Tag: The lost codex

Nov 10
{Review}The Lost Codex by Heather Lyons @hymheather @InkSlingerPR

{Review}The Lost Codex by Heather Lyons @hymheather @InkSlingerPR

Note: I will try my best, but there will probably be some spoilers from the first two books. If you are new to the series, check out my review of The Collectors’ Society HERE and my review of the Hidden Library HERE and my review of The Forgotten Mountain HERE. These books need to be read in order. The Lost Codex is the fourth and final book in the New Adult Fantasy Series, The Collectors’ Society. I was so freakin’ scared to pick up this book because I have loved loved LOVED the first three books so much. I didn’t want the series to end. But fear not Collectors’ Society fans- The Lost Codex is the perfect ending. I don’t know why I am surprised because all of Heather Lyons’ books are pure perfection. I have loved everything about this series, starting with the covers. They are some of my favorite covers for any series. Which is fitting because The Collectors’ Society is ONE OF MY FAVORITE SERIES OF ALL TIME. … Read more »

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Sep 01
{Pre-Release Excerpt} The Lost Codex by Heather Lyons @hymheather @InkSlingerPR

{Pre-Release Excerpt} The Lost Codex by Heather Lyons @hymheather @InkSlingerPR

By now, I think all of you know how much I ABSOLUTELY ADORE the Collectors’ Society series by Heather Lyons. It is one of my favorite book series ever, right up there with Harry Potter. If you are new to the series, check out my review of The Collectors’ Society HERE  my review of the Hidden Library HERE my review of The Forgotten Mountain HERE These books need to be read in order. Book 4, The Lost Codex is coming out soon, and words cannot express how very excited I am! And if you are as excited as I am, you will love this excerpt from the book. Read on, and enjoy 🙂 “You mentioned the need to take a symbolic object within the dream,” I say as I hover over his work, “one I must destroy. Yet, you have given no instruction on what that object must be.” He nudges his half-moon glasses up his bulbous nose, barely sparing a glance toward me. “I did.” Which means I must… Read more »

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