Choosing day is finally here, and it's time for Siri Alvarsson to make the decision that will unleash all her powers. Light or Dark? It's not much of a dilemma for the young fae. The Shades have stolen some of the friends she loves most, and she kind of likes the human world, flaws and all. She's not about to let the Dark destroy everything she cares about. But it's not just about choosing a side. Soon, her abilities will have the power to save or end the world. What if she makes a mistake? Is she ready for such a big responsibility? Can one girl really make a difference?
In the thrilling conclusion to the Inner Origins trilogy, Siri will have to follow her heart and learn to trust on a whole different level while she fulfills her destiny. Travel to new and exciting places, experience magic like never before and discover the real treasure of Aeden.
Yet again, best-selling author Ellis Logan doesn't disappoint with her latest addition to the Inner Origins series, delivering an action-packed tale with magic and romance. Paranormal fantasy combines with fairies, Celtic/Norse mythology, and hollow earth theory to create an adventure you will never forget.
Suitable for ages 12 and up.
Rave Reviews for Shades of Valhalla, Inner Origins Book One:
"Ms. Logan has written a strong, fast paced story. Her world building was vivid and descriptive. Between that and the well developed characters, I was immediately pulled into the story. Every chapter added something new and exciting to the story. The author did an excellent job of getting seventeen-year old mannerisms, attitudes, vocabulary and humor down to almost perfect. The plot and writing are strong and this is more than a story between good and evil or light and dark. For a seventeen year old girl, Siri has a lot on her plate and hard decisions to make on her. On the up side, there are two handsome young men who want her attention, and an adorable pet squirrel named Miko, so it's not all bad. The end tied up the existing story nicely but left enough questions and situations open for the next book. For a first time fantasy author - well done!" ~ Author of Twin Flames and Solstice, Debbie Christiana
"Ellis Logan has come onto the YA novel scene with a strong, funny, teen-age protagonist by the name of Siri Alvarsson. Siri is a likable character who, despite her normal adolescent insecurities, can still hold her own, which is refreshing to see. More than a coming of age story, it felt like a coming into one's own story. And yes, it has the requisite love triangle, of course, because she’s a teenager discovering herself as a woman. Siri ends up on a quest and must make choices and decisions along the way. On one level, her choice could simply determine the next turn in the quest to help those she’s trying to save. However, on another level, her choice is all about her. Does she choose to honor and support her own strength and power, and independence, or does she give her power away? The action is amazing, as is the folklore background. Logan's descriptive wordplay is impressive, painting the scene for us like a canvas. There were literally spots I wanted to stop and enter the book, they sounded so lovely." ~ L.Shab
"Ellis Logan bursts on to the fantasy scene with a fast pace, suspenseful story about Siri Alvarsson, who discovers that her life is not what it seemed and is taken to worlds that she never knew existed. As the story progresses, so does the suspense, leaving you wondering what will happen next and wanting more. Ellis Logan takes you on a wonderful and magical journey. I honestly loved it and cannot wait for the next book in the series." ~ E. Wolff
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The Perfect Ending
Seriously. It's perfect. I enjoyed the first two books so much, I was looking forward to this book for a while, and it did not disappoint. Siri's Choosing Day was AMAZING and the action just ramps up from there to take you on a heart-pounding ride to the conclusion. And what a conclusion it is! I won't ruin it for you here, but trust me, you'll love it. I am not ready for the series to end.