Friday, 16 November 2012

Shaman, Sister, Sorceress (Olivia Lawson # 3) by M. Terry Green - Book Review

Title: Shaman, Sister, Sorceress
Author: M. Terry Green
Publisher: Self-Published
Publication Date: 28th September 2012
Pages: 354
Format: E-Book - EPUB
Genre: Fantasy
Source: Review Copy from Author

 



If techno-shaman Olivia Lawson thinks a trip to the Hopi mesas is the escape she needs, she is gravely mistaken. Abducted from her tour, Livvy quickly discovers that all is not as it seems in the quiet villages.

Formidable shamans draw her into a bitter and centuries-old conflict. While Livvy struggles to do what's right, she can't help but pursue an unexpected chance to be with the man she loves.

But as prophecies turn deadly, even the gods of the multiverse play their part and Livvy must choose--between this world and a new one, between action and acceptance, between duty and desire. With all existence hanging in the balance, Livvy finds that, where choice begins, innocence ends.
(Goodreads Synopsis)



Having enjoyed the previous two books, I was keen see what would happen to Olivia next. Happily this third instalment did not disappoint.

I found the storyline involving Hopi culture fascinating and Olivia shone through as a sassy and determined heroine. Once again, there was good pacing and a prose style that was easy and pleasant to read while still allowing a suitable level of description.

Due to back references, this is a series you should read in order. If you haven't come across it yet, I can recommend grabbing a copy of book one and working your way through.

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