Tuesday, September 10, 2013

The Last Oracle by Delia Colvin Review


Can love defy death itself? 

The Last Oracle is the final book in The Sibylline Trilogy, weaving Greek mythology with a modern tale of eternal love.

As Alex and Valeria's wedding draws near, their secret plans are discovered, and now no one is safe!

To triumph over the dark forces that threaten their existence, they must risk returning to the Underworld. Hidden in a secret chamber along the river Styx is the first oracle, Myrdd, whose jumbled mind holds the key to their survival. But Myrdd's solution forces Alex and Valeria to confront death, for a chance to change their fate!

THE SIBYLLINE TRILOGY - a love more enduring than life...than death...than destiny.

Talk about a good book, a great series!!  I was so lucky that I got to read the whole series, and didn't have to wait to read any of them.  It really would've driven me crazy if I had started this series earlier and had to wait to read any of the other books.  These books will take you on a roller coaster of emotions with loads of twists and turns and ups and downs.  

Any book that causes an emotional reaction is a great book to me.  Granted those emotions aren't always good ones but they will keep you reading and wanting more.  Let's put it this way I read all 3 books in a little over 3 days.  I had to force myself to put the books down to get other work done.  Of course, it was kind of nice though because I haven't been feeling good the last couple of days.  There is nothing better than snuggling down in bed with a good book when you aren't feeling well.

Delia Colvin is a great writer and I can't wait to see what else she writes.  She is definitely one to watch.  I have a feeling that will be seeing more of her in the future, and not just in books.  I would bet that someone will pick up these books and want to make a couple of movies out of them.  If I were you, I would pick up these books before they are hard to find (because everyone else is buying them up).

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Other books in the Sibylline Trilogy

The Sibylline Oracle Book 1 of The Sibylline Trilogy

Can love defy time? 

When she's rescued by handsome Alex Morgan, Valeria
thinks she's found her happy ending. But Alex knows the terrifying truth...time
is running out! And unless they can discover the source of an ancient
curse, fate will take her life...again. Greek Mythology and modern romance
intertwine in this addictive trilogy.

THE SIBYLLINE TRILOGY - a love more enduring than life...than death...than destiny.

The Symbolon Book 2 of The Sibylline Trilogy

Can love defy fate?

The Symbolon, is the passionate second novel of The Sibylline Trilogy that weaves Greek mythology with a modern tale of eternal love!

For 3000 years, Alex has dreamed of a life with his symbolon, his mortal soul mate. But when they approach the ancient council of immortals for approval of their marriage, they discover that sinister forces object to their union. Soon, they are faced with terrifying threats, including a devastating separation that neither may survive.

THE SIBYLLINE TRILOGY - a love more enduring than life...than death...than destiny.

About the Author
Delia J. Colvin is the Bestselling author of The Sibylline Trilogy; The Sibylline Oracle (Voted Goodreads #1 Best Book of June 2012), The Symbolon (Voted Goodreads #2 Best Book of November 2012) and newly released, The Last Oracle. She authors a popular blog and is listed as a contributor in two business books.

While developing her skill as an author, Delia worked in a variety of occupations from marketing to entrepreneur, Air Traffic Controller and Russian Interpreter. But her passion is in writing and helping people. Delia has donated both time and money to literacy programs around the country.

PERSONAL NOTE From the Author: As much as I enjoy writing, I love hearing from readers even more! It would mean the world to me if you would take a moment to send me an email and say hi. I personally answer all of my emails.

Email me at DeliaJColvin@gmail.com

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I received this book to review through Beck Valley Books Book Tours, all the opinions above are 100% my own.

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