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Maya is the strongest light-gifted woman in known or written history. The prophecies say she will walk through the Gate of Tears and save the city. In the final volume, we learn that all use of light creates an equal amount of shadows. Maya surrenders herself after making a deal with the god of light to save their holy city. Upon surrender, she is tortured, crucified and dies.
The city is destroyed and a million people slaughtered.
The new king fights with all his being, losing his father, mother and his light-wielding sister Maya. After losing tens of thousands of men and women in this war, he has his remaining 960 fighters, plus his pregnant wife and himself, commit mass suicide.
A brother, sister and half-sister survive, living in hiding. The End.
What was the point of Maya? What was the point of the Light?
The series is disjointed and fractured. Storylines going nowhere, characters introduced and then do nothing. It’s like the author had these ideas as he wrote and then never reviewed what he wrote. Utter confusion and nonsense.
I am not a big fan of rrading books about war and to be honest, during repetitive sequences I did skim over some of the final book. But other than being somewhat repetitive, I did enjoy this book tremendously. I had gotten behind in some of my reading, so i read the last 3 books concurrently without a break which is probably why the repetitiveness was an issue. If i had a break in between the books I probably would have enjoed the frequent reminders.
what an incredibly poetic and powerful way to give voice to the scenes of Rome and it's destruction of the lands it conquered; most especially Israel. thank you. this is amazing
Disjointed pseudo roman empire with little to do with time on their hands but to slaughter innocents in as brutal and graphic way as possible. Happy ending is a family that has had nearly all its members slaughtered gets to return to their totally obliterated homeland to start over, unlike the rest of their race that has been obliterated.