The Wizard of Eventide by Jon Skovron
The Goddess War #3
As Vittorio’s empire enacts its bloody reign, the Uaine now behind him after a stunning betrayal, a reunited Sonya and Sebastian must embark on a journey to distant lands to amend past wrongs—and find unlikely allies along the way.
In far Raiz, Jorge has his hands full enough with the devastation the Empire left behind. But the battle isn’t over, and the sovereignty of his nation will depend on his ability to band together the ancient houses—and recruiting a figure straight out of legend.
Galina, now Queen of Izmoroz, rules her land with an iron fist in a velvet glove. But heavy is the crown, and enemies lie in wait both within and without her dominion. To realize her vision for a free Izmoroz at last, she’ll have to fight with much more than politics.
What I thought
Thank you Orbit Books and Netgalley for giving me an ARC of this book for an honest review. All thoughts and feelings expressed are my own.
This is the third and final book in the Goddess War Series. Due to this being the final book, I am going to try to keep this review short and spoiler free. This is a multiple POV series, and as the story grows you get to see perspectives from all over the continent they are living on. Each country is very different, and I loved seeing how they represented all the different cultures and religions in this story.
This final book was a wonderful ending to the trilogy. At the end of the book, the author went into the future a little bit and gave us the closure we all needed. Throughout this series, I was very attached to Sonya and her ending I found to be interesting. It was definitely one that I did not see coming until it happened. Sebastian’s ending was everything that I could have hoped for and more. Sebastian grows so much throughout this series, and I was beyond happy to see the ending that he received. Jorge’s ending was utter perfection. I will say no more on his because you won’t really see that coming until you read this book.
The first book in this series will always be my favorite. There was just something about it that I just loved. Books two and three were not bad books, they just did not live up to the same magic I felt in that first one.
This is a vastly underrated series, and I love how the author made room to write other books in this series if they choose to.
My Rating: /5
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