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Book review: Libby Doyle’s The Vengeance Season

Zan knew loving Rainer was dangerous. She had known it for some time. Every time it reviewwas his turn to fight in The Turning she feared he may not come back, especially now Lucifer, Rainer’s father, had upped his game. Long had his father forsaken Balance and embraced only Destruction. He had made it his own and twisted it to his whims, just as he did with everything he wanted. While the warriors remained engaged in The Turning, in an endless perpetual battle, Lucifer had grown stronger, perfecting his weapons, but now came the most fearful weapon of all, and with it he had access to his son’s weakness, to Zan. Zan knew loving Rainer was dangerous, but little did she know she was about to discover just how dangerous it really was. The time has come for change, no more can the endless battle rage on. It is time to end it forever, to take the war to Lucifer himself. Failure is not an option, not with the stakes being what they are. Can the son finally confront the father who tortured and tormented him, while still keeping himself in balance, out of Destructions corruption? He had vowed to give anything for Zan, and now he will.

This book is amazing! I have loved the covalent series since the very first book, and this has really escalated the plot to a whole new level. Father and son are engaged in epic battle with the highest stakes. No human has ever beheld what Zan has seen, the truth and the horror she has witnessed. I love the Libby Doyle’s creative flair and distinct narrative. The graphically and emotionally fulfilling the plot will have you on the edge of your seat as worlds collide in a way they never should have. I loved the growth and strength shown by Zan, she is strong even in weakness. I just couldn’t put this book down. Tense, fulfilling, vivid, and satisfying this action-packed character-driven tale of love, horror, honour, and despair will keep you glued from the first page to the last. Questions are answered, truths unveiled, and rights wrongs. This series is a must-read for anyone who loves a great plot with string vivid characters presented in a flawless manner that never fails to keep the reader engaged. I whole-heartedly give this series my full recommendation.

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