Another Savannah-centric book, and I really loved it. I think I just understand where are her worries and fears come from and that makes me really get her.
Plus she is also sarcastic and sassy and doesn’t take anybodies shit, so I love that about her too.
Although she can hold her own, her best friend, and potential lover hopefully someday, Adam, is sticking by her side like glue.
The reason? Savannahs spells were taken away when she made the “terrible” mistake of wishing that she would give them up if it meant helping a little girl and her grandmother.
Doesn’t really sound like Savannah, but she’s growing as a person and showed signs of this sort of things early on in the last book. (She used to be a petulant child who thought sneakily torturing humans was funny because she was, quite obviously, superior to them.)
In this book, her spells have vanished which means that she needs to learn to fight without them. Hell, she needs to learn how to live normally without them because they aren’t showing any signs of coming back.
There is an oncoming storm afoot, all our favourites are in danger.
Stayed tuned for the final novel in the series.