Title: Othersphere (Otherkin, #3)
Author: Nina Berry
Publication date: December 31, 2013
Genre(s): Young Adult (Fantasy)
This is the final book in the Otherkin trilogy, and I'm sad to say that this was actually my least favorite of the three. I was pretty excited to start yet another adventure with all the shape-shifters, but I just did not enjoy the plot of the book! I felt like it dragged on too much, and I just didn't care for the plot that much compared to the characters themselves. If you've read my reviews of the first two, you would already know how much I really love the characters here. Dez, the tiger shifter, is a great protagonist, though she kind of annoyed me at some points here. I think another reason for not enjoying this book as much is because there wasn't much of the shape shifters all together. I loved reading about their adventures together, and them not spending much time together here bothered me.
To be honest, I actually hated the plot. It felt boring for me, and there wasn't much humor in the book. I felt like it was all too serious. I wanted more friendship, more romance, and more humor. All I ended up getting was just too much action. I guess there was just a problem with the balance here. The world building was great as always, and we really did learn a lot of Dez in this final installment. I also really wanted to slap November here. She pissed me off so much, and I actually remember her being nice in the two previous books. I was a bit sad to see the series over, but I was glad it still ended in a good way.
Overall, the Otherkin trilogy was a great trilogy full of friendship, romance, and action. The writing is great, and the world building is constructed very well. If you are a fan of paranormal, fantasy, and romance, I really do recommend this trilogy as it contains a mix of all three! I really did hope that I would have enjoyed the last book a bit more, but I still really enjoyed this trilogy. I will definitely be looking out for Nina Berry's future books!
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