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10 thoughts on “Strife

  1. says:

    This was an okay story, but I didn't enjoy it as much as the previous book in the series. I thought that Morgan was taking the mickey a bit by neglecting her schoolwork when she knew her grades were slipping, and I thought the idea that Morgan was behind the weird stuff that was happening to be a bit of an odd one too. We were left with a bit of a cliff-hanger though (view spoiler)

  2. says:

    Actual rating - 2.5

    This one dragged rather badly for me unfortunately.

  3. says:

    Weird things are happening and no one can really figure out why. Cal and Selene are dead. Ciaran is on the run and he couldn't possibly be making them happen from how far away he is... so naturally, everyone starts blaming Morgan. She's powerful, she uninitiated... maybe she's causing these things to happen without knowing it.

    Hunter brings someone to help Morgan learn more about her powers and how to control them. She starts tutoring Morgan as soon as she gets there.

    The story shifts, suddenly we're aware of what Alisa is thinking, of her plans to write an article to "warn" people of this "strange magick" being practiced. Honestly, this whole part annoyed me. Alisa hasn't been in the coven long enough and she was the youngest of all the members. I was convinced that Alisa had something to do with all of the "accidents" since every time they happened, Alisa was around.

    As much as I love Sweep, I felt this book was a hassle to get through. Now that Cal and Selene are gone, I just feel that the story has lost its edge. Doesn't mean I hated the book or that I'll stop reading the series, that's just how this particular book made me feel.

  4. says:

    The writing of the book is really good. You can feel the frustration of Morgan. She’s falsely accused of uncontrolled magic, and it makes her so frustrated and sad, you automatically feel the same emotions.

    The story of this book is a little different from the previous, mainly because of the focus on newer characters. I like Morgan and Hunter so much, even when one of them is acting stupid. But I really don’t like Alisa. She interferes in things she doesn’t know anything about.

    Therefore I give this book “only” 3 out of 5 stars.

  5. says:

    So intense. Similar to fifth Harry Potter in tone.

  6. says:

    I love this series. I can’t get enough of it! I love Morgan and Hunters love story and I don’t even like lovey-dovey stuff.

  7. says:

    Really enjoyed this one couldn't put it down

  8. says:


    The plotline with Amyranth has been put on the back burner for now, with only bare mentions of the murderous coven that literally wipes out groups of people. Instead, the reader gets to deal with Morgan’s drama with her parents and her terrible grades. It’s very boring, for the most part. Morgan is dealing with the repercussions of not focusing on the non-magickal world while still being in it. Most of the book was very blah.


    The writing was the same as usual: mediocre, but not terrible. The problem I have with it in Strife is that there’s probably going to be this big “twist” in a book or two, but I already know what it is. Tiernan gives the reader too many hints. The thing is, you don’t really want your readers to figure out your twist until you get right up to the actual reveal. You give hints to establish some ground for the twist to stand on, but the aim shouldn’t be to give all the information to the readers and make it too easy on them. Any surprises in this book have been easy to see thus far and not very exciting once they were revealed because I’d guessed them way before the characters did.


    For once, I wasn’t all that annoyed with Morgan. She’s reached a point in her story where she’s having trouble balancing her life as a witch with her schoolwork. This is where she is written as a much more realistic person. She panics, scrambles, and worries over her grades, just like an actual teenager would. I still can’t say that I like her, as she’s been an annoying cur for eight books in a row, but Strife did her justice (side note: she was still dense as a door with regards to the telekinetic magic, though).

    The other characters, mostly Hunter, were more irritating in this book. It was very obvious what was going on yet these very experienced witches didn’t even give it a second’s thought. To add to that, Hunter was an insensitive jerk the entire book. He continued to talk nonchalantly about just up and leaving Morgan because, after Ciaran was brought into custody, he had nothing left to do in Widow’s Peak. That’s a really rude thing to say, honestly.

    Morgan’s parents, mostly her mother, were also irksome. It was like the text was trying to paint them as unfair to Morgan, which they were, but tried to make it where we didn’t dislike them. I understand, as a writer, that you wouldn’t want any of your characters to be ill-received, but there’s a time where they have to be because of their bad actions. Morgan’s parents were being completely unreasonable and it is natural for us not to like them. You can’t suddenly flip the script at the very end and try to redeem them, especially when it is out of character with what we know of them thus far.

    Things I Liked

    I liked how Morgan couldn’t just magick her way out of her non-magick predicaments. The problem of her bad grades had to be solved by her actually sitting down to study and doing her homework. That’s something that isn’t seen often in books where fantasy intersects with the real world.

    Things I Didn't Like

    For starters, Strife was boring. Nothing much to say about that. The other thing I didn’t like was how all of the “experienced” witches couldn’t figure out what was going on with the random magick. Anybody with two eyes could have seen it, even if they weren’t privy to Alisa’s Book of Shadows like the reader was. For them to not even guess was something that irked me.


    Alisa’s last name, Soto, is Spanish in origins, so she might be Latina. There hasn’t been any in-text confirmation, so it doesn’t count as of yet. That’s about it.


    As a whole Strife was pretty dull. There as more going on with Morgan’s non-magick life than with her magick life. That would have been acceptable in the first or second book, but not nine books in to a fifteen book series. No bueno. And, there was tones of drama, just for the sake of it, which is never a good thing to fill your book up with.

    Here is a link to my notes.

  9. says:

    I'll warn people straight off the bat. This is the book where the series is supposed to start shifting the focus from Morgan to Alisa. The next book will focus on Hunter, but from there out the books supposedly focus on Alisa more.

    In this book Morgan finds that strange things are beginning to happen around her- even more so than usual. Her father still roams free, despite the attempts of the good witches who are trying to track him down. Morgan can't help but wonder if these events- strange telekinetic events- are done because of him or if they are a new facet of her overwhelmingly strong magic that is threatening everyone.

    I liked this book for the most part, but at times I have to admit... Morgan kind of wore on me. I understand that she's a teenage girl & that she's going through a lot, but at times she just didn't really seem to be able to see beyond her own problems. Plus the whole "Morgan is great at everything" stuff gets a little old after a while. Luckily since these books are so short, none of this is really that big of a problem- the book ends before any of it gets that annoying or disrupts my reading. This might not be as great as some of the earlier entries, but it is still good enough for me to give it 4 stars.

    All I can say is that if you really have liked the series so far, you'll probably like this one as well. This just might be one you would want to check out from the library first rather than buy outright, just to ensure that you like the way the series is starting to shift.

  10. says:

    I downgraded this from a 4 (from when I was setting up goodreads, long after the fact of reading this) to a 2, maybe 2.5.

    Unfortunately, Alisa is one of the most annoying characters in this series. The way she suddenly appears in one of the previous books and then gets more mentions than any other supporting character is a dead giveaway for the reveal in a later book. The reveal should have been done at the end of this one, in my opinion.

    It doesn't help that this is the last book in a while where we fully focus on Morgan, and the next three deviate from the main plotline. I would have hoped for a more solid installment where we could move the action along, but this is quite meandering. There's not enough Morgan/Hunter action either.

    The things I did like were along the lines of the struggle with Morgan's catholic parents and school. It would have been unrealistic for Morgan to be an A student while only studying magick.

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