A song of love won her heart.
A song of darkness haunted her soul.
A song in the dance would seal her fate.
Seers had long foreseen an extraordinary destiny for Ellysetta Baristani. Already she had won the heart of the Fey King - the magnificent Rain, ever her ally, eternally her love. She had saved the offspring of the magical tairen and fought beside her legendary mate against the armies of Eld. But the most powerful and dangerous Verse of her Song had yet to be sung.
As the final battle draws nigh and evil tightens its grip upon her soul, will Ellysetta secure the world for Light or plunge it into Darkness for all eternity? As she and Rain fight for each other, side by side, will they find a way to complete their truemate bond and defeat the evil High Mage of Eld before it's too late, or must they make the ultimate sacrifice to save their world?
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©2010 C. L. Wilson (P)2011 HarperCollins Publishers
9 - Very good.
Harry Potter, and Inheritance series.
Too many to pick one.
The whole series was wonderful. I could hardly put the series down.
I want another good series to read. Get going on writing another one.
This was non-stop battle action from start to finish, and although it was still romantic in places, the focus was wrapping up all the story-lines in the series, and bringing the central relationship between Rain and Elysetta to it ultimate conclusion. Moves from one epic war scene to another at a rapid pace that gives the listener a sense of urgency and approaching dread. Durante is solid again, but I would have liked a different narrator. Elysetta sounded too childish, and all the male characters sounded very similar, so it was hard to differentiate them by voice alone. This series was a fabulous discovery for me and it is worth making the journey through them all. I might even buy the books. Fabulous ending!
The narrator has a good voice for this story.
Steli-chakai! She was so funny, fierce and loving toward Ellysetta & the kittens. And her disappointment that she couldn"t use humans as prey. She was funny & sweet.
Yes and she does a great job with all of them.
The biggest disappointment I had was that it never told what happened to Melliandra, Nicolene and the babies other than heading towards the mountains. Melliandra played a very large part in Shan's escape and I really wanted to read her reaction to the sun and the world above ground. I'd also liked to have known about Nicolene and her baby, Shia's son and the rest of the children born through abuse. I hope Ms. Wilson writes more about some of these minor characters. If it had told about Melliandra s & Nicolene's fate, I would have given the story 5 stars instead of 4. Also Ms. Wilson could have made the High Mage suffer more before dying! He got off too easy for all the suffering he caused!
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