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Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Review Feature: Watcher Series Part 3

  Welcome to a special 3-part review set of The Watchers Series by Deirdra Eden


Each day for 3 days I'll review 2 books from the series, so make sure you come back tomorrow for books 4 & 5!

You can check out my previous reviews:






Auriella and Azrael are about to face their greatest battle as all the Watchers of the Earth gather to the Eastern Sanctuary to face Erebus and his army. In her first mass warfare, Auriella leads her Watcher kin against invading hordes, human trafficking pirates, Shadow Queens, Shadow Lords and their wolves, and even Erebus himself. Between war plans and raids, Auriella balances wedding plans and brides maids. With old friends and new friends, and each Watcher with their own mystical gifts and unique personalities, Auriella prepares intricate battles against supernatural foes. Auriella and Azrael will soon learn that their forbidden marriage will risk more than just the safety of Starfire.


Auriella and Azrael must travel across Asia and Europe to reach the Inner Sanctuary, the only place they will be safe from the legions who hunt them. Auriella keeps a journal and records stories from the lives of the Watchers who are charged with guarding her to safe passage. Traveling to the legendary land of Ophir, they retrieve the golden wedge of Ophir which is a key to open the portal of the Inner Sanctuary.Betrayed by a Watcher who was sent to protect her, Auriella is captured and comes face to face with the Shadow Queen Hazella. After being tortured by the Legion, Auriella must choose her own death. Unbeknownst to King Erebus, the Shadow Queen, Hazella, offers Auriella a quick, but painful death which will ultimately keep Starfire out of the hands of the Legion.With time running out, Auriella realizes she must be her own hero, and without her powers, find hidden strength from within to save more than just herself.




Book 5: White Dragons

5 out of 5 fairies

White Dragons starts off with giggles, but is filled with plenty of thrills too. I've been sitting here trying to find the right words to describe how much I enjoyed this book. Azrael and Auriella are back together with Baby by their side, (I mean really, did you have any doubts)?! Auriella's heart really shines through in this one as they encounter an epic journey and many different cultures along the way. You'll need to read books 1-4, but trust me, you will fly through them. Seriously, go grab them and get reading!!! (Grab book six while you're at it, or you're going to be dying to know what happens next). 


Book 6: The Silver Phoenix

 5 out of 5 fairies

The Silver Phoenix is the most exciting installment yet. Confession: I'm tearing up a little as I write this, because it means I've reached the end of book six and book seven has not yet arrived. I'm not going to give any spoilers (if I can avoid it) but WOW. Reading this I was happy, sad, worried, thrilled...this book will take you all over. Baby is as wonderful and snarky as ever. Azrael is strong and cheeky. Auriella really comes FULLY into her own, as strength she didn't know she had is pulled out of her. Let's just say...you'll find a lot of answers and a lot of love in this sixth book.





About the Series: The Watchers Series has been described as The Lord of The Rings meets Supernatural. The Watchers are supernatural beings in human form whose duty it is to protect and guard mankind from the armies of darkness. Unfortunately, some of these Watchers go bad.

Deirdra Eden's The Watchers Series, is written in a traditional fairy tale style with a young girl's discovery of incredible, but dangerous powers within herself, a cast of humorous side-kicks, a quest for greater self-discovery and purpose, and villains of epic proportions.​ Great for readers ages ten and up. 

The main themes are Fighting for Your Dreams, Always Having Hope, and Spreading Light.


About the Author: Deirdra has spent the last decade captivating audiences of all ages with her novels and fairy tales. Her specialty is paranormal theology that delves into documented historical phenomenon and natural disasters of biblical proportions.

Deirdra enjoys jousting in arenas, sword fighting and archery, planning invasions, horseback riding through open meadows, swimming in the ocean, hiking up mountains, camping in cool shady woods, climbing trees barefoot, and going on adventures with her family.

 
 

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