A wanion is an oath, a wish, a promise, or a vendetta, and in the third installment of the Supernatural London Underground, London’s favorite group of supernatural misfits are forced to come to terms with theirs.
The chance to free London from supernatural suppression was never a choice for Romarin Demetri, or for her friends and housemates, who shared a horror she has only heard about in a few unguarded moments. When an elite group of assassins is contracted to thwart their plans of liberating people from another experimental laboratory, their ultimate goal is forcibly stalled— allowing time for pleasant distractions, other worldly experiences, and situations that can’t help but make them feel human. Now that her friends finally have to face their horrible pasts, Romarin finds herself willingly walking into an insidious trap that plays out her own worst fears.
Uncaged Review: A few months ago I read the first two books in this series, The Supernatural London Underground. This third book takes it a step into the dark side, and gives you a few twists you don’t see coming. This is my favorite book of the series so far. Now we know the characters, and we learn even more about them in this book. The book does flip from 1st person narrative to 3rd person, but for some reason it works and I’m never confused. This book definitely ups the ante, and I was hooked – specially at the 45% spot (yes, I’m on a Kindle). There are some new questions left unanswered, new betrayals, new twists, new allies and losses. And I hope it continues.
I would not recommend you read this as a standalone, you could, but you won’t get the impact of this series without starting with the first two books, and I don’t think it would be fair to the series. Recommended paranormal series. Reviewed by Cyrene.