Review: Sorceress (Spellcaster #3) by Claudia Gray

Posted March 30, 2015 in review / 0 Comments

Review: Sorceress (Spellcaster #3) by Claudia GraySorceress by Claudia Gray
Published by Harper Collins on March 3rd 2015
Genres: Young Adult, Fantasy, Romance
Format: Paperback
Pages: 352
Source: Library
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The triumphant conclusion to New York Times bestselling author Claudia Gray's dazzling Spellcaster series.
To save the lives of countless people in Captive's Sound, Nadia swore herself to the One Beneath—to black magic. Her plan, and the town's only hope, is for Nadia to learn enough sorcery to strike back against the forces of evil. But now that she's separated from her friends, her family, and her Steadfast, Mateo, Nadia is more vulnerable than ever to the growing darkness.
The final battle lines are drawn, surprising alliances are made, and true love is tested in the action-packed conclusion to the breathtaking Spellcaster series.

It took me more than a month after the book was released to actually start reading it. And it’s not because I wasn’t looking forward to it. Trust me, I was super excited, but also super nervous. Have you guys felt that way before? Like, you really do not want to read the last book of the series (or maybe just any book) because you’re scared of what will happen in that book? Because in ALL books I’ve read, I know that horrible things happen before there can be a happily ever after. So, ANYWAY hahaha. About this series? It’s amazing.

If you’ve read the first two books, you would know that this book is about witches; the good and the bad. And you would also know that Nadia joined the evil side to save her friends. And it’s been on everyone’s minds ever since: Would she turn as evil as Elizabeth? WELLLLL. You just have to read the book to find out HAHA. But this last book, it almost gave me a heart attack every single turn of the page. I was so GLUED to each and every page such that I did not even update my reading status on twitter HAHA. And for the first time in forever, I stayed up to midnight to finish this book 😉

So yes, this book is kind of a big deal. It actually talks about doubt and insecurities. In this book, lots of Nadia’s flaws were actually shown. The consequences that followed everytime she let the anger get the better of her.

There were times though, that I honestly wanted Elizabeth dead. Like, hello, ARE YOU CRAZY hahaha. But honestly, the ending? It ended nicely, it really did. But it was quite sad too. I smiled but I cried at the same time.

Though, you know what I haven’t got enough of? ASA AND VERLAINE HAHAHA. I want MORE of them. I felt that Verlaine was much more a part of the story in the past few books, and I had always complained that she was quite underrated. But in this book, YAYYY she’s actually quite kickass. 😉

AND I would lovelovelove to have a standalone novel about Asa and Verlaine HAHAH. (Did you see that, Claudia Gray?)

In conclusion, the final book really went out with a BANG. And if you loved the first two books, you will LOVE this book. And like me, you’ll be taken on an emotional rollercoaster ride 😉

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