*I was provided a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*
Okay, guys, this one is a tough review to write. This is book three and the final book in the Thanatos Trilogy and I'm not ready for it to be over. For those of you who have read my blog since the beginning (hi mom!) or have scrolled back, you'll know that Imber and Tellus were the very first books I reviewed here. As I've gone on through my book blog to start a bookstagram I've actually been able to talk to Tyffany and joined her street-team and writer's discord. Seeing the things she has been talking about over the last year actually come together into a book is so awe-inspiring and when I finished the book the thrill of seeing my name mentioned in the thank you's made me cry. Tyffany's impact on my life goes beyond her wonderful books to a permanent imprint on what it means to be a writer.
Alrighty now that the sappy stuff is out of the way, the actual review. AHAHAHHSHDOIFPSDJ SDOJPO JCOPWNPj. The feelings, the emotions, You are right there in the thick of it with them the whole time. Laughs and smiles and torments.
I have extreme apologies to make to our dearest Lucian for accusations I made in the last review.
Also, I will sword fight anyone and everyone for Jyn's happiness. He is my book-boyfriend....(sorry hubby)
Our Queen Natylia and her dearest Camion go through a lot of trauma in this book which leads to a trigger warning for abuse. "He had my heart in chains and every second that ticked past was an eternity that pounded in my ears."
Nat loses her temper a few times as she learns to manage her power and cope with her unstable life. " My fist, wrapped in sparkling magic, slammed into his jaw before I could think the motion through. The hit was an immediate shower of ice water to my rage."
The only downside I had was there were so many characters by the final battle that I couldn't keep track of them all. The front of the book has a sort-of glossary of characters so I think reading the physical book or to be smart enough to put a bookmark on the e-book page would solve that problem. (Or be better with names than I am lol)
I pre-ordered the full set and am so excited to have physical copies to be able to reread and show off on Bookstagram!
If you're ready to join me on this rollercoaster ride of emotions Ventus releases on July 24th and is available to order on amazon or read on Kindle Unlimited.
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