So sad, this is the last book of the series. Carthya is finally at war with all it’s bordering countries, and Sage must once again figure out a way to save the day (and his country). He still doesn’t share any of his plans with the reader until the dramatic conclusion, but by this time I’m wise to his tricks, so I was watching for clues. …I still didn’t know what his plan was.
The series ended on a good note and I was completely satisfied with the ending, which tends to be rare for me.
My only real problem with this book is that Sage’s story is now done. 🙁
This series is just pure joy for me and everyone should read it.