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As for this particular book, I enjoyed it thoroughly. It was amazing to see the worlds all converge. Well, not really the worlds as much as characters from both the River and the Dark River. I can't give spoilers because I hate when people do that. I'll just say there is now an opening for loads of new perspectives into the Dark River. Which ones it will be, only Richan knows. The book is very coherent and flows. I couldn't stand when I had to put it down for, well, life. I'd get back as soon as possible.
I'm excited to see what's next in both series. What will be next in the Dark River? I can't wait! What will be next for Eximere? I'm both excited and reserved. Eximere is my favorite place on Earth that doesn't really exist. When life gets hectic, I find myself wishing for an Eximere of my own. I know it's required more upkeep as of late, but the peace would be well worth it. Sigh, if only.... Because of my revere for Eximere, I pray Richan handles it with kid gloves. I can't imagine he'd do anything less. He created it, after all.
You'd be crazy not to grab this book quickly and start reading immediately. Every River fan, and even just the Dark River fans, will be engrossed from beginning to end. I've already preordered the next book in the Downwinders series. Let's just put it this way: I put off reading my Stephen King book to get to this one. Yes, I put off my idol of 30 years for Richan. That should tell you all you need to know about his writing ability. Go, get on with the journey.... 5/5
Steven and Derick are given some incredible new depth to their individual characters, and previously half-explained "gifts" that each possess are fully explored. Characters such as Eliza and Roy remain true to their established personalities, and others from the River Universe are given some pivotal roles as well.
Here, Richan delves more fully into the Dark River, detailing how it once was, and how and when it began to change for the worse. The Empire that LeFever constructed for himself there, rivals some of the worst things brought out from greedy, controlling minds. Despite the depravity of things as they currently stand, we are given a glimpse at a--still dangerous--but less demented "other side" to the River.
This novel was paced with precision--allowing things to unfold and merge at a rapid, yet still understandable, speed. For longtime readers of this series, several back stories are hinted at, and many new challenges introduced. By the end of this book, I was emotionally drained from all of the happenings and the situation.
A fantastic collision of all three Branches, and an incredible treat for lifelong River followers.
The book I've been waiting for. Roy and Steven are doing their thing in Eximere, they're joined by Abe, Terrell, Eliza and Winn. They also finally meet Derick, our Dark River expert.
Together they fight against Unser and take over Eximere.
I was concerned when I found out this book was bringing all three of the River Series' together that it was going to be the end. I'm so glad that doesn't seem to be the case. I've grown to love reading about these people.
I'm a River fan! Just wish I could join them in the flow.
Another thing I appreciate about this series is the realistic dialogue. I won't give a synopsis or outline because I
hate it when other people do. I'm sure they don't mean to but they usually include spoilers. This is the latest book in a great series. I can't wait for the next one!