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#4: Darkness - Ciye Cho (Early Review)

A dire prophecy has emerged, and the mer believe that humans and merfolk are in grave danger. Terror is closing in, but only one person holds the key to stopping it: Florence Waverley. However, her mission to save two worlds will lead her far, far out into the Darkness--a shadow-realm full of monsters, magic, and wicked tides that could tear apart bodies. 

With the help of her friends, Florry must uncover a secret about humans and mer. A long-lost secret that could change her life. And above all else, she must fight hard to light the darkness. Everything depends on her mission: her friends, her world, and the one she loves. 

The past, present, and future are about to collide--but can she stay afloat? One way or another, nothing will be the same when she enters the Darkness.


  • Kindle: 820 KB
  • Print Length: 309 pages
  • ASIN: B00R3LS67S

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My review for Florence
My review for Luminaire
My review for Rory


REVIEW:
I need more!
I'm pretty positive the next book is about Kiren. That excites me even more. 
I love Florence and Roland still. Everything you could ever want for them and more, happens. 
Of course there are major perils along the way. I really did wonder, at one point, if this would be the end of it all. I'm so glad I was way off base.
Such a wonderful, vibrant, dangerous and beautiful world Ciye Cho has created. I don't think I could ever get enough.
If you haven't read this series, please do. It's mer-tastic!

5/5


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