For two thousand years the Arameri family has ruled the world by enslaving the very gods that created mortalkind. Now the gods are free, and the Arameri’s ruthless grip is slipping. Yet they are all that stands between peace and world-spanning, unending war.
Shahar, last scion of the family, must choose her loyalties. She yearns to trust Sieh, the godling she loves. Yet her duty as Arameri heir is to uphold the family’s interests, even if that means using and destroying everyone she cares for.
As long-suppressed rage and terrible new magics consume the world, the Maelstrom — which even gods fear — is summoned forth. Shahar and Sieh: mortal and god, lovers and enemies. Can they stand together against the chaos that threatens?
I really should write a review the minute I finish the book, even if I am just a day late I feel all meh. Anyway…
This is the last book in this trilogy and it’s about Sieh, the kid, the trickster, the lonely one. He is, yes how to describe him? Like I said, a trickster. He can play one minute, rip people to pieces the next if they anger him. Godlings do what they want.
Then he meats Sharar and Deka. Siblings, one heir to the world. I can’t say more here cos the consequences echoes through out the whole book, they are the whole book. They are two proud kids cos they are after all Arameri. But they can also be loving, jealous and I will say no more.
There is also a shadow player in this book. A story I liked as everything looked so dark.
The book was better than the last, but then the last disappointed me to no end. But it still was not as good as the first, but then the first blew me away with it’s language. This one instead is a joy to read because of a good story, complex characters and a world that is old and well done, and a world that needs to change.
So I would say, good ending to this series. And yes the end, I really liked the end.
Series: The Inheritance cycle #3
Published: 2011 by Orbit
I did well in the TBR challenge and I am happy 😀
Rivers of London by Ben Aronovich
The Emperor’s soul by Brandon Sanderson
The kingdom by Amanda Stevens
The prophet by Amanda Stevens
Fair Game by Patricia Briggs
Dark Haven by Gail Z Martin
Black Howl by Christina Henry
Left hand magic by Nancy A Collins
Road trip of the living dead by Mark Henry
The Magician’s guild by Trudi Canavan
Kitty and the Midnight hour by Carrie Vaughn
Grave Memory by Kalayna Price
The kingdom of Gods by NK Jemisin
Osiris by Ej Swift
(2013 books but still counting)
A red sun also rises by Mark Hodder
A conspiracy of alchemists by Liesl Schwarz
Etiquette and espionage by Gail Carriger