The Final Quest
Wonderful. A very tidy ending. Horrific antagonists. Desperate situations.
The third book of what was initially a trilogy(and which now has had two 'interqels' added) feels more like part two of the Grail War. It seems to pick up immediately after the last book ended, and the last books ending felt more like the climax of an act than the climax of a complete story. Once again, we enter a world of horror and war. This one is set after the horrific, climactic, almost nuclear conflagration of the last one, and the characters wander in a landscape wasted by fire and psycho [...]
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