7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Thomas Neville must decide whether to choose for the Angels, or the Demons in this, the final volume of The Crucible.
This being a book by Sara Douglass, however, things are never quite as they seem!
As in the other two books in the series, the setting is an 'alternate' history - people who are knowledgeable about the time period may be confused by seemingly 'incorrect' facts, but these are deliberate, to provide a suitable setting for a fictional story.
If you enjoyed the rest of Ms Douglass's books, I recommend this one, but read the rest of 'The Crucible' first!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
In this, the final book in The Crucible Trilogy, Thomas Neville must attempt to choose mankind's fate - with the Angels, or the Demons?
Anyone who has read The Nameless Day and Wounded Hawk knows that this choice is not as straightforward as it seems.
This was an extremely enjoyable book, with a surprising conclusion (I don't think I'm giving anything away by saying that - Sara Douglass can be relied upon to surprise her readers!)