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  • MP3 CD
  • Publisher: Tantor Media, Inc; Unabridged edition (17 Jun. 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1452662975
  • ISBN-13: 978-1452662978
  • Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 1.5 x 18.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (207 customer reviews)

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If you're looking at this book, chances are, you've read the previous two and are going to buy it anyway. The finale is here and by and large it does not dissappoint. The earlier battles in the book drag a little, but there are some welcome surprises that keep you on your toes and later on, the story makes you want to keep reading to the bitter end. The hooks dig deep into your mind and keep you hooked. I would definitely reccomend this author and this book. So if you've read the first two books, I strongly reccomend you read this one and if you haven't, go and get the first two and dive into a wonderful trillogy.
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I found all the books in the series enjoyable with a few jarring exceptions in the use of words. Perhaps the D'akaran could have been a little more fully explained along with their reasons for acting as they did and why they wanted to take over the world. The characters of the humans, wizards, and malthropes were well written. The word effect was used many times when it should have been affect. There were more doves flying round than in a medieval castles dovecote. Things don't "dove" to the side or away from something, dive or dived away are the correct words to use. The occassional missed word makes nonsense of a sentence. On the plus side we were not treated to many "gottens" instead of got and no nerve jangling awesomes.

All in all these books are an enjoyable read in which to lose yourself for a few hours. I would like to keep Myn for myself along with the mystival staff of the wizard.
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Having bought the trilogy which I read from cover to cover. I thought that I should at least make some form of comment. I enjoyed these books immensely and thought that the writing was excellent. I found that I was reading more than I have ever done before and could not put these books down till they were finished. I thought that these books should be read by everyone who likes a good adventure story.
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As in the previous installment of the 'Book of Deacon' (The Great Convergence (The Book of Deacon)), the author seems to be improving with each book and this final installment of the original trilogy is actually very good. Gone is the slow buildup still so much in evidence in The Book of Deacon, to be replaced with almost constant action. And the conclusion is certainly suitably apocaliptic to justify the buildup.

The book sees the Chosen united and fighting the D'Karon through a series of battles, finally peaking in the battle just outside of Verril - the Northern capital. Myranda remains a willing but at the same time reluctant protagonist - willing in the sense that she is adamant to end the war, reluctant in the sense that she still often finds it hard to do what has to be done. Someone like Lain is a lot more straightforward in this respect. This may make Myranda a somewhat frustrating protagonist to some but at least she starts approaching her magical potential demonstrated in Entwell in the first book in the outside world towards the end.

In spite of the battles being almost constant, the author managed to at least keep a semblance of character development intact, making this richer than a mere sequence of fights would have been.

If you finished The Great Convergence (The Book of Deacon) and liked it, the current book will likely be even more to your liking - as said, the author is really picking up pace and writing skills as he goes along.
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Wow what a final book in the trilogy. So happy Deacon and Myranda managed to discover love for each other. The story of Ivy unfolds in a very sad way but gives her the strength to deserve her place with the chosen. Ether finds her soul but unfortunately looses her soul mate. I did not see Caya as becoming the Queen. All in all an excellent bringing together of all the threads from each book to a glorious conclusion which had me living the action as it progressed. Well done I would highly recommended this trilogy.
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The final part of the trilogy and it fairly bowls along, especially towards the climax. The plot is finally revealed in it's fullness and it's quite a concept! I don't know if the concept has been expanded by the author in any future works, but it's worth looking for. Only a few typos and misuse of words hand is the best constructed of the three novels, although the first still remains my favourite as it has a better feeling to it overall and is written in a slightly softer mood, if that makes sense. Anyway, a good trilogy and well worth reading.
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To be honest, if you've read the other 2 books you're going to buy this one because, really, you have no choice. You couldn't possibly leave the characters, and the world, in the state they're in! But I will say that this book is in no way carried by the previous two: it holds just as much, if not more, tension, creates and solves secrets and riddles at an incredible pace and offers a satisfying but heart wrenching conclusion. Each and every character becomes a friend you don't know how you lived without before. An incredible end to an amazing series: cannot recommend it highly enough!
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