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This is a great book, full of adventure and wonder.
The characters are authentic and individual, the dialog flows easily, and the complexity of the story was a satisfying conclusion to the wonderful series.
This is a good ending to the trilogy however I always hate it when a series I have enjoyed ends.
This is the one I liked the least in the trilogy.
What kind of a person would feel so guilty over the death of a sibling that they wanted to end it all but only by... Read more
Have finished the trilogy today. Devoured all three in about two weeks. Will miss Ariel and Scarl. Time for it to end obit almost wish there was a fourth book to finish it up.Published 16 months ago by Terri Frazier
This is a great book, full of adventure and wonder. I like to pre-read books in consideration of what would be an appropriate gift for the grands. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Zoe
This book was so good!!!!!!!! They should make a 4th and 5th book!!!!!!!!!!!! :)(: Or they should just keep making the books!!! That would be awesome!!!!!!!!!!Published 21 months ago by Kindle Customer
I enjoyed this novel very much. The story line kept moving and was interesting till the end. This is a good ending to the trilogy however I always hate it when a series I have... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Bernita Lorig
This sure kept my attention. The way Joni Sensel describes everything you can imagine what the area looks like. Enjoyable series.Published on March 23, 2013 by Marsha M Goudie
I know that the title says trilogy but I want more. Isn't it great when you get to the end and want more? I hope that Joni Sensel will hear her fans and write more. Read morePublished on March 11, 2013 by Janice
This book is the last of the trilogy and it brings the end of the story together in an unspected way very vivitly.Published on February 21, 2013 by Olga Gustke
I really loved this book. It finished the trilogy well and it was rife with the sparkling imagination of Joni Sensel. Read morePublished on January 16, 2013 by Rollin C. Thomas