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The Last Arakad (Volume 1)

4.36 of 5 stars 4.36  ·  rating details  ·  14 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Do you believe in destiny? When sensitive Maya moves with her brother Thomas from Los Angeles to Paris hoping for a better life, she has no idea that everything is about to dramatically change. What starts as an initiation into the age-old Arakad magical tradition takes an unexpected turn when a wave of brutal murders shatters her world. Caught up in an ancient prophecy, s ...more
Kindle Edition, 262 pages
Published 2012
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Nazish Ahmed (Nazish Reads)
I rated this book 4.5 stars.

To view my post for the blog tour and other reviews, click here The Last Arakad By Guillaume Wolf

(I was given the ebook for free to review, as part of "The last Arakad" blog tour.)

Gore: No
Magic: yes
Romance: No (this is the second book that I read in a while where there was no romance in, this part is kind of refreshing after reading so many paranormal romances).

Action: 4 stars
Pacing: 4.5 stars
Plot: 4.5 stars

This is going to be a little shorter than I planned and than
Meena Fairoak
I just finished reading The Last Arakad--and Wow--I just loved it.

The characters are well developed (Maya, Uncle D., Thomas); I quickly became attached to them and their personal struggles. Next, the plot (a supernatural thriller taking place in Paris) was a real page-turner, well written, with each chapters ending with a cliffhanger. I found it absolutely entertaining and fast-paced. Finally, the book has depth, it talks about life and our place in the world The questions Maya and Uncle D. ask
I picked up this book on the recommendation of a friend . . . and as soon as I read the opening pages, I could't put it down!

Set predominantly in Paris, this novel is about a young woman Maya and her brother Thomas. Part coming-of-age story, part adventure/thriller woven with a good dose of hermetic lore and magic, I found myself wondering what would happen next to these characters -- especially Maya.

It is a fast-paced page turner with cliffhangers in every chapter . . . very absorbing. I hope t
I won this book on a Goodreads Firstreads Giveaway! Interesting book - lots of good aspects to it, but some not so great things as well. Let me start with the good: the concept of the story was very interesting. A person wielding "Prima" worked well. The content was good - no foul language, sex, or gory violence. I really appreciate that in a book. The characters were also easy to connect to. I also really enjoyed the blending of aspects from all religions and mythologies. Now for the not so gre ...more
Guillaume Wolf
Jun 18, 2012 Guillaume Wolf rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
"Interesting and entertaining . . . The groundwork has been laid for a satisfyingly epic story . . . The Arakad novels could make for a stellar new YA series."
—Kirkus Reviews

Reviews from Amazon

“As a lover of the supernatural/fantasy genre, this novel blends the genre well with an action/thriller feel, and therefore puts it in the same league as the Da Vinci Code and books of the like.”
—Amazon Review.

“Captivating from the start, the main protagonist Maya and her younger brother Thomas are charact
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I liked this book's story. It was very motivating and heartfelt. In the mist of chaos and loss we still can find love where we least expect it.
Jun 14, 2012 Phil marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
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Born in Africa (Sénégal), raised in Paris, France, and currently living in Los Angeles, California, Guillaume Wolf “Prof G.” embodies the spirit of the 21st Century “global village.” Guillaume has spent decades exploring the transformative power of symbols, archetypes, and creativity (and their relationship with the everyday world); and this passion inspires his writing.

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