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This is another page turner in the ever evolving series. You start in the middle of it, and you have to hang on for the ride as the White Haired Knight pulls you along his never ending saga of action, adventure, sorcery, and mommy issues!
Things are looking kind of sideways for Paxton Locke at the opening of this one, but it seems to be his favorite direction most of the time. With his typical roll-with-the-punches attitude, Paxton soon finds himself at the top of his game working with a new crew (that's actually a very old crew) as the New Warlock On The Block. For the rest of humanity, that's very good thing! Oh, yeah, and his mom kidnapped his girlfriend to use as a bait to bring him to the end of the world party up in Maine... at least the scenery is nice.
I highly recommend this book, and the whole series! 5 stars and calling it a Hurry Up And Write The Next Read!
This book forced me to main line Mt. Dew so I could read it in its entirety. Now I will have to go cold Turkey until book 4 is ready. Daniel Humphreys you truly are evil, I hope you choke on the giant royalty check.
A great conclusion to the three-part series, this book answers all questions about the characters and plot in an inventive way that surpassed my guesses, and sets up the possibility of sequels without leaving the reader hanging. The writing is excellent, a pleasure to read. Paxton is a great main character, the other characters are all well-drawn, and the story is compelling to the end. A highly satisfying trio. Also, I love the titles of this and the previous one ("Fade" doesn't convey much of anything, though). I hope there are more and would definitely purchase them.