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The Cauldron's Gift (Magic's Return Book 2) Kindle Edition
Vi managed to keep the Sidhe from breaking out of their magical prison, but she couldn’t stop the Morrigan from stealing back the great cauldron of the Dagda. And of course now CJ says the only way to save Dad is to get that cauldron back from fairyland. Talk about a suicide mission. Vi would have to be crazy to consider it, but as time runs out for Dad and the Morrigan threatens everyone Vi loves, craziness starts to look like the only sane option.
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- ASIN : B01HI9W0U8
- Publisher : Finesse Solutions (6 July 2016)
- Language : English
- File size : 3291 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 238 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 0994239157
- Best Sellers Rank: 154,935 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- 249 in Fairy Tale & Folklore Adaptations for Young Adults
- 2,078 in Coming of Age Fantasy
- 4,214 in Paranormal Fantasy (Kindle Store)
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Strangely though, I don’t feel any emotional engagement with the characters. Probably it’s because Violet is impulsive and somewhat weak willed and CJ is a vain, self centred, amoral bitch. Even her great quest to save their dad was really all about a boy. The pair of them are only accidental hero’s and their success is rather more good luck than good judgement.
Despite my criticism, I’ll still read the next book if it shows up on my recommended list. I’m not going to be excitedly counting down the days though.
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In this second instalment of Magic's Return, the girls set off on a suicide mission to the land of aether and fairies to save their Polar Bear cursed father and friends. The fast moving plot is replete with twists and turns, but the coup de grace is the blinding climax with the not so subtle hint of things to come.
Again, I find myself waiting impatiently for the final book in the series.
OK, so I'm at a loss as to what makes these books so fun to read. Perhaps it's the great storyline, or the the fact that we're all rooting for the underdog and the story is told so well.
Vi's adventures continue pretty much where they left off from the last book. Finlayson telegraphs most of her punches pretty far in advance but also holds back a few and sneakily drops them on your head when you're not looking. As always with Finlayson's books the dialog between characters is amazing and made me laugh out loud in multiple places.
Because the end of this book was satisfyingly predictable (and "eeuw") the next book is set up perfectly. I can't wait!
A very good read and cannot wait for Book 3 to see how the series ends. Love the description of the must see tourist spots in Sydney and how beautiful they are.
Twins are having so much fun!