Banishing the Dark
In this new installment in a beloved urban fantasy series, gutsy renegade mage and tiki bar owner Arcadia Bell faces the last danger standing between her old identity and a new future she desperately wants: herself.After surviving a supernatural battle with Hellfire Club leader Ambrose Dare, Cady... show more
In this new installment in a beloved urban fantasy series, gutsy renegade mage and tiki bar owner Arcadia Bell faces the last danger standing between her old identity and a new future she desperately wants: herself.After surviving a supernatural battle with Hellfire Club leader Ambrose Dare, Cady and her demon boyfriend, Lon Butler, journey across California to find the source of her mysterious Moonchild origins. But the further they travel, the stranger the revelations about her parents’ past occult lives. Can Cady keep what's rightfully hers, or will she have make the ultimate sacrifice to stop her murderous mother from crossing the planes?
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: May 27th 2014
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Arcadia Bell (#4)
Banishing the Dark is the last book in the Arcadia Bell series. And it begins about a month after the third one ended. Cady is going to try to take down her mother once and for all, and she also has to figure out a way to save her family, and more. But it is not as easy as you would think. Especiall...
4.25 stars. I liked it, just not as much as the previous books. Don't get me wrong, I love this series. Lon and Cady together as a couple is genius. Jupe is cool. The demons and world these guys live in is really thought out. I just had one issue with it and that was the spell they used on Cady....
Omg I can't believe it's over, I wish it had been longer, but only because I love Arcadia, Lon and Jupe so much. The conclusion was very satisfying and I would definitely recommend the series. I would say that I hated [spoiler] the memory spell, as a part of the book was spent by Arcadia thinking th...
Cady’s mother is alive and in the Aether and looking for a way to cross over and fulfil her lifelong ambition – possessing her daughter and claiming her Moonchild magic for herself. Cady can find only one solution to saving herself and her unborn child – stop being the Moonchild. Which means findi...
Wow. This series took me completely by surprise. I liked the first book but didn't love it, but there was just enough creativity with the world, the magic, and its characters for me to want to give the second book a chance. And after that I grabbed the novella. And then I devoured the third book. Th...