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Susan Van de Water
4.0 out of 5 starsThe saga continues
Reviewed in the United States on February 27, 2019
Without the first 8 books, this one would have made no sense. Read them in order. Excellent writing, excellent character development. And once again, this book has a cliffhanger ending. Authors seem to have lost the skill of writing self-contained novels that are satisfying in their own right.
5.0 out of 5 starsGreat series. Definitely read the prequels first if you ...
Reviewed in the United States on June 16, 2017
Great series. Definitely read the prequels first if you want better backstories and to understand some things better while reading the main series. I was pulled in with the prequels and had to keep going through the series. I enjoyed reading these books and can't wait to for the last one in this series. Glad there are side stories and another add-on series happening. There are a couple slow parts but also cliffhangers that make you want to keep going. I was able to picture it all in my head as I was reading. I would recommend this series and already have.
What a disappointment and Rip off! Finn's gay move on Aidrik put the nail in the coffin of this empty series. Won't waste another penny on this author. I was continually disappointed with the last three books, but hung on knowing the END of the series was close. Big lie!! The author comments that she will tie up the loose ends to finish the series in this book, but leaves Every thread hanging, nothing was woven together into any form of completeness. Just rambling. The last two books were the worst. The author practically plagerized Wikipedia on the legend of fairies, and this book was primarily a regurtitation of her previous books. If all the repeated info was left out, the book would have about 30 pages max, and the battle, saving the heir and series 'grand finale' would've fit in this book, as the author promised, no less. But then, the author would have to think, and write a new series, with new characters. Why should she when all she has to do is rewrite the same story over and over and over from every viewpoint possible, and people buy it? Now she will branch off into two more series based on this one? Why? Because it's lazy, and makes money. I'm not a prude by any means, but was disgusted the way Aidrik returned only to get nailed by Finn, who isn't gay, just sensitive? What could've been the only decent few pages of this book was ruined by the infantile need to one up 50 shades, which I'll never read. To sum, I want a refund for the last two books in particular.
5.0 out of 5 starsRead this wonderful master of words and creation
Reviewed in the United States on April 27, 2017
Okay, I waited to write a review until I have read all of the series available. This one is #9. I find these books absolutely imaginative, creative beyond any expectations I may have had. I have read and do read many, many books, few authors, do I find interesting enough to continue reading their work. this author, Sarah Cradit is someone I will follow forever. I am anxiously waiting for her 10TH and last book in the "Crimson and Clover" series. Expectations are that the last book will be as incredible as the previous 9.
Read this wonderful master of words and creation. You won't be disappointed!!
I feel like I have done myself a disservice by not reading the first books in this series and I will be rectifying this situation now and going back. This book was a smooth read and flowed very easily and got me lost on an adventure. I felt the characters had great depth and development to them and while I am going to go backwards for a bit here and read the first ones I can't wait to see what the next one holds.
5.0 out of 5 starsLoved it, as I have loved the whole Crimson ...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 22, 2017
Loved it, as I have loved the whole Crimson and Clover series. Each novel explains more of the 'extended' family and gets more exciting. Now waiting for the final instalment. I actually only got into this series recently and have read from Vol 1 to this Vol 9 one after the other. Very difficult to put down.