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read My Soul to Take African Immortals #4 mobi ✓ Paperback ´ tananarive due Î ❮Read❯ ➵ My Soul to Take African Immortals #4 Author Tananarive Due – Gwairsoft.co.uk Fana an immortal with tremendous telepathic abilities is locked in a battle of wills Her fiancé is Fana an immortal with tremendous telepathic abilities is locked in a battle of wills Her fiancé is Michel But Johnny Wright a mortal who is in love with her believes that if she doesn’t stay away from Michel they will become the Witnesses t I enjoyed the series but I will admit that I was not pleased with the ending It felt too easy for these complicated characters I kinda wish I didn't read the Epilogue The bookwhole series would have please me and I would have given this book 5 stars without those last 9 pages Overall I love Tananarive Due and I especially love this series

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O the Apocalypse described in the Book of RevelationFana and the Life Brothers are rushing to distribute their healing “Living Blood” throughout the world hoping to eliminate most diseases before Fana is bound to marry Michel Still they ca FinallyI'm done reading My Soul to Take This time it took me almost a week to read this book The first two books in the series My Soul to Keep The Living Blood I pulled all nighters to read because they were just that compelling The third bookBlood Colony not so much and My Soul to Takewell I'm just happy I finished it The I read the I realize I'm just not a series book readerespecially those that span almost 15 years My Soul to Keep came out in 1997; just too much time lapsed between each book and with so many characters to keep up with I soon uickly lost interest in most of them since I couldn't remember what made them uniue or distinctively previouslyFor some reason My Soul to Take reminded me too much of the Vampire Huntress series from LA Banks may she RIP and it was a big distraction for me In fact one of the character's names was Carlossound familiar to anyone? The good vs evil light vs dark husband and wife coming together as one on one accord soldiersteams sparring against each other music as a tool for peace harmony and healingeven the one character who seemed to be the Prince of Deaththe anti Chrisit seemed hauntingly similar I still believe that Due has a lot of writing ahead of her with some good storylines as she is an awesome storytellerbut hopefully plots that are fresh and leave these characters behind as I'm done with them and this series

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My Soul to Take African Immortals #4Nnot heal people faster than Michel can kill them Due weaves a tangled web in this novel including beloved characters from her bestselling Joplin’s Ghost in a war of good against evil making My Soul to Take a chilling and thrilling experienc My Soul to Take by Tananarive Due is the fourth and perhaps final installment of her African Immortals series I have truly enjoyed this series and as I anticipated the release of My Soul to Take I read several of her other novels see my reviews The African Immortals Series is a mixture of Sci Fi and the paranormal mixed with religious undertones that mix biblical stories with immortal beings in a good vs evil battle The series main character is Fana whom we were first introduced to as an infant in My Soul to keep the first installment Prophecy would have it as was revealed in Blood Colony that she would wed Michel heir to Sanctus Cruor Fana represents good in that she wants to use her blood which has tremendous healing power to heal the world Michel who represents evil wants to cleanse the world and use mortals as a sacrificial gift According to the written word the two are to “become one” for the prophecy to be fulfilledWhen I began My Soul to Take the first thing that caught my eye was the year 2016 My first thought was okay ten years have passed but as I continued to read this became a point of contention for me which I will explain in a bit The story opens up with Carlos Harris who is in Puerto Rico searching for his missing mother I didn’t remember a character named Carlos from the previous books but that was okay To my surprise Ms Due decided to introduce characters from another novel of hers titled Joplin’s Ghost A book I simply loved and highly recommend Carlos Harris is the husband of a musical protégé by the name of Phoenix In Joplin’s Ghost Phoenix had a supernatural encounter with the ghost of renowned Ragtime entertainer Scott Joplin I was so excited and couldn’t wait to see how Due was going to incorporate these two in the living blood storyline I am not sure if I over anticipated this novel if it was the period of time between the last installment Blood Colony 2008 or that 2016 date that kept gnawing at me but I was continuously distracted as I read the book The year the year the yearokay the reason the year holds so much significance for me is because it was engrained in my mind that in Blood Colony Fana whom I believe was seventeen at the time asked Michel to give her ten years and then she would marry him Blood Colony began with a year also 2005 That’s at least ten years right? Well this is where I became confused There is a part in My Soul to Take where Fana who is now about eighteen speaks about a year having passed and it is time to honor her commitment to Michel Pump the brakes Was the engagement one year or ten years and if only one year how did we get to the year 2016; and if ten years what happened in the previous nine years and why isn’t Fana twenty seven? This takes me back to the beginning because the story began around 1997 which would make Fana about eighteen in the year 2016 but only seven or eight during the Blood Colony era scratching my head Now throw Phoenix and Carlos into the mix and I’m thinking what was the timeframe for that story “Oh boy” My Soul to Take by no means is a dud but it didn’t measure up to my expectations either Phoenix and Carlos never felt right in the story and didn’t seem to add much to the main plot There was a lot of focus on the cat and mouse games of Michel and Fana and although I didn’t want them to marry I enjoyed how Due was able to soften my disdain for him The story included many of my favorites like Dawit and Jessica—Fana’s parents; the blood brothers Fasilidas Teka Mahmoud and others as well as Fana’s friend’s Johnny and Caitlin Perhaps I secretly wanted the story to pick up where it left off and for Johnny to rush in and save the day As I turned the last page there were still some unresolved matters and I wasn’t uite sure what really became of Fana and Michel at the end Is Ms Due setting the stage for another installment or is this really the end? But isn’t that what great storytelling is all about? The story may not go in the direction we want it to go but when we turn the last page there is still a yearning for I truly wish that someone like George Lucas would pick up this series and transform it into an epic trilogy My Soul to Take will make for some awesome book club discussions of which I would love to participate in one Maybe Ms Due can put together a live on line discussion similar to the Facebook live chats Oprah Winfrey conducted for her Lifeclass show This would give all of Due's faithful readers a chance to have an open dialog about the series and this installment in particular I think it would be a huge successMy final rating for My Soul to Take is 35mainly because I had to pull out my copy of Blood Colony to connect the dots Aha The introduction began in 2005 but chapter one was set in the year 2015 Whew I feel so much better Still I need to better understand what happened to make Fana concede on her demand for a ten year engagementwas it because Michel was playing dirty and casting down plagues or was it his threats to begin the cleansing? Maybe in a few months I will go back and reread My Soul to Take If so I will definitely reconsider my ratingMuch LoveTracywwwTracyLDaritycom