The Sharpest Blade
McKenzie Lewis’s ability to read the shadows has put herand those she lovesin harm’s way again and again. The violence must end, but will the cost of peace be more devastating than anyone ever imagined? After ten years of turmoil, the life McKenzie has always longed for may finally be within... show more
McKenzie Lewis’s ability to read the shadows has put herand those she lovesin harm’s way again and again. The violence must end, but will the cost of peace be more devastating than anyone ever imagined? After ten years of turmoil, the life McKenzie has always longed for may finally be within her grasp. No one is swinging a sword at her head or asking her to track the fae, and she finally has a regularalbeit boringjob. But when a ruthless enemy strikes against her friends, McKenzie abandons her attempt at normalcy and rushes back to the Realm. With the fae she loves and the fae she’s tied to pulling her in different directions, McKenzie must uncover the truth behind the war and accept the painful sacrifices that must be made to end it. Armed with dangerous secrets and with powerful allies at her side, her actions will either rip the Realm apartor save it.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: December 31st 2013
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: Shadow Reader (#3)
The Sharpest Blade is the final book in Sandy William’s Shadow Reader series. In this installment, McKenzie leaves the relative security of life in Las Vegas and returns to the fae realm which is suffering from upheaval. Lena has declared herself as queen but she is running into opposition from the ...
To say I'm disappointed in the final book of this series is an understatement. It wouldn't have been so bad if there wasn't so much time spent on the love triangle whom everyone knew the outcome of. I thought everything in this story got shafted for McKenzie whining about the bond and Aren repeate...
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I'm sad that Sandy Williams' Shadow Reader trilogy has come to an end but boy, talk about going out with a bang! And, I'm glad that the author didn't try to milk more books out of this series because the result is three absolutely stellar installments instead of seven+ so-so ones. The story starts o...
Arc provided by Penguin Group (USA) through Netgalley I loved the first book of this series. The world building and Mckenzie's powers were sketchy at best, but even so, i liked it. Mainly because the characters and the story, were so promising. There's was a love triangle. But for once, i th...