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Publisher's Summary

Reunited with her people, Shanti knows that she must make a move in order to finally put her duty to rest. But as always, Xandre is one step ahead of her.

For one brief moment, when she lets down her guard, Shanti falls into enemy hands. But if Xandre thought she would be a docile prisoner, he was sadly mistaken.

With Shanti running interference, it is up to the boys she has trained and the army Cayan leads to fight their way to her side.

The fate of the land will finally be decided. Which side will be overtaken?

Overtaken is the final book in the number one best-selling series.

©2016 K. F. Breene (P)2017 Podium Publishing

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Best Series

I am very choosy with the books I read & even care to review as I do read a lot. However, this series is one of my all time favorites & I am hoping KF Breene will expand on this series. The audio is fantastic! Caitlin Davies does an amazing job with all the voices and humor! It's one series I will and do listen to over and over again as well as read because it is so beautifully written with talent and humor and such love and devotion. All the books were beautifully done! Thank you for an amazing series. I truly hope there will be more to come.

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Awesome conclusion!!!!

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The sixth book in the Warrior Chronicles saga is one of the best conclusions to a series that I've had the pleasure to listen to in a long while. There aren't any dull moments in this book. Action, kidnapping, loss, deception, battle, trust, and a common cause along with Breene's sense of humour and writing style kept me wanting more and saddened when it ended. Overtaken is a great ending to a unique adventure series!

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So sad, I didn't enjoy the ending at all

This book gets 3 stars only because books 1-5 were fantastic. The adventure, the characters, the world, the magic, and the peoples...the lead-up to the big battle was epic.

The final battle?

Meh.

Seriously, meh.

In this book, Shanti is captured fairly early on. She has this realization that she could be happy. She has Cayan, the honor guard, her brother, and all their people, even Sanders grew on her (I love Sanders, btw). And she realizes that they are finally ready to maybe, possibly WIN against Xandre and his armies.

Then, BAM, she is captured. After that we have some chats with Xandre's closest security officers and of course, Xandre himself. Those chats are sort of illuminating, but a bit dull.

And otherwise we follow the honor guard as they follow Shanti to Xandre's stronghold. While all that is important, it was mostly really boring. A bunch of whiny teens whimpering and bantering for most of the book, doing stupid things and just getting away with it all.

All while there is a quick scene here or there with Shanti or Cayan (alone and separate of course), but that was really it. No epic fighting beside one another. No combining of gifts for a big bang. Like, why give Cayan his 'endless abyss of power' if he never uses it?

I don't want to spoil anything for anyone, so I won't get into deets, but... They entire book felt disjointed. It was no longer about Shanti and Cayan, the Chosen. It was about teenagers. There is, of course, the end battle, but it felt like ALL that prep from books 1-5 was for naught. Just a disjointed fight scene that often didn't make a lot of sense in a listening format. (as in, because the narrative is jumping from one character to another, and action is coming fast all while there are big reveals and oddball conversations happening, listening to the narrator read it all got a bit confusing.)

And the way they approach Xandre's fight was just, again, kinda quick and confusing. I had to go back bacause I honestly didn't realize Shanti had already fought the guy at one point. Darn pronouns had me thinking it was someone else.

By the end of the book, some of that was still happening. I actually googled one of the characters that I was sure had died, but whom the author hardly bothered to explain about. It was just weird.

Finally, Leilius had way too much dialogue in this book, because the narrator's voice for him was AwFuL. Ick. Like a little kid with the screechiest, whiniest voice imaginable, and at the highest possible pitch. Fingernails on a chalkboard would be soothing compared to that voice. He is supposed to be a spy, for pete's sake. Maybe early on, the screechy baby voice might have suited his character a little, but by the time he is battle-tested and officially a spy for Shanti's honor guard? No. Just no.

Alas, the series was still great. I recommend reading it to a mature young adult. The sexy scenes are quick and undetailed mostly, the relationship between Cayan and Shanti is sweet and believable in how the grow together, The violence is... Very much there throughout but generally not terribly gory. Overall the series was phenomenal. I just was sadly disappointed by this ending, but not devastated. It still had the necessary HEA and tied up most loose ends.

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good series!

narrator was okay, missing emotion, drab. wish she had more inflection. but over all a great series!

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Epic battles, tragic loses, heartache and love!!!

This final installment of the Warrior Chronicles brings everything to a closure with epic battles, tragic loses, heartache and love. All the players are in motion, and all the pieces are finally fit together in a way that no one could have predicted. I am sad to see the series end but I love how thrilling the story was!!!

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Fascinating series

I have enjoyed all six books in this series. Wonderful characters, great detail and held my interest through them all. Narration by Caitlin Davies was excellent. She added to the richness of the story. I recommend this series to anyone who enjoys a great story.

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Great Series!!

What made the experience of listening to Overtaken the most enjoyable?

Packed with adventure, suspense, mystery and a bit of romance, the series keep me engaged right to the end! Ms. Davies really made the characters come to life! I loved how everything was addressed in Overtaken and I felt very satisfied with how everything felt complete.

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Great Ending

what a wonderful ending for a great series. sometimes after reading a series I can feel very unsatisfied but this book really wrapped things up

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Awesome Series!!

The Warrior Chronicles is by far one of my favorite series. The character development is excellent, the comic relief is hilarious, and the overall sense of determination is it inspiring. The ending was abrupt and seemed anti-climatic to the monumental struggle that everyone just went through. But I would highly recommend this series to any and everyone who enjoys the Triumph of human spirit over insurmountable odds.

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A wonderful series!

This series I came across through a sale on the 1st book. I was so taken by the first of the series, I quickly ordered the rest. I personally enjoy Science Fiction, paranormal, action, adventure, mystery, and love romance included with any of the above. Actually, romance is normally required. This book included all of the above. It was fascinating!! I will look for any more books by this author! You can’t go wrong with this series.

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  • Paulette
  • 09-22-20

Fantadtic!!

I absolutely enjoyed this series. Could not stop listening. Simply amazing. looking forward to others.

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  • Nikki
  • 05-03-20

Fantastic series

This is a fantastic series I highly recommend it! Great characters, a suspense filled story with some great humour thrown in. A really good fantasy series.

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  • Sophy Sorn
  • 03-11-20

Great series

This is such a great series!! The hero and heroine are strong and smart! All the other are great as well! I don’t mind reading about all of them! Caitlin Davies did an amazing job at narrating. She makes it easy to followed who’s tho.

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  • susan
  • 01-17-20

Wonderful series

Loveed every one of this 5 book series I laughed cried and was drawn in threw the whole series give it a read well worth thank you

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  • Nicole
  • 01-30-19

loved it.

couldn't stop listened. so uplifting and a great escape. loved the characters and enjoyed so much having a new series to go through

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  • 06-03-18

love the book

loved the story and the characters not so sure about the narrator though. would definitely recommend