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- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1535367504
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- Publication Date: May 4, 2016
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01F80FAK6
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The final volume separates the newly-wedded Ewan and Shannon for much of the book again, as Ewan and Martin seek a permanent solution among the long-lived dragons, who still remember the Wild Magic, or <spoiler>back in the days of the human rise against the cruel Fey queen, led by the brothers' ancestor, that began the founding of Regone</spoiler>. Several interesting new characters are introduced, and the fates of King Riley of Westshire and of Ryan's hidden son, are settled <spoiler>in the present, and that of the rebels and to some extent the Fey, in the past</spoiler>. The resolution is sweet with just a touch of bittersweet, then the decades-later epilogue is more so. In all, a highly satisfying conclusion.
Ahe. This 4th book was just perfect. Maybe a touch predictable, but what can you expect with time travel?
There was tension all the way through. Would Ewan and Martin escape Idriss? Would Ryan find Rowan? I maintained the hope that Daisy was still alive. I even thought Martin might prove to really be Orin. I didn't catch what Regone had been named after until Ewan said it.
Shannon's plight was touching but dull. At least the torture with Martin made up for it. Will and Ryan also had a bit of an easy time, too. Will was almost too capable. Still, it was a fun read.
This series has it all romance, adventure, danger, and dragons! The last book was probably my favorite since it went off in a much different direction than the other 3 books.