Saturday, 19 April 2014

Book Review: Shaman, Priestess, Pawn (Olivia Lawson # 4) by M. Terry Green

Title: Shaman, Priestess, Pawn (Olivia Lawson # 4)
Author: M. Terry Green
Publisher: Self-Published
Publication Date: April 2014
Pages: 314
Format: E-Book - EPUB
Genre: Fantasy
Source: Review Copy from Author

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In the heartland of the ancient Maya, techno-shaman Olivia Lawson isn't just an oddity, she's an outcast. Despite having trekked through the jungle to find shamans thought to be extinct, Livvy finds the ultra-clandestine group not just closed but downright hostile. To her surprise though, their interest in SK borders on obsession. Soon the pair discover that their hosts harbor not only secrets but also treachery. Plans hide within plans as Livvy's search for knowledge goes inexplicably awry. The only constant is SK, but to Livvy's horror, their journey triggers an unexpected odyssey for him. What began as the pursuit of wisdom quickly descends into a race for survival. Driven to find her own path, Livvy must accept that change isn't just hard, it's deadly. (Goodreads Synopsis)


This fourth book in the Olivia Lawson series is just as good as its predecessors. Olivia continues to kick-ass, with help from the faithful SK, and the plot is good fun and intriguing. I liked the fact we learnt a little more about SK in this instalment and it helped to strengthen his relationship with Livvy. All up, this is a good fun read and I can highly recommend the whole series.





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