Supernaturals have always laid low and tried to blend in with the humans. They know if word ever gets out that they exist, chaos would ensue. Now a group calling themselves the Supernatural Liberation Movement plans to make it known that witches, vampires, werewolves and ghosts exist. Young witch Savannah Levine is helping the Interracial Council find the culprits while trying to find an antidote for a drug that was given to her half-brother. Now Demons, Supernaturals, and Fallen Angels are picking sides on a war that could bring down the world as we know it.
This is the last book in the Savannah Levine trilogy and the 13th and last book in Kelley Armstrong's Women of the Otherworld series. I thought it was a good end to the series, even though there were still some loose ends in the story. The story is told from Savannah Levine's point-of-view, but all of the heroines and heroes from past books in the series make an appearance...and not just a quick cameo. They each take part in the investigation.
The story itself is fast moving with lots action. Savannah is still having problems with her magic (see previous book) but her relationship with Adam is changing for the better. A few past villains are brought up in this book. I had to really stop and think for a while until I remembered how they had been involved in the series. I probably should have done a quick review before reading the last book. I'm sorry to see this series end. I'm going to miss it. Luckily, I have several Otherworld novellas that I have yet to read. My rating: 4.5 Stars.