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The epic conclusion to the Crucible Shard

The war for control of the multiverse is finally coming to a head. What started for Liam as a game has become for King Liam something far more personal, a fight for the home he has made for himself and those he cares for. This conclusion to the saga brings more of what has defined the Crucible Shard series, hard decisions and complex choices as the lines between hero, anti-hero, and villain blur even more.

©2017 Skyler Grant (P)2017 Skyler Grant

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pretty solid ending to the series

endgame indeed. pretty solid booked all the way through the series this one was as cool as the others. the characters never act outside of what I would expect them to do which is always appreciated. To me it's just kind of a basic of good writing.

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A good way to end, but nothing unexpected.

It was a wonderful story that each book cost too much for, but overall I feel the book series was good. The ending felt like an ending but not one where you felt fully satisfied, it felt more like a launch point for his next series (hopefully) that he mentioned in the authors notes at the end this last book. If that's the case I feel this book wonderfully transitions the series and would satisfy what's needed there.