Saturday, May 4, 2013

Mystic ( The Soul Seeker Series 3 ) By: Alyson Noel

Mystic ( The Soul Seeker Series 3 ) By: Alyson Noel

Since arriving in Enchantment, New Mexico, everything in Daire Santos life has changed. And not all for the better. While she’s come to accept and embrace her new powers as a Soul Seeker, Daire struggles with the responsibility she holds navigating between the worlds of the living and the dead. And with the fate of her boyfriend Dace in the balance, Daire must put aside her personal feelings and focus on defeating Cade, whose evil plans threaten everyone she loves and the world as she knows it.

What can I say except that Alyson Noel again out did her self on another book. She truly is a master story teller. From the moment I started Mystic I couldnt put it down I read it the same day I started it and I will have to say that I was completely blown away. She has this natural gift of being able to draw you in with out you even realizing it and making you fall in love with each character including Cade. You soon find your self becoming very involved with each and every character that when something happens whether good or bad you find your self relating to them one way or another and funny thing is I found myself doing just that thing. I am truly looking forward to the last book but very sad that it will be the end of the series. I have become very attached to the characters and that even includes Cade because without him the story would not have been the same. There are so many things in Mystic that I could tell you about but I am not one to give away spoilers because I like the readers to beable to find out eveything out for themselves but what I will tell you is that Mystic with drag you in until you find yourself so engulfed in it that you will not beable to put it down. Pay close attention in Mystic because not everything is as it seems and it will throw you for a loop. I highly recommend the Soul Seeker series it is a must read for any Alyson Noel fan or any young adult reader.

                                                                                                                                     Happy Reading, Brenda