Beth's Review: The Burning (Spirit Warriors Book 3) by D.E.L. Connor
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Publisher: Booktrope Editions
Released: September 18, 2015
Genre: Coming of Age, Fantasy
Length: 330 pages
Format: paperback, ebook
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“Do you want to spend your life like Golden Flower, pining away for the love you lost? Can you imagine how hard it is to be left behind when everything you loved is gone? I won’t do that to you. I can’t.” –Emmeline Rima Belrose, The Burning (Book 3) In the third book of D.E.L. Connor’s magical coming of age Spirit Warriors series, Emmeline and her friends find themselves still reeling from the loss and pain caused by the evil spirit, machayiwiw- but the danger is far from over. As Emme, Charlie, Bets, Ollie, Jack and their beloved Spirit Animals prepare for the final battle against the machayiwiw, Emme struggles with a battle within her own heart. She longs for the beauty and softness she feels around Charlie, but she can’t deny the burning passion that consumes her with Jack. Will she finally let Charlie go and give her heart to Jack? Enthralling and passionate, Spirit Warriors brings the vibrant American West to life once again and whispers its ancient secrets of love and friendship.
Three Boundless Stars
As book three in the Spirit Warriors Series, I was hoping to get answers; I did, but not to the right questions. After reading all three Spirit Warriors books, I must say, I am disappointed. I pushed through them because I was intrigued with the story, but there comes a point to where, I just don’t care anymore. The books were repetitive and WAY TOO wordy to be read smoothly; unfortunately, I am still left with no satisfaction and ANOTHER cliffhanger.
I am not continuing on with this series; they are just too much work for so little satisfaction. I rate The Burning with 3 Boundless Stars.