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Sapphire Sun (The Lost Magic, #3) ❮PDF / Epub❯ ☆ Sapphire Sun (The Lost Magic, #3) ✪ Author Suzi Davis – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk You can't escape the past You can try to forget but it never truly leaves you It is a part of who are you are; it has shaped you it will shape your future It is the shadow behind you You can't outrun You can't escape the past You can try to forget but it never truly leaves you It is a part of who are you are; it has shaped you it will shape your future It is the shadow behind you You can't outrun it you can't hide from it or deny it the past will always exist Who you once were is still a part of who you are today This I now understandMy name is Gracelynn Stevenson I tried to destroy The Lost Magic I tried to erase the past I tried to make things go back to the way that they once were I failed And now all the happiness I thought I had found has been lost to the shadows.


10 thoughts on “Sapphire Sun (The Lost Magic, #3)

  1. Brandi Kosiner Brandi Kosiner says:

    So first let me say if you haven't read this series you should give it a try I love it and really liked Grace's character and the love story is great With that said there will probably be spoilers for the first two in the series Going into Sapphire Sun I had forgotten a few things but I remembered the love and devotion that Grace and Sebastian had for each other And as it turns out the blurb tells you most of what you need to know and Grace and Sebastian's memories are blank as to what happened in Greece But I was sucked right back into her world and terror since it opens with a nightmare But at first you aren't sure that is what it is and I am not sure if it is memories trying to haunt her and how much the paranoia when she wakes is warranted The plot is fast and there is so much coming at Grace Hard life changing things and I appreciated how she handled it all For the most part I had to remind myself that she was young and love is all consuming and as the distance between her and Sebastian starts to grow once her magic reawakens and his apparently doesn't he withdraws She can see that he is dealing with a lot but he doesn't want to burden her so he doesn't talk to her about it Which only upsets her because she felt like she was all on her own And I can totally sympathize with that because for the most part women just want to nurture and men want to handle it themselves and these two mindsets don't mesh But she puts off some of the responsibilities that she agreed to with the spirits and that creates a whole world of trouble that she couldn't predict This is where I wished that she could have found some kind of balance before everything went so far downhill But then they wouldn't have learned and grown as characters so much I guess And it was uite a journey watching their hearts be broken deal with things that no young adult should have to It made me feel right along with Grace and watching her learn to be a leader and what that means as well as embracing what she was called to do and learn balance with the magic that she has been trusted with There are both old and new characters in this one There was one in particular that I didn't know what to make of the seeming changes and I didn't know if I wanted to trust him but I wanted to There is also wedding planning that made me giddy and some very hot scenes that made me suee and blush a bit The ending was very satisfying and had a few twists that I didn't see coming but it was very sweet and I think that it wrapped up the book very nicely Bottom Line Heart stopping continuation of the love story between Grace and Sebastian with some surprising and emotional twists


  2. Anna Anna says:

    Okay so I have to say that I have really enjoyed this series and if you haven't read them you are missing out I have been hooked on this series since book 1 Book 3 really takes you for a ride I love it Gracelynn and Sebastian have survived the explosion but it comes at a price They are missing critical pieces to their memories For example they don't know who they really are Davis sure does have a thing for losing memories in this series but that's okay because it just makes it epic Grace and Sebastian find themselves back living with the Jensons but they bring along a new friend with them David was there during the explosion and he seems to have holes in his memory too Even with the memory loss Grace and Sebastian will go on planning their wedding Planning a wedding seems to be chaotic but what makes matters worse is that Grace starts to remember and Sebastian doesn't want anything to do with remembering It feels like they pulling away from each Grace knows that something is going on when you dreams of a person telling her to follow her destiny and guide some people with natural power like hers Grace refusesTo make matters worse Sebastian disappears Now Grace along with David and this new group of people must work together to find Sebastian before it's too late Grace and her group travel to an island where they attempt to watch another powerful group who use their power for evil This is when Grace meets Aed a man who is almost as powerful as her Who is Aed and where did he come from? Find out in the book Overall I really enjoyed this book and series I definitely recommend it for everyone


  3. Tamera Tamera says:

    AWESOMEIncredible series with a different type of twist Kept me up way too late WAY too many nights Try the first one in the series and you will soon find yourself where I am now writing a review


  4. Kristen Kristen says:

    Awesome I am sad it's the last book but I was not disappointed I didn't know where the story would go after the end if book two it was a twist and turn filled finale


  5. Dani Dani says:

    As Sapphire Sun is the third book in a series this review will contain spoilers for the first two books “All magic has a price dearie” Rumpelstiltskin Once Upon A Time All choices have conseuences Even seemingly small choices can have a ripple effect creating unforeseen events and the greater the choice the greater the risk At the conclusion of Silver Dew in a stand off with her Caolinn’s enemies Gracelynn makes the self sacrificial choice to destroy the Lost Magic A choice which results in the loss of memory and magic for all parties involved A choice which leads to an unwanted promise and a surprising ally A choice that threatens Gracelynn and Sebastian’s love A choice in a series of choices that has created a new evil that must be defeated even if it comes at a terrible cost Gracelynn I love how strong she’s become throughout this series From the unsatisfied but willing to maintain the status uo girl she was in Amber Frost to a girl who’s really come into her own Gracelynn’s found courage and confidence and she’s become a leader instead of a follower She’s made mistakes some rather large ones but she’s becoming reconciled to her past and what Caolinn means to her She’s fallen in love again with the boy who’s held her heart through time Though loving Sebestian has helped her discover who she is and that she’s strong with him she’s also discovered strength without him Her character arc as a whole has just been rather fantastic through this series That said it was hard to watch Grace in this novel though her journey was necessary and entirely keeping with her character Her anger and desperation made her a little hard to connect with and some of her decisions hard to support She becomes somewhat reckless and dangerous as she vows to do whatever it takes to get Sebastian back It’s interesting to note in this novel how Gracelynn merges a little bit with Caolinn finding a middle ground so to speak between herself and her former self Sebastian I’m trying to keep my lips sealed on what’s up with him because through most of the novel I was all “Suzi What are you doing to my Sebastian?” It’s been hinted at in the previous books that there’s a darkness to Sebastian’s character and in Sapphire Sun you get to see of what that entails His arc throughout this book is hard and heart wrenching but well done David A former friend of Sebastian’s but recently a dangerous adversary David has forgotten both his past and his connection to the Lost Magic but is trying his hardest to remember What happens if he remembers? Will he be friend or foe? Characters Characterization I wish there had been time to get to know the many secondary characters Suzi introduces in Sapphire Sun but I love what Suzi does with Sebastian Grace and David She puts her characters through so much taking them right to the brink and sometimes beyond and I adore that kind of risky character development Another aspect of the character development that I really found interesting is in the search for identity esp in regard to the same soul living multiple lives It’s fascinating seeing some of these characters work through things they’d done events they’d set into motion decisions they’d made in the past – things that they aren’t necessarily proud of Are these decisions still a part of them? Are they the person they were or the person they are now? Are they a bit of both? And how do you live with the sins of the past? Yeah Interesting right? Romance Passionate Heartbreaking Agonizing Heart wrenching There were a few moments in Sapphire Sun that took me by completely by surprise made me re evaluate my feelings and that left me extremely unsure as to how and if everything would work out As much as I hated it I loved the uncertainty – the fact that Suzi made me feel taken aback and conflicted And did it all work out? insert maniacal evil laugh here I’ll never tell Read the book Story Though it felt a little not as polished as the first two books and though I had hoped for a bit transition from the ending of Silver Dew to the beginning of this novel Sapphire Sun is extremely enjoyable and a great continuation of this series The pacing of the first third was a little slow but necessary And once it gets going it’s going at breakneck speed until the conclusion bWorld Small thing but I love that this series is Canadian based I’m wracking my brain trying to think of any other YA series that I’ve read that’s set in Canada or that even travels to Canada and I’m coming up with nothing Why isn’t Canada used as a setting often? I don’t know but honestly series should immigrate beyond western Europe and the Lower 48 Same is lame people Another thing I love about the world of the Lost Magic is the ancient feel Suzi creates The sense of historical depth she weaves as she connects her characters’ present lives with their pasts And this ties into the last thing I want to mention – that I already briefly touched on – about conseuences I appreciate the rules of magic in this book Though triggered according to a person’s desires magic isn’t to be used for every tiny whim The ability to wield magic comes with temptations opportunities and a great responsibility Using magic is a choice and choices have conseuences and as is often the case conseuences have a way of catching up to a person Overall Emotionally charged wonderfully conflicting and achingly romantic Sapphire Sun is the fantastic third act in Sebastian and Gracelynn’s story


  6. Joy Joy says:

    Very disappointed in this series Thank for the good ending There was hardly any romance and after the second book with the horrible Mags this did not redeem it for me


  7. Jasmyn Jasmyn says:

    Silver Dew ended with uite a climatic scene This scene leads to all the trouble in Sapphire Sun Gracelynn has tried to fix everyone's mistakes by taking their memories and their magic but she didn't uite succeed in her efforts As bits and pieces begin to come back to her she is visited by spirits with a new task of brining mage back into the world This seemed a little counter productive since the last book was all about taking it away This task leads to a very grand adventure involving Sebastion and his past coming back to haunt him once again This is a theme that recurs several times throughout the series and I sort of hoped this one would end with a different note The first half of the book really dragged for me but the second half once the get on the island really picked up and became interesting There are tons of hints dropped about the big surprise at the ending but I didn't catch a single one so I was very surprised in a good way While this wasn't the best series I've ever read it was entertaining and had a few really good twists and turns there was just a littel too much repeating of a theme overall See at


  8. Nicki Markus Nicki Markus says:

    And so the story ends Sapphire Sun is a reasonable end to this tale of lost magic It ties everything up into a fitting conclusion without leaving too many uestions Towards the middle of the book I was impressed with what seemed like a bold choice by the author regarding the romantic storyline but that was later turned on its head for a traditional ending The story held my interest to the finale but the ending felt a little sudden and rushed So much so that it took me a moment to get my head around exactly what had happened This book had similar dialogue issues to the earlier two but to a lesser extent but the pacing was better than the last book except for the ending All in all I give this series three stars It has its faults but the story idea is interesting and the characters will appeal to YA readers It is worth checking out for fans of this genre looking for something newI received this book as a free e book ARC from the publisher


  9. Molly Ringle Molly Ringle says:

    Satisfying wrap up to the Lost Magic series I do find Grace and Sebastian addictive to read and kept turning pages After where the last book ended I had some theories about where this one might go; and during the course of it I had theories about what the twists might be But I was mostly wrong so kudos to Suzi for keeping us readers on our toes It's hard to discuss it without spoilers so I hope it isn't one to say that fans of the BuffyAngelus sections of the Buffyverse might in particular be fond of the places this one goes ;


  10. LoLo LoLo says:

    I'm actually disappointed in this book The only part that I like was the very end


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