Scorched Shadows

Scorched Shadows

Steve McHugh / Aug 21, 2019

Scorched Shadows In the final chapter of the Hellequin Chronicles secrets will be revealed friendships will be tested and destinies will be fulfilled Avalon is under siege A shadowy cabal headed by a mysterious fi

  • Title: Scorched Shadows
  • Author: Steve McHugh
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  • In the final chapter of the Hellequin Chronicles, secrets will be revealed, friendships will be tested, and destinies will be fulfilled.Avalon is under siege A shadowy cabal, headed by a mysterious figure known only as My Liege , has launched a series of deadly attacks across the globe, catching innocent human bystanders in the crossfire.Emerging from the debris of battlIn the final chapter of the Hellequin Chronicles, secrets will be revealed, friendships will be tested, and destinies will be fulfilled.Avalon is under siege A shadowy cabal, headed by a mysterious figure known only as My Liege , has launched a series of deadly attacks across the globe, catching innocent human bystanders in the crossfire.Emerging from the debris of battle, Nate Garrett, the sixteen hundred year old sorcerer also called Hellequin, and his friends must stop My Liege once and for all But powerful forces stand in their way To save Avalon, they will need to enlist the help of Mordred, once Nate s greatest nemesis, now his most formidable ally But Mordred is grappling with a dark prophecy that could spell Nate s doom The fate of the world hangs in the balance Even if Nate can halt the war, will there be anything left worth saving

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        Steve s been writing from an early age, his first completed story was done in an English lesson Unfortunately, after the teacher read it, he had to have a chat with the head of the year about the violent content and bad language The follow up One boy and his frog was less concerning to his teachers and got him an A.It wasn t for another decade that he would start work on a full length novel, the result of which Crimes Against Magic is now available from.He was born in a small village called Mexborough, South Yorkshire, but now lives with his wife and three young daughters in Southampton.


    325 Comments

    1. How I love this series and this book is the best one in it! All the previous books come together, old friends and foes show up again and all stories are tied up. Almost every question I had was answered although this book does leave enough open for another few books on Nate! Personally I can't wait!Scorched shadows has it all; great story, great characters, great plotline and plot twists, this is easily one of my favorite series!The listened to the audiobook on Audible and the narration is excel [...]


    2. I was pretty nervous going into this book knowing that it was the last book in the Hellequin Chronicles. I have loved all the previous books in this series, but I didn't think that there had been anywhere near enough story told yet to already be ending. It still feels like things are just winding up. As you can tell from the number of stars in this review though, I was obviously not left wanting. Here's whyFirst of all, I am really happy that this novel sees a change up to the formula in 2 ways: [...]


    3. To start with this book, seven in the Hellequin Chronicles, without having read the previous six books may have been a bit daring (even foolish) especially since this is also the last book the series. It's like seeing the last 20 min of a movie. It's interesting, but you feel like you have missed a lot of things that are mentioned. However, I must say, despite that did I find the book surprisingly easy to get into and even more surprisingly easy to keep a check on all the characters. And, trust [...]


    4. Aaargh the last of the Hellequin Chronicles (a series I’ve been with since forever. Well the start anyway) – I’m randomly pleased it is not the last we’ll see of Nate but I did have a little emotional moment knowing that Book 7 was the last of this particularly themed story.So things I already know about this series from the previous ones, the plotting is a brilliantly addictive mix of fiction, mythology and real world setting. If you come into Book 7 on its own you’ll still have a bli [...]



    5. Excellent and infuriating in equal measure. 5 stars for the writing, general quality, and certain plot developments. 1 star for other story elements, and (view spoiler)[the *%$ bait and switch advertising. "Oh, btw, it's the last HELLEQUIN book, but not the last NATE GARRETT book." F. U. I feel like I just read a seven book PROLOGUE. (hide spoiler)] Averages out to 3.


    6. I made two stupid mistakes when it came to this series - not discovering it sooner and starting off with the final instalment!!!! Now don't get me wrong, the author makes it perfectly possible to catch up on what has happened and I easily became obsessed with the characters and the story, but it is so good that I really wish I had started with the first book - a wrong I plan to rectify by treating myself to the other books for Christmas. With mythical characters, new and old, action, magic, dang [...]


    7. I love the Hellequin series. I mean I LOVE this series. I love it almost as much as I love my husband! It has been sooo goooood. When this book showed up in my kindle app. I was pleased as punch. I blocked off reading time for three days so I could read uninterrupted---well as uninterrupted as you can be with two kids under 5 yeas--but you get the point. I was PREPARED!!! I got around 80% in and I kept thinking why haven't the good guys banded together yet to kick the bad guys asses???? why is i [...]


    8. It's the last book of the Hellequin Chronicles -- though not the last of Nate's adventure. It is a little different than the previous books, as the story is told from two different perspectives. Nate as the main character (using 1st person POV) and Mordred (using 3rd person POV). Nate is busy with his 'team' to uncover who is My Liege, while Mordred's main mission is to help finding Elaine who is missing The rest will be me sprouting out plots, so all of them will be under spoiler-tag(view spoil [...]


    9. Great end to the Hellequin series. Cant wait for the new adventures of nate and friendsA well rounded out story that promises a lot more in the universe that the author has created. The story is full of highs and lows, secrets revealed, power and death everywhere


    10. I feel like the author lied to us. This book claimed to be the final book in the Hellequin Chronicles. That being said, I expected to wrap up the story that we had been faithfully following through 6 previous books. I even tried (not very successfully) to overlook the fact that the author apparently couldn't be bothered to consistency check and insure that a basic fact such as the name of Nate's murdered wife was correct. Unfortunately I found that very grating every time her name was mentioned. [...]


    11. "Don't worry, " I was told, "the series is done, you won't get stuck waiting for new ones." Well, you will actually. The main meta plot is not really solved. The character plot, about Nate finding out who he really is, well, that gets solved.ly, but still by the time I realized that the plot wasn't going to finish up, I cared a lot less about that aspect of it. I don't mean to pile on, but as some other reviewers pointed out, the copy-editing was very shoddy on this book, and some the botched ch [...]


    12. author said this ends the hellequin series, so i was hoping for a resolution. but unfortunately the novel ends with a cliffhanger. I also dislike the whodunnit stories where the author keeps pointing the finger at different people. I got a little annoyed how every book seemed to revolve around betrayal. It switches between nate and mordred, and they both seem overpowered in this novel. In the earlier novels, nate would struggle against the gargoyle and dragon kin, but in this book he just rips e [...]


    13. End of the series, but not?!? Not cool.Authors and readers engage in a relationship of sorts. Trust is required in all relationships. The ending of this book violates trust in an annoying and stunningly juvenile way.


    14. So. Frustrating!!! We finally got some answers but are left with a MASSIVE cliffhanger. Not cool. Rarely have I felt like this about a book Seven books just to get to this point? Seems like an utter waste of my time.


    15. A little disappointing. It's almost like the author said "Hmm the mythology seems popular. Let's do more. MUCH more!"The Mordred sections were highly entertaining though.


    16. I usually love reading fantasy novels but for some reason I've not read many this year. So could the final instalment of the Hellequin Chronicles - a series I'm unfamiliar with - really be the book to reignite my passion for the genre? The answer to this is a resounding yes! Admittedly knowing a bit more of Nate's back story may have been advantageous but nevertheless I enjoyed every moment of this gripping story.Steve McHugh's superb world-building is perhaps not the easiest premise to describe [...]


    17. Well what can I say? Very action-packed as usual and a depth of characters, especially of course Mordred and Nate which makes this a very satisfying read. Not too long, not too short and I like the list of characters (there are quite a few).I do have some issues I'd like to slap Mr McHugh around the chops with (there are many Americanisms in this book - 'liter', 'tylenol'?) and the ending, while satisfying in its own way has some issues,(view spoiler)[Like the fact that everything is up in the a [...]


    18. Well what a finish to the series . I have been a massive fan of this series since crimes against magic and what a journey it’s been . So Arthur is awake and takes up his role as king of Avalon , Nate is looking for quite life but Nate being Nate it’s not so easy . No flashbacks in this book but it has mord as a POV which works well I have loved how he went from evil arch enemy to friends with Nate and to be honest I felt he stole this book even out shined Remey and that’s hard . Lots of tw [...]


    19. WowThis is a stunning conclusion to the Hellequin series! (And boy am I glad the author said while it's the last Hellequin book, it's not the last Nate book!)Action is high in this one, heads are rolling, favourite side characters get some spotlight again, mysteries are solved and new mysteries found, characters grow and change, twist that made me do a double take and reread some chaptersMcHugh has quickly managed to become one of my favourite urban fantasy authors!


    20. Well this was an action packed ride with many twists and turns, some expected some a surprise. (view spoiler)[ prior to reading this I had a theory that Arthur was evil, and it's true in a way I didn't expect. Gawain came as a surprise though. I hope this ending of "hellequins" story doesn't mean the end of Nate as a perspective because that would be upsetting (hide spoiler)]


    21. Split narrative took focus away from Nate, the things he could have done with his new magic didn't feel fully explored. Like the series though so a solid "good". 3 stars.


    22. Was a good read, left on one hell of a cliff hanger and the next few books won't be about Nate. Some good plot twists and poor Nate is really put through the ringer in this one.



    23. ugh. I peaked at spoilers and found out who the big baddie was. I was really hoping it wasn't him, because it was made pretty f-in clear in the first ten pages or so that he was the dude. look, this book was weird and oddly written, like some blogs taped together. I didn't expect Sherlock holmes. BUT I'm not the smartest knife in the crayon box, or whatever - someone like me shouldn't have figured it out by page eleven. and it wasn't good enough to be like yeah I know who it is and it's awesome [...]


    24. Good wrap up to the Hellequin arc loved (view spoiler)[ as the second narrator. Very much looking forward to where this goes next. Big changes. Can't wait (hide spoiler)]


    25. This book tricked me, and it greatly soured my enjoyment of it this has been touted as the end of the Hellequin Chronicle for the past 2 years/books, and that's not what was delivered hereWhile, TECHNICALLY, this is the end of the Hellequin Chronicles, it's not the end of the Nate Garrett story, which I assume will continue during/after these Avalon Chronicles starting next yearI liked everything I was reading until about the 80% mark when I started to suspect things weren't building to the clim [...]


    26. Having won this title in a giveaway, I feel obligated to submit a review. I'm 10% along in the story and won't be finishing it. In all fairness to Mr. McHugh and his fans, I am new to the genre of fantasy -- or is it sci-fi? Dystopia? Knights of the Round Table retold? Time travel? Witches and warlocks? Dragons? Maybe my issue comes from the tale having too many genres?Yet, I'm not a novice in any of these types of fiction. I've read and enjoyed novels in all of these genres with the exception o [...]


    27. Bit of a cop outPoor ending to a good series, billed as the last book, but it's, not.disappointed. Can't say I'm look to a forward to a procrastinated ending.


    28. BRAVO!I read these last 2 books back 2 back. Steve McHugh, my husband and children hate you. LMAO!!! I'm as useless as the g in Lasagna when I hit a book/series worthy of my time. And like I've said b4 Hellequin is "Squee" worthy. Actually, my oldest son is going to start reading the 1st novel. He's a reader like me and I told him he"d love Hellequin/Nate Garrett. He also gets to hear parts of it in the car on the way to school and back. SPOILERS!!!!!! SPOILERS!!!!!!!! IF U HAVEN'T READ THE LAST [...]


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