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Night's End (An Indigo Court Novel Book 5) by [Galenorn, Yasmine]
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4.4 out of 5 stars 57 customer reviews
Book 5 of 5 in Indigo Court Series (5 Book Series)
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Praise for the Indigo Court novels

“Amazing…Lyrical, luscious, and irresistible.”—Stella Cameron, New York Times bestselling author of the Chimney Rock
series

“Filled with taut suspense, delicious intrigue, and dangerous antagonists.”—Smexy Books

“Galenorn has created a multifaceted world full of adventure and passion!”—RT Book Reviews

“A thoroughly engrossing series…Once again, Galenorn creates a magical world of both ethereal beauty and stark horror.”—Bitten by Books

“A perfect read for any fantasy lover.”—Fresh Fiction

About the Author

New York Times, Publishers Weekly, and USA Today bestselling author Yasmine Galenorn writes urban fantasy for Berkley: both the Otherworld Series and the Indigo Court Series, and will soon be writing a spinoff of Otherworld, called the Fly By Night Series.  In the past, she wrote mysteries for Berkley Prime Crime, and nonfiction metaphysical books.  She is the 2011 Career Achievement Award Winner in Urban Fantasy, given by RT Magazine.
 
Yasmine has been in the Craft for 33+ years, is a shamanic witch, and describes her life as a blend of teacups and tattoos.  She lives in Kirkland WA with her husband Samwise and their cats.  

 

Product Details

  • File Size: 1979 KB
  • Print Length: 321 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley (July 1, 2014)
  • Publication Date: July 1, 2014
  • Sold by: Penguin Group (USA) LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00HDMLWJG
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #223,485 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The conclusion to Yasmine Galenorn's Indigo Court series was everything I had hoped, and then, not.
Five books spanning such a short time in the universe of Cicely. In the beginning, she rolls into town, after having been away for years. Taken by her strung out mother at a young age, Cicely spent the formative part of her life learning to stay alive and fight. Having only returned to her former hometown on a few occasions to visit throughout the years, she comes home this time when her aunt Heather goes missing.
From the moment her car passes the town limits, her life is changed forever. And we, as the reader, go along for the ride.
Witches, vampires, Fae Queens, and shifting Owls, this series is packed to the hilt with creatures and abilities galore.
But, there is heart. Galenorn does a wonderful job of allowing you to care for the characters, to be heartbroken and joyful along with them.

This last book, Night's End took us for one final ride where lines are crossed in the name of fighting Myst, and finding out who they can trust and who they can't. Cicely must do things that she is loathe to do, but as Queen, she has no other choice. Relationships and people are hurt, altered, torn down, and rebuilt in new ways.

There are times when things just didn't really make sense.

For instance, without giving away more than I need to, when Cicely has to find out if her friends outside of her court are potential traitors, they take a certain character into a room to explain the situation to him, before taking him on his merry way to Crawl. This room would block any potential communication with Myst.
Later, when they need to probe the other three to find out where their loyalties lie, they drug them and mind-rape them, without explaining anything.
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I think I've read just about all of Ms Galenorn`s books and this has got to be the worse one that I've read. I really enjoyed the other books in this series and was looking forward to the end of the series. But the plot had so many illogical scenes where Cicely did not trust her friends but took the vampires at face value and they do did not have to prove that they were not betraying her when it was a vampire that started this whole mess. I also started to develop a dislike for the Cicely who seemed to be easily swayed and weak and the majority of her inner dialogs was about sex at totally inappropriate times.

And what was up with her relationship with Lannon, he satisfies her dark side where Grieve who is a vampiric fae could not. Again not well thought out and it just made Cecily seem even more weak and selfish.

Overall this book was hard to get through reading because it just could not hold my attention, sense the totally disappointment as the title for his review.
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Fifth in the Indigo Court urban fantasy series and revolving around Cicely, the Queen of Snow and Ice, and her family and friends who live in New Forest near Snoqualmie, Washington.

It’s been a month since Night Vision , 4, and it’s been two months since Cicely returned to Veil House at the start in Night Myst , 1.

My Take
Oh, brother, this is one of Galenorn's off days — she is such an uneven writer! I gagged my way through this juvenile writing, wondering why, and knowing it was only because I wanted to know if this series would end — please god.

Can you say melodramatic? The way Cicely whines on about getting lost within her wind powers, how tragic it would be, and she keeps stepping into it. Rhiannon reminds her that if she learned to use it, she could use it in greater safety. So, why hasn't she worked at this? Why aren't both girls out on the front lines using their tremendous powers to take out the bad guys?

She whines on about Myst, her past, her far past, the negatives and positives of her new powers. She just whines and whines and whines about everything. For the salacious aspect, she whines about how she needs Lannan, that he allows her to be vulnerable with Grieve. The sex thing feels shoved in…yeah, yeah, yeah, I didn't mean it that way!…as if Galenorn figured she needed sex in the book to get people to read it, so it gets dumped in. And just in case, she hints at this threesome possibility [not three at a time, but Cicely with Lannan and Cicely with Grieve] with Cicely whining about how she loves being with them both. Get off the pot, Galenorn! Either go for it or stop. It's just annoying.

Cicely does have a lot of learning experiences in this. She must become colder and more detached.
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The ending feels extremely anti climactic. The authors writing is sporadic, sometimes grabbing you and sometimes boring you. This one tried to be exciting, but somehow never engaged the reader. She did sprinkle in the obligatory sex scenes making this inappropriate as a young adult novel, although those are the most likely readers partly because of the erotic titillation. I was especially disappointed with the climactic battle. Although all the pieces were there for excitement, the emotional involvement just never kicked in and somehow I felt very ho hum about the whole scene. If you have invested time in reading the rest of the series you have some obligation to see it through and read the ending. Luckily she did end the series and I hope she will be good enough to let it die an honest death there.

If you have not started the series,skip it. The authors other works are better. Skip this series and come back to it if you find you really loved her other publications. But be prepared to be slightly disappointed.
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