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Thirteen by Kelley Armstrong
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May 07, 2013

it was amazing
Read in August, 2012

I have enjoyed these books for many years. They almost signify my return to reading after the "lost" baby years when my children kept me so busy I fell asleep at Paragraph 1.

A brilliant conclusion to a fabulous series. If you have never read one, don't be put off begin with Bitten and take the plunge, every book is a fabulous tale with character elements and plot depths that keep you riveted.

I look forward to a new adult series from this Author, she remains at the top of my list. I've enjoyed ALL of her young adult, teen books but I like the depth of characters and the complete aspects of life that you gain from a book written for adults.
This is a tale narrated by Savannah, a surprising narrator for the final booking in the Women of the Otherworld collection. I've read them all, had most titles on pre-order immediately after reading the last. So you can establish I'm a fan! I've read most of the titles by this author however, this is the series that I rate above all others. It captured my from the onset in Bitten and just became more riveting as the books came along.

I'm offering no spoilers here so will only go on to say that all the key characters have there part, however small. Their inclusion in this story is never just to tick a check sheet they have relevance. The spell casters in the Otherworld Series have long been a favourite of mine so I was pleased that Savannah was the focus but hoped for a little more Paige and Lucas, which brings me back to the authors relevance in using the characters. She needed to be true to the story so they played their part.

A bittersweet ending to a long running series, I live in hope that the author will go on to imagine another world for her adult readers! I will miss these people.

Thank you Kelley.
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