Friday, September 16, 2016

Friday Memes: Finn's Choice by Darby Karchut

Happy Friday everybody!!
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Beginning:
The journal of Finnegan McCullen: Sunday, October 13

The problem with being an immortal Celtic warrior—okay, an apprentice immortal Celtic warrior—is that fate has a long time to mess with me. In a bad way.
Friday 56:
"That's what I told her, but she said Dad got done early with meetings and just pulled into the driveway." Rafe stood up and shoved his phone in his pocket. "Parents. They're never where you want them to be. Or they show up when you don't want them to."
This week I am reading Finn's Choice by Darby Karchut. This is the last book in her Finn McCullen urban fantasy series. Here is the description from Amazon:
Just when Finn MacCullen thought fate couldn’t kick him any harder after the events of the Festival of the Hunt, it does. Now, he must overcome a series of nearly impossible trials to prove his worth as an apprentice, or lose his place at his master Gideon’s side.

But Finn and Gideon, and their friends, are determined to boot fate right back. They’re going to do whatever it takes to succeed, including teaming up with a sorceress and a certain teen angel.

However, Finn’s life has as many twists as a Celtic knot, and master and apprentice find themselves in their ancestral homeland of Ireland with only their wits―and a fair bit of the Black Hand’s charm―to protect them from the vengeful Celtic goddess known as the Sc├íthach.

In this heart-stopping finale of the award-winning series, it’s going to take every scrap of Finn’s Irish luck and pluck to save himself, and his master, from death. Or worse.

8 comments:

  1. Love it! Going on the tbr list! Thanks!

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  2. The author does a good job of writing as a younger person. Does sound fun.

    My Friday 56 from Bloodmark

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  3. I should say writing in a young person's voice:)

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  4. This sounds like a lot of fun. Thanks for sharing and visiting my blog.

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  5. This sounds like a good one. Enjoy your current read! :-)

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  6. I'm curious for more! Happy weekend!

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  7. Sounds like a good I would definitely keep keep Reading this one. Thanks for sharing. Have a wonderful weekend.

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