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Star Fire (2012)

by Katie M. John(Favorite Author)
3.94 of 5 Votes: 3
Little Bird Publishing House
Knight Trilogy
review 1: So this is the third and final installment in the series and I am sad to see it end. I loved this series, it was unique and I fell in love with The Realm, Mina and Blake. Everything was just so wonderfully written and described in detail you felt like you were sitting among the characters.Mina and Blake returned from Egypt changed and both in different ways. Mina was inducted into the Star Fire Sisterhood and as such had to keep a deep dark secret from all. Blake never sleeps and Mina is worrying that something may be wrong.A murder takes place and Mina being what she is, is taken into custody and taken to the Templars headquarters in Switzerland. Blake must find The Holy Grail in order to free Mina and takes Sam along on the quest. Meanwhile, Delta undertakes a quest of h... moreer own to hunt down Mina's demon and travels through her past to discover what a family really means.Time is running out for Mina and the quests must end quickly. But will Blake be able to escape from Morgan with Sam and The Holy Grail? Can Delta destroy Mina's demon and free her from torment? Will love prevail?What a perfect way to end the trilogy. All the questions a reader has is answered in the end. This story is full of love, action and mystery. The story is told perfectly, easy to read and keeps the reader sitting on the edge of your seat. Wish the series could have gone longer, it was so much fun to read.
review 2: "Egypt changed them both in ways no one ever expected. As murder and dark arts cast a terrible shadow over both The Real World and The Realm. Mina's connection to the mysterious Star Fire Sisterhood results in her becoming The Templar's number one suspect.Set amongst the snowy mountains of Switzerland and the ancient magical forests of France, Blake and the House of Beldevier are given just one chance to save Mina's life - the recovery of The Holy Grail.In this epic heart-racing finale, ancient myths come alive and old scores are settled. One thing for sure ... the clock is ticking."Star Fire, the thrilling conclusion to the Knight Trilogy by Katie M John, is a twisting maze of deceit, love, and friendship. Blake and co are given one chance to save Mina, and to do so, they must split up and work together for the sake of not just their friend, but for all mankind. Time is of the essence. Love and friendship are put to the test. But who will conquer their demons, and who will fall by the wayside?The story starts off where we last left off, with Blake and Mina returning to college after an eventful summer, where they hope to resume a normal life. But, of course, things don't always go as planned. Katie's lyrical writing sets the scene in a sometimes fanciful world, as we watch our four friends battle for Mina's life, and she tries to understand just exactly what she has become. It comes to a heart pounding conclusion that leaves no one untouched. I loved finally getting to know Delta better; she has been an enigma throughout the series, and has become quite a fan favorite. I often found myself surprised at the turn of events unfolding in front of my eyes, and exclaimed to myself out loud on a few occasions. I laughed, I cried, I cheered, I felt afraid for them.... less
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It was a struggle to read. To many mythologies and story lines made it hard to fall into.
Really liked this series. The only reason for one less star is a lack of editing.
As with all trilogies, the last book in the three was a bit of a disappointment.
I could not even finish this book let alone the series.
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