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10 thoughts on “The Final Days of Magic Witches of New Orleans #3

  1. says:

    Review to follow after I process my sadness

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    The King of Bones and Ashes reviewThe Book of the Unwinding review35 out of 5 stars I received this copy from the publisher

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    The Final Days of Magic is part of a series that I recommend reading in order The best thing about this story is the atmospheric presence of New Orleans It's a city of ghosts and gothic cemeteries and it's like you can feel that coming through It's a strange story and confusing and far fetched at times The writing is good and the characters are likeable but not but not loveable If you like witches and magic

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    I reuested this book from Netgalley without knowing that it's a part of a series But I'm thankful I was given a chance to read and review it First of all it is so much better in fact it is advisable to read the first two books before diving into this one Everything would be so much clear I planned to read the first two books but I got no time thanks to my reading slump in the past month But anyway by reading some spoiler review

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    25 starsThe Final Days of Magic is my last shot at the New Orleans Witches series And I’ve discovered that none of the characters matter very much to me Even if author JD Horn writes another book in the series I won’t be following along I’m disappointed to be leaving the series feeling this way But so it isThe Marin family of witches

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    Thank you to netgalley and the publisher for the review copy in exchange for an honest reviewThe Final Days of Magic is already the third and final book of the Witches of New Orleans that was published over the span of a year and a half That is uite a uick publishing job The problem I have with this series still stands i

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    The Final Days of Magic is the third book in JD Horn’s series “Witches of New Orleans” It mixes Western Christian n

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    The best of the trilogy The Final Days of Magic provides a dramatic conclusion I struggled to get through the two earlier books and almost DNF'd them Horn has improved as a writer and I would consider trying new releases

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    3 12 out of 5 stars Alice Marin has finally be freed from the illusory realm but the world she has been freed into is a world where the remnants of magic are passing away uickly With that happening it is also taking with it the unity of the witches and along with the unity along with their sanity She is fighting of finding out who

  10. says:

    The third book in the Witches of New Orleans trilogy does not disappoint The Marin family are still at the centre of things but the o

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Ty among witchesand their sanity Grappling with the revelations of her true parentage and her burgeoning relationship with Nathalie Boudreau a psychic with her own demons Alice and her allies both living and dead must draw on every skill they possess It’s the only way to defeat the destructive forces borne of the horrifyin 25 starsThe Final Days of Magic is my last shot at the New Orleans Witches series And I ve discovered that none of the characters matter very much to me Even if author JD Horn writes another book in the series I won t be following along I m disappointed to be leaving the series feeling this way But so it isThe Marin family of witches is a hot mess Nicholas is a control freak and his sister Fleur comes back to New Orleans to get her life together after splitting with her DC based husband The newer generation isn t much better Alice is back from being held captive in both physical and metaphysical locations Lucy is teenager extraordinaire who manipulates Fleur every chance she getsThe crux of the story remains the same as the first two books Magic is dying among the covens of New Orleans Nicholas seems poised to stop at nothing to bring it back And of course install himself as King of the WitchesAlongside the Marins we have Evangeline Caissy another witch who was previously in a relationship with Nicholas She owns a now iconic business in the French uarter a club with exotic dancers and plenty of tourists But her new relationship is tainted by her long dead love Luc Marin And she s exploring her relationship with another coven of sorts It s comprised of her dead mother and aunts who inhabited this world in the guise of giant crow like birdsNext we have the Perrault family especially Lisette and Manon They have family connections to voodoo and are trying to put their lives back together again after some tragedies in the second bookOur last main character is my favorite Nathalie Boudreau who is a chauffeur and psychic She s involved with everyone above but also reconnecting with her family of origin North of the city I liked her burgeoning relationship with Alice and also her struggle to manage her abilitiesMy conclusionsLook at that it takes so many paragraphs just to explain the main characters I hardly have space to discuss the plot which basically just comes down to witchy power struggles The variety of characters means the story has tentacles all over the place Honestly it s hard to keep track even after three books with these folksAnd while I liked Evangeline Nathalie and Lisette I didn t appreciate the male characters at all And no one gets enough time for me to truly fall in love with their story It all just felt fractured to meMagic is also a central character and plot driver The uestion is whether its dark or light side is going to dominate New Orleans Different characters attempt to push it where they prefer And magic is having none of that Instead it prefers to be in controlFor the first half of the book I thought Horn was turning story arc tradition on its head Of the three books the craziest most spectacular event seemed to live in the first book Authors usually hold the wildest wildness for a later book And then I realized I spoke too soon Horn pulls out all the crazy stops for his ending in The Final Days of Magic WowzaStill I much prefer his Witching Savannah series The Witches of New Orleans books are all just so so for meAcknowledgmentsMany thanks to NetGalley 47North and the author for a free digital ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review

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G history of Alice’s own family That means unlocking the final secrets of The Book of UnwindingNow on the longest night of the year the streets of New Orleans will become a battleground as Alice and the few she can trust engage in a war amid the final days of magic But the revelations that lie ahead may be too dark to esca 3 12 out of 5 stars Alice Marin has finally be freed from the illusory realm but the world she has been freed into is a world where the remnants of magic are passing away uickly With that happening it is also taking with it the unity of the witches and along with the unity along with their sanity She is fighting of finding out who her true parents are and a friend who is battling her own demons With the longest night of the year coming up fast Alice must figure out to defeat the destructive forces that haunt her family Will she survive the night and will she survive the secrets that are too dark to be revealed The characters in this installment were written well but I felt that they just weren t as complex as the characters in the first two books Alice seems to be just hanging on sometimes by a thread She does come off just a little be na ve at the beginning but she does grow into the witch that she is suppose to be She does get stronger as the book goes on Natalie is kind a crazy her demons really drive her around the bend They are good characters I just think they need a little depth to them I was so excited to see the third book in the series I truly loved the first two books and was just excited to get it I sat down and started reading I will say I couldn t really connect with the main characters in this installment I felt that they were just there going through the movements You sometimes feel lost while you were reading There were also times where I kind of skipped over the inner monologues I just felt that they didn t really need to be there I will say the second part of the book was better then the first part When they started battling and fighting to keep the magic It was going great and then it just stopped There were parts I truly loved in this book I mean there are parts that are slow but it really doesn t over shadow the rest of the story at all I strongly suggest that you read the first two book so you know that is going on and who all the characters are If you want a good witch series for your summer check them out

READ & DOWNLOAD Ë MZINES.CO.UK Ù J.D. Horn

The war between witches reaches its terrifying climax in the final book in Wall Street Journal bestselling author JD Horn’s spellbinding trilogy Once caged in an illusory realm by blood relatives Alice Marin has been freed into a world where the last remnants of magic are uickly passing away Dissolving with them is the uni Review to follow after I process my sadness