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In the series finale, Shawn hopes to regain everything he has lost. He hopes to gain back his job, his son, and hopefully, Amy. Shawn learns of a prophecy and tries to change it, especially, the letter that details the fate of his son. If Shawn doesn't prevent it, the future might be in jeopardy.
I read a summary for the previous books in the series as, without it, a reader would definitely get lost in the storyline. I found the novel to have an interesting premise with realistic characters and development. I like that the story was told from the past, future, and present. Overall, it was an interesting book but I think to fully appreciate the novel, I would have to read the books earlier in the series to completely grasp the storyline.
**Disclosure - I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest opinion**
Laura Vosika is the author of the beloved series, The Blue Bells Chronicles, a tale of time travel, action and adventure, romance and redemption, ranging across modern and medieval Scotland. She runs Gabriel’s Horn Press, and is active in poetry as a member of the League of Minnesota Poets, routinely performing at local open mics. She has appeared in The Star Tribune, and on WCCO and Channel 12, and hosted Books and Brews with Laura Vosika on AM 950.
- l winner will receive a print copy of Blue Bells of Scotland (book one in the series) and a Team Shawn or Team Angus t-shirt (US only)
- 1 winner will receive an ebook of Blue Bells of Scotland (open internationally)
- Ends June 27th
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