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Thirteen by Kelley Armstrong
August 27, 2012 - Amy Phelps
Saying goodbye to a favorite series is always sad. But its always better to go out leaving your fans wanting more and Kelley Armstrong definitely does that with her final book in her Otherworld series, "Thirteen."
The New York Times bestselling author says goodbye to her expanding and beloved cast of characters with one more adventure. Werewolves Elena and Clay, the ones who started it all, join up with most recent series leader, witch Savannah Levine and her otherworldly boyfriend, Adam, to fight against a group of rebellious supernaturals who want to go public with their powers and possibly send the world into chaos. Savannah is sent to infilterate the group, along with a little help from her late mother (who's now an angel), and when she finds out a friend named Hope may be the key to kickstarting worldwide chaos, it will take everyone's help to save Hope and possibly the world.
It's never fun to see a beloved series end, but this was a satisfying end to the world Elena and Clay first introduced readers to. All of the characters from past series come out to play, there's plenty of action, romance and funny one-liners, and readers are left with the sense that the characters are happy where they ended up.
The book also starts off with a look back to where it all began, the first chapter of "Bitten" and ends with a fun little story about Elena and Clay.
Shed a tear and say goodnight to Armstrong's world and enjoy the last book in a great series.
"Thirteen" is published by Dutton. It is $26.95 and 442 pages long.
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