Titans of Chaos: The Fantastic Climax of the Chronicles of Chaos

Titans of Chaos: The Fantastic Climax of the Chronicles of Chaos

by John C. Wright
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Titans of Chaos (Chronicles of Chaos Series #3) 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Their forms were changed into earth children and they never knew their heritage nor did they know about their considerable powers. Instead they were raised in an orphanage surrounded by walls with no one allowed to enter or leave this realm. They cling to one another and learn to work together in exchange for a shaky peace with Chaos. The children grew up and yearned to learn who they are so they fought for freedom. --- The first thing they did was book a cruise, but the Olympians and their allies blockade the ship. This forces Vanity, a prisoner of the Olympian conquered immortal Phoenicians, to summon the Silvery Ship, which answers to her commands. The vessel takes her and her compatriots to a deserted island where they learn to control and find the limits of their power. They must protect one another because if even one dies, the war between the Olympians and Chaos will resume with one outcome, the end of the world they call home. --- The exhilarating story that began with the ORPHANS OF CHAOS, continued with the FUGITIVES OF CHAOS and now finishes with the TITANS OF CHAOS as the five children of Chaos are more mature with a cause as they were raised as earth children. Thus their loyalty is not to their lineage, but to their adopted home with nurturing superseding naturing. As a unit with a one for all and all for one mentality these Chaos offspring are willing to fight both sides in order to keep their ¿adopted¿ world safe. John C. Wright proves he has the right stuff as he provides a fabulous finale to a great trilogy that the Potter crowd will relish. --- Harriet Klausner
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NJ_Eric More than 1 year ago
I love this series and only wish it had more than three books in it. I am reaching the end of the third book, Titans of Chaos, and while I'm dying to find out the conclusion, I'm dreading not having any more to read about Amelia, the girl who can see and move through multiple extra dimensions; Colin, the boy who can do almost anything he wants if he's inspired enough; Quentin, the friend of the spirits (not a magician!); Victor, the atomically manipulating stoic; and Vanity, the Phaecian with the great boat and the ability to find passages, compartments, and shortcuts where it is questionable they existed before. SPOILER ALERTS: This book was, unfortunately, the worst of the three, and not just because it ends the series. The battles seem very repetitve at times and seem to go on en endless cycle of having the chaoticists almost die, then live, then almost die, then live, have a battle to end all battles, and, no wait, there's actually another battle bigger than the last one. Perhaps this would work really well in a film, though I don't know that this book has reached the popular appeal typical of a novel turned into a movie. I still think it was well written, however, and I was very happy with how Mr. Wright decided to end it. Obviously, if you have read the first two, you will be too hooked to not buy this book and find out the ending, but while it does get frustrating at some points, overall I am sure you will be pleased, as well.
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