Witch Born is an excellent sequel to Witch Song. I wasn't sure what to expect from this book because I really liked the way that Witch Song ended but I really enjoyed this sequel.
Brusenna thinks that she is safe now after everything that happened with the Dark Witch but she isn't as safe as she believes. Brusenna has come a long way since the beginning of Witch Song. She has become a much stronger person as well as a much stronger witch. I like that she isn't perfect though but she always tries to do what is right for the other people around her. Some of the choices she does make in this story were frustrating for me but I did understand where she was coming from.
I was excited to see the return of some familiar characters, especially Joshen. I even wished he was in this book a bit more. I love how the relationship between Joshen and Brusenna continues to develop because it isn't perfect and that just makes it feel realistic. I also enjoyed meeting some new characters as well in this book.
The plot was exciting and jumped right into the story within the first few pages. There were even quite a few unexpected twists that I didn't see coming. Some parts did slow down at times for me but then it would pick back up again. Also there were some moments of this book that gave me a bit of anxiety but in a good way because I care so much about the characters.
I really loved going on another adventure with Brusenna though because once again I found myself completely lost in the world Argyle creates. The setting is so interesting and I love the details because it is easy for me to visualize while I'm reading. Overall I really enjoyed Witch Born and strongly recommend this series. It's an exciting fantasy adventure.
I loved Untraceable and didn't want this thrilling story to end. I have been hearing some things about this book for a few months now and I'm mad at myself for not reading it sooner now. However I am happy that now I only have to wait a little bit until the next book is released.
Grace is determined to find her dad after he went missing months ago. Grace was an excellent protagonist. She's independent, a bit of a tomboy, and loves being in the forest. She is also stubborn and reckless though which gets her into some situations. I liked Grace so much because not only did she feel like a realistic character, but she won't give up on the search for her dad. There were several other characters that I also loved getting to know and found to be realistic.
The plot was exciting and filled with twists. I loved that I was able to dive right into the story immediately and I didn't want to put this book down for long. I love a good mystery and this book definitely provided one. Every time I thought I figured out the mystery of what happened to Grace's father, I was proven wrong. I love that it was also difficult to figure out which character could be trusted. The last half of the book especially had my heart racing and I felt like I couldn't read it fast enough.
I also loved the setting in the Smokies. I'm not much of a nature person but I loved the details of the forest. At times I even felt like I was hiking a trail alongside Grace. Overall I loved this book and I will be highly anticipating the sequel. I strongly recommend Untraceable, this story will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Uncontrollable was a great sequel to Untraceable and I couldn't put this book down. Once again Johannes writes another book that completely sucks me in and I couldn't read this book fast enough.
The story picks up a few months later and Grace is still trying to deal with everything that has happened. However when she signs up to help on a research project with Red Wolves, she finds herself back in the forest. Grace makes an excellent protagonist because she feels like a realistic character to me. She is still dealing with a lot but she throws herself back into helping out in the forest in an effort to start moving on. Also the forest is a place she cares about greatly. Grace definitely developed into an even stronger character in this book too. I admire how she continues to do anything for others, especially the people closest to her. That means that she can be reckless at times but her heart is always in the right place. She is so good with basic survival facts too so if I ever got stuck in the forest I would want Grace with me. I also loved seeing the return of some characters and also meeting some new ones.
The plot once again kept me on the edge of my seat because of the twists. I feel like whenever I started to figure it all out, there would be another new twist and I would be back at square one trying to solve the mystery again. I just couldn't wait to figure out how it would end so I ended up finishing this book in one sitting. Not only were there plenty of twists but there was action, romance, and a few moments that tore my heart out.
I also loved being back in the woods again too. The setting was one of my favorite aspects of the first book in this series so I was thrilled to jump right back in again. This time though Grace was in the woods during one of the coldest winters so reading the details left me with chills. I will definitely be highly anticipating the next book in this series. Overall I loved Uncontrollable and highly recommend this book as well as the first book in this series if you haven't read it yet.