The Angel Stone by Juliet Dark

 

The Angel StoneBlurb: For Callie McFay, a half-witch/half-fey professor of folklore and Gothic literature, the fight to save the enchanted town of Fairwick, New York, is far from over. After a hostile takeover by the Grove—a sinister group of witches and their cohorts—many of the local fey have been banished or killed, including Callie’s one true love. And in place of the spirit of tolerance and harmony, the new administration at Fairwick College has fostered an air of danger and distrust.

3 starsRead Via: Kindle (library book)

My Thoughts: The main issues I had with the second book carried over into this final book. Some parts are described nicely, while supposedly important ones are rushed through. Callie’s true thoughts are not really really looked at. I feel this book should have been told from a different point of view. Everything is still super convenient, but if you read the whole blurb there may be a reason for SOME of it.

I have mixed feelings about this book. I dislike it for the reasons above, but I kind of like it. I wouldn’t call it an okay trilogy. I dunno! I think the redeeming have to do with the demon lover. At first I didn’t like him, but now I totally do. I understand him now.

Read July 1, 2014 — July 11, 2014

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