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The Weaver's Lament: The Final Adventure in The Symphony of Ages Hardcover – June 21, 2016
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About the Author
As the daughter of an air force officer, USA Today bestselling epic fantasy author ELIZABETH HAYDON began traveling at an early age and has since traveled all over the world. She draws on the imagery of these visits in the Symphony of Ages series, and blends her love of music, anthropology, herbalism and folklore into much of her writing. Haydon is also a harpist and a madrigal singer (a singer of medieval songs). She lives with her family on the East Coast. The Weaver's Lament is the Final Adventure in her Symphony of Ages series.
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Some people loved it, and that's good, I'm truly glad. For me, the rushed timeline, Grunthor's lame fate, Ashes' actions, the vague last chapter for Achmed and Rhapsody... it left me confused and hurt. None of it worked for me.
The characters didn't feel real and their actions didn't make sense. Their reactions to events felt like the book was just trying to grope for endings.
The only other series to let me down worse was the final book in the Earth's Children Series.
I look forward to reading more of your work in the future
Again well done.
I definitely recommend this book to everyone.