The final chapter in the Godlanders War.
Corin Hugh, once left to die in the tomb of a dead god, now carries with him the burning memory of King Oberon's betrayal at the hands of the tyrant god Ephitel. But he also carries a secret weapon - Godslayer, the one sword in all Hurope that can bring Ephitel to his knees.
However, he will need more than just a magic sword to draw Ephitel down from his throne. As Corin searches for allies in what may become his last, desperate stand against the gods, his quest takes him deep into the heart of two ancient orders: A reclusive race of druids and the long-lost elves of old Gesoelig. Ultimately, Corin must swallow his pride and look to his fellow humans for help as he plots his revenge against Ephitel.
All his plans may crumble to ashes, however, if Justicar Jessamine, Ephitel's ruthless but beautiful champion, has her way...
In this third epic volume of The Godlanders War, men, gods, mortals, and immortals alike join forces in a furious race against time and a desperate battle for survival.
©2014 Aaron Pogue (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
I feel this book didn't get much attention from the author. Like he was sorta done with this series. The flow felt haphazard and the main character's persona had a major shift for the worst. Not to mention there is soo much not explored. Ugh, I'm glad I finished the trilogy but it was not the ending I was hoping for.
Conservatism is a process of thought not a process of feelings.
The series started well and am looking forward to the next books. Darn good Job!
The series has been building up some weight.
Characters have been gaining depth and the universe of the story is interesting.
Everything is pretty solid except I felt let down a little by the ending even though it was the right ending compared to the rest of the storyline resolves it lacked the emotional resonance and weight that it built up to that point.
The universe of the story is rich and it could spawn it's own satellite series of the same story from another characters perspective and be just as interesting but overall it still lacks some kind of commitment by the author to really stake his claim here.
I come away thinking that some of the story was rushed or just not completely thought through.. But again overall there's way more to like then to complain about..
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