To be published soon
Haunted by her past and unsure of her future, Una realizes not everything is as it appears…
I chose to read this e-book after receiving a free e-copy from the author. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.
The Scavenger Girl series is one of my favorites, and I’m sorry to see it end. I can’t get enough of it. I’m hoping to find the time to read the entire series again now that it’s complete.
This is the Season of Zoetica and Una and her family are living with the Resistance. Una is overjoyed that she has a daughter, but she’s having trouble coping with the loss of her other children and knows she has to get them back. She’s also dealing with the effects of being a Seer, and the wolf is ready to take over any time she loses control. How can she stay and enjoy life with her new family when there’s so much going on…when the wolf makes her a danger to everyone? I could feel her angst.
The war between the Authority and the Woodsmen has begun, and the Resistance is getting ready for battle. In the meantime, Una has exiled herself and is trying to find her true purpose, with the children always in the back of her mind. Some of the things that she witnesses and, even more, some of the things she endures, horrified me.
I didn’t know what to think about the ending at first. It was such a surprise, I was thrown for a loop. In retrospect, there were hints here and there, but I had to think about it for a while. It’s not often that I have to contemplate the ending of a series, and eventually I realized that it’s the perfect ending. What writer doesn’t want readers to continue to think about a series long after they’ve finished reading it? Excellent!
About the Author
Author, dreamer, and sworn enemy of Caillou
Jennifer Arntson has a long history of crafting tales that people find unbelievable, but often true. As an observer of human and social development through the ages, a curiosity of faith, and dedication to the underprivileged of the developing world, Jennifer finds her creative outlet in stories and fables. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and two children, and a mini-farm of otherwise useless animals where the family eagerly caters to their every need.
(characters) @Una_Ashlund @Cal_of_Ashlund @Mar_of_Ashlund