Tuesday, November 2, 2021

Review: The Shifter Empire by Megan Linski @GryfynPub

The Shifter Empire

Hidden Legends: University of Sorcery, #5

by Megan Linski

Published: November 2, 2021

Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy, Witches, Wizard, Magic


Soulmates fight for the crown.


My friends and I managed to survive the revolution, but worse things are yet to come.

The remaining Crystals of Harmony are out of our reach, and my prophecy darkens the road beyond. The time has come where the cult will harvest my blood, and raise the dark lord from the dead. I’ll do everything in my power to prevent them from performing the ceremony that will cause Droga to take over our world… but not even the gods can stop what’s coming.

There might yet be hope. All I can do is accept my fate, and rise to become the ruler our people need me to be.


War has torn Malovia in two. The country has split, loyalties divided, and brother is pitted against brother in a conflict that will bring about the extinction of all fae… unless Emma and I stop it.

A new king must be crowned, to challenge the current monarchy and restore what the fae have lost. The hope of a better future is on the horizon, looming with the dawn of a battle unlike any fae has ever seen.

Our home is on the verge of collapse. Emma and I will continue to fight for our nation...

If there’s anything left to fight for.


Return to a world of noble kings and evil queens as Ethan and Emma face their greatest trials yet in Book Five of the University of Sorcery Series. Royal fae, strong shifters, and mighty sorceresses battle for the right to rule Malovia in this rejected mates paranormal romance series.

Fight for your right to rule and order today!

This series takes place in the Hidden Legends Universe, along with the Academy of Magical Creatures series, the College of Witchcraft series, and the Prison for Supernatural Offenders series. The Hidden Legends universe features college-aged protagonists attending magical academies, dual points-of-view, disabled and diverse main characters, and steamy, empowering romances. Each series stands on its own and can be read in any order.

This is a full length novel over 400 pages. Recommended reading age 18+

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My Review:

In The Shifter Empire, Ethan and Emma are looking for the rest of the Crystals of Harmony. They need the Crystals of Harmony to help protect their people. They need to find all the crystals themselves before they fall into the wrong hands. They are trying to prevent the annihilation of their people and their home or their home as they know it.

The time has come to crown a new king and queen. Ethan and Emma are in the running but first, they must pass trials and challenges if they want to be the new king and queen. Emma is not up on being the queen or ruler of her people but she will do whatever it takes to keep her people safe.

I love Ethan and Emma. I love how much they love each other and always want to please the other. I like that they don’t always get along or maybe it is more like agreeing with each other all the time. They have their disagreements and they do argue from time to time but they don’t stay mad with each other for long periods of time.

I like how Emma is always looking out for the people in the community and how she is always putting their needs before her own. Emma is the kind of person that if she wants something for herself then she thinks she is being selfish but she's not though.

The Shifter Empire is so full of action with battle after battle not to mention the trials that they have to face. The Shifter Empire is the fifth book in the Hidden Legends: University of Sorcery series and it is just as good if not better than its predecessors.

I actually think that The Shifter Empire is just maybe the best one to date. But it is very hard to say though as I truly liked them all. I highly recommend all the books in the Hidden Legends: University of Sorcery series and would like to suggest that you grab a copy of all five books in the series today for the adventure of a lifetime!


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