Part 76- The Warlock book review

Hello! Today is a Sunday, as you can tell by my post, na di am going to do a book review on… The Warlock. So, I just finished the book yesterday, and I am so pleased and I loved the book so much. I think this is my most favorite book of the series. I knew it was going to be a good book. So, without further ado, let’s get on with the book review. 

The twins of the prophecy have been separated as Josh Newman has chosen a side with Dr. Dee and Virginia Dare. Billy the Kid and Machiavelli have gone to set loose monsters on San Fransisco. Scatty, Joan of Arc, Saint Germain, Palamedes, and Will are in a different time of the Eart, and the world stands on the edge of destruction and death.  It’s up to Sophie to find Josh before the battle begins, or all is lost forever.
I loved this book. I really can not find anything that I did not like from the book, s I will start with what I liked. The plot is so well thought out. What a brilliant plot twist that Josh leaves Sophie and goes with the enemy- only under a small spell and persuasion. New characters, Isis and Osiris, going back in time to Danu Talis to sink the island. Meeting Abraham the  Mage as he saves Scatty, Joan, Saint Germain, Palamedes, and Will, and Prometheus who doesn’t realize he just saved his niece a few years before she even existed. Unbelievable!!!!!! Plus, Aunt Agnes is actually Tsagaglal, She Who Watches, Abraham’s wife, and Gilgamesh the King’s sister. I love the mystery and suspense. The drama, everything. How Josh is so easily being manipulated by Dee, how Mars Ultor is freed from his “prison” na dthe reason why he actually was imprisoned in the first place, how certain characters who were once foes team up as they battle for the thing they all want, and so much more. The descriptions are so clear and can actually be pictured. How Nicholas is given one more day to live, how the Locast was defeated, how everything falls in place as the book progressed. There is just so much in this book, that I cannot even start to explain how great it is. Plus, the ending is such a big shock and a major plot twist which adds so much more into the story. It is awesome. 
I have to say, there wasn’t a lot of things I disliked. I think one of the things I didn’t like was a part of Bastet, Anubis, and Aten. There is a part where Anubis and Aten were talking and Anubis was talking to his younger brother about how he shouldn’t be talking bad about him and his wife and about his actions. And another where Aten is speaking to his mother Bastet about this and they’re talking about how bad a ruler Anubis is. I didn’t really understand that part and what it had to do with the story. Perhaps it comes into play in The Enchantress, but until then, I just didn’t understand it. 
Anyway, I’mm off to start the next book of this series. The Enchantress. I have started reading it, and I am loving it. I hope everyone stays well. BYE!

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