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The conclusion to The Progeny
Audra Ellison gave up more than just her memory. Now she must find a way to release Luka is in the Historian’s custody. Her only chance is to end the war between the Progeny and Scions. Will help from a heretic monk and her Progeny friends be enough?
Number of Pages: 384
Vendor: Howard Books
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)|
Face-to-face with her past, Audra Ellison now knows the secret she gave up everything—including her memory—to protect. A secret made vulnerable by her rediscovery, and so powerful neither the Historian nor the traitor Prince Nikola will ever let her live to keep it.
With Luka in the Historians custody and the clock ticking down on his life, Audra only has one impossible chance: find and kill the Historian and end the centuries old war between the Progeny and Scions at last—all while running from the law and struggling to control her growing powers.
With the help of a heretic monk and her Progeny friends Claudia, Piotrek, and Jester, Audra will risk all she holds dear in a final bid to save them all and put her powers to the ultimate test. Love, action, and stunning revelation reign in this thrilling conclusion to The Progeny.
"Intense and riveting... Absolutely relentless from the first page to last. Tosca Lee is a master at the craft."
“One killer story… a roller-coaster ride that picked up speed, racing to the gasp-out-loud conclusion.”
“Twisting and chilling… a headlong, haunting thrill. With action and romance in spades, this is one to read.”
“With each chapter of The Progeny, I became a bigger fan of Tosca’s! Wow! What a ride. Tosca has done it again.”
"Tosca Lee's The Progeny delivers a riveting ride from page one. Historical codes, serial killers, and whirlwind global travel just begin to frame this tale. I galloped through the book and at the end wanted more. Sequel please?!"
Praise for The Progeny:
"More thrills with a Christian fiction edge."
“An intricately woven tale that is intriguing and romantic, I literally couldn’t put it down.”
“Tosca Lee is a masterful storyteller who has created a rich and engaging tale of adventure, mystery, and loyalty in the face of perpetual betrayal, which kept me on edge from the first page until the last."
"Dark, tense, and gripping, The Progeny by Tosca Lee has all the ingredients thriller fans crave."
“Gifted storyteller Tosca Lee artfully weaves an intriguing centuries-old legend into an absorbing, fast-paced supernatural thriller. The Progeny strikes a perfect balance of mystery, adrenaline, and romance. I devoured it in a day.”
“A brilliant read and a thrilling ride—all the more fantastic because it is set in the real world and based on historic facts and secrets. Anyone could be a Progeny. Even you.”
"Lee is a phenomenal talent known for bringing history to the present, making it exciting and relevant while never forgetting that love is the ultimate motivator. Think Da Vinci Code meets The Blacklist.”
“Tosca puts the thrill into thriller. Be warned: once you start this book, it’s impossible to put down!”
Yvette K.3 Stars Out Of 5High Adrenaline second book in Descendants of the House of Bathory duologyJanuary 21, 2018Yvette K.Quality: 3Value: 3Meets Expectations: 3With Firstborn, Tosca Lee has delivered a fantastic follow-up to The Progeny. It is an adrenaline-filled joyride from beginning to end. Action scene after action scene is narrated by Audra, the firstborn Progeny of the title, including a dive back into the underground rave-style "court" as Audra and Luka, with help from Jester and other allies, race to survive and to locate the Historian before it is too late to protect Audra's biggest secret of all.
The paranormal aspect continues as Audra learns that as a firstborn her powers are stronger than other Progeny, and that there is a correspondingly higher price to be paid.
While this book is from a Christian publisher, there is little direct mention or reference to Christian beliefs other than a pondering over destinations after death. If you enjoy adrenaline-rush stories with a paranormal aspect, this might be just the ticket.
Once again, this had a strong New Adult feel and a propulsive writing style. The action swept me from scene to scene and any plot holes went whooshing by. I enjoyed how this novel ended and I'm looking forward to reading some of Tosca Lee's more adult and less thriller-y backlist, hopefully later this year.
While the publisher approved me to read a NetGalley e-galley, they archived the file before I was able to access it, so this review is based solely on a library ebook. All opinions expressed are my own.