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Reborn (Kaliya Sahni Book 4) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B08TDV461C
- Publication date : June 15, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 5178 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 378 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #13,744 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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I was so excited to receive an advance copy of this book because I love this author! Kaliya is obsessive, paranoid and frighteningly competent, but I found her a little harder to love than some of the other characters in this series.
At the start of the book, we see Kaliya at her most obsessive, but, by the end, she had begun to come to terms with herself and gains a bit of peace. I love that both she and Raphael are not perfect, but they are both willing to work on their problems in an honest way. The book is fast paced, the action scenes are interesting, and the plot revealed enough to satisfy curiosity but still have me on the edge of my seat waiting for the next book. I love some of the details that were revealed about various characters!! The world building in this novel was great.
Overall, Kaliya is still not my favorite character (she’s a little too moody for that) but I like her quite a bit more than I did. I highly recommend this book if you have read the first books in the series. It is a very satisfactory entry into Kaliya’s story.
Raphael is a strong complement to her personality. I also enjoyed the fact that when he was pissed at her he did not hold back. This series is a great back drop for the Jacky Leon series. I love how they intertwine a bit, but have their own world. The other thing that I love about this, we met some new Cambion characters. Sammy is going to be interesting. I cannot wait for the next one; Kaliya has a lot more to share along with the Cambions.
Reborn is book 4 in Kaliya Sahni's story, and although some time passes between book 3 and book 4, it's important to read the Kaliya series in order to understand the intricacies of the universe and the magnitude of the evil she's facing. She's one of the very last snake shifters in a complicated world of fae, vampires, werewolves, and lots of other supernatural people.
The end of book 3 broke my heart. I don't know how many times I've reread the last 3rd of that book, but it's a LOT. I am SO GRATEFUL that K.N. Banet resolved my misery relatively quickly in this book, though as usual, it was INTENSE. I kept thinking about going to sleep, because I was reading late at night, but this is Kaliya Sahni! There is no sleep when she's around, kicking major booty and taking names.
Top reviews from other countries
The Kaliya books are always full of drama and action but this one seems to rush headlong ahead moving the story forward and answering questions from the earlier books but then raising even more to be answered next time.
It is hard to say what I loved about the book without spoiling the story for new readers as there are a lot of BIG surprises or things you might expect occurring in unexpected ways. I love the way complicated relationships are developing, I love the moments of tender friendship and more insight into Kaliya's & the naga's history. I like getting to know the cambions better and seeing Raph's confidence as a leader.
I love this world and the way there are references to events in the Jacky Leon books without it being a major plot point. It stops the world seeming tiny and makes it feel more real. I can't wait for the next one!