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Publisher's Summary

The entity who has been called the Witch Hunter is focusing on those who have psychic powers. He has issued an edict to the Tantalarians, demanding that they bow to his will. He has challenged the wrong people, though he doesn’t seem to realize it.

One Tantalarian in particular feels he has an ax to grind with this Witch Hunter. This entity has mentally attacked Terec and singled out the woman he loves to use for his own nefarious purpose. He will not rest until his foe is dead. The game lines have been drawn; the war is on. He might be a young warrior, but he will protect his own. He has nothing to lose but his life, for until the one he loves is safe from the madman, he will stop at nothing.

Adele, a young Earthling, falls in love with the young Tantalarian Hunter Terec at first sight and is determined she will have no one else. One of the Phoenixes connects with Adele, creating changes in her, both mentally and physically, that no one expected.

Adele agrees with Terec's decision to go after the Witch Hunter, although she knows how dangerous his plans are, and she is prepared to fight at the side of the man she loves.

©2015 Mary Ann Abraham (P)2018 Mary Ann Abraham

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  • seelk
  • Ontario, Canada
  • 08-05-18

Terec and Adele - YES

I thought when I read this story, that it was quite a roller coaster, but listening to it told by one of my fave voices, Mr. Callanan, who brings it to life vividly, his many voices unique to each character and reflecting his passion for the craft. The Witch Hunter challenges the one he should not have. Does he lose? I am happy with the outcome. Getting there is quite another story, Terec and Adele along with the inhabitants of Tantalus unite to fight an unseen foe and show us that despite their different backgrounds, love is possible. This series is getting better and better and I can't wait for the next one.

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Brian is an excellent narrator

before I will speak about a book and I will because the book is great I think I should say some words about the great narrator that we had in the book he didn't incredible job to make everything alive every single character had it on personality it was incredible I absolutely loved his work
no I will pick a bit about the book I don't really like to write spoilers so I will not speak about the book you can read the blurb of course but I will say that the book was clumsy in a good way it wasn't very precise and I loved it I can't really explain myself very good without making spoilers about the characters but I did like very much the fact that the story never bored me it was absolutely fleering like you are on a ride and every single moment something can happen and this what the book was about for me I absolutely adored it

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review

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Is the worst over? 🤔🙄

I was gifted this book in exchange for an honest unbiased review.

Let's just jump right into this review. For the past three books we have been anticipating the demise of the Witch Hunter. We all know that he's evil and we all know that he is up to no good however we have not really found out why he is doing what he does. Well we have in this book but before this book we didn't have any idea why he was doing any of the things he was. In this book things start to heat up tremendously.

Terec is someone that we met way back in First Contact. He did not have a major role then but we kind of figured that he would have a book eventually. The only thing is I didn't realize that he was going to play a major part in the demise of the Witch Hunter. But before we get into that let me backtrack just a tad bit.

The Witch Hunter decides to change up his MO just a bit. Up until this point he has been getting rid of people with psychic abilities. We still don't know why he's getting rid of people with psychic abilities but this isn't his first rodeo with committing genocide. We do get an explanation of who or rather what he is but we still don't understand what makes him tick.

Now let us get back to Terec and his romance with Adele. We all knew that him and Adele were mates and we knew that they were going to end up being together. Difference was that it would be a long road thanks to Adele's mother, Cara. That woman has irked me from the very first time I met her back in book one. She gives me this holier-than-thou vibe that I cannot deal with. I do understand that she is a single mother and her job is to protect her children but there is a difference between protecting and stiflingly and she stifles her children verses protecting them.

The romance between Adele and Terec was very sweet. One of the issues that I do have with Adele and it seems like all the other young girls within this is that they put themselves in situations to be harmed or get hurt. I cannot stand when a character is doing dumb stuff and it is blamed on youth tendencies. When I was a certain age I did not do certain things because I knew there would be consequences but yet these young girls don't realize that there are consequences and something bad might occur especially with the animosity between the new settlers and the Tantalrians.

There were a lot of twists and turns with in this book and I am all for that. People who I thought were gone forever are not so gone. The Witch Hunter is actually something that or someone that I never ever expected. The Tribunal has a ton of secrets that nobody knew about. I now know where they we're living when they decided to go away for centuries and it isn't what you think it is. I am looking forward to continuing the series and I cannot wait to see what happens.

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Let this audio save you and the world

Love this. Book 3 in the series. This will have you love how it continues from the end of book 2 . This story is full of myster and suspense . That will have you at the edge on your seat till the end . At the end of book 2 Terrc sees a ship under water Terrc is looking for the witch hunter that is hunting all the physic . Is there a reason why the hunter is doing it. Terric is starting to have strong feelings for Adele. They are getting closer every day .

Terrc is a special man He has a mind and body that is an honour to his people On the plant that the humans have now lived on for years now .
Because Adele has a strong bond to Terrc. Adele is human but she is slowly changing. She’s starting to grow wings like the people on Tatalalus. Because of Terrc and Adele feelings for each other the higher ups on Tantalus , the Phoenixs, want Adele to be strong Like the females that were born on the planet .
Terrc has an idea how to catch the witch , will he convince the higher ups of his plan. Will Adele help.

You don’t want to miss this

Brian has an amazing voice. He had a strong smooth clear voice. He brings the story to live

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Go, Terec! Go Adele!

The story continues from book 2, Integration. The Audible book description gives enough detail to help you decide if it’s interesting enough to purchase.
I received a copy of book 1 free for my review; but enjoyed the series so much that I’ve purchased both audiobook and kindle copies.
The storyline for this book is Terec and Adele. Terec grows in recognition and status among the Tantalarians with his intelligence and attention to details. Adele has connected to a Phoenix and has her own related changes to deal with. The current series arc with the Witch Hunter ends in this book; but the next series arc is launched at the end with the message to the Tribunal Elder.
Callanan does a good job of narration. His voice fits this series.
Recommend.

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  • TU
  • 09-04-18

pretty good

I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

I was a bit apathetic of the first book. It was slow and I felt there wasn't enough world building for my liking. There was a lot of focus on the sex and relationships. That being said, I'm perplexed by this book. Apparently this is book 3 in the Tantalus series, but I don't see book 2 on Audible. I felt like I was missing a lot in this book. Like what happened between the two books. It seems like a lot. The story, though, was easy enough to follow. As long as you don't care what happened previously, I think this story can still be enjoyed by itself. What I enjoyed most about this book, though, was that it wasn't quite so focused on the sex and relationships. I really liked the whole phoenix thing, as well. All in all, I thought this book was worth checking out.

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Enjoyable

A"Witch Hunter" is going after those with psychic to get his way with the Tantalarians. But all will not go his way. Love has a power and a determination to do what one must to save the ones they love and defeat the evil one. This was an enjoyable story and certainly will want you to continue the saga of the Tantalarians.

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We learn who the witch hunter is

This is the third book I’ve read/listened to by this author and I look forward to listening to more in this series. I enjoy the world MA Abraham has created. It is interesting and original, and makes me want to learn more about these societies.

The publishers summary does well to outline this book, so I will not say much, except… we learn who the Witch Hunter is.
This book comes to a conclusion pertaining the main story thread common in the first three books. The end of this book brings up a new issue that is the lead into the next book(s).

This is the fifth book I’ve listened to by this narrator ( Brian Callanan ) and I would listen to another. He has become these characters and I am glad he has continued to read this series. I hope he continues to read the rest. He good at his job, and brings the stories he reads to life.

There are a couple passages with described sex, but it is very tastefully done. I despise romance novels yet Find these passages tolerable and in fact I think they fit in the story. There is some swearing by one character, but it is not excessive. There is no excessive violence.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and voluntarily left this unbiased review.
Please feel free to comment on whether you found my review helpful.

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  • Tony Bough
  • 08-27-18

Another excellent book in the Tantalus series

I loved the first two books and this one is excellent too. If you have read the first two you slip straight into the action. I'm going to try and avoid spoilers as there are too many great twists and turns for me to ruin it. We see some of the main characters from the first two take a back seat to Terec and Adele. We have seen Terec before but he is really thrust into the forefront as the premier Hunter and the man (or Tantilarian) with a plan. All of the characters are great. I really like the development we get in terms of the Witch Hunters character and who/what he is. The book starts where the previous one left off and it effortlessly glides into the story and the action slowly builds. It's great!! You have to check out this series!

The narration is excellent and matches the characters and the story perfectly. It pushes the pace of the story and is very engaging.

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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  • Melanie osmond
  • 08-11-18

What a book!!

This is book 3 in the Tantalus Series, I do suggest you start at book 1 or you will be confused.

Young Adele is going through a honourable change, she has been the first of the earthling females to be chosen by a Phoenix. And what should be a joyful occasion is starting to tear a rift between the rest of the humans on Tantalus.

However this is not the only problem Adele will face before her Phoenix will join her, she also faces danger from the entity known only as the Witch Hunter and he has singled her out for his exploits.

Can Terec save the one he loves and help her through her change, or will he fail.

I can’t wait to see what’s in store for this wonderful cast of characters in the next instalment of this series.