Life just keeps getting more complicated for Cedar McLeod. As the recently crowned queen of Tír na nÓg, she’s trying to understand her magical new kingdom, even as she misses her life back on Earth. It doesn’t help that a dear friend has just betrayed her - a betrayal that almost cost Cedar and her family their lives. And things aren’t easy at home, either, as Cedar’s seven-year-old daughter, Eden, lost and lonely in Tír na nÓg despite her special powers, has become painfully distant.
Cedar vows to do whatever it takes to protect her family once and for all, and starts rounding up those who plotted against her. But then a new disaster breaks out: a mysterious sickness is plaguing the Unseen, Ireland’s magical creatures, including those Cedar knows and loves. With enemies still on the loose and not knowing whom she can trust, Cedar must race against time to reverse an ancient curse, in a journey that will take her from Tír na nÓg to Earth…and beyond.
Brimming with edge-of-your-seat adventure, Among the Unseen - the exciting conclusion to Jodi McIsaac’s Thin Veil trilogy - weaves an enchanting, captivating spell.
©2014 Jodi McIsaac (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved
I don't think I could sum up the book in 3 words… would be too vague and unfair. Instead I'd say the book tells a story of a Queen trying to be good and realize that as much you can do you can only do the best as you can.
For me was actually The God Thor being in the book ! I love crossover stories and since past of the book being in Asgard was a great deal! The happy ending … though I wish there was more of The Tuaha De Danann stories to be told.
These is my second book (apart from the Thin Veil trilogy) by Kate Rudd, I love her performance, she can really convey the drama and feelings!!! I would say two characters were my favorites among many Cedar and Eden as a woman and a child Kate's voice can do wander and she delivers their adventures so well and their relationship is believable.
Not cry, but I felt sad for some characters. Some parts were funny. This book was more intense in a way than the previous books so I was quite drawn to the story.
The Book picks up right at where Into The Fire (the second book) ends. I enjoyed the fact that the author brought in many characters even if for a little bit. The story gave us a bit more of the life of Cedar in Tir na nOg and her drama to become a not only strong but a righteous queen. Our little Cedar also had a lot to learn…she had a big part in the story but the ending not much was sad about her and her destiny… I wish the book was a bit longer so we could have time to learn what happened after the ending…yes there is some in the prologue but in my opinion Id be content with another 30min at least hahaha …I guess its good that the story left me with this taste for more. I wish "Beyond The Pale would also come to Audible version… but since I dont know I'd get the Kindle version just n case.
I do hope Jodi McIsaac come up with perhaps a spin off story from one of the Characters. Or maybe bring over the Original Tuha De Danann in some prequel stories? There's so much mythology to work with!
Last thank you Jodi, thank you Kate and Thanks Brilliance Studios for you all great work combined !!! I enjoyed a lot !!!
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