Shaman, Sister, Sorceress (Olivia Lawson #3) My rating: Urban Fantasy
by M. Terry Green
It's no secret that I love this series, so I was delighted to see this third installment published. There's always that slight worry with a new book in a favourite series, as to whether it will keep up the standard, but in this novel Livvy is still on top form - and still learning about herself.
Livvy thought she was taking a relaxing holiday to get away from the shaman world of LA, where her overnight celebrity, family issues, and budding-yet-forbidden romance with SK have left her overwhelmed. Instead, she finds herself drawn into the issues of the Hopi tribe - and another underworld battle, this time to save the world as we know it. One of the best things about this series is that it's far from black and white, and although Livvy always tries to do the right thing, it's seldom clear what that really means. This book is a particularly striking example, as even after reaching the end, it still isn't entirely clear for some characters whether they were acting maliciously or simply misguided.