The Void by J.D. Horn is the third book in the Witching Savannah Trilogy. Mercy Taylor has been chased, terrorized, tortured, and received the gift of magic, but Mercy is now happily married to Peter and eagerly anticipating the birth of her son, Colin. However, something evil and magical is happening in Savannah. Someone is leaving body parts around the city of Savannah. The body parts show no sign of decay despite being left days apart from each other. The Taylor's know that this is magical and they try to figure out who is doing it and why. Mercy's old foes are also still about and trying to harm her, her unborn child, and her family. This is an action packed book and Horn gives the readers quite a twist towards the end of the story. I was very surprised by the plot twist. It was definitely not something I was expecting (or wanting) and it reminded me of the dream year on Dallas (original Dallas). The ending felt unfinished. I was left a little deflated and wanting to know more. I hope that J.D. Horn writes more books about the Taylor family. I feel that there are more stories that could be written about this magical family. Just because I did not like the ending, does not mean that I did not love the book. I could not read it fast enough. I wanted to know what was going to happen next. I give The Void four (4) stars (The Line—Book One was five stars and The Source—Book Two was four stars). If you read the first two books in the series, you need to read the last book just to see how everything turns out.
I did receive a free copy of this book from NetGalley for an honest review.
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