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Shomu (Sekhmet's Light #3)

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The cycle of the year draws to a close. Shomu, the Harvest, is a time of festivals and celebration, but for NuruSekhmet, it is a time for vengeance.

Reeling from an onslaught of revelations and betrayal, Nicole Salem and her friends must marshal their courage to avenge their losses. Pursuing Apep’s dark servant from the high rises of Chicago, to the forests of South Americ
Kindle Edition, 121 pages
Published May 10th 2012 by Talaria Press
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Kat Lebo
Dec 16, 2012 rated it really liked it
Finished the last book in this trilogy earlier this evening. I enjoyed the ramped up action of this novel. Lots happening as avatars from throughout the Egyptian pantheon drew together. Some were old hands at channeling a ancient god; some were novices and some were not just novices, but folks who had never given a thought to the true existence of this ancient array of gods and goddesses. The tension grows as all the threads of Nicole's life come together in one spectacular battle of good agains ...more
May 19, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: fantasy, nook-own
I really enjoyed this concluding novel to the "Sekhmet's Light" series. While shorter than the other two novels, it never slowed down and just kept one caught up in the action. I only put it down because I couldn't keep my eyes open any longer (Bah! Why do we have to sleep!)! I would love to see other books with the same theme.

I also really enjoyed the short story at the end of the novel. It gave a nice taste of the beginnings of NuruSekhmet. I would also like more stories set in this time perio
Laurel Perkins
May 13, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Oh man! What a wild ride! I absolutely loved this trilogy. Definately one of my faves and destined to be on my shelf forever. I would recommend these books to every and anyone. I will be following this author to scoop up everything she writes! Wonderful!
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Sekhmet's Light (4 books)
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  • Peret (Sekhmet's Light, #2)
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