Joanna Archer was once on the side of light. But after she lost her immortality, the team turned their backs to her. Now Joanna has sided with the gray – outcasts and rogue agents of both Shadow and Light. Joanna’s father and evil leader of the Shadow agents, the Tulpa, has plans on seizing even more power. And only Joanna can stop him. Meanwhile, she must also travel back to the hell-like world, where a goddess controls her subjects by stealing their souls, to rescue the mans she loves and father of her unborn baby.
This is the 6th and final installment in the Signs of the Zodiac series. The series has continually grown darker throughout, and now culminates in a final showdown between two evils in two worlds. And while Joanna has been through countless heartache and tragedy, she has kept her selfless nature and stubborn will.
Loaded with incredible suspense, mystery, action, and drama – this urban fantasy series is intense. Fans of the series will love this explosive finale, giving bittersweet closure. This action-packed series is highly engaging and has been one wild ride. I loved Pettersson’s grand finale, and was completely satisfied with the resolution of several storylines. Exciting and completely unique, The Neon Graveyard does not disappoint.
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Game of Thrones: “You Win or You Die” Airs: Sunday, May 29 9pm on HBO Explaining that the future of the Lannisters is at stake, Tywin presses Jaime to “be the man you were meant to be” as they prepare for battle. Ned confronts Cersei about the secrets that killed Jon Arryn. With the fate of the missing Benjen (Joseph Mawle) very much on his mind, Jon Snow takes his Night’s Watch vows, though not with the assignment he coveted. After Ser Jorah (Iain Glenn) saves Daenerys from treachery, an enraged Drogo vows to lead the Dothraki where they’ve never gone before. An injured Robert takes pains to ensure an orderly transition at King’s Landing.