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FREE PDF ´ BOOK Shadow Heir Ä HORTICULTURETRADER à [Reading] ➺ Shadow Heir Author Richelle Mead – Horticulturetrader.co.uk #1 New York Times bestselling author Richelle Mead returns to the Otherworld a mystic land inextricably linked to our own and balanced precariously on one woman's desperate courageShaman fT the synergy drawing them back together The uneasy truce between her and her shape shifter ex lover Kiyo is endangered by secrets he can't or won't reveal And as a formidable force rises to also threaten the human world Eugenie must use her own cursed fate as a weapon and risk the ultimate sacrifi I really don't know if I loved this book or if I absolutely hated it Rage written review proceed with caution Now let me explain This is the worst series ending I have ever read Why do I prefer PNRUFromance Because of the happy endings Because I know that not matter how goodbad a book is it will end up on a happy noteThis book GAHHHHHI haven't been so pissed off on a book since forever maybe Or a long time certainly I mean I get the open endings if you plan on continuing the series But a cliffhangeropen ending at the end of the series when you don't plan on EVER writing anything else about this world these characters ReallyThe idiotness of Eugine female main char is beyond imaginable I can't believe an author would do something like this to a character that I absolutely lovedI absolutely loved the fact that in the end view spoiler the kids are Dorian's hide spoiler

Richelle Mead ↠ Shadow Heir READER

Rophecy haunted ueen there's no refuge for her and her soon to be born children when a mysterious blight begins to devastate the OtherworldThe spell driven source of the blight isn't the only challenge to Eugenie's instincts Fairy king Dorian is sacrificing everything to help but Eugenie can't trus 344 A buddy read with my Wednesday UF fanatics at BBBThis book was not bad It was well written it had a good plot the pacing was a bit slow in the beginning but it did pick up eventually and was even logical in its own entirely unsatisfactory way It was not bad but it was not what it promised us it would be either It is what I would call a missed opportunity to have a great endingI am the biggest proponent of letting the author take us wherever they want to It is that author's story they should tell it the way they intend to And I try not to be frustrated when the ending goes to another place than what I would have liked it to go But I can not help but wonder sometimes why would an author give us a series of books which develop in a certain direction give us a build up and Maya root for the heroes and their uest and then give us a series finale with semi completed partially resolved and utterly uninspired end Was there an end really If I didn't know that this was the last book I would be looking for the next volume in which I am sure we would close all the loose ends up and get some closureI understand open endings I understand open to interpretation and analysis but it felt to me like the author gave me a world of interesting characters imaginative world great story base and fascinating plot promised me a great resolution and in the end got herself to deep and broke her promises to me personally And it could have been really beautiful and great I am still happy I read the books and I really enjoyed most of it I just felt let down at the end and this is what we as readers are left with isn't it I wish you all Happy Reading and may you have all the time to read the books you want

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Shadow HeirNew York Times bestselling author Richelle Mead returns to the Otherworld a mystic land inextricably linked to our own and balanced precariously on one woman's desperate courageShaman for hire Eugenie Markham strives to keep the mortal realm safe from trespassing entities But as the Thorn Land's p 35 stars Oh Eugenie Eugenie Eugenie Throughout all four of the Dark Swan books I feel like you could have used a good girlfriend you could call whenever you had the urge to do something silly Unfortunately you didn't have my number and as much as I've enjoyed your company I still have to fight the urge to shake some sense into you even after all this timeIn Shadow Heir Eugenie Markham has her twin babies but hides them away in fear of their safety She returns to the faery world to find that a disaster has fallen on her land and she must work together with both allies and enemies in order to save the Otherworld that she's come to love Eugenie's story has always been a lot of fun from the very beginning when we first learned she was a half human half fae shaman for hire who learns that she's destined to be part of a prophecy that will wreak havoc upon the mortal world I've really enjoyed her learning to harness her powers she can control water elements uncovering the truth behind her past and watching her become a powerful dedicated ueen in the faery kingdom All of the battle scenes are really fun and if some of the plot points are a bit on the predictable side that hasn't mattered as much to me because the characters are all nuanced and interesting the dialogue is snappy and humorous and the overall story lines are fast paced and entertaining What's been much less enjoyable has been watching Eugenie bounce back and forth between her two love interests the half Japanese half fox shapeshifter Kiyo and the madly flirtatious deadly ambitious King Dorian While both men were eually attractive in the beginning the love triangle dragged out interminably with pretty bad behaviors from everyone concerned Both men have their own agendas and secrets that they keep from Eugenie but in the last book Iron Crowned one of them made a horribly treacherous and unforgivable move and I went into this book absolutely gunning for blood view spoiler Or a fur coat D hide spoiler