Ancient Wonders (Bookburners S1 Ep9) REVIEW

27066137Ancient Wonders by Margaret Dunlap

Published November 4th 2015

Genre: Urban Fantasy

Pages: 52

Source: Netgalley – in exchange for an honest review

With the enemy always two steps ahead, Sal and Team Three seek new answers from an old Oracle. 
After being sent on a wild goose chase in the latest game of cat and mouse with the mysterious Mr. Norse, the team decides they need to get ahead of their competition in the hunt for the Codex Umbra. With no other options, they turn to old friends and even older magic: specifically, the Oracle of Delphi. Sal grows suspicious of her own sleeping habits and Asanti enjoys some field time but everyone learns the deadly dangers of playing with prophecy. 

In this episode, Team Three flies to Greece to consult Pythia, the Delphi Oracle. Mr. Norse is getting close to Codex Umbra but the team doesn’t know how to stop him so they visit Pythia to get some useful information.

In this episode, we get to see what’s happening through everyone’s perspective. I liked it because we get to know what everyone is thinking and their opinions on what’s happening.

I liked the plot and the character development was beautiful.

I really like this series and I can’t wait to see how this season ends.

Rating: 4 stars

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