Review – The Future, Equilibrium #3 by Kate Thomas @autr_katethomas

Title: The Future, Equilibrium III
Series: Equilibrium

Author
: Kate Thomas
Genre: Paranormal Romance – New Adult

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After spending quality time with David, learning the gifts of the light, Ellie is assured of one thing, her heart might just break before it’s all over. She can’t seem to help herself from being drawn deeply in a web between him and the darkness.

Her journey with Sandra to learn the gifts of the future is healing and gives her a sense of solidity, but the search for how Jacob might be involved in Equilibrium is her next great feat, one that won’t be easy to accept.

Having far exceeding anything they thought her capable of, Ellie works now to discern a foreign entity that seems to have slipped into her world alone. Who is he and why is he wearing David’s face?

review

I finally got my grabby hands on this, the third instalment in a 5 book series – and read it in one sitting.

The reader is thrown headlong into the action again, but this time, with a much more somber feel.  Ellie is still struggling and that is apparent both in the tempo and the narrative style of this tale.

The author is carefully doling out hints of information and mixing that up with misdirection.  No more answers to be found here, just many more questions.

An enjoyable addition to the series.

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purchase links

Amazon US | Amazon UK

About the author

laura starkey kate thomasKate Thomas, is the author of the upcoming Equilibrium Series, a five-book supernatural new adult series, with plans for a few more series in 2015.

She is a CPA by trade, a church planter and entrepreneur at heart; however, writing and reading are passions she just can’t help but indulge in. With more ideas than one person should be allowed, she is blessed to have a muse that doesn’t seem to take a vacation and more energy that one might consider healthy.

 

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