New York Times best-selling author Cinda Williams Chima's wildly popular Seven Realms books have won numerous accolades, including starred reviews and a VOYA Perfect Ten.
In this stunning series conclusion, Queen Raisa ana' Marianna is desperately seeking a way to unite her people and keep peace within the Fells. Meanwhile, relations between the wizards and Clan approach a breaking point. Han Alister, now a member of the Wizard Council, learns the thousand-year-old secret that can unite the people of the kingdom - but he may not live long enough to use it.
©2012 Cinda Williams Chima (P)2012 Recorded Books
Its done. its done???
ohhhh, best book so far this year.
I'm feeling the afterglow of this book. Considering if I should re-listen from book one again right away... Or wait... So good!!! This series ranks close to the top in my best series ever list.
The series is perfect for fans of series like Song of Ice and Fire (with the understanding that it is a YA series). It is a series full political drama, messy misunderstandings, robust characters you love and others you love to hate.
Han... Reisa...Han....? errrr....
Yes! cry. laugh. rejoice.
the series in general is captivating. even though I know how it ends, I always miss something that makes the journey exciting every time.
This book was great! This series was great! Well worth the credit or money. I will admit I was skeptical at the beginning but the end is a well worth pay off. 5 stars all around
This series has become my favorite book series. The way chima writes is magical just like her books. If you like fantasy books like Harry Potter, Lord of the rings, and Game of Thrones this book series is for you.
I cannot tell you how much I've loved this series. It is excellent for any fantasy YA reader. It will no disappoint!
I have read this series three times before I listened to the audio. Love best? Han and Raisa and the incredible love they have for each other - so much more real than any other YA book I have read - much more than most adult books I have read. And it built throughout the four books and was not an instant thing. I did not want the story to end but the author gave me a satisfactory ending if it had to happen.
Every time the whole world seemed to be against Han and the circumstantial evidence that he was not good was overwhelming, but although Raisa sometimes wavered she always believed in him.
So many. When Han found out Dancer was alive....when Raisa found out Han lived...
I do not think anyone could or would do justice to this story or the beautiful characters in it by putting it on screen I prefer the images in my mind to anything film makers could do.
When I reviewed this series I did not tag the first book as romance but mentioned there might be an underlying one. In my review of this fourth and last book I wrote "the greatest love story ever".
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