Reviewer Critiques #1 NYT Bestselling Author’s Epic Series Finale

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Reviewed by Jennifer Shaw

New York Times bestselling author Kelley Armstrong left no stone unturned in the fast-paced, epic conclusion of her gripping Otherworld series. After following the story and characters for so long it’s difficult to see it all come to an end, but Armstrong couldn’t have done a better job.

Thirteen (June 2012) is a gripping adventure novel that thrusts readers into a tailspin of paranormal chaos. From the very first page, Armstrong has you on the edge of your seat begging for answers, questioning who to trust, and eagerly fighting alongside Savannah. It’s one heck of a ride from beginning to end. Although I despise spoilers, I will say that there were several scenes that sent chills down my spine. Armstrong’s talent is multiplied astronomically as she brings back a multitude of characters for this final installment, giving us one last glimpse at a brilliantly created paranormal world. Emotions definitely run high for many of the characters.

I highly recommend the Otherworld series to fans of the paranormal genre as it is filled with great characters, action scenes that will blow your mind, and a conclusion that will, literally, have you holding your breath. The bonus story from Elena just adds a decadent cherry on the Otherworld sundae. Thirteen is sure to please readers on many levels. It’s the hardcore, epic showdown we’ve all been anticipating..

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