Okay so I didn’t do that well when it came to reading in August. In fact I was only able to finish 2 books and one of them I did really care for but there’s always a new month!
Forever Doon is the final book in the Doon series and I loved it. I did a complete review a couple of weeks ago it you’d like to check it out. I adore this series and this final book did not disappoint.
This book was a bit odd to me and I feel like it had a lot of potential to be a great story but fell flat. The book follows a girl who’s mentally ill mother goes missing and her estrange father shows up to help her find her mom claiming fairies have taken her. Once the dad shows up that’s when the story started to go down hill and while I finished I won’t be finishing the series. Pretty cover though!
Well that’s it for me for the month of August. I have a lot of things planned for September with a few additional posts to my usual ones including a reading list I created for myself this fall and a few DIY projects in the works, so make sure to come and check it out.
Title: Forever Doon
Author: Carey Corp and Lori Langdon
Genre: YA Fantasy
Date Published: August 2, 2016
Rating: 5 out 5 stars
Forever Doon is the final book in the Doon series and takes place after the events in the third book. With MacKenna and Duncan back in the real world of Alloway and Veronica stuck in Doon thinking her beloved Prince Jamie is dead, they must find a way to come together in order to defeat the witch of Doon who has taken over.
What did I think about the book?
This was great final book in this four book series. I was actually trying to take my time with reading it because I’m not completely ready to give up the world of Doon yet. Sadly the book was too good not to keep turning the pages to find out what happens next. Forever Doon is full of action and emotion, and you really see these characters go through somethings that they have either been battling in the three books prior or have recently come to struggle with in this newer story line. I really enjoyed the character growth and the ending was satisfying for the series end. Though secretly I’m hoping another book comes along at some point. After all reading Doon early this year is what reignited my love of reading and inspired me to start a blog.
Who would I recommend this book to?
I would only recommend Forever Doon to those who have read the other three books as they all flow together to really display a fuller story. But if you have read the others then please pick up Forever Doon it will be worth the read.
Who would I not recommend this book to?
Those who haven’t read Doon, Destined for Doon, or Shades of Doon will be lost with this book. Also the series may not appeal to people who don’t like YA Fantasy.