Sorceress by Claudia Gray

Posted February 24, 2015 by Sara | Novel Novice 0 Comments

I had mixed feelings upon concluding Sorceress by Claudia Gray: heartbreak that another brilliant series was over, and joy over how perfectly it was ended. Gray has once again masterfully crafted a romantic, paranormal drama filled with powerful women, courage, and love.

sorceressTo save the lives of countless people in Captive’s Sound, Nadia has sworn 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 darkness. But now that she’s separated from her friends, her family, and her Steadfast, Mateo, Nadia is more vulnerable than ever to darkness. And as the sorceress Elizabeth summons torrential rains and brings the One Beneath closer to the mortal world, Nadia is running out of time to stop her. 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.

Sorceress is richly woven with New York Times bestselling author Claudia Gray’s signature dark magic, captivating mystery, and star-crossed romance.

I’ve made no secret of the fact that I’m a huge fan of Claudia Gray’s work — I’ve literally read all of her books, and I love them all. But that doesn’t stop me from being continuously being blown away by her talent. Sorceress is just another great example of how Gray can weave together so many elements to create a thoughtful, high-stakes drama and carry it over multiple books, and have it work out so well. She has clearly thought long and hard about this series, and her diligence shows in the execution of all three books, but perhaps none more so than in Sorceress, where we see everything come together climatically. Gray’s skills are a magic all their own.

If you haven’t picked up this series yet, now is the perfect time to do so, since you can now binge-read all three books. And if you’re already a fan, you will not be disappointed.

Spellcaster is in stores March 3rd.


Sara | Novel Novice

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