“Set has risen.”
After being on the run from a psychotic cult for a week, Natara “Natti” Stone has finally come to realize she and Seth are the only two people standing between the Sons of Set and the secret name of Ra. Holding a part of the key that unlocks Ra’s power, they relocate to a more isolated location in the California mountains. While laying low, Natti becomes even more determined to understand her mother’s bloodline and her blessing from the goddess, Isis. But when she starts seeing the truth behind her destiny, she begins to doubt her role in the events that are about to unfold.
Then the unthinkable happens . . .
All Seth O’Keefe wanted was to get Natti as far away from his father and the Sons of Set as possible. Unfortunately, after hearing of Natti’s destiny from Isis’s own lips, he realizes they have bigger issues to worry about. Especially when one stupid slip up leads the god of chaos himself straight to their doorstep. Now Natti is the god’s prisoner, and Set holds the key to unlocking the location of the secret name of Ra. Can Seth save Natti from her own destiny and thwart the demented god’s rise to power?
*Note: Content for Upper YA*
You can find name of Ra on Goodreads
Really liked this conclusion!
As always this book was great to read. Maybe it wasn’t as easy or fast as the first two but I think that has something to do with my mood and the time I could spend reading.
We have three POVs: Seth, Natti and Sean. Basically that is great though I didn’t really like to read Sean POV because I wanted to know what was happening with Natti and Seth but it was interesting to read what were doing the bad guys.
This story for sure doesn’t give you a minute to rest. There is always something happening, they are in danger or on the run so your attention is always focus in the book for any change.
This didn’t leave behind the easy flirt and humour and that was great.
Other thing I’m so happy is that no matter the situation or ages I didn’t get frustrated with Natti or Seth. This is quite weird and so valuable so, thank you Kelsey for that.
The end was so good, like unexpected, full of action and emotion. For me a perfect ending.
Natti and Seth: I’m so happy with these two. As I said before despite of their age they were so mature and not frustrating. Many times authors make childish frustrating characters but this wasn’t one. They would do anything for the other, and they knew it, didn’t fight it, just such a deep love. They are great.
There was other character I really disliked. You know who I’m talking about if you have read this and if you haven’t once you read it you will know.
This was a great trilogy and the ending was just great. If you like YA adventure books with a lot of mythology this is for you. Plus, an amazing romance I wish I had.
About the Author:
During her high school years, Kelsey Ketch could always be found tucked away in a little corner of the hall or classroom, writing her fantasy worlds and creating illustrations and maps. Today is no different, except now she’s writing in the break room at her office building or at the tables of the Barnes and Noble Café in Cary, North Carolina. She is also an avid reader, a part-time book blogger at Ketch’s Book Nook, and lives with her two orange tabbies and awesome and humorous flat-mate.
For more information, please visit her site at kelseyketch.com.