Shadow Titan (Theta Beginnings Miniseries Book 3) by Lizzy Ford

Shadow Titan (Theta Beginnings Miniseries Book 3)

Lantos, the demigod son of a Titan, is left stranded in a forest during the attacks that are wiping out humanity. Unable to access his magic, he is helped by two unlikely allies, including one woman whose agenda is too hidden for even the master of secrets to decipher. But soon, those secrets are revealed to him, and he begins to wish he’d never met the enigmatic woman who gives him the keys to the dangerous double omega prophecy.

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Loved other Lizzy Ford, This One a Slow Read
By Clarevoyant (4.0 out of 5 stars) on February 17, 2017
I still haven't find shed this book. It started dragging on and I got bored and moved on to other books. I've read other books by this author and loved them! This one just didn't do it for me.

A good warm-up to prepare you for reading Theta
By Llaph (4.0 out of 5 stars) on September 22, 2016
I had an idea that Lantos would have a biggish role in the coming story, but this short story has me thinking it will be something really big. I’m also wondering if he is going to turn out to be a character I like, hate, or just feel reallllly sorry for.I think Ms. Ford had a great idea when she first decided to release Omega and put out short stories before the actual book came out. Those insights into the other characters, both good and bad, put a different spin on their actions in the main book which is mainly told in Alessandra‘s view. Instead of the amount she wrote preceding Omega’s release there were only a few for Theta’s which makes sense because she could combine the stories of more than one character. I’m really looking forward to Theta.

More than he needs to know
By Andrea L. Stoeckel (5.0 out of 5 stars) on August 13, 2016
When last we left the story, there was still someone missing...Lantos, demigod, pushed out of the helicopter, is stranded. The Oracle finds him and through a seies of events reunites him with the royal party. However, she shares a foretelling that scares him...not easy by a long shot....and now, how can he move on knowing what he does.These stories will reach some logical conclusion....maybe?

Another excellent short story in the Theta miniseries
By MichD (4.0 out of 5 stars) on July 28, 2016
Another excellent short story in the Theta miniseries. Lantos is definitely a mystery to me and I can't decide if i like him at all. He has the ability to be good but with his ulterior motives and family secret you are left wondering if he has any loyalty at all. I can't wait to read Theta to see what happens when he faces his ultimate decision.

Shadow Titan is fantastic
By Kindle Customer (5.0 out of 5 stars) on June 5, 2016
Seriously fantastic!!!! I love getting a glimpse into the characters... getting some insight into who they are and why they are is awesome. Kudos to Lizzy Ford for writing this series like this.If you love Greek mythology you will love this. If you just love a great book... you will love this. (Nothing from Lizzy Ford disappoints)But make sure to start from the beginning with the Omega beginnings and Omega.

... eARC WAS PROVIDED FOR THIS REVIEW ***** It's actually good. Author Lizzy is really good at making distinctions ...
By Roz (4.0 out of 5 stars) on May 21, 2016
***** AN eARC WAS PROVIDED FOR THIS REVIEW *****It's actually good. Author Lizzy is really good at making distinctions in characters. Although it lacks the action of the previous installments, it has an abundant air of mystery. All the more made me want to read Theta.

Layers upon layers of interesting tales that I think will all be woven together as only Ms Ford can do
By I read way too much…. (5.0 out of 5 stars) on May 18, 2016
Lantos' story adds another layer of questions to this group of novellas. I am not sure how this will all wrap up, but I do know for certain that I need to read the omega series now. I will wait until after the last installment of theta comes out, mostly because I want to have this done in my mind before starting the other. Ms Ford is a very talented writer and I am always immediately pulled into her stories, so I don't feel at a disadvantage for not having read the larger story in the omega boos, this just really makes me want to.

Another great one
By Crystal Young (5.0 out of 5 stars) on May 18, 2016
I received this book from the author in exchange for a honest review. This a good book. The fact that Lantos has to make decisions that he doesn't really want to make but has too. I like the fact that Adonis is his best friend and he kind of regrets blocking his memory from him. I also like the way is protective of Phoibe. I love the Miniseries books.

Great Series
By MsRoman (5.0 out of 5 stars) on May 18, 2016
This book is an introduction of Lantos. He Has to make a Choice. Will he be capable of doing what is Right. This Series just pull you right into the story. Thank You Lizzy Ford Can't wait to read the next book!