Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars
Age Recommended: 14 and up
This book was an action-packed end to the trilogy and I really enjoyed reading it, even though the ending was entirely predictable. I still think that there were too many characters and I only figured out the relationships between them towards the end of the book, so if you decide to read this book, don’t waste time figuring out who everyone is, just read the book and enjoy what happens!
It’s time for Meira’s final battle. Angra and his armies have taken over most of the kingdoms and are infesting the entire world with the Decay. The only chance of stopping him is by destroying magic itself through the Winterian chasm.
The only problem is that Theron, who has been taken over by Angra, has set up his camp in Winter as well. And for Meira to truly win the war, she will have to find Theron and take the keys to the chasm away from his, but she isn’t powerful enough just yet. Meira ends up training for weeks, learning to control her magic, all the while painfully aware of the time that she is wasting; Angra only grows more powerful.
When Meira is finally ready to take on Angra with the support of small rebel armies from every kingdom, she realizes that the chasm can only be destroyed if a conduit is sacrificed. Meira must give herself to ensure that her people survive.
Will she make the ultimate sacrifice?
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