The final shocking, heart-wrenching book in the jaw-droppingly stupendous Skulduggery Pleasant series. Valkerie. Darquesse. Stephanie. The world ain't big enough for the three of them. The end will come.
The War of the Sanctuaries has been won, but it was not without its casualties. Following the loss of Valkyrie Cain, Skulduggery Pleasant must use any and all means to track down and stop Darquesse before she turns the world into a charred, lifeless cinder. And so he draws together a team of soldiers, monster hunters, killers, criminals, and Valkyrie's own murderous reflection. The war may be over, but the final battle is about to begin. And not everyone gets out of here alive.
©2014 Derek Landy (P)2014 HarperCollins Publishers Limited
"This is a writer at the height of his powers and Landy is getting better with every book… Whatever your age, read them and enjoy the ride." (Irish Independent)
"Fast and funny" (The Times)
"A fast evolving plot and a great mix of scariness and humour" (5 star review, Sunday Express)
For the end of a series as strong as skulduggery pleasant, the last in the series seems rather forced and contrived at points
The message is there, the ideas are there, but there's a feeling of forced heroic survival in the whole piece
Very few central characters die and few things are truly resolved leaving me to believe that this end came around faster than Landy expected
The performance of Hogan was brilliant he captured the characters perfectly
It's just - this doesn't feel like an end and that's what bothers me
It was amazing kept u going to the end i can't believe how from the very start I was hooked
"The perfect ending to a brilliant series"
Yes, definitely. I often listen/read the rest of the series, so it follows....
Fletcher Renn - teleporters can take you anywhere. It's got to be the next best thing to flying!
I really like Rupert Degas' interpretations of the characters in the first few books and I struggle with Stephen Hogan's narration sometimes as a result. Although this is nothing to do with Hogan's narration or ability, it's simply that everyone sounds different. When I read the books on paper, it's Degas I hear, so I'm afraid Hogan brings confusion.
All the threads are brought together here and there are plenty of shocks and surprises, ups and downs. I am really sad it's all over.
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