• The Shadow Crosser

  • A Storm Runner Novel, Book 3
  • By: J. C. Cervantes
  • Narrated by: Ozzie Rodriguez
  • Length: 11 hrs and 40 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (192 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Best-selling author Rick Riordan presents the epic finale to the Storm Runner trilogy, written by J.C. Cervantes, a tale of mystery, magic, and mayhem featuring gods from both Maya and Aztec mythology.

Zane Obispo has been looking forward to his training at the Shaman Institute for Higher Order Magic, and not only because it means he'll be reunited with his best friend, Brooks. Anything would be better than how he has spent the last three months: searching for the remaining godborns with a nasty demon who can sniff them out (literally). But when Zane tracks down the last kid on his list, he's in for a surprise: The "one" is actually a pair of twins, and they're trying to prevent a mysterious object from falling into the wrong hands.

After a shocking betrayal, Zane finds himself at SHIHOM sooner than expected. Even more shocking is the news that the Maya gods have gone missing. The bat god, Camazotz, and Ixkik' (a.k.a. Blood Moon) have taken them out of commission...and the godborns are their next target. The only thing the villains need now? The object that the twins possess.

Zane knows the godborns aren't strong enough yet to stand up to Zotz, Ixkik', and their army. There might be a way to save the gods, but it involves locating a magical calendar that can see across time and space...not to mention traveling more than 30 years into the past.

In The Shadow Crosser, Zane and his friends embark on their most treacherous mission yet - a mission that, with one blunder, could change history as we know it, and worse, destroy the universe.

©2020 J. C. Cervantes (P)2020 Listening Library

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The book and the performance is great love the emotions in the voice and the story it doesn’t feel rushed and is all a round a good book

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Loved it!

Great story...well narrated. I enjoyed this whole series from start to finish! You won't regret downloading this series!

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I like it

It’s good.it has love and…what is going to happen!!! I suggest it to 6 or op.

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Awesome characters!

A great ending to an awesome series! I love the characters and how they figured out that they needed each other.

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Super fun Mayan/Aztec mythology book, fun listen

Jen Cervantes does not disappoint in this third installment to the Storm Runner series. I'm so excited to hear that the series has been taken up by Apple TV to be brought to life in a live-action format.

In this book, Zane is once again asked to save the world. His loyal and devoted friends (and hellhound) are there to help him succeed in his quest (or risk seeing the end of the world as they know it). I don't want to spoil too much, but there is some romantic interaction between Zane and Brooks in this book for those who ship them. It's about time!

Uncle Hondo is one of my favorite characters in this series. He's not supernatural and he lacks any fancy powers, but Hondo still does everything possible to help. He gets a role that many didn't expect him to be able to take in this book, and in taking this role he makes some of the characters realize that supernatural powers are not the only thing required to be a hero.

The twins, Jordan and Bird, are the types of villains that everyone loves to hate. They've been a constant thorn in Zane's side since the first book, and the Shadow Crosser series is no exception.

Regarding the audiobook version of this book, Ozzie Rodriguez is an amazing narrator. I love how expressive he is, and the range of voices he has for the different characters in the book. He really helps add another layer to the already great novel. It was amusing when he went between narrating a girl character's voice and a boy character's voice. Overall, a truly attention-grabbing and fun performance.

Cervantes wraps up the events of this book beautifully, while at the same time leaving some room and events to explore in the side/companion series focusing on Ren Santiago, The Throne of Glass. I can't wait to see where they end up next, Ren is such an interesting and complex character and I hope Cervantes explores a bit more of her background in the new series.

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