Book Reviews

Save the Sea by G. Bailey

My edition: Kindle Unlimited
Pages: 300
Series: Saved By the Pirates #3 Final Installment
Genre: Fantasy, Reverse Harem
Rating: 3 stars

Synopsis:

Love. Death. Power. When all these words are marked on Cassandra’s soul, can she really save anyone?

Cassandra has finally escaped the king,  only to find herself in the middle of the rebels, and a war that she is meant to be the leader of. When the changed ones of the mountains go to war, Cassandra and her pirates have to travel across the seas to the mermaids who are the only ones that can help. But what is the price of the mermaid’s help?

War is whispered much like the Sea God whispers to Cassandra, but no on speaks the ending. Can death be the only winner?

Review:

The final installment fell a little flat for me. Cassandra didn’t show much growth. There were a few questions left unanswered.

Still love the pirates. They showed some character growth but not much. Cassandra seemed to dense at times. She also seemed to be to “perfect” with learning. She was able to control her power and learn to swim in one day and it just didn’t seem to real. There needs to be a bit more editing to the book. I found a few sentences that didn’t make sense because there was a word missing or put in the wrong spot. Also a certain character was to do an action than it turned out to be another character that did that said action.

I wish Bailey would have made this into four books instead of three. She could have made the third book solely on Cassandra on Fiaten and then wrote the fourth book about getting read for the battle and the battle. But oh well.

On to the next series.

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