The Bitter Kingdom (Girl of Fire and Thorns Series #3)

The Bitter Kingdom (Girl of Fire and Thorns Series #3)

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by Rae Carson
     
 

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The New York Times‒best-selling series!

"Carson joins the ranks of writers like Kristin Cashore, Megan Whalen Turner, and Tamora Pierce as one of YA's best writers of high fantasy."—Locus

In the deeply satisfying conclusion to the bestselling Girl of Fire and Thorns trilogy, seventeen-year-old sorcerer-queen

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The New York Times‒best-selling series!

"Carson joins the ranks of writers like Kristin Cashore, Megan Whalen Turner, and Tamora Pierce as one of YA's best writers of high fantasy."—Locus

In the deeply satisfying conclusion to the bestselling Girl of Fire and Thorns trilogy, seventeen-year-old sorcerer-queen Elisa travels into the unknown realm of the enemy to win back her true love, save her country, and uncover the final secrets of her destiny.

Elisa is a fugitive in her own country. Her enemies have stolen the man she loves in order to lure her to the gate of darkness. As she and her daring companions take one last quest into unknown enemy territory to save Hector, Elisa will face hardships she's never imagined. And she will discover secrets about herself and her world that could change the course of history. She must rise up as champion—a champion to those who have hated her most. Riveting, surprising, and achingly romantic, Rae Carson has spun a bold and powerful conclusion to her extraordinary trilogy.

Editorial Reviews

School Library Journal
10/01/2013
Gr 8 Up—Elisa, teenaged Queen of Joya d'Arena and Godstone bearer, leads her small but fiercely loyal group of friends and protectors in pursuit of her enemies, who have taken Hector, the man whom she's finally admitted she loves. The journey takes her into the heart of the Invierno lands, where she discovers their terrible secrets. She also experiences loss, betrayal, and the pain of making impossible decisions, and she learns to trust her instincts, intellect, and magic. Elisa continues to be a heroine worth rooting for as she grows in both physical and emotional strength, and by the fairy-tale ending, readers will have no doubt that her newly formed empire will thrive. Supporting characters and setting are equally compelling. The fast-paced story is filled with action and violence, as well as a few sexual situations that take place mostly offstage. An altogether satisfying conclusion to an entertaining trilogy.—Mara Alpert, Los Angeles Public Library
Publishers Weekly
The action-packed conclusion to Carson’s excellent trilogy opens hard on the heels of 2012’s The Crown of Embers: young Queen Elisa and her companions trek into enemy territory to rescue the man she loves, while a traitor back home attempts to overthrow her. Elisa’s journeys take her to the wintry lands of Invierne, where she hopes to destroy the source of the Inviernos’ magic and bargain for peace; to the Basajuan desert, where only her most audacious plans have any chance to stop the war; and home to try to regain her throne through wits and political skill. The plot takes time to gather momentum, but Carson moves the story along with terrific world-building and character development. She also tackles classic fantasy tropes, springing off into unusual and refreshing directions that reinforce her story. Elisa learns to wield the full power of the Godstone, but it’s her brains, courage, and ability to inspire people that continue to bring her success. Carson brings her series to an end with a thrilling climax, but readers will hope more adventures lie ahead. Ages 13–up. Agent: Holly Root, Waxman Leavell Literary Agency. (Sept.)
Beth Revis
“The perfect conclusion to one of the most brilliant modern YA fantasies on the market today. Readers will love this whole series, and while I didn’t want to leave Elisa’s world, The Bitter Kingdom hits all the right notes. This is YA fantasy as it should be.”
Marie Lu
“What a conclusion to a spellbinding trilogy! The Bitter Kingdom cements Rae Carson as one of the best fantasy authors to grace the shelves. I love this series to pieces, and so should you.”
Horn Book Magazine
“This is that rare series in which each volume is better than the last. … An action-packed and thoughtful end to an ambitious series.”
Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA)
“This is a spell-binding book. It is not often that all three books in a series are equally enthralling. Those who love Tamora Pierce and Kristen Cashore will love the tales of Elisa.”
VOYA - Susan Allen
The final book in the Fire and Thorns series, The Bitter Kingdom picks up where The Crown Of Embers (HarperCollins, 2012/Voya October 2012) ends, with Elisa and her small band of allies chasing the Inviernos who captured Hector, Elisa's love. Bitter Kingdom is located in a cold, snowy world that sets it apart from previous settings and it is in this environment that the long journey to locate those that have taken Hector takes place. After the Inviernos are located, there are adventures that include cave scorpions, mines, and magic. Elisa has grown and changed tremendously by this point in the story, but her character continues to be pushed and tested. Readers will no longer recognize the chubby, self-loathing princess of the Girl Of Fire And Thorns (HarperCollins, 2011/Voya December 2011). As her outer body transforms into a strong, fire-tested queen, her inner person opens up to trust and love. Instead of the story being entirely from Elisa's point of view, a few chapters are told from Hector's and this helps with the character development of Hector and Elisa. The series' themes of acceptance, growth, and being true to oneself are solidly portrayed. This is a spell-binding book. It is not often that all three books in a series are equally enthralling. Those who love Tamora Pierce and Kristen Cashore will love the tales of Elisa. This title also can be read as a stand-alone. Reviewer: Susan Allen
Children's Literature - Julia Beiker
In this final book of “The Girl of Fire and Thorns” trilogy, our young heroine, Queen Elisa must continue her trek through unforgiving terrain to save her beloved Hector and her homeland from multiple threats. Along the way, she learns more about herself and her magic through the help of her comrades. Every time the travelers accomplish one goal, at least two more arise, ensuring there is ample action to keep this plot-driven story going through each twist and turn. Rae Carson effectively uses both Elisa and Hector’s different viewpoints at the beginning, showing readers occurrences in both places before merging them into one. There is little character development in this title and it is recommended that books in the series are read in order. A young adult fantasy, the storyline and setting take the reader to a world where anything is possible. Fans of the series will enjoy this action-packed conclusion. Reviewer: Julia Beiker AGERANGE: Ages 8 up.
Kirkus Reviews
A queen can defeat the conde who stole her throne, but it means nothing if her land is destroyed by fire-throwing invaders. Queen Lucero-Elisa né Riqueza de Vega--Elisa to her friends--has lost her throne, her bodyguard/nurse and her beloved (The Crown of Embers, 2012). All she has left is the Godstone in her navel, and it's brimming with more power than ever before. Slowed by the need to protect a helpless child, trained in magic by a failed sorcerer, threatened even by the weather--she's traveled so far ice falls from the sky!--Elisa knows her first priority is to protect her country from the invading Invierno animagi. The Inviernos, tall, fair-skinned and not-quite human, believe that generations ago, Elisa's people came to this land and destroyed their magical birthright; now they want revenge. Despite the Godstone marking her as a once-in-a-century prophesied heroine, Elisa must save the day with her "only lasting power," her smarts. This well-read girl spent her childhood studying warfare and international diplomacy and has the skills to lead both a war party and a country. Her foretold destiny is resolved with a marvelous and refreshing twist on literary tropes. A smashing ending to a trilogy that began with problematic body hatred but developed into the stellar journey of a girl who would be queen. (Fantasy. 13-16)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780062239181
Publisher:
HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date:
08/27/2013
Series:
Girl of Fire and Thorns Series , #3
Sold by:
HARPERCOLLINS
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
448
Sales rank:
10,830
Lexile:
HL760L (what's this?)
File size:
2 MB
Age Range:
13 - 17 Years

Meet the Author

Rae Carson is the author of the bestselling and award-winning Girl of Fire and Thorns series. Her books tend to contain adventure, magic, and smart girls who make (mostly) smart choices. Originally from California, Rae Carson now lives in Arizona with her husband.

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LovinLosLibros More than 1 year ago
I read both The Girl of Fire and Thorns and The Crown of Embers earlier this year and I would have done pretty much ANYTHING to get my hands on a copy of The Bitter Kingdom. I was desperate to find out how Carson would wrap the series up and whether or not Elisa would fulfill her destiny as the bearer of the Godstone. The Bitter Kingdom picks up right where The Crown of Embers left off, and we are instantly thrust back into Elisa's world. This time, however, we do get a few chapters in Hector's POV! I think this was such an awesome addition (and not because I am a Hector fangirl) but because I think it's important that Carson details his captivity for us readers. Hector is such an important character to Elisa and I loved watching them cope with being apart and be able to jump right into his thoughts and see how he was faring while she was on her way to rescue him. When we first meet Elisa in The Girl of Fire and Thorns, she wasn't a very likeable protagonist. She lacked confidence in herself, felt inferior to her older sister, and felt the need to gorge on food to make herself feel better. However, after being married off and kidnapped, Elisa slowly starts to transform. After returning to the palace, Elisa is far from the same girl who was kidnapped. She has faced hardships she never dreamed of. She had to learn to survive on her own and not depend on someone else to take care of her. In The Crown of Embers, Elisa is still transforming into the woman she's meant to be. She now has a kingdom to run and has to face betrayal at every turn, not knowing who she can truly trust. She also sets out on quest to discover the true nature of the Godstone she carries. I love how unyielding Elisa becomes in The Bitter Kingdom. She vows to rescue Hector and makes decisions for the good of her kingdom and her people. Yet, she also manages to secure her happiness as well- which let's face it- she deserves! What I absolutely loved the most about Elisa was the fact that she learned to feel beautiful in her own skin. It doesn't matter what anyone else but her thinks and I think that really shows maturity on her part. Sure, Hector finds her beautiful, but what's important is that she finds herself beautiful. I also really enjoyed the friendships in this book. Elisa has such loyal friends who would do anything to assist her. They offer her counsel, but do not try to usurp her authority or try to take over. They are bound by their loyalty to one another and I was on the edge of my seat because I wanted everyone to survive and make it through. We do have a new addition in this book, a half-Invierno girl who Elisa and Mara rescue from an outlying village. She names herself Red Sparkle Stone and she really has personality. She is around the same age as the young Prince Rosario and her courage and bravery were really inspiring. She wanted to do whatever she could to help, no matter the danger. Once Hector has been rescued, Elisa makes the decision to go to the Invierne capital to see what she can discover there. Walking directly into enemy territory is no simple feat. But I've got to say, Storm really does shine in this book. Up until now, we always questioned his loyalty and there were certainly times in this novel where we wondered where his true allegiance lay. Storm has been shunned by his family, so he is not exactly welcome in the capital. However, Elisa realizes their best chance at peace is to come to some kind of a compromise with the Inviernos. Watching how she does this is absolutely brilliant. She eventually finds herself back in Basajuan where she meets with both Queens Cosmé and Alodia to discuss the fate of their country and their status with Invierne. Again, we see Elisa stand up and do what she must in order to obtain peace and I think her sister is quite surprised (and pleased) at the woman Elisa has become. Let's talk romance for a minute. Holy Hector and Elisa! I absolutely think they are the ultimate power couple. They complement each other so well and both would sacrifice themselves for one another. Elisa trusts Hector's judgment implicitly and she knows he would never withhold the truth from her or be afraid to question her decisions. She is certainly a little nervous about how Hector will handle the news that they are betrothed, and at first I really want to smack some sense into him! Crazy man. He got his act together though and I love their scenes together. Carson shows how a simple touch between these two means so much and how much they admire and respect one another. And I really appreciate that she doesn't glaze over the intimacy between Hector and Elisa- she handles it appropriately for the age group of readers and I'm happy she stayed true to herself and her characters and the choices they made. Overall, I think Carson did an excellent job of wrapping up such an epic trilogy and I loved watching Elisa evolve such a strong, self-assured woman. *Received a copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.*
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Excellent Ending to a great Series! Thank you Rae Carson!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The first one hundred and fifty pages could have been reduced to one chapter. There is a lack of depth to Amelia's character that prevents you from relating to her. The last hundred pages read like they were written by a different author! You actually begin to like these two and to be drawn in by their story. This story would be better suited as a novella due to the lack of substance in the first half+ of the book. I'm not sure if I want to continue reading this author. Maybe I will try one more book, only because this book ended well.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was please with it. It answered all my questions. Then, when i thought it could not get any better, some of it was in hector's pov!!!! I felt all the female charater were amazing. This is a great book for ya!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
got everything I wanted all my questions answered and everyone got their happy ending definitely pleased with the entire series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A wonderful ending to a brilliant YA trilogy. As a former high school English teacher, I highly recommend this trilogy. By far it is one of the best currently in print.
julie45 More than 1 year ago
I couldn't put it down
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have now read all three books in this series plus a couple prequels while I was waiting for this book to come out. Very good series for all ages. Romance without smut, action without desriptive gore, and interesting science fiction. Thank you for this great series!
Krissybear More than 1 year ago
This series is...beyond excellent. Rae Carson's writing it fantastic and keeps you engrossed in the story every page. Little bit of humor and daring journeys makes this novel amazing. I love the fact that it is written very maturely and not like a teen age girl wrote it. This book series is great for adults and teens. But the best part of this series is how the main girl (Elisa) is an amazing leader, fearless and not a true friend to people. She's not your typical "oh I need a man to help me" like most teen romance books. The other best part is the love between Hector and Elisa, although it is a book, you can feel their love for each other. It's amazing. Everyone needs to read this series, it will change you!
Bonnie_W More than 1 year ago
From desert to snow, Rae Carson has delivered an epic fantasy series that encompasses dangerous terrain and is fully satisfying, gripping, and thrilling. Appropriately named THE BITTER KINGDOM on many levels, picking up the final novel for the first time left a bitter taste in my mouth. This book broke my heart--in all the best ways. Over the course of the series, Rae Carson has gotten better and better. Each book exceeds the last. Even her e-novellas have depth and merit, well worth your $2.99. Carson has become one of my favorite high fantasy authors, and I'm already anticipating a new series by her. I'm devastated that the series has ended; it's like I've lost a cherished best friend. The series ends on a high note, and if you haven't yet made the leap, I envy you. Seriously, I envy you. You get to read these amazing books for the first time. One of my friends is reading the first book now on my suggestion, and it makes me so envious. I seriously want to cry every time I think about the fact that I'm finished this series. I feel so barren without it in my life! Thank goodness for the ability to re-read! ****There are spoilers from the end of THE CROWN OF EMBERS in this summary, so if you haven't read it yet, please check out this review instead or of the first book, THE GIRL OF FIRE AND THORNS.**** Elisa has come so far and changed  a great deal over the course of the series. She's gone from being a whiny princess who sits around and eats non-stop without a care in the world to a young queen willing to risk everything in order to protect her loved ones and an entire kingdom. With the way THE CROWN OF EMBERS ended, I thought THE BITTER KINGDOM would revolve around the rescue of Hector, and while it begins that way, it's not the true purpose of the novel. Characters continue to work together and aid one another in ways that make me admire Carson even more, and the plot is richer and fuller than I imagined it could be. Everything comes full circle, and while new questions are raised in unexpected ways (I would love a companion series centuries in the future that pick up on the fruition of Elisa's Purpose), nothing is left hanging. The resolutions are satisfying and make me both happy and sad--happy because the book is just so good, and sad because...this journey is over. I still can't quite comprehend that; I'm pretty sure I'm in withdrawal. I already need to re-read this series and have been sitting on the final novella! I don't want to give anything about the plot away, but it amazes me to see the way Carson opens up new characters. We explore villains and their motivations. We learn a bit about their culture. We have gone from steaming hot deserts to frigid, snow-capped mountains. The journey is more sparse this time around; you can tell in the lack of food description alone! Elisa and company have endured so much over the course of the series, and will suffer through even more before encountering destiny. Carson is incredibly gifted at writing. Small decisions become monumental and make you stop and savor/reflect, only to be followed by moments of humor to make the emotions dissipate. She is queen at playing with reader emotions. Elisa is such a strong female role model, and it's great to see a girl kicking butt and saving the guy for once--especially when he's okay with that! So refreshing. And Hector...how I adore Hector. He has to be a favorite of mine. When I re-read THE GIRL OF FIRE AND THORNS before reading THE CROWN OF EMBERS for the first time, I saw a hint of something, but I wasn't sure until later in TCOE...much as I was rooting for it to be the case. After everything Elisa has endured, she deserves happiness and true love, and Hector is just right for her. I've even fallen in love with secondary characters from the series, however, and it's like they've all become close friends. You understand what makes them tick and what they care about. This deepens upon reading the e-novellas, though they're not necessary to the main plot. I can't say it enough: Carson is superb at character development. There's a lot of gushing in this review, and little summary, since there are so many spoilers by now. I apologize. I love this series so much, though, and if you haven't read it or finished (Hey, I wasn't in True Love on my first go-round, either! Just in Serious Like) yet, you owe it to yourself to give the Fire and Thorns Trilogy a genuine chance...especially since you have a chance to win the whole series below!
Alyssa75 More than 1 year ago
***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** The Bitter Kingdom by Rae Carson Book Three of the Fire and Thorns series Publisher: Greenwillow Books Publication Date: August 27, 2013 Rating: 4 stars Source: eARC from Edelweiss Summary (from Goodreads): Elisa is a fugitive in her own country. Her enemies have stolen the man she loves in order to lure her to the gate of darkness. As she and her daring companions take one last quest into unknown enemy territory to save Hector, Elisa will face hardships she's never imagined. And she will discover secrets about herself and her world that could change the course of history. She must rise up as champion-a champion to those who have hated her most. Riveting, surprising, and achingly romantic, Rae Carson has spun a bold and powerful conclusion to her extraordinary trilogy. What I Liked: SPOILER FREE REVIEW! I think. Well, read at your own risk. Definitely spoilers for Book One and Book Two. But I think I did a good job of keeping spoilers out of this review for Book Three. Ahhhh, I loved this book so much! I can't believe this series is over! I read The Girl of Fire and Thorns two years ago, and I didn't absolutely love it. It was good, but I wasn't a huge fan, and I didn't really remember much of the book. Two years later, I attempted to read The Crown of Embers, and loved it! I read it because I knew I'd have to read this one - this one being a requested eARC. Well, despite the fact that I didn't completely love the first book, didn't really remember it, but then really liked the second book, I was completely blown away by this conclusion! The second book ended in a cliffhanger, and I know a lot of people who read it but haven't had the chance to read The Bitter Kingdom were in agony. I was lucky in that right after I read book two, I jumped into book three. So, the cliffhanger didn't seem so bad. Carson splits this book up into several sections. First, Elisa is on a mission to get Hector back. Then, she needs to go to the land of Inviernos to settle things. Then, she needs to go back to Cosme's land, to meet with Cosme and Alodia (the meeting of the queens that was mentioned at the end of book two). With Elisa is Mara, her loyal handmaid, Belen, her loyal friend and guard (since Hector was captured), Storm, an Invierno-turned-loyal-subject, and a new addition - a small child named Mula. She's about Prince Rosario's age, give or take. While chasing Hector's captors, Elisa and her companions stay at an inn, where they see this young mixed-breed girl being treated badly. Elisa frees her of the inn, and Mula joins them in the search for Hector. I feel like this isn't a spoiler, but they eventually find and rescue Hector. Actually, he was doing a pretty good job of rescuing himself. But anyway, that was nice. One of my favorite scenes is when Elisa tells him she has engaged the two of them to be married. Poor Hector! So Hector comes with them to the Invierno capital. Things happen. Storm and his sister Waterfall get them an audience with their father (I believe it's their father). Things happen. Then Waterfall joins the group in heading back to meet Cosme. More things happen. Then, the final battle. I loved the plot of this book. Not once was I bored, or about to throw my Kindle at the wall. And Carson has a way of throwing things into the plot that you don't see coming, but that are totally necessary to the story. I like what she did with Elisa and the oasis - that was unexpected. The romance is so sweet. I am convinced that Hector is the best male heroine in Young Adult literature that I have encountered. When I say "best", I mean he is honorable, loyal, courageous, selfless, committed... I could go on. He is so sweet and powerful and protective and amazing. Margot from Epic Reads and I started a meme on Twitter - #GoodGuyHector. He's an all-around good guy! He's definitely one of my favorite heroes. Did I mention that Hector's point-of-view is occasionally thrown around in this book? YES! It's not just Elisa! We get Hector's view on things every few scenes! It's awesome!  I think this book - and series - ended extremely well! You know that sad feeling you get when a series is over? I experienced no such thing. Carson ended this series so perfectly, and I loved it. I was so happy when this book ended - especially the way it did. What I Did Not Like: This is going to sound ridiculous, but I've had this problem since the beginning of the series. Usually, I'm really good with remembering names of people, places, things, etc., in fantasy novels and books in general. But I seriously could NOT keep up with the amount of names for all the places in this book. And some of the people's names slipped through the cracks as well. There are so many terms and people and places that aren't in English that I had a hard time remembering. For the life of me, I have no idea what any of the places are called - except Brisadulce, and Joya something. I feel like this can't just be me. I had this problem in book one, book two, and book three. Usually, I do an excellent job of categorizing and remembering all of the weird terms and names. In this book (and series)? Not so much. Would I Recommend It: Yesssss! This is an awesome high fantasy series that I started out sort of shaky but ended up completely loving. The romance is amazing, but the politics and other plots of this story is what made it truly unique. Rating: 4 stars. I hope any and/or all of you reading this review will check out this series! I'm so glad I stuck with it.
Anonymous 4 months ago
I loved this adventure! I could not put it down. The character development is so detailed and cunning. I really enjoyed the series.
Anonymous 9 months ago
This series is great! Im 32 and i loved it. It is written sobwonderfully i felt like i was there. I say this is a series you HAVE to read!!!!!
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I loved this whole series from begining to end. I loved how Storm AND Elisa both get to use their Godstones. I LOVE this book and series
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I couldn't stop reading I could never put down my nook
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A cisgusting, improbable story about a fat, hormonal teenager pretending to be queen. None of the events that happened in this book would ever happen. In particular, Alodia would never swear allegiance to idiotic Elisa. Elisa is utterly unlikeab,e. Her ego is astonishing. I wished for he death all through this book. Every time she said "my country" about a country she had no business in I wated to throw up. Everything she saw was "hers," according to her. It was repulsive. The error goes back to the first book and was compounded with the others. Under no circumstances would this adolescent interloper,who no one even saw wed the king, be made queen. No king would be so stupid and irresponsible.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I would say this was a solid finish to this series. I would not say it was the best one of the series, or even the second best, but everything was resolved in a manner that was satisfying, and there was no urge from me to throw the book against the wall in frustration. Which I have done in the past. I love Hector, the male love interest, and I don't say this often. There is another series I am reading where I wish the main heroine would pitch her love interest off a cliff. But in this series Hector was patient, selfless, loving, kind..and more than willing to let Elisa shine on her own even if it means he get to play second fiddle. No ego. It was refreshing. Their romance was nicely nurtured from book one till this point, and because of that..their great love did not feel like it came out of nowhere to slap you with it's existence. I also enjoyed Elisa's growth in this book, her journey finally ending when she realized what made her great all along was not her power, but herself. That she was always brilliant...she just had to see it herself and believe it. Then other follow. Kind of fake it till you make it. Now what made me less enthused about this installment was that pretty much the whole book were the character traveling from one place to the next. Traveling over land. Traveling underground. Traveling in rain. Traveling in snow. Traveling with horses. Traveling on foot. Traveling. There were a lot of sentences about what they were eating around the fire and what their horses were doing...and that is fine..in that it kept things moving...literally. But after a while..it became tedious. I mean there was plenty of action in the form of fighting and political intrigue...but it took a minute to get there. Also, some of the political solutions, especially with the Invierno, I felt were a bit rushed and easy. To me, making pace with an enemy you have been fighting for generations with...would not happen so easily and neatly. These were my main issue. But the series as a whole is excellent and I would recommend.
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The first two books rocked, but this was disapointing.
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After almost being assassinsted by someone in her own court, Elisa has to go on the hardest and most dangerous journey in her life. When she trys to find the Zafira the gate of life and the lan of power she has to save the one man tha she loves with all her heart after he was taken by a traitor. Will Elisa find th land of power and gate of life and be able to save her one true love? Or will h die trying to get ti th gate of life? Or will sbe die by trying to save her true love? I recommend thus book to everyone! This is an amazing book and series and the ending of all three is amazing!!
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