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review 2020-04-20 16:05
Review: Keepers & the Soul Key (Meridian Chronicles #4) by M.D. Fryson
Keepers & the Soul Key - MD Fryson

Syno

 

 

What has happened to Aiden after his selfless act of sacrificing his life for Meridian? Where did Meridian go? True love can break the curse, but only an act of true love from a twin soul sets her free. Their epic and sudden departure have left their friends, witches, fairies, and spirits in search of their souls. While the high court demons strategize their attack of the hall of souls to absorb the angels' power — the only demoness at court has her secret obsession, and she used Moloch, the dark one's soul collector, who may have taken more than just one soul of a wicked witch. Astaroth's secret obsession and help from Moloch may indirectly help the dark one's plan. But there is one problem that lingers. Lahash, the rogue demon of the high court, has been charged to destroy his obsession, Echo, the Earth nymph. After kidnapping her and taking her to the dark realm, she is weakened and cannot fend off the brooding demon's lust. In a passionate moment, Lahash finally confesses why he is so obsessed with the nymph, and she admits her secret knowledge of human souls. The search for Meridian and Aiden surfaces a shocking revelation. Aiden is trapped and needs to be saved, but from who? The spirit guides demand the return of a spirit guide from the keepers, who remains in the hall of souls. They believe this spirit guide can stop the demons, save the spirit guide realm, find Meridian, and save humankind. The keepers, known as the angels, have one request that the chosen one must accomplish before Etheria can be saved, and Aiden to be returned. There is only one weapon that can destroy the demons, and it is the angels' quartz sword hidden on Earth. Will Etheria's chosen one of the spirit realm find the sword? Will the demons be destroyed, or will dark one's plan triumph? Can the fallen finally be freed of their awful fate? Will Lahash kill Echo? Find out if all is to be in vain or if the chosen one can defeat the demons, connect with her twin soul, and form the powerful soul key that can save all.

 

 

 

 

 

My Thoughts

 

*I received a free copy from the author and chose to leave a voluntary review. Thank you!*

What a great conclusion to the series. I read it all in one sitting and did not put it down other than to get food and bathroom breaks, and even than I sometimes took it with me . When I started the series I was a bit confused, there were just so many people and so much going on with world building that I had a hard time staying focused. BUT once I got into and got to know the people better I loved it. I’m so glad I stuck with it. This being the last everything wraps up, but not before it takes us on a wild ride with lots of loops, twist and turns along the way. I really enjoyed not only this book but the entire series, it has everything I love in a book, paranormal, romance, action, suspense and lots of humor. I’m looking forward to more books from this author.

 

I rate this book a full 5★

 

 

 

 

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review 2020-04-04 08:22
Silence, privilege and opression
Purple Hibiscus - Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

This book is terrible. It hurts like a bitch in a very quiet, understated way, it does not have the grace of tying the themes in any of the expected or more hopeful ways, and does so in a excellently written way. "Beat me while I love you" much?... Feels like a meta-theme.

 

There are: parallels between the government and Kambili's father's tyranny, between her aunt dithering on leaving the country while urging her mother to leave her father, the friend's questions on what is to be done if the strong leave, the children as reasons for leaving, where to go as the mother asks.

 

There are: commentaries about privilege, and the amount of issues it conceals, about the difference between public and private image, about having for others to see but not enjoying, about compassion not being something deserved, or related to station.

 

There are: questions about internalized colonization, the way religion opens paths for oppression and culture erosion (I raged so hard at the baptism and confirmation names thing), how a nation's identity gets eaten.

 

The motto of a university being "to restore dignity", like dignity has been lost, and higher education is what "gives" it... I have so many issues with the pretentiousness of that motto even while I think education does empower a people.

 

There is frankly a lot, and it left me so sad.

 

The first tenth is a mastery of the ominous. There is no overt violence, but the atmosphere itself is violently oppressive, and you can feel how the silence was bred into this girl. There is a moment where Jaja talks about another girl that saw her father murdered just starting to talk after 4 months, and he says she'll never heal from that, and it stayed with me that none of this characters ever will. The mother drank the love sips and was grateful that there was no second wife. Jaja paid heartily for his inner guilt. Kambili still yearns for her father's approval in her dreams, and that's how terrible and binding this twisted mockery of love is. They still do not talk. But maybe they have some hope of laughter.

 

I'm not touching that other priest with a ten foot pole because she's freaking 15.

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review 2020-03-09 00:00
The Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond Yourself
The Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond Yourself - Michael A. Singer This book will teach you so many great things about your life, and this book will teach you so many great things about your beautiful and extraordinary mind, you'll start to see the world with different thoughts and different eyes. You'll learn so much reading it, at first you are probably going to be reminded of some things you knew previously, but at second, you'll also learn things you've had no idea before. This book was recommended to me by a friend who's said to me that knowledge and wisdom in this book isn't just life-changing for those who fear change and discomfort but also enriching for the peace within mind, peace within soul, and peace within heart of every living soul. Mr. Singer has truly captured the purpose, the meaning, and the essence of mind in this beautiful little book, so it's no wonder to me that it's been accepted the way it's been accepted by millions of wonderful and beautiful people, and that there's so much praise and truly wonderful truly honest, and truly heartfelt reviews surrounding it. Wish I could say more of it, but I don't really want to spoil the spiritual experience for you. I will say this though: Don't give up on it, even when you feel like you already know this or that, because I promise you what you'll learn as you'll progress, has so much potential within it, it can not only change your life from worse for the better, but also enrich your life and thus also your heart, your soul, and your mind with this incredible energy and thu create in you a truly very positive mindset.
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review 2020-03-09 00:00
The Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond Yourself
The Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond Yourself - Michael A. Singer This book will teach you so many great things about your life, and this book will teach you so many great things about your beautiful and extraordinary mind, you'll start to see the world with different thoughts and different eyes. You'll learn so much reading it, at first you are probably going to be reminded of some things you knew previously, but at second, you'll also learn things you've had no idea before. This book was recommended to me by a friend who's said to me that knowledge and wisdom in this book isn't just life-changing for those who fear change and discomfort but also enriching for the peace within mind, peace within soul, and peace within heart of every living soul. Mr. Singer has truly captured the purpose, the meaning, and the essence of mind in this beautiful little book, so it's no wonder to me that it's been accepted the way it's been accepted by millions of wonderful and beautiful people, and that there's so much praise and truly wonderful truly honest, and truly heartfelt reviews surrounding it. Wish I could say more of it, but I don't really want to spoil the spiritual experience for you. I will say this though: Don't give up on it, even when you feel like you already know this or that, because I promise you what you'll learn as you'll progress, has so much potential within it, it can not only change your life from worse for the better, but also enrich your life and thus also your heart, your soul, and your mind with this incredible energy and thu create in you a truly very positive mindset.
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review 2020-02-01 20:25
Soul Seeks the Truth - Fizza Younis

Some of these stories are my absolute favorites. I hope that people enjoy reading this as much as I have enjoyed writing it.

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