Well hey, this was pretty neat.
Rhodes basically just made me believe that there is a book out there waiting for me to touch it so I can go into the worlds she created. I mean, how neat is it to think that some of the amazing worlds you read about are real? Like Narnia? Middle Earth? These too classic worlds have lead you to believe they are connected to our world.
This book leads you to believe our world is connected to Mythica.
So there is this secret society that basically play judge and jury. They condemn someone who does nothing by hurt the people they come in contact with and feel the power that comes from their mysterious leader. This whole concept is so interesting to me! Because in some way, which I am not spoiling, this secret society is linked to our beloved Mythica.
A heavy leather-bound book written in an unrecognizable language is delivered to the Speckled Muse by Becca and Crystal Hatcher’s Aunt. It was addressed to their mother, but as any responsible daughter would do, Crystal opens it. Becca opens it and touches the book, and is sent into a weird a coma and into the magical world of Mythica.. as a spirit/ghost/lady-who-is-only-seen-by-one-person named Maddox who has a little magic up his sleeve.
Farrell Grayson is probably my favorite character in this whole series. He is the Magnus of this series. He is complicated and torn and rides the line between doing what is right and doing what needs to be done.
This book takes you back into the world of Mythica and mixes it with the modern day. There are secret societies, goddess (the ones we have heard all about in the Falling Kingdom series), necromancers, ghost, lots of deaths, romance, and really bad decisions.
So… what else do we need?