Warning: this story contains a major spoiler from Shadow's End.
Reeling from a deep loss, the magical prince of the Wyr, Dragos and Pia's son Liam Cuelebre, turns inward and withdrawn as he struggles to come to terms with who he is, along with the challenges that lie before him.
Hoping to ease his heartache and offer comfort, a concerned Dragos and Pia offer him a gift, something he has desired for a long time. Liam's response has a ripple effect across all of New York. Soon miracles of all kinds start arriving just in time for Christmas, along with a visit from a mysterious person who gives Liam hope and a vision of his future.
©2015 Teddy Harrison LLC (P)2015 Teddy Harrison LLC
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I was expecting something different than a sullen teenager story. Although I do love Liam, I hate the fact that he is now practically an adult and only one year has passed by since he was born. This story was too short with a story that could have had more substance to it. I realize Liam is special, but I think that Thea has missed some opportunities for more great stories because she had Liam grow up so fast. I only hope that the stink pot doesn't grow so fast. Same narrator as the rest of the series, I enjoy her.
I love Liam as a character and have enjoyed listening to all his stories, unfortunately this one just left the reader hanging.
I enjoyed seeing this character begin to grow into a young man.
Yes but it was to short.
This was just to short (less a novella and more a teaser). Honestly for a $4.86 price I would have liked to have more of a story. At the length this should have been a freebie or a $.99 buy.
I love the Elder Races series and I am extremely curious to see Liam in college with Rica! Also, looking forward to meet "stinky pot" and Constantine ! The novellas are great links to the full books! Way to go Thea!
I've given up reading books when I can listen to them instead. That way I can do two things at once.
I think one of the most memorable moments was when Liam was all prepared for another fight with his dad and what he got was "all right" when Dragos heard the reasoning. Isn't that just typical between teens and their parents?
Sophie's one of the best I've ever heard. I think I like her range in voices and accents the best.
This book reminded me so much of so many moments in my own life that every stressful moment brought tears.
Can't wait to find out how Rika's going to play a part in Liam's life and what was that woman up to???
I love everything Elder Races and have been waiting impatiently for Liam to grow up. On this story Liam is battling with himself trying to take the control of his life, but most importantly for his parents to accept that he is no longer a child despite his Date of birth.
A promising story that Left me hanging and wanting a transition into Liam's full novel.
I didn't like that it was so short and in felt somewhat rushed ending as if the end should have been the turning point of the story that should have led to another book.
Sophie Eastlake is magnificent and her narration of this series is impeccable. I truly enjoy her work.
I can't say that there was something in the story that I didn't like per say. However, there is a new character that were not developed to give us a better view or inside of their purpose in this particular story. Yet, these might be characters that come back in later books only Thea knows, but I truly hope is guided by Liam's interaction with those characters.
I wanted more from this particular story and didn't get it. I'll rate it 3 stars because I still have high hopes of the character Liam.
this is a good story but it is was to short. do Liam have a happy ending what? there should be more to this.
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