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Sapphire Sun (The Lost Magic, #3) You Can T Escape The Past You Can Try To Forget But It Never Truly Leaves You It Is A Part Of Who Are You Are It Has Shaped You, It Will Shape Your Future It Is The Shadow Behind You You Can T Outrun It, You Can T Hide From It Or Deny It The Past Will Always Exist Who You Once Were Is Still A Part Of Who You Are Today This, I Now Understand.My Name Is Gracelynn Stevenson I Tried To Destroy The Lost Magic I Tried To Erase The Past I Tried To Make Things Go Back To The Way That They Once Were I Failed And Now All The Happiness I Thought I Had Found, Has Been Lost To The Shadows

➺ Sapphire Sun (The Lost Magic, #3)  Free ➰ Author Suzi Davis – Thegreatwallonline.us
  • Paperback
  • 275 pages
  • Sapphire Sun (The Lost Magic, #3)
  • Suzi Davis
  • English
  • 18 November 2017
  • 1926760840

10 thoughts on “Sapphire Sun (The Lost Magic, #3)


  1. says:

    So, first let me say, if you haven t read this series, you should give it a try I love it and really liked Grace s character and the love story is great With that said there will probably be spoilers for the first two in the series Going into Sapphire Sun, I had forgotten a few things, but I remembered the love and devotion that Grace and Sebastian had for each other And, as it turns out, the ...


  2. says:

    Okay, so I have to say that I have really enjoyed this series and if you haven t read them you are missing out I have been hooked on this series since book 1 Book 3 really takes you for a ride I love it Gracelynn and Sebastian have survived the explosion but it comes at a price They are missing critical pieces to their memories For example, they don t know who they really are Davis sure does have a thing for losing memories in this series but that s okay because it just makes itOkay, so I have to say that I have really enjoyed this series and if you haven t read them you are missing out I have been hooked on this series since book 1 Book 3 really takes you for a ride I love it Gracelynn and Sebastian have survived the explosion but it comes at a price They are missing critical pieces to their memories For example, they don t know who they really are Da...


  3. says:

    AWESOMEIncredible series, with a different type of twist Kept me up way too late, WAY too many nights Try the first one in the series and you will soon find yourself where I am now, writing a review


  4. says:

    Awesome I am sad it s the last book but I was not disappointed I didn t know where the story would go after the end if book two it was a twist and turn filled finale.


  5. says:

    As Sapphire Sun is the third book in a series, this review will contain spoilers for the first two books All magic has a price, dearie Rumpelstiltskin, Once Upon A TimeAll choices have consequences Even seemingly small choices can have a ripple effect creating unforeseen events, and the greater the choice the greater the risk At the conclusion of Silver Dew, in a stand off with her Caolinn s enemies, Gracelynn makes the self sacrificial choice to destroy the Lost Magic A cho As Sapphire Sun is the third book in a series, this review will contain spoilers for the first two books All magic has a price, dearie Rumpelstiltskin, Once Upon A TimeAll choices have consequences Even seemingly small choices can have a ripple effect creating unforeseen events, and the greater the choice the greater the risk At the conclusion of Silver Dew, in a stand off with her Caolinn s enemies, Gracelynn makes the self sacrificial choice to destroy the Lost Magic A choice which results in the loss of memory and magic for all parties involved A choice which leads to an unwanted promise and a surprising ally A choice that threatens Gracelynn and Sebastian s love A choice in a series of choices that has ...


  6. says:

    Silver Dew ended with quite a climatic scene This scene leads to all the trouble in Sapphire Sun Gracelynn has tried to fix everyone s mistakes by taking their memories and their magic, but she didn t quite succeed in her efforts As bits and pieces begin to come back to her, she is visited by spirits with a new task of brining mage back into the world This seemed a little counter productive since the last book was all about taking it away This task leads to a very grand adventure involving Silver Dew ended with quite a climatic scene This scene leads to all the trouble in Sapphire Sun Gracelynn has tried to fix everyone s mistakes by taking their memories and their magic, but she didn t quite succeed in her efforts As bits and pieces begin to come back to her, she is visited by spirits with a new task of brining mage back into the world This seemed a little counter productive since the last book was all about taking it away This task leads to a very grand adventure involving Sebastion and his past coming back to haunt him...


  7. says:

    And so the story ends Sapphire Sun is a reasonable end to this tale of lost magic It ties everything up into a fitting conclusion, without leaving too many questions Towards the middle of the book, I was impressed with what seemed like a bold choice by the author regarding the romantic storyline, but that was later turned on its head for atraditional ending The story held my interest to the finale, but the ending felt a little sudden and rushed So much so that it took me a moment t And so the story ends Sapphire Sun is a reasonable end to this tale of lost magic It ties everything u...


  8. says:

    Satisfying wrap up to the Lost Magic series I do find Grace and Sebastian addictive to read, and kept turning pages After where the last book ended, I had some theories about where this one might go and during the course of it, I had theories about what the twists might be But I was mostly wrong, so kudos to Suzi for keeping us readers on our toes It s hard to discuss it without spoilers, so I hope it isn t one to say that fans of the Buffy Angelus sections of the Buffyverse might in partic Satisfying wrap up to the Lost Magic series I do find Grace and Sebastian addictive to read, and kept turning pages After where the last book ended, I had some theories about where this one might go and during the course of it, I had theories about what the twists might be But I was mostly wrong, so kudos to Suzi for keeping us readers on our toes It s hard to discuss it without spoilers, so I...


  9. says:

    The first 2 books in the series are better than the third Unfortunately, I lost interest half way through the 3rd book, I loved the ending, but overall the first book in the series is my favourite.


  10. says:

    I m actually disappointed in this book The only part that I like was the very end.

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