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on 16 May 2014
Like the title says, it follows on pretty much seamlessly from the previous book, but with no new surprises or twists.
It's perfectly good, for some light weight, by the numbers fantasy, but I think the idea was pretty much explored in the first two books.
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TOP 1000 REVIEWERon 3 July 2016
While not quite providing me with the ending I had hoped for, City of Light maintains the high quality of this series and was an excellent read.

After having nearly lost his life dealing with just one Incarnation, Simon must now find a way to battle the other ten. On top of this, he has struggles inside Valinhall that he must deal with and all in all, our hero is forced to reach much further than he ever has before just to survive, let alone win.

Leah, already struggling in her new role as Damascan Queen, has the extra weight of dealing with a new Ragnarus Incarnation that threatens not just the life of her people, but her position as queen as well.

Meanwhile, Alin must struggle to keep hold of his own personality and nature while his new powers continue to develop.

Overall, all three story arcs are fast paced, action packed and intriguing, which is what I would have expected from them. Will Wight proves once again that he can write engaging, well-imagined fantasy, and he finishes off a strong trilogy of work leaving me wanting more, which is surely the goal of all good ongoing series (and thankfully there is more to come as the author's note at the end mentioned he will be returning to this universe).

So, I can happily recommend this final book and this series as a whole. It is a well-told trilogy with strong characters, an interesting magic system, and plenty of intrigue and action to keep the pages turning.

It's an easy 4 stars for this book, and 4.5 stars for the series as a whole.
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on 14 July 2014
This trilogy was really quite brilliant I loved every minute of reading this book and will be looking for more of will Wight books in the future
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on 5 May 2014
I really enjoyed this trilogy. I couldn't put them down until they were all read. Great storyline. Well worth it's five stars
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on 9 November 2016
Great finish of an amazing series.

The genius creativity of this series continues, the evolution of the characters is fairly slow but the conclusion is solid and consistent with the rest of the story.

I liked the ending and feel there should be more!
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on 20 August 2016
A good finale though it seemed a bit rushed in places. But still enjoyable nonetheless. Still recommended to other fantasy readers trying someone new.
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on 22 November 2014
I enjoyed the first two books had to wait for third to long takes away from book one two but them together great read Margaret parkhill
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on 11 September 2014
This final instalment didn't disappoint. I loved the series. Can't wait until there is another book from the travellers' universe
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on 11 August 2014
Do not know why I am reading this. It is utter drivel really.
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on 12 October 2014
great idea enjoyed this series immensely write more NOW
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