Book Review- The Last Oracle: The SIbylline Trilogy (The Oracles Book 3)-Delia Colvin | Miki's Hope

Book Review- The Last Oracle: The SIbylline Trilogy (The Oracles Book 3)-Delia Colvin

Thursday, December 4, 2014


Another book that will have you reeling--good guys, bad guys--who is who? I simply loved this trilogy and can't wait to read the next book by Delia Colvin in Mists of Time. I love Greek mythology--those Gods always make me chuckle even if they are really not very nice. They sure like to get their own way. Does this story end like most Greek Mythology or will there be a happy ending? Read it--I am not telling!! I find it amazing that this author was able to sustain the modern times and combine it with mythology. What a great job!! And even better news--This trilogy will continue-it has become a saga!! Look for my review with a giveaway on 12/16!!!

About the Book: (from Amazon)

Can love defy death itself?

From Bestselling author, Delia Colvin, The Last Oracle, is the finale to The Sibylline Trilogy that weaves Greek Mythology with a modern tale of eternal love!

Alex has waited 3000 years to finally marry his soul mate...his symbolon. But as the wedding comes to fruition, their secret plans are discovered and now, no one is safe, especially Valeria, the one Alex holds closest to his heart.

In order to triumph over these forces, they must return to the location of the ancient council of Immortals at the entrance to the Underworld to revive the first oracle, Myrddin, whose jumbled mind holds the key to their survival. But Myrddin's solution requires both Alex and Valeria to face death in order to change their fate!

THE SIBYLLINE TRILOGY - a love more enduring than life...than death...than destiny.

Read a chapter or two here

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About the Author: (from Amazon)


"We have a new star to add to the firmament of romance/fantasy writers. Ms. Colvin takes her place in the first tier and it's well deserved." Al Hatman, Author

Delia J. Colvin is the Bestselling author of The Sibylline Trilogy;

The Sibylline Oracle -Voted Goodreads #1 Best Release of June 2012!

The Symbolon - Voted Goodreads #2 Best Release of November 2012!

The Last Oracle - Voted Goodreads #2 Best Release of September 2013!

She authors a popular blog and is listed as a contributor in two business books. While developing her skills as an author, Delia worked in a variety of occupations from marketing to entrepreneur, Air Traffic Controller and Russian Interpreter. But her passion is in writing and helping people. Delia has donated both time and money to literacy programs around the country.

Join Delia's high energy book discussions: http://bit.ly/DeliaColvin

PERSONAL NOTE From the Author: As much as I enjoy writing, I love hearing from readers even more! It would mean the world to me if you would take a moment to send me an email and say hi. I personally answer all of my emails.
Email me at DeliaJColvin@gmail.com
Or for more information on me go to my site: http://www.DeliaColvin.com


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25 comments :

Susan Day said...

I love so much when authors are passionate about their work. I believe it shines through over and over again. Just like it does here. Well done.

Owen Jones said...

Sounds a very interesting book.
Good luck with it

Sharon Martin said...

I've just read this one for the second time, loved following Alex and Valeria,, such a story and adventure they have to live through. Can;t wait for book 4 !!

Masshole Mommy said...

This is one for the hubby! He loves this kind of stuff.

Scott said...

Another Greek mythology book! I really need to look into this series for my wife, she's super into it!

Maria said...

3000 years is a long time! They must be worth the wait! Sounds like a good read!

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

While I was on vacation for 5 weeks, I thought I would have a lot of time to read. NOT SO!! But this book sounds like one I want to read if I can ever get the chance.

Stefany T said...

I haven't read in this genre in some time. I may have to check out this trilogy!

Mandie Stevens said...

yowzer 3000 yrs is a long time. Looks good.

jaime said...

I have a friend who would really enjoy this series. Sounds like a great holiday gift.

Kristen Campbell said...

I'm with you, I like the Greek Mythology mixed in there :)

Literary Winner said...

This book sounds like a cool combination of modern and ancient Greek times. I think I'll check it out!

Lesley said...

I can't wait to read this! I'm adding it to my extensive book list right now, it might take me a couple weeks, but its definitely going to be read! Thanks for sharing your review with us.

Chrystal Mahan said...

They always say that authors should write what they want to read and it always shows when an author writes in a genre and topic that s/he wants to be in.

Theresa Mahoney said...

Danger, romance and mythology. That sounds like a great combination for a good story!

Michelle H said...

I've just realized recently that I know very very little about Ancient Greek or mythology. This book would be an interesting way to dive into it.

Holly S. said...

I've heard of these; They sound awesome! Adding to my To Read list now!

Tough Cookie Mommy said...

I have always loved trilogies like this one. I feel that the characters and plot evolve over the three books.

Caroline Barnes said...

This sounds like a great book. I wish I had more time to read. I guess I'll just have to make some ;)

Frugal and Fun Mom said...

I like stories rooted in mythology. Those and sci fi seem to be the kind of books that I am drawn to.

mail4rosey said...

That is awesome to combine modern with mythology. You've got me curious now!!

Rebecca Swenor said...

This sounds like an interesting book as well as the author. I would love to read this one. Thanks for sharing.

Amanda McMahon said...

This sounds familiar - so I wonder if I read about it on amazon or something. I may check it out.

Jen said...

I am not a huge fantasy fan, but this one sounds fun!

Growing Up Madison said...

I don't usually read these type of books but this sounds great. I would have to start from book one of course to really get the whole story.

 
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