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The Phantom Forest Book Þ 300 pages ☆ Dcmdirect ¾ ➹ [Download] ➵ The Phantom Forest By Liz Kerin ➼ – Every tree in the sacred Forest of Laida houses a soul Though each of those souls will return to the mortal world for many future lives not all of them deserve toSeycia's fatherCt the family she left behind from beyond the grave In this story of love survival and what it means to be human Seycia and Haben discover that the Underworld is riddled with secrets that can only be unlocked through complete trust and devotion not only to their mission but also to one another The Phantom Forest was a novel I read within a span of six hours and was drawn in from the start I liked how it consisted of well developed characters with a setting that was a mix between the fantasy and dystopian genre The concept that souls were made of trees is something I'd never heard of which made it even wonderful for meFrom the first page till the last I was left on the edge of my seat feeling for the characters and wondering what the next page brought The world building and setting was fantastic and I liked how the underworld was portrayed in a dark yet moody and atmospheric worldThe storyline of the other characters such as Seycia's brother lent so much to the story as we knew it particularly in the eyes of a young boyI loved Haben's chapters a lot and we got to see his side of the story from the Underworld and how things went from his perspective I felt compassion for him and enjoyed how the author developed his characterThank you to Edelweiss and the publisher for sending me an Electronic ARC of The Phantom Forest by Liz KerinJul 1 2019 This book was everything I never knew I needed Loved every bit of it ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

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Every tree in the sacred Forest of Laida houses a soul Though each of those souls will return to the mortal world for many future lives not all of them deserve toSeycia's father told her this story as a child a story of the most holy place in the Underworld The Forest of Laida where all souls Kerin's debut novel was full of action and nebulous adventure The author easily won me over with her world building her plot heavily influenced by religious mythology her intriguing and broken characters and everything else that exploded from this book and made me a fan Between learning about the well developed characters and never knowing what would happen next I was on the edge of my seat for this journey from beginning to end The path proved treacherous and I enjoyed every spine tingling minute of it This story centers around and is told mostly by three principle characters★ Seycia she's a clever courageous fearless and extremely headstrong Alone during her formative years after witnessing her parents death in her war torn country she's learned to survive and protect her little brother Her love for her sibling is what really drew me to her because big sisters love like no other No one can touch talk or even think about our little ones She's willing to do anything for him and ends up making the biggest sacrifice of all★ Haben once a human who lived centuries ago now a demon slave to the ruler of the Underworld He has been turned into the Savage a demon who comes to Earth twice a year to eat human sacrifices He hates what he has become but feels his punishment matches his crime You'll spend much of the book trying to figure out what he did to deserve this Once Seycia finds herself in the Underworld Haben does everything he can to help her survive He becomes friend and maybe ? educator and support when Seycia needs it most FYI to the author Haben IS this story and I need of this man ASAP★ Miko Seycia's younger brother who ends up being the the Light for the people of his land He's twelve and finds that his age doesn't diminish his strength or the fortitude reuired to do something about what is happening to his people While he mourns his sister he finds purpose and joins others in toppling the autocracy that his dominated his people for years He's brave and intelligent but still a bit naive and childish His story arc intrigues me almost as much as Haben's doesOther characters play a decidedly major role although they had minor parts⦾ General Simeon he was the brutal ruler of Khronasa with no love for its people or its traditions He had an intense need to wipe out Seycia and her brother for wrongs done to him and lacked compunction for any of the evil he perpetrated He was answerable and fearful of Emperor Caius who had forced the people into subservience⦾ Dhov ruler of the Underworld He doled out pain and punishment on a whim He was creepy scary and I would never want to meet him He was right there at every turn during Haben and Seycia's mission to the Great Forest He had spies everywhere and nowhere was safe from his wrathThere were a ton of other characters we come to know Some to love and some to hate along with everyone else With her first novel Kerin has established herself as a must read author for the genre She gave me everything I crave in a YA story and left me hungry for Now at the end of this chapter of the tale I'm tense and anxious to find out where this story will lead me next I NEED a book two PRONTOClick here for the full reviewBlog | FB |

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The Phantom ForestGo to rest before embarking on a new life But Seycia's father is dead now and his killer has put a target on her backAfter being chosen for her village's human sacrifice ritual Seycia is transported to the Underworld and must join forces with Haben the demon to whom she was sacrificed to prote This across between Dante's Inferno Jeannette Ng's Under the Pendulum Sun It is difficult to chose is it fantasy it starts like one but we have guns cars photograph ; concrete cellar; along with talk of apocalyptic Wars then we have final twist Demons mainly The Savage a demon with split personality as he also Haben the hater of Dohv the King of the UnderworldLiz Kerin has created a book that grasps at religion shadows the darker side of heaven hell every much as John Bunion's The Pilgrim 's Progress does as Seycia plays a feminist Pilgrim I love evil dark General Simeon who reads like Mathew Hopkins The Witchfinder GeneralAs you progress into this book it is not main characters but sidle characters that add the extra spice to the plot It is the villains the violence of the fights that are vividly described in Bloody detail