Golden Void (Black Blade Book 3) by Alexander Charalambides – Review by Joanne Ellis

Golden VoidGolden Void by Alexander Charalambides
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

In the third instalment of this tale, we see teenager Megan take on an insidious serial killer who targets wizards in a magic, mystery and murder mystery.

It seems like history is repeating itself , when a twist of fate force Megan and a newly adopted teen, a cocky athlete Tyson, it seems like history is repeating itself.

Conscripted into her second mystical quest involving enchanted swords of legend, Megan’s charged with keeping Tyson’s rebellious attitude under control long enough for them to reach their subterranean goal. But when an army of inhuman cultists and the machinations of a bloodthirsty, insidious serial killer of the wizards threaten them all, Megan comes into conflict with the fears that set her down this path to adventure.

Megan is forced to wonder, who is her real enemy, with these monsters at her heels, she is choosing between her yearning for deeper meaning and a better life and the powerful personalities around, that threaten to dominate her life.

Another wonderful read in the series, draws you in right from the beginning and the magic and mystery is enchanting. The characters jump out from the book, bringing the story to life, making this a wonderful adventure in every part of the book.
Really enjoyed reading this and would thoroughly recommend.

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