Book 3 of the Sisters of Fate Trilogy


It is written that three Sisters of Fate have the power to change the world’s destiny.
But only if they survive…

Kat Lockwood grew up listening to her unhinged mother’s stories about the Norse goddess souls she and her triplet sisters carry, about fiery deaths and a prophecy foretelling the world’s end. Now, to save that world, Kat must find a guy who hosts the soul of a Norse god–a warrior with the lightest blond hair and the darkest brown eyes.

But at a truck stop on her road trip, Kat freezes time while she writes out a cryptic message in runes. The only other person able to see this happen? A gorgeous guy with the lightest blond hair and the darkest brown eyes.

Kat’s not convinced peaceful Arun is the future warrior who will turn the tide in the final battle. Yet Arun turns out to be a lot tougher than he seems. As soul-carrying teens and underworld creatures gather over the world’s deadliest volcano, Kat finds that no one, including her sisters and mother, is exactly who she thought they were…

Sisters of Fate
The prophecy doesn’t lie: one is doomed to die.

I liked Kat’s story the best and not only because it’s the culmination of the entire story, but also because I liked Kat the best of the three sisters. She’s gone into everything with the knowledge that she will be the one to die, yet she doesn’t shirk what she feels is her responsibility. Even though she doesn’t fully understand yet what her and her sisters’ parts are in the final battle, she doesn’t stand on the sidelines. She wants to learn, and with the myriad of other warriors showing up along with a couple of Valkyries, there’s plenty of knowledge to go around.

Vampire Book Club

Possibly the best ending ever to a trilogy!–Overall, this trilogy was freaking fabulous and I definitely have it on my reread list for 2015! Awesome YA Paranormal about Norse mythology.

Nay's Pink Bookshelf

This was one of those cases where I devoured the books. I became obsessed and I read each of the first two books in a day respectively. I was so sucked into the world that I started Forsworn right after Forecast but actually stopped reading. To save the reading high. Some book series just click with me and this was one of those series. It’s hard for me to review the books separately because my brain puts them all together in one big awesome novel.

Library of a Book Witch

FORESWORN is suspenseful. Its fast pace makes it easily readable in one sitting. Its promise of romance, of deadly battles, of heartbreaking loss make it unputdownable. Its new characters, with new abilities and new challenges, make for a wildly entertaining read. It’s intense. It’s enthralling. It puts you on an emotional roller coaster. It keeps you glued to the page until the very end.

It is a must, must, must read installment in this absolutely amazing and unforgettable series that should only be devoured after the first two books.