The Charmed Ones have been kidnapped and are in the Underworld. It is up to Leo to mount a rescue for his wife and her sisters. Leo, with no powers at his disposal and no witch with enough demon-hunting experience, he soon seeks help elsewhere – The Future. Casting a spell, he calls out to his grown sons Wyatt and Chris.
Based from the title, I was thrilled that Leo gets the center stage in this story. There hasn’t been enough exploration of this enigmatic character in the series from becoming a Whitelighter then ascending as one of the Elders who later made a wrong decision call and sided
with the Avatars that ended him to fall from grace thus becoming mortal again. He should have his own TV series with all that drama going around him!
Back to the book, it would have been perfect if the demon scientist hadn’t been written too clichéd as mentioned by the book’s characters. For me, it appeared careless in developing a formidable antagonist against the Charmed Ones even if he was just a scientist. I don’t think the Underworld has run out of baddies that can make the sisters’ skins crawl at the mere step. I know we’ve read or seen every possible portrayal but that doesn’t mean we’ll be ...