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In this finale, Ennek and Mine are faced with wanting to change Praesidium to be more open. As they are waiting to gather support, Ennek is facing with his own 'inner' demon. Will Mine be able to figure out what is wrong with Ennek in time? Will be he be able to save him? Will they be able to change Praesidium without having people they love dying?
Starting with Stasis and then continuing with Flux, Kim sure has taken us on a rollercoaster ride with Ennek and Miner.
What started out as a rather sweet love story between the two male characters, quickly grew into a rather intricate and fully formed fantasy story that challenges some of my thoughts on magic and wizards. I loved the elemental aspects of the trilogy and adored the way Kim's writing flowed sweetly off the page and into my memory.
I have highlighted a number of truly stunning passages from all three books on my kindle and have them shared on my GR profile (if you're interested you can check them out in my quotes section). Kim's talent at writing gay romance is one to rival even the biggest names. So far, my experience of her writing shows she understands the relationships, both emotionally and physically and yet, is able to explore them without graphic details.
If you're new to the m/m romance genre perhaps a sweet, loving trek with Miner and Ennek is the gentle awakening to it that you need.
I felt a little sad to be reading the last pages of this book. It's the end of our journey with the boys (Kim explains in the notes at the end of the book), I had always hoped that there would be more. Despite the sadness I felt at reading the ending, it's all in all a rather good ending.
I, like many of the other readers and reviewers of this trilogy loved Ennek and Miner and accompanied them throughout their tough, tiring and exciting journey.
I would recommend this trilogy to most readers in a heartbeat. Even those who don't read m/m romance. The fact that the boys gay, really fades into the background of this entrancing story.
I did find one typo:
82% - 'It was a (<- remove a) harder to fly on the other...'
Overall it was an enjoyable story! Glad I read the series!
The second most important point in this review is that this is an audiobook review and if you haven’t already read one of my audio reviews you likely are among the minority who don’t know that Joel Leslie is the epitome of a professional voice actor, in my opinion. This man of a thousand voices provided another outstanding and enjoyable saga here that I found easy to follow since he portrayed the characters in individual and unique voices at a good listening and comprehension pace. I’ve said this before but it bears repeating—the only thing that makes Kim Fielding’s work as a storyteller and writer extraordinaire even more outstanding is listening to the voice of Joel Leslie as he brings her story to life.
In the conclusion of their journey, Ennek, brother of the current chief of Praesidium, and his lover, Miner, a former bond slave, realize they need to return to Praesidium if there is any hope of bringing a measure of peace to his former land. With help from Hills, his childhood friend, and the magic that remains after several struggles that take place early in the story, he at least gets to see his homeland. More detail would spoil the adventure.
Let’s just say that there’s plenty of exciting action throughout this book and, most important, there is love—lots of love—both between Ennek and Miner and for friends and family members. Ennek’s heart is so big that his love for his fellow man guides him in his decisions and frequently gets him in trouble, but it is also his most endearing quality and shines throughout this story.
I love the way the author took a measure of history and a measure of fantasy and wove the two together. The love Ennek and Miner share is the core of the story, but the balance is a very clever tale spawned from the author’s vivid imagination. The conclusion was unexpected but very satisfying. I can’t recommend this audiobook highly enough. Fantastic is too mild a word.