Interwoven 3: The Unraveling by T Atkins

Interwoven 3: The Unraveling by T Atkins

Genre: Supernatural suspense thriller, Mystery Thriller | Publisher: DesKor Inc.

Picking up from where the second book, Jacob's Story, of the series ended, Interwoven 3 follows Tracy Acker who teamed with a sorceress, Madam Spindra, and trying to track down Jacob and Taylor. Since Jacob disappeared, Tracy Acker has studied every book available on occultism in an attempt to put the puzzle pieces together and bring him back.

Title: Interwoven 3: The Unraveling

Author: T Atkins

Genre: Supernatural suspense thriller, Mystery Thriller

Publisher: DesKor Inc.

First Publication: 2021

Language: English

Major Characters:

Tracy Acker: Teenager in high school. An outsider. Friend of Jacob.
Madam Spindra: Traveling sorceress, who has not practiced in a while.
Monica: Friend of Taylor, the protagonist from the first book
Eleazer Evans: Evil sorcerer, who has returned from the dead, by occupying Jacob’s body, to exact his revenge on the ancestors he feels is responsible for his mother’s death.

Setting Place: Albemarle County, NC

Narration: Third-person limited omniscient perspective

 

Book Summary: Interwoven 3 by T Atkins

Since Jacob’s disappearance, Tracy Acker has searched every book she can find on the occult, trying to figure out a way to get him back. Just when she’s about to give up hope, an apparition shows up late one evening in her kitchen. Could it be Jacob reaching out to her?

Making one last trip to the Wiccan Goddesses’ shop, Tracy meets Madam Spindra, a sorceress willing to help her. With advice from Madam Spindra, Tracy begins to uncover secrets behind the mysterious Spellbook Jacob used to cast the spells that eventually led to his possession.

But even with this new information, and the help of a sorceress who has only been practicing Love spells for the last few years, will the two of them be enough to bring Jacob, and possibly Taylor back?

Interwoven 3 by T Atkins

Book Review: Interwoven 3 by T Atkins

Picking up from where the second book, Jacob’s Story, of the series ended, Interwoven 3 follows Tracy Acker who teamed with a sorceress, Madam Spindra, and trying to track down Jacob and Taylor. Since Jacob disappeared, Tracy Acker has studied every book available on occultism in an attempt to put the puzzle pieces together and bring him back. An apparition appears in her kitchen late one evening just when she is about to give up. Tracy visits a Wiccan Goddesses’ shop once more, where she meets Madam Spindra, a sorceress who is willing to help her.

Tracy, with the assistance of Madam Spindra, begins to unravel the mystery of Jacob’s mysterious Spellbook. But this new information together with the Sorceress’ assistance – who has only been practicing love spells for few years – are not enough to bring Jacob and Taylor back. All this combined will take us on one wild adventure with Tracy. What follows is an exciting, tense, wild last half of the book that had me on the edge of my seat. I was really worried about Taylor Watson and Jacob from the first two books of the series. It was easy to become engaged with these characters and the plot. It’s pretty fast-paced, with lots of action, and the characters, despite their paranormal qualities, come across as regular people.

Interwoven 3 is a fascinating, fast moving story with vivid world building, complicated relationships and fantastic plotting and scheming by a host of multi-layered, enigmatic characters. Tracy is a fierce and independent character whose care for Jacob causes her to bravely risk her life multiple times. Tracy was an amazing heroine, and finally realizing that she needs to use her full potential in order to survive. The wild crazy climax was a thrill-a-minute, with all their lives in danger.

The pacing was great as the story was like a roller coaster with higher intensity moments mixed with some lulls to give added layers to the story and characters. The characters were all enjoyable and well-written. I loved the collaboration between Tracy and Spindra in finding Jacob. Spindra was an amazing companion to Tracy. I also loved the plot twists as it really was impossible to see exactly what will happen next, but it was fun to guess. This story also has great secondary characters who bring more intrigue and drama to the plot.

In addition to the layered characters and intriguing plot, the world-building is immersive and interesting. I love the different spells, magic, and other supernatural elements that wove through the story. T Atkins has created a wild web of deceit, mystery, betrayal filled with magic. There is definitely enough build-up to give the characters enough tension to not fully know how it will actually turn out.

While the first book in the series did take me a little while to get into in the beginning, there was a lot going on in terms of the action, deception and revelation in this third book of the series. With many twists and turns, so many questions were answered magically! Superb world building and an action-packed plot made this series an unforgettable reading experience. Nonetheless, I would recommend Interwoven 3 for readers who like fantasy books filled with intrigue, drama, magic, deadly spells, wonderful characters and a touch of romance.

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Picking up from where the second book, Jacob's Story, of the series ended, Interwoven 3 follows Tracy Acker who teamed with a sorceress, Madam Spindra, and trying to track down Jacob and Taylor. Since Jacob disappeared, Tracy Acker has studied every book available on occultism in an attempt to put the puzzle pieces together and bring him back.Interwoven 3: The Unraveling by T Atkins