Edmund has infiltrated the underground hallways of Prague, guiding the massacre that would end the lives of the last of the great magical race. In her attempts to stop him, Wynifred has been captured and her magic restrained. Chained up in the ancient dun ...more
This novel was brilliant, I got to read Wyn and Illyan's point of view. Both characters are actually my favourite in this whole series, so i loved seeing this insight. I cried, got scared, freaked out! It was amazing!
JUMPING straight into Soul of Flame now... best be off!!
Nocturnal Predators Reviews
I am truly disappointed with how this book turned out. I was expecting the story to continue from where it left off, but all I got was a lot of background story on Wyn (which I really didn't need to understand the book). I would have been happier if the author had written a Novella on Wyn's story, which I would not have read and carried on in the book. When the continuation finally started off where I wanted it too I was on the second to last chapt...more
This was BY FAR, THE BEST THING REBECCA L. ETHINGTON HAS WRITTEN. This was one of the best books I have read all year! THIS WAS MIND-BLOWING, MIND-NUMBINGLY, FANTASTIC. My God, where are you Rebecca i need to kiss you!
Also i would like to mention if you haven't caught on this is the 3rd in a series, there will be spoilers not only from the first book *i know gasp* but also the second book *double gasp!* so please don't look at this review unless you don't care about the happenings of the second ...more
I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.
Let me just start with saying WOW! This book completely surprised me! We were forewarned at the end of the last book that this would be from Wynn and Ilyan’s point of view (which many people seemed upset about) but after reading this – let me tell you, you had NOTHING to be worried about!
The book begins from Wyn’s point of view just before Edmund and the Trpasliks attack Imdalind while Ilyan and Jocelyn are in ...more
For those who have read the series, this book is set in the time when Joclyn is trapped inside Cail's mind and can't get out. While she was battling inside her head, the battle continued outside. And, this book tells us about what happened while Joclyn was away.
Scorched Treachery was told in two point of views: Ilyan and Wyn, so I'll talk about those two ...more
We see through Wyn's eyes the torture that takes place at the hands of Edmund, her father Timothy and her ...more
I gotta say right off the bat that I was disappointed and I feel like this book could have been a companion novella to the series and it wasn’t needed. I mean, most of it was a recap from the other characters POV’s. Pretty much the whole book up until the last 15 percent so I was really upset about that honestly. The second book left on such a cliffhanger that I was all ready to jump in and find out what happens. There are a few aspects in the book that we ...more
Scorched Treachery is Book 3 in the Imdalind series.This is Very similar to Eyes of Ember as it is From Wyn and Ilyan's Point of View.While it is similar it is also very different.You may wonder why exactly did Rebecca choose to write this book now rather then later and not go straight to the next part of the series.Well let me be the first to tell you this was needed.There is so much going on that We,The Readers were not able to delve into in Eyes of Embe ...more
How could I have ever doubted this book?
I can't even...gah...speak! Reading Wyn's and Ilyan's POVs was like nothing I expected or anticipated. I thought two books from Joclyn's POV would make me uninterested in this book, but boy was I WRONG!
The plot was amazing, the characters were amazing, and I just fell in love with everybody even more than before. It didn't even feel like I was missing anything, like the change in POV in comparison to the first two books didn't mean a ...more
And now, to remove my mind from the world of Imdalind and return to the kids, the laundry, and t ...more
Reread 3/15 and loved it again! This one is just so sad and torturous for everybody.
This book is, in its right, the third book but it also ties up some loose ends from the second. It focuses on Wyn and Ilyan’s stories and you find out a bit more of their stories.
It is a very good book and had me flipping pages as the end drew near. Another excellent job by the author for a wicked story and great plot twists! Again, I cannot fault the world building and structure that has been put into place. I also love the use of the Czec ...more
Scorched Treachery is book three of Rebecca Ethington's Imdalind series and unlike the first two installments, it is told from the alternating POVs of Ilyan and Wyn during the two weeks that Joclyn is trapped in Cail's mind. Ilyan struggles with the conflicting needs to protect and save Joclyn and protect what is left of his people. Wyn is just trying to survive her im ...more
At first I was a little bit disappointed that I'd be reading the same story again, but I'm so glad that the author has written this series this way as there was so much happening to the other characters while Jos was stuck in her connection with R ...more
8/28/13-8/29/13: Ok, it was good a ...more
The majority of this book was a recap of book 2, but from other character's points of view. A lot of it, I thought was unnecessary. I thought those recap POV scenes could have been left out and inserted into an extras section on the author's website. While alone it would have been interesting to read, it just didn't mesh well with the book. It didn't feel natural or remotely seamless. For example, Ilyan's shared scenes with Joce ...more
Then not to mention that I felt awful for Wyn, Ryland, and Sain. The stuff that they went through in prison was awful, but no one had it as bad as Wyn. We learn about her past and how she got those strang ...more
I really thought that I would be miserable with a book revolving around 2 POVs, one of which I was sure would bore me, based on story we already read in the last book. I mean who really cares about her best friend Wyn's POV right? WRONG! Granted, it was slow in the beginning but it all made sense in the end. Now I can't believe how silly I was to think that we didn't need to know what every other character went through because that is what this book delivers. We even get to ...more