Battles are waged across two universes as Ian and Rayne forge an alliance with unconventional allies while the others search for a way to exploit their enemies weaknesses in this explosive and action packed conclusion to the Weir Chronicles.
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Everyone is back together and hiding in a new location. But when Patrick discovers who his father is he sets off some earthquakes and gives them away. From there the pace steps up as everyone tries to keep ahead of Aeros and the Primary as they try to gather enough people to stop them. But this is no simple war. Thrae has almost fallen and Aeros and the Primary are gathering their wealth to try to hide on Smara. Ian, Jaered, and Patrick have their work cut out for them as they try to figure out how to break the curse that keeps the Pur and Duach separate. But will that be enough to stop Aeros and the Primary. This book starts with a bang and just goes from there. This is a great story yet has such heartbreak in it. Thrae is almost dead, those that fought back got sent to prisons, and not all of those that we have come to care for will make it through the battle. This has been an amazing series. It is full of twists and turns and love and heartache. The ending was bittersweet. Although I wanted to know what happened to wrap the series up, I admit that I didn’t really want to leave this world where it was at the end. I wanted more. This is a killer series and one that I strongly recommend. I have loved it from the first book and hated to put down the last. I can’t wait for the next book of Sue Duff’s. I received a complimentary copy of this book. I voluntarily chose to read and post an honest review.