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There is a lot going on in this book, which made for an interesting read. The Territories themselves could each have their own book. So at times as a reader you feel you are missing a level of detail that would help to fully develop the world. Still, the reader is entertained to the very end and the path that the story takes isn't always predictable. I was happy that the pacing and fun that were at times missing in the second book returned in the third.
Things that were great:
* Lots of action and battles that really kept the pace moving quickly and kept the story very engaging
* The main character (Simon) is still very likeable and it was fun to see his character grow through the series
* The ending brings resolution to a number of open issues and feels natural while still including a few unexpected surprises. So many authors seem to hate their fans and go for the shock ending (i.e. everybody dies, the hero is actually the bad guy, it was all a dream, etc..) so it was great to see an ending that everyone wanted.
A few things I didn't love
* Not enough Valinhall (in my opinion the BEST part of these books) - even a few more chapters on this great place would have made this a 5 (or 6) star review!
* I was a bit confused about the motivations for the villains (or even who the bad guys were) and the logic for the incarnations wasn't clear to me. I thought this was going to be a Justice League vs Legion of Doom type finale but it got a bit convoluted at the end.
Overall, a great ending to a really fun series. Definitely recommend you checking it out!
I would consider reading this author again. However, that is mostly because of the improvement in the author's style in this book. The other two books in the trilogy, I think, just showed his inexperience. The characters were not too deep, the dialogue was simple or predictable. I sensed a maturation here which could mean good things from Mr. Wight in the years ahead.