Thursday, December 20, 2018

The Morphid Chronicles Complete Series

The Morphid Chronicles:


Keeper - Book 1

Keeper (The Morphid Chronicles Book 1) by [Seymour, Ingrid]

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My Review:

Keeper is the first book in the Morphids Chronicles by Ingrid Seymour. It’s the most intense and heart wrenching series that I’ve read so far by her. The relationships are complicated and the plot is unpredictable with plenty of action scenes. The story follows different points of view. As more characters get introduced in the series, more voices get added.

Book 1 introduces a superior race called morphids living alongside humans. Because they are in the minority, they remain hidden while humans make a mess of earth. Most of them look down on humans, but morphids are capable of making a mess of things too. There are evil forces at work and two teenagers named Greg and Sam will have to find their path in an uncertain future. Sam has feelings for Greg, but when her fated mate shows up, who will she choose? Can fate be trusted?

Disclosure: I read this story in KU. This is my honest review.

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Ripper - Book 2

Ripper (The Morphid Chronicles Book 2) by [Seymour, Ingrid]

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My Review:

Ripper is the second book in the Morphids Chronicles by Ingrid Seymour. Things get worse before they get better. Ashby is probably the most misunderstood of the characters. He tried to be the dutiful son to his regent mother, but his loyalty blinded him to her evil. Now Sam and Greg are trying to pick up the pieces of a broken bond that has left Sam feeling guilty and Ashby a shell. Fate seems to toy with the morphids. While one has the power to rip, another has the power to weave. But time is running out for Sam and Greg and they might end up like Ashby.

Disclosure: I read this story in KU. This is my honest review.

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Weaver - Book 3

Weaver (The Morphid Chronicles Book 3) by [Seymour, Ingrid]

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My Review:

Weaver is the third book in the Morphids Chronicles by Ingrid Seymour. It’s the most epic book in the series with the most individual growth by the morphid teenagers and their one human companion. There are more twists and turns with growing relationships and personal strengths. It’s also the final book in the series with an unexpected ending. I’m sad to see Sam, Greg, and Ashby go. I wonder if there will be a spinoff series.

Disclosure: I read this story in KU. This is my honest review.

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About the Author:
Ingrid Seymour


USA Today bestselling author, Ingrid Seymour loves, loves, loves to write. She's a young and new adult author. She writes in a variety of genres including romance, urban fantasy, paranormal and horror. She loves pizza and sushi, Sunkist and gum. She believes in vampires, witches, but not zombies (uh-uh, never!) She writes to loud music, daydreams constantly and spends too much time on Twitter!! Find her there? 😉

Ingrid has incredible fun doing what she does, but more than anything she enjoys hearing from her readers. It's a dream come true.

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