The Daughter of Zion
Life as Warren Parish knew it fell apart during his short time away from Earth. Now the most vile demon of all time is assembling his army to destroy mankind.
The final showdown has begun.
The Daughter of Zion is the explosive finale of The Soul Summoner series part two.
**The 9th Book In The Soul Summoner Series**
THE SOUL SUMMONER SERI
The conclusion and 9th book of the Soul Summoner series. Urban fantasy. Not a stand-alone.
A war between angels threatens to leave the human population devastated. It’s the year 2032 and Warren, Fury and Iliana lead the forces trying to stop the devastating conclusion.
Warning: this book includes the after effects of a manufactured virus that wipes out half the population. It is in no way related to our current situation (early 2020). It is fiction. The story u ...more
The first chapter ...more
The Soul Summoner series is about angels and humans, with a few demons, the Morning Star, and the Father himself getting involved from time to time. The main characters are Warren (human first, then Angel of Death), Sloan (human with some angelic powers), Nathan (human), Azrael (Warren's father and previous Angel of Death), Fury ...more
This is a 3.8 for me, mainly because it was a slow ride in spite of all the emotional drama. There just seemed to be a disconnect between me and Warren. I couldn't bring myself to be totally into his relationship with Fury because I still thought he was only ever for Sloan. I guess it only took him decades to get over her and their situation. Something I still can't accept (lol). But I had to, in order to move on, but this thi ...more
This is not to say I enjoyed every moment. It is unfortunate timing that this book has references to a (past histo ...more
Where do I begin? The book starts off exactly at the cliffhanger that kept me on edge for months: Warren, Fury and Reuel returning 17 years after they left fo ...more
In this book, Warren and Fury return after destroying Nulterra and find that they have been gone 17 years. They also return to a very different world where plague has destroyed a large part of the population. The Morning Star has risen into his power, but so has Iliana. There are new weapons and no help from Eden as the earth has been cut off. W ...more
Warren, Fury, Anya her sister, Reuel and Samael return from Nulterra with the little girl Hannah who is a ghost to be reunited with her father and Torman a fallen who helped them escape.
Warren sees Iliana and she says Appa I new your were still alive ...more
If you have enjoyed the series so far, this will not disappoint. There are some rather dramatic scenes in the book that I feel a certain someone has contributed a substantial portion of their experiences to these scenes, they almost felt a little too real at times. Thank you fo ...more
The thing with reading a serious like this Is you fall in love with every character. It doesn't matter if it's a big to small they play from a archangel to a guardian angel or a soldier or someone who runs a cake shop. From the start I was crying then I was laughing The relationships with the children there were babies when they left and then teenagers when they come back. Warren and fury handled it in their own way which I think this was beautifully written. Sloan and ...more
I love how everything turned out. Despite still feeling a pang of nostalgia in wanting Sloan and Warren together, I’m happy they both got to be with who they initially fell for.
As I’ve learned, it’s a slow and subtle build up. I think it’s mostly develops the characters and their relationships and interactions with each other. I like how you can feel everything that they all went through with each other.
It was a refreshing change to read a heroines story from another POV. I would ha ...more
I know a lot of people are going to cry. And laugh. And snort laugh. And pump your fist in the air while screaming, "YEAH!!!" It's all in there. All of it. All the feels and all the threads get pulled together into a bow. Ok, not a bow. There could NEVER be a bow (just like that last HP book). But the ending satisfies.
PLEASE be sure to read the epilog ...more
I first came across this series from an ad off Instagram. I took a chance and I’m just so happy that I did. The first book pulled me in with just the first few pages and I have been hooked. Each book in the series has been absolutely mind blowing in such an awesome way. You get to know each character in each book so much that they become a part of you. So much feels in every book!! Daughter of Zion had me staying up all night to just finish it yes it’s that’s amazi ...more
All good stories have to eventually conclude and sadly The Soul Summoner saga has reached the end of it's journey. The entire series has made me laugh and cry and filled me upon occasion with anxiety. I never thought I would be interested in a book of this genre but Elicia wrote each book with such skill and ease it was easy to get wrapped right in. I have laughed out loud and I have cried and I treasured every moment... and The Daughter of Zion didn't disappoint. ...more
OMG Elicia Hyder has created the best series I have ever read and Daughter of Zion was no exception. The conclusion to this stellar series was riveting. It has you bursting out in laughter just moments after bringing you to the brink of tears. The emotional roller coaster this series is capable of is incredible. The characters are so realistic and relatable you forget you are in a fantasy world at all, and not right at the table with Sloan, Warren, Nathan and the r ...more
I liked this and it was a good way to end the series. Warren narrates this tale. He, Reuel, Fury, Anya and Torman have returned from hell after two days to find that seventeen years have passed and Morningstar is on track to destroy humanity. Not only has he killed off a quarter of the earths population with a deadly virus but he’s also created a way to destroy angels. Iliana must use all of her allies and powers to try and stop Morningstar and rebuild the spirit line to reopen the pa ...more
When I'm not writing, I can be found sipping craft beer in my blow-up swimming pool or beating my children at Harry Potter ⚡ trivia. I am married to a superhero and have two dogs with severe separation anxiety. I suck at CAPTCHA puzzles an ...more