpicking, but truthfully, I really liked the action scenes, particularly their visual descriptions. They were truly intense, especially near the end. There were a lot of unanswered questions, which lead to another book next year (ugh, another year? Seriously?), and the ending essentially forces me to buy the next book. I wouldn't have an issue with that, except that as a whole, the story felt like a final novel rather than a new addition, if that makes sense. Hopefully there will be more to liven the plot the next time around.
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    Best yet

    Best book out of the souls of fire series. Can't wait to reed the sequel and hope it wil be even better.
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