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Fool if You Think It's Over: Volume 3 (Elkie Bernstein) Paperback – 22 Jan. 2017
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Just like the previous books in the series, this was a page turner. It followed on immediately after the events of book 2 and almost all of the action takes place in rural Wales.
There's a closure of sorts here, but still quite a few unanswered questions. But readers will still find the novel satisfying.
This book felt a lot darker than the first two books.
Definitely read this series If you're a fan of paranormal/urban fantasy but want to try something different.
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When we got introduced to Roar and his beliefs about the magic provided by faith in the old Norse gods, I was worried that this world was going to go over the top with the fantastical elements. Fortunately, this does not happen. Yes, we get a lot more magic, but it is world developing instead of world changing, if that makes sense. Because we only get Elkie's perspective, and she is more of a skeptic, we get a more controlled inclusion of these elements.
What surprised me was Elkie's strong return to violence. Yes, self-defense was the primary reason, but with the new elements of the world it ended up taking a bit more of a sinister turn. Fortunately Elkie is still the kind of person who doesn't forget she is human and she is affected by this as much as I was, if not more. She's not a mindless killing machine. She's a human who's reaching her breaking point. It ended up making me feel even more sorry for her.
While this wasn't as humorous as the previous books, I still found it to be a fitting end to the trilogy. The kind of ending that makes you realize just how much you enjoyed having a character in your life and how much you wanted to keep reading about them. This trilogy as a whole was a wonderful adventure and a testament to one's ability to find contentment with their lot and the strength to keep moving. I am so glad to have read this trilogy and this book helped me realize that even more.