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Prologue and Prophecy- When Light meets Darkness in the illusion of captivation, a being of Divine creation will emerge with the mark of Death. The scales will shift in the wake of their trials. Darkness will cloud their path, yet their strength will surpass the evil within. Blood will fall from the sky, tremors will crack the ground, and The Creator’s children will weep in fear. All will know the coming of the Horsemen for their enemy. The final battle will be fought on corpse-riddled earth. The only hope for humanity will face both the iniquities of Sheol and the relentless truth that victory cannot be achieved unaided. The end of the end will come, and the wind will whisper the warrior’s name on a vermilion horizon; Teloch.
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Well folks, Valerie Roeseler did it. She made me a fan of a love triangle. I loved the tension, and the heartbreaking decision Ivy is left with. I love how real it feels - that is always the one thing about the love triangle that makes me angry...when it's not realistic. In this situation, it is realistic for Ivy to feel the way she does. I love how the answer isn't given right away. It just creates more page turning.
I honestly couldn't put this book down, because I was in a hurry to see how it wrapped up. I was sad when I read the last sentence because I didn't want the story to be over.
Really fantastic way to end the series. I'm a new fan of Valerie Roeseler, and I'll be reading more from her as soon as I can.
The first two were epic in the world building class of Valerie. The thirds scope is taken to another level befitting a story of this nature. A new take on the four horseman of the apocalypse.
Ivy battles forces on a world scale, but her greatest fight is whether she can hold the battle lines steady, when she doesn't know who to trust.
Her heart is torn in more ways than one. This story will grip you unlike many can. Leave you begging for more and then exhilarate and crush you by the end. A sweeping saga comes to a close, and the book world is now the poorer for it.
Thank you for a story I'll never forget