October 23, 2021

#BookReview: The Burning Swift (Shadow Skye #3) by @joseph_elliott






Synopsis: Agatha, Jaime, and Sigrid must unite the people of Scotia and beyond as war comes to the Isle of Skye. But will betrayal and secrecy be their undoing? The epic final installment of the Shadow Skye trilogy.

With the deadly phantom sgàilean defeated, Jaime and Agatha prepare to help their clan reclaim their compound from the treacherous Raasay people. But Sigrid, sent at the behest of Queen Beatrice, arrives with a warning: the kings of Norveg and Ingland have joined forces and plan to march north to annihilate the people of Scotia. The clan quickly turns to the Badhbh and his powerful blood magic. But instead of aiding them, the mage kidnaps Agatha, seemingly as an offering to the kings. Now Sigrid and Jaime must rally unlikely allies to face a common enemy, even as Jaime finds himself drawn to a boy from another clan. Meanwhile, Agatha garners unexpected support among the Inglish as well as from an animal of Scotian legend, and discovers the extraordinary secrets of her past. Three remarkable heroes unite for the grand conclusion of this rich and exciting series.

This title will be released on January 4, 2022.

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Rating: 4 Stars 
My Review: The third and last story in the Shadow Skye series.  The author finally found his way to a wonderful story.  This story was so much better than the first two books. The plot and the characters were better. The setting was more defined.  All of it just worked so much more.  If you were a die hard fan of the first two books then you are going to LOVE this one. 









Joseph Elliott is a British writer and actor known for his work in children’s television. His commitment to serving children with special needs was instilled at a young age: his mother is a teacher trained in special needs education, and his parents provided respite foster care for children with additional needs. He has worked at a recreational center for children with learning disabilities and as a teaching assistant at Westminster Special Schools. A heroine of this trilogy was inspired by the many incredible children he has worked with, especially those with Down syndrome.









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