Review : Crystal Storm by Morgan Rhodes

​The ruthless Empress Amara of Kraeshia has taken the Mytican throne, and now uncertainty looms over the three kingdoms. Since Lucia unleashed the fire Kindred, wreaking havoc throughout the land, Myticans have been looking for someone—anyone—they can trust. They believe in Amara, not knowing her grand promises are built on lies.
In Paelsia, Magnus and Cleo reluctantly follow King Gaius to the home of his exiled mother, Selia. Selia is a powerful witch and claims she can help unlock the magic of the Kindred—if the visitors agree to her terms. When Jonas arrives from Kraeshia, he is shocked to find that his rebel army now includes his sworn enemies. Along with Nic, Felix, and the mysteriously resurrected Ashur, the contentious group agrees to cast aside old grudges—for now—and united against their common enemy: Amara.
Meanwhile, bearing the child of a Watcher and feared by all, Princess Lucia travels across Mytica to find her family. But time is running out. The impending storm signals the dark prophecy Timotheus warned her about. Her fate is written, and it includes none other than the rebel Jonas. When their paths collied, Jonas and Lucia must decide between blindly following their destiny or fighting for their own free will.
The battle for power culminates at the Paelsian palace, where Amara resides. Rain pours. Blood spills. And soon all will discover that the darkest magic comes at an even darker price.  (From: Goodreads)

here I have ten short letters ⬇ (might contain spoilers)

*Dear Cleo, 

I don’t like you.  You’re weird.  You may say that King Gaius has blinded me because I do believe that you’ll choose power over Magnus.  It’s not that I’d choose Magnus if I were you.  Good luck!
*Dear Magnus, 

Surprised not surprised!  I still don’t like you.  You have never gained my liking since the first book because you have been a coward.  You made so many mistakes, yet gave so few apologies.  However, I don’t want you to die in that coffin, not yet.  It’s not your time.
*Dear Jonas,

You’re a true hero.  I love you.  And I think you’ve already known that since I’ve confessed to you in every book.  You’re just the perfect guy that I want to be like.  And you helped Lucia?  That’s a huge WOW.
*Dear Gaius,

I thought you were too weak to kill, but you killed your evil mother!  Brrrrravo!  The truth is that you’ve been very annoying, but I’ve never disliked you.
*Dear Nic,

Well…I really don’t know what to say.  You got me speechless throught out this book.  You almost died and you were saved and then you got possessed?  
*Dear Lucia, 

I’m glad to see you come to your senses.  I thank you for saving Nic.  I don’t like you as a mother tho.  Teen mom?  You can barely sort your life out.
*Dear Amara,

I really hate you.  I still hate you after you were cheated by that old woman.  You wanna gain my liking?  Try it again in your next life.
*Dear Ashur,

Well…I really don’t know what I should say…whether you’re smart or dumb.  The love you have for Amara was…wow…?
*Dear Olivia, 

You are indeed a good person/watcher.  But you’re also turned into a vessel?  Whaaaaat?
*Dear Felix, 

I like your name.  But…you’re stupid.  Why didn’t you just kill Amara when you had the chance?

My rating: ❇❇❇❇

Happy reading guys!  This is my first book review post in 2017.  I was hoping I could read more than 50 books this year but…I don’t know.  I’ll travel quite a lot this year.  I’m going to England next week for a month and also two months in July and August.  Hopefully I can pick up some books there.


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