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Product Details

  • Series: A Rojan Dizon Novel
  • Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Orbit; First Thus edition (November 26, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0316217743
  • ISBN-13: 978-0316217743
  • Product Dimensions: 8.1 x 5.4 x 1.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,325,524 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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From Booklist

The sequel to Fade to Black and Before the Fall (both 2013) finds the towering city-state of Mahala under imminent siege by their powerful enemy, the Storad. This is bad news to Mahalans, of course, but it’s particularly bad news to Rojan Dizan, whom the Storad want dead. Another enemy, the Mishans, has offered to help some of the Mahalan higher-ups to safety, but they want something in exchange—two things, actually: Rojan and his sister, Lise, whose expertise in weaponry and magic would come in handy. But is this a good deal for Rojan, or a deadly deal? If none of the foregoing made a grain of sense, then you probably need to read the first two books in this series before tackling this one. If, on the other hand, you understood all that, then proceed with all haste to this book and devour it immediately. It’s powerfully written, with a beautifully realized dystopian world and some thoroughly engaging characters. --David Pitt

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"The series, which has grown in complexity since the beginning, reaches a profoundly moving conclusion that is both unexpected and entirely satisfying."—Publishers Weekly

"It's powerfully written, with a beautifully realized dystopian world and some thoroughly engaging characters."—Booklist

"Intensely realized and gripping."—Kirkus Reviews

"The world building is crazy interesting... I'm very excited to read the second in the series!"—Felicia Day on Fade to Black

"Full of fierce energy, fast-paced and inventive."—Adrian Tchaikovsky on Fade to Black

"A savage stab at organised religion and social control... emotionally powerful."—Sun (UK) on Fade to Black

"A great fantasy debut... The beginning of something really quite brilliant... very highly recommended."—Civilian Reader (UK) on Fade to Black

More About the Author

Francis Knight was born and lives in Sussex, England. When not living in her own head, she enjoys SF&F geekery, WWE geekery, teaching her children Monty Python quotes, and boldly going and seeking out new civilizations.

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I have to admit that Last to Rise was a very anticipated novel for me. It is the third and as far as I know final book in a trilogy of books, which the first one was Fade to Black which came out back in January of this year. Yes an entire trilogy in a year. The book, as part of the trilogy is amazing. Everything is coming to a head, the Storad are at the gate; literally. Things are going to get much worse before they get better. The story is well handled and while there are new characters introduced. None shine as brightly as the characters who have been there from the beginning. I find myself at a loss when I talk about Last to Rise because with the trilogy over I mostly think about the trilogy as a whole. Nothing ends the way one might expect and I have to admit Last to Rise has one of the best Epilogues I’ve ever read. No matter what Francis Knight writes next, I definitely NEED to read it.
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The Rojan Dizon series was always packed with dark emotion and barely contained rage, and I enjoyed every second of all 3 books.

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The worst thing I can say about this book is that it was predictable. But that's to be expected as the events have been building up for the past 2 books, and for Pasha, Jake, and Rojan, they're just too broken for redemption or salvation. The ending is sad but powerful, and Rojan finally gets the rest he wants and deserves.
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Francis F. Knight has another strange background, a city built on the edge of a cliff and magic that requires pain to work. Mahala is under siege by enemies determined to destroy their new acceptance of the wizards of pain. Rojan Dizon apparently was responsible for the rise of these wizards in the first two books of this series. In Last to Rise ( paper from Orbit) he, not only has to find potential wizards, he has to find a way for his city to survive and face a major sacrifice himself. I’m thinking about reading the first two tales in this dark, albeit fun tale.Review Printed in Philadelphia Weekly Press
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This is a strong ending to a inventive fantasy series with a vivid and unique world. You end up caring more and more for the characters as it progresses. A strong series end.
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