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World's End (The Pendulum Trilogy) Hardcover – March 22, 2016
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Praise for the Pendulum Trilogy
“The first stage in a gloriously wayward journey through the shattered relics of standard epic fantasy that left me eager to continue.”―Locus on The Pilgrims
“A gripping series of events moves briskly…leaving us all wanting to know what happens to the world as much as to our protagonists.”―RT Book Reviews
“The author's not only a superb craftsman and character-builder, but a consummate storyteller, so that each good-against-evil clash appears fresh and engrossing.”―Kirkus Reviews
About the Author
WILL ELLIOTT's debut novel, The Pilo Family Circus, co-won the Aurealis Award for best horror, won the Golden Aurealis for best novel, and the Australian Shadows Award. Shadow is the second title in Elliott's visionary fantasy, The Pendulum Trilogy. Elliott was born in Brisbane, Australia.
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Schilen, a dragon in human form, has promised Eric and Aziel safety from the dragons if they help her to free them. But there's much more at stake, for Eric believes that Schilen is deliberately attempting to deceive Eric and Kiowan into fighting against one another. Plus, what are the mysterious haiyens? They claim to be able to create peace between the humans and the dragons, but is this really so? And what is the mysterious Shadow's role in everything?
I enjoyed reading this final book in the Pendulum trilogy. The characters have remained as they were in the earlier books in the series, and the haiyens have added to the story. I was somewhat disappointed at what I felt was a quick ending to the book but, despite this, I still enjoyed reading it. Recommended.