Book Review: Unelmoija: Paradox (Weeia, #5) by Ella Boca

Welcome to my review of the final book in the Weeia series!
Please let me know what you think of the series in a comment below. 


Book Synopsis:
Amy and her friends uncover the cause of the disappearance of New Lyon, only to face their greatest challenge. Altering the past could mean the end of all humanity while doing nothing could have dire consequences for those they love. Forced to risk everything and choose between the familiar and the unknown, even the Unelmoija may not be strong enough to evade the paradox.

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About the Author:

Elle is the author of the Weeia Miami urban fantasy and the Paris Weeia Marshals series. Growing up the only child of a monkey mother and a rabbit father she learned to keep herself entertained and spend time reading. Elle makes her home with her king cat husband in South Florida. When not writing and creating fantastical beings she likes photographing nature and wildlife, eating baked goods, watching movies, and dreaming of going on safari.

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My Review:
OOOOhhhh the last book in the series! Honestly, I take my time with the last book in every great series I love because I do not want it to end! Thankfully this book has an amazing ending and perfectly wraps up the series. The writing is great and captivates you from the beginning of the story and takes you on a great journey with enjoyable characters! The originality is weaved throughout every aspect of this book from the characters to the ending. The timeshifting in most novels is a little difficult to follow for some readers but I feel like Elle did a good job with the aspect and I just think all readers should take their time reading this book to truly enjoy it. I would recommend to all who love great series and writing! I would like everyone to start with the first book in this series and read them all. You will not regret it!

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2018 Reading Challenge

2018 Reading Challenge
T.M. has read 1 book toward her goal of 10 books.