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The highly anticipated conclusion to the epic and exciting Kingmaker Chronicles series

The destiny Catalia "Cat" Fisa has spent her entire life running from has finally caught up to her. But in order to truly accept her fate and become Queen of Thalyria, Cat and her dedicated husband Griffin Sinta will have to go to war with the severely oppressed Fisa - and it's violent alpha, Cat's homicidal mother.

But when Cat's magic refuses to work like it should, she has to unleash the power she's been afraid of. And when her misuse of the god's gifts lands her in Tartarus, a land reserved for eternal punishment, Cat will have to accept herself - past, present, and future - if she wants any chance of making it out alive.

©2018 Amanda Bouchet (P)2018 Recorded Books

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Sorry to Say....

I love the first two books in this series. The world building and character development in them are beautiful and re-listening to them isn't a chore (I think I'm up to three times now which isn't usual for me). Needless to say I've been awaiting the third and final book with baited breath and I'm at best apathetic.

The book found Cat growing and regressing over and over in very short periods of time, often even repeating the same phrases in her epiphanies. If anything she lost dimension from the last two stories to this one and Griffin was extra super flat.
The story went almost nowhere in such a long time. The author focused on encounters that could have been brief and glazed over more important interactions, and many of the scenarios were echoed later in the story.

I was so frustrated and annoyed that I almost didn't finish this one guys....

4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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whiny lead's monolauges.

definitely struggled. It was just rambling of s whiny woman. ance the worst were shoved in sex scenes. It could have been shorter... should have been shorter. The last six minutes or so of the abrupt ending. not a good book

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What a ride!

It was like a rollercoaster! It is a ride I will get in line to ride again! I was on the edge of my seat! It was a great resolution to the series. I ended the story feeling proud of Cat! Great writing and love the narrator's voice for Cat.
Ps...Kato? I am hoping for more stories from the Kingmaker world. I am eager to learn more about other characters.

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Great Conclusion

Amazing book! Very captivating. Wish the trilogy wasn't over. Maybe there will be a spinoff series?

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Sad Day

I’m so sad it’s over. But I will likely listen to them all over again. This is now my favorite series! I want to hear more about Carver’s story and how he finds love, is it with the ex princess? I also want to hear about Likeron and his Dove! Fingers crossed one day it will be written!!

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Just bad

I only mad it half way thru this and had to stop. All the main character does is whine about her unborn child.

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Good.

The first 2 books were much better. This book was OK but it was a bit too whiney for my tastes.
Could have shaved off about 5 chapters.

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Very good conclusion to the series :)

4 stars

This was a very good story and ending to the series. Cat and Griffin are solidly together and doing well when the story begins. They still have a Kingdom to win away from Cat's mother so they can reunite all 3 lands and it's going to be a tough task. Cat, Griffin and their family/friends work towards that goal but there is a lot of obstructions. TBH, I really enjoyed this story and would have given it 5 stars but there were a few instances of angst in the story that seemed rather pointless, like they were put in the story just to extend it. Regardless, I did enjoy this story very much and was very happy to see things work out for everyone. I really enjoyed the series and would recommend it. :)

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  • Kay
  • Murfreesboro, TN
  • 06-26-18

Does it have to be over?

Cat . . . is still my hero! Despite the fact that she is pregnant emotional annoying with her continuous inner monologue lol.
Cat and Griffin together are relationship goals (and I don't even want a relationship - besides one with my books).
Piers is an idiot! Strangle him!

But all in all? Good.

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incredible series! I couldn't stop listening

This series will not disappoint. The heroin is a map of human struggles and strengths and weak or on top she comes across as real and vulnerable. Her man is such a perfect compliment to every step she takes in her journey. The narration is heartfelt and honest and the characters are fleshed out and distinguishable. I will read this again.