A prophecy she can't ignore or deny has left Sadie Tabors stranded in the sorcery realm, Clorva. Five of the six original dark sorcerers are eager to defeat her and take over the world, but Sadie is determined to rid the universe of their evil.
When Sadie meets the only competitor in the Sorcerer Wars, her life is forever changed. Confusion takes precedence as she fights to save Aiden from the tower with only a three day deadline.
Will Myles Bailey be the partner and friend she needs or the distraction that will keep her from her goal?
Will she be able to defeat The Five and rescue Aiden?
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I'm a reader, not someone who tells stories through writing. I also don't usually write reviews on books I have read - and I read all the time, in 2 languages. That said, I had to make my displeasure known. I cannot abide a shoddy job in book editing, especially when young minds are targeted as the main audience: In the White Aura series et al, grammatical errors abound; tenses are swapped willy-nilly in several paragraphs, even within the same sentence, making it hard for the reader to follow the story; words are repeated right after one another on various pages. Then my favorite: "... in the floor ..." keeps showing up instead of "on the floor"- a recurrent mistake that has shown up in 5 (!) of F. Tatum's books so far. Unbelievable, why does this editor even have a job? Clearly, they aren't qualified for this position But what really got me is the fact that I shelled out $3.99 for a "book" - not a reading sample mind you - that consisted of 11 (!!) pages. Feeling a bit duped here ... NOT happy.
Do not buy this book. The author is a fraud in my opinion. Story sucks
The overall books of Sadie was really good. But very disappointed in 11 pages of straying.