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I don’t want to reveal the details of the story, but suffice to say this is where Nell, a character who began as anything but heroic, finds her heroism. I am sucker for redemption stories, which is part of why I found this to be the most powerful of the three books. This is a worthy conclusion to a great series, from an author who is clearly growing with each book she writes. I very much look forward to her next project.
Anyway, as the book opens, Nell's struggling with the role she's found herself in the last few years--acting as an unwilling mouthpiece for a mysterious voice advocating balance among all creatures and proper stewardship of the world (usually at the least opportune of times), and learning herb lore and medicine from her boyfriend Corbin's mother--as a former enforcer, she finds peace and quiet somewhat binding, and realizes that she's actually missing her days of wielding her sword.
And then a new danger comes along, threatening to overturn everything she and her friends have been working so hard towards, and her sword might just get some action once again! Only, naturally, that comes with another whole set of problems, and Nell has to figure out who she really is and what she really wants before it destroys her and everything she cares for as well.
I love the way Nell interacts with Corbin and Sierra especially, her companions from the first book, and that they have real conflicts with and real respect for one another. I love that they don't always agree with each other, and that they call each other out when needed, and have painful, awkward, real discussions about things. Same goes for glimpses of the ways Sierra and Phoebe have worked towards a new understanding after the events of the second book. Phoebe is so strong here, and I felt so proud of her! There's so much depth and tenderness and love in these relationships, and that's honestly what I love the most about this whole series.
But then, this book also deals with complicated issues--issues that seem especially relevant these days--in such a balanced and caring way, and a way that advocates change and redemption and forgiveness and atonement, which I can always get behind.
Plus, a fiery sword! Ice dragons! Mysterious cloaked figures! Blood magic! Epic battles! So, you know, there's plenty of action to be had as well, if that's more your thing.
One more note: a quick disclaimer that Curiosity Quills sent me a copy to read and review in advance of its publication, and that Amy is my friend, and that I've actually lost count of how many different iterations and bits and pieces of this book I read as she was in the process of writing it. But this final version is so amazingly perfect and unexpected that I found myself completely hooked even so. And I think this is a series I'll come back to again for rereads whenever I'm in the mood for something epic and sweet and tough and inspiring.
Well delivered, my friend--long live Aluvia!!!
I enjoyed the book and I love how everyone's stories get wrapped up so we can focus on Nell's story. Loved it!
I have to say, out of all the three books of the world of Aluvia, this is possibly my most favourite.
At first, I wasn’t too keen on Nell, when I read about her in Fairy Keeper. But she really grew up in this book. She embodies everything people look for in a strong heroine. She is strength, determination and while she is a tom-boy by our Earthly standards, her connection with Corbin was lovely to watch.
I love books that go on grand adventures. Instead of the two sister’s this round, it is Nell who has to follow the prophetic voice inside her head to the Ice-Locked Lands in order to save Aluvia from someone trying to steal the land’s magic. This someone is eerily familiar to Nell as well. A reminder of her past where she delved into organized crime to provide for her family.
This is a great trilogy for your kids to grow up with. Especially those who are in middle grade starting with Fairy Keeper. As Sierra, Phoebe and Nell all grow up and learn their paths in life, find their life partners. It is a great timeline for that and each girl is an inspiration.