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Short Description for Hidden In the explosive conclusion to Jordan's Firelight trilogy, Jacinda, torn between love and duty, ventures deep into the heart of enemy territory.
- Published: 09 November 2012
- Format: Hardback 264 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780061935121 ISBN 10: 0061935123
- Sales rank: 17,812
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LOVE it. Sad to see the Series End. Great closure. A Must Read!
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So sad to see the series end! I LOVED this book, the ending was great, all loose ends tied up nicely. It really was done well. I get nervous at times when a series comes to a close, but this one was great. I was sad at times, but won't tell you why, as to not spoil it. If you're a fan of this series, you should be happy.
If you had not read any yet, start with Firelight (Firelight book 1) then Vanish (Firelight book 2) then this one.
I went back and forth from reading this book on Kindle, and the Audible that you can get too. The reader did a great job, was easy to understand, was very pleasant. I usually rather read the books myself, but I wanted to try the audible out, and liked the idea it used the Whispersync to keep your spot, so you pick up where you left off easily.
I do not want to write any spoilers for this, and just about anything I say will be one. I will say, that its non-stop excitement, emotional turmoil, and adventure. And also Deagan is quite interesting in the new additions.
Be sure to check it out, or the series. Its different form your normal paranormal books. Being about Draki, an ancient race that comes from dragons, they can shapeshift to a human form type dragon, with the wings and all, and can fly of course.
5 out of 5 stars by Michelle's Paranormal Vault of Booksunder review