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- Print Length: 383 pages
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- Publisher: Less Than Three Press, LLC (August 1, 2017)
- Publication Date: August 1, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B074HC2J7W
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Okay, this book was a little chaotic. And yeah, that’s a cool play on words and all, but it did feel that way. So much happened in this book. Like really so much. I feel I need an excess of modifiers and exclamation points to stress how much happened in this book. And this is the heart of the problem I always seem to have with the endings of series: the wonderful slow build up of the whole series has to be dealt with. All the loose ends need to be tied off and all the mysteries need to be solved. All at once. I always feel a little robbed.
Quite a bit of this book was about Theo and Nathan. This makes sense as they’ve done so much to hurt Tristan during this lifetime in particular. Reading Nathan’s POV was a little jarring for me. We had so much hurt from Tristan because of Nathan then we’re suddenly with Nathan and Daniel Sullivan?!?! This was a fascinating reminder of the fact that not everything is about Tristan, or even about Tristan, Ushna, and Brian. Secondary characters all imagine themselves the heroes of their own stories, and here we got to see some of that. I’m still not much of a Nathan fan, though. His bad side was just too convincing.
Now, after all this time it’s over. Tristan, Ushna, and Brian are finally together, Marduk and Inanna got pwned, and it’s time to heal. There is finally normalcy. Well, as normal as it can get for a group of people who underwent the changes that took place over the course of this series. There were a lot of changes! And I’m sad it’s all over. This book was good even if I thought it felt a bit too overstuffed. This series was fun, and I’m glad I read it.
Ushna becoming the Heart of Tiamet I expected but the fact that it meant he was connected more to her consort/ father of all the Gods was a plot twist I didn't see coming, nor the fact he could then communicate with the serpentesque guardians of the Sanctuary telepathically.
Ace, Juan, Jonas, Gregori..... I hope we see books of their future and the results of their traveling. Hopefully the circle will expand and Gregori's magic will be balanced.
The battle was as epic as I could've hoped and even there twists and surprises abounded. Especially after Daniel abducted Justus and Brian (the pup not the dragon) and Stan must rescue them with the help of Theo and the Ophidian assassin -who's identity really floored me.
Tristan's decree after the battle was true, fair and just. I'm not sure I wouldn't have wanted some retribution but he refrained.
Then to reveal themselves to the human world and take on the POTUS? Lots of cojones on their part.
The book ended and most of the threads are all tied up......except the ones for Gregori with his circle and what comes next for the Princes Ramsey and Brian, the future hero Atar, and of course our heroes. But those are futures for another time, perhaps another series.
There is so much going on in this final book! When we last left these characters they were on the brink of war with the goddess, Inanna. This book picks up right where book 5 left off. Tristan is deciding Nathan’s fate after his betrayal, Ushna is preparing to undergo his own transformation by Tiamat, and Brian is learning how to be a father and mate while taking a ridiculous amount of selfies. (Seriously…it’s a lot of selfies and it’s freaking adorable as hell!!) Despite all the plotlines and events going on in this book, it never pushes its character development to the side and is still very much character-driven. These characters are still fleshed out and complex as they continue to grow, learn new things about themselves, and deal with the challenges presented to them. In fact, this book has even more POVs than the last one and features chapters with narration from all the main characters and even some side characters. Instead of being choppy and incoherent, these multiple POVs allow the reader to intimately get to know all the characters and come to understand their strengths, fears, and insecurities. Even some of their mind-blowing secrets!
Something I really loved was the ending and the fact that after the “big battle” the book doesn’t just end with an epilogue. There are still things that need to be done and said before the end and Lexi Ander handled this wonderfully.
With the introduction of beautiful new relationships, the strengthening of existing bonds, and some startling revelations, this book certainly packs a punch. Prepare to be entertained, shocked, and perhaps shed a few tears in this brilliant finale to the Sumeria’s Sons series!
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