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Everything you could want from a concluding volume of a series: packed with adventure and gisly deaths, it's funny in places, romantic in others, and above all, neat and tidy at the end. . . breathless entertainment. (SFX)
Amid a sea of bland high-fantasy novels, this is a good one, an intricately plotted tale of love and politics, set against the backdrop of a rich fantasy realm with interesting magic, and peopled with characters whom the reader grows to care about. A fa (KIRKUS starred review)
What a blast of a series this is! Fiona McIntosh's Quickening trilogy has been a non-stop breathtaking romp from start to finish, and Bridge Of Souls concludes all the adventure, grisly deaths and megalomaniacal machinations in gleeful style. . . breathlessly entertaining and oodles of fun. (Interzone)
The epic conclusion to The Quickening trilogy.See all Product Description
I really enjoyed the next part of the magic and adventure to this triolgyPublished 1 month ago by agnes hobbs
Fantastic read from Fiona McIntosh, this is a must read for any fans of magic and mystery. It simply drags you in from the first page and is soo very hard to put down! Read morePublished 3 months ago by crafty antonia
This book is well worth the read, the set of three are brilliant. The story is very unexpected, you cant begin to guess what will happen next, the characters are excellent, you... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Green Eyes
Could not put this book down. Not my normal reading material though. Tha completed the trilogy.Published 14 months ago by L. BOWKER
Having Read Myrren's Gift in the paperback version I just had to read this and the following sequel. Bridge of Souls.Published 14 months ago by L. BOWKER
Read this set many times, Eerytime I read it I always get something new from it that I missed before. Won't lend it out.Published on 25 Aug. 2013 by BB
Keen to read the 3rd part as I enjoyed the first 2. I think the author tried too hard. It became very unbelievable.Published on 3 May 2013 by The Critic
When someone recommends a good read, you want it as soon as possible. Ordered Book 1 and 2. OK - from different sources but they both arrived almost the next day, and I have been... Read morePublished on 19 Jan. 2013 by David Dundas