Flight of the Feathered Serpent
A danger reaching beyond life's boundaries.
A love destined for all eternity...
A silent killer sweeps humanity, consuming its life force, threatening an eternal reign of darkness. After narrowly escaping this shadowy force in the highlands of Scotland, New York psychiatrist Sara Forrester is tasked with finding the second key of life—by unlocking th ...more
I received an ARC from the publisher from Netgalley. I thank them for sending this wonderful book to me.
The flight of the feathered serpent is the third instalment of the The three keys series. The plot continued Sarah Forrester’s hunt for the keys which takes her to Yucatan.
The story was written in a way that was fluid and very easy to understand while being able to describe everything without feeling like an info dump. The story included details from the first two books which helped ne...more
This book continues straight from the ending of the previous episode of the saga, ‘A Light Within.’ Having achieved the first key in that book, Sara Forrester must journey to the Yucatan to find the second one. She is surrounded by her trusty band of companions, as in any true quest, and meets her new guardian, an old woman who can shape shift into a jaguar. In this story, Sara is given shape shifting powers of her own – she is able to shift into a ...more
This book can be read on its own, but you would understand Sara and Kevin’s mission better by reading the previous books. When Sara travels to find the keys, she struggles to know who to trust. Even the people she must depend on to complete her mission are trying ...more
I really appreciate the copy for review!!
The love story between Sara and Kevin continues to be at the forefront although it's suppossed to be on the back burner since Sara has to concentrate on acquiring the keys.
I would have wanted to give this book 5 stars, but couldn't; there were just too many instances where I would have preferred less "tell" and I was often confused about where to draw the line between thoughts the other(s) could read and thought ...more