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A fitting end for the trilogy!
on 15 February 2010
This was definitly a great book for ending the Song of the Tears trilogy.
First of all, before i begin this, you should at least have read the previous Quartet (The Well of Echoes) so you are up to date with the characters and the events before this book.
This trilogy takes place 10 years after the events of the Well of Echoes
There is not much wish to write for fear of giving away the plot. What i must say, is that if you enjoyed the first two books, then you'll love this one.
We even get to revisit some of the characters from the other series. (However, some are more unexpected than others.)
I admit that i find Ian Irvine's writing style slightly tedious to be reading along with a few noticable wording and grammar mistakes but don't let that put you off!