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Ms. Sheridan does a good job in recapping the last two books in an efficient matter that also doesn't feel like a simple info dump. This is a plus for those readers who may have read books 1 and 2 a few years ago, as opposed to more recently. As a note, in case it is not to your taste, the book continues with it's Christian theme.
It was enjoyable to see the continued development of the relationships between the various characters. I found, in particular, Verona and Tristan to be quite amusing. Sarajane continued to be strong and a survivor, something she needed as she journeyed to the capital. I liked many of her new companions as well - or at the least, found them interesting.
The last few chapters are full of action and certainly live up to the build up. I will not spoil it any further, but it is a nice end to this trilogy.
Overall, I enjoyed reading this last book in the Saskia trilogy. The world building was interesting, the characters well developed, and the book itself quite well written.
NB: I was given a copy of this book by the author. I have voluntarily reviewed it.
This is the last book in Aoife Marie Sheridan’s Saskia Trilogy. Sarajane has been separated from her friends, especially Tristan, her beloved. She is moving toward the capital city of Saskia to defeat the fallen angle Lucian. Her battle with Lucian’s forces has cost her friends, including her beloved sister Jessica. Now it is time to finish the fight. Her journey pits her against mysterious, deadly creatures called Forsaken, zombies, and demons. At the same time, she finds new friends to help her.
Meanwhile, her friends search desperately for her. Tristan and Verona are at each others throats. Their problems are complicated by the appearance of the treacherous Prudentia who seems to have an agenda of her own. Treachery and grief meet Sarajane at every turn. Even if she makes it to Saskia, stopping Lucian may cost her life.
This is the final installment of the Saskia Trilogy. Final novels are notoriously difficult, as the author may begin to rush as they reach the end. Aoife Marie Sheridan shows remarkable discipline by challenging her protagonist. Sarajane must deal with enemies, issues among friends, and a final life or death struggle. The dialogue was good, and the action was believable. The relationships were developed over the course of the first two books and continued to develop. The story maintains a Christian theme to it, though it isn’t overwhelming. Anyone who enjoyed the first two books will enjoy The Rise of the Queen. I would recommend the Saskia trilogy to anyone who like fantasy.
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