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Shaman, Lover, Warrior (Olivia Lawson, Techno-Shaman #5)

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The final installment, coming Summer of 2014! Though SK and Livvy had hoped for a happy homecoming, Los Angeles has changed and so have the people. But as Livvy struggles to hold on to loved ones, her past and future unexpectedly collide. Caught between the Multiverse and the real world, and saving herself or doing right, Livvy learns a final truth: the real measure of ...more
Published September 2014 (first published August 11th 2014)
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Debra Martin
Sep 07, 2014 Debra Martin rated it it was amazing
Ms. Green is one of my all-time favorite authors and I look forward to each book she releases. In "Shaman Lover Warrior" the final book in the Techo-Shaman series, Olivia Lawson returns to LA with SK after their quest in Guatemala, but all is not well in LA. All the shamans have either been driven out of town or assimilated into the new Russian Institute which is more like a prison than a place of healing. Once a shaman agrees to join the Institute, there is no way to leave.

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Ruth
Nov 25, 2014 Ruth rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
(This review is more for the entire series.)

I had a lot of fun with this series, as well as a more substantial connection with the two main characters that drove a concern with their relationship and their world. I thought it started out great--we entered into the world of the shaman, dealt with the changes that arose, and fell in love with the main love story and rooted for the two main characters to eventually find a way to be together. There was quite a bit of suspension of belief to go from
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Lana
Sep 28, 2015 Lana rated it it was amazing
Wow! What a fantastic way to wrap up the series.

Livvy and SK return to LA to find that not all is as peachy as they had hoped. Siberian shamans have moved in and taken a Russian Mafia tactic to the territory. Their friends aren't exactly happy to see them either. What can they do?

The rich techno-shaman world comes alive in this quick paced race to figure out, and set right, what the Siberians have set loose. Something is making Livvy sick, and act strange. Allies are hard to come by when death i
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Claude II
Feb 11, 2016 Claude II rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Having read the entire series, I found this book to be quite satisfying as a finale. The plot kept me on the edge of my seat even more than the previous installments. I was very saddened, but well satisfied with how things came back full circle to where it all began when we first met Liv. The revelation of who Mamacita really was confirmed my suspicions of her origins. It was a great pleasure to see former adversaries working together to fight for and begin a rebuilding of their former glory ...more
Karen
Dec 13, 2014 Karen rated it it was amazing
Non-stop, edge of the seat action … the unbreakable bonds of friendship … and a little romantic spice thrown in. Another winner! I’m really sad this series is over as it’s one of the best I’ve read.
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