(Threats of Sky and Sea #3)
Publication date: September 27th 2016
Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult
War hurtles in, a typhoon over the sea.
After Bree’s life was torn apart, Nereidium had represented a haven to her. A place that—if she could save it—was beyond the King’s reach.
And, at last, she’s arrived upon its shores. But things in Nereidium are not what they should be.
The land is plagued by a rash of mysterious earthquakes, the likes of which it’s never known. The governors are distracted by old traditions, while Bree and her friends grapple with changing identities and the sense that the longer they wait to take action… the greater the danger from Egria grows.
Bree is tired of living under the shadow of King Langdon’s power. And she’s tired of waiting for him to be the first to act.
In this final chapter of the Threats of Sky and Sea series, it all comes down to Nereidium or Egria. To Bree or the King. It’s kill… or be killed.
And not everyone will escape the battle unscathed.
(I received this book free from the Author in exchange for my honest review.)
My Rating: 4 Stars
Picking up right where the last left off, we are face with the downfall of the book before. Though the shock is over, I felt that opening could have kept some of that shock, before it was played down.
I will say that I won’t be going to munch into the book, as this is the last one and I don’t want to spoil anything. So I’m going to tell you what stood out to me.
This book was a perfect ending to this wonderful trilogy. More questions are answered, most of the loss ends are concluded and the character’s growth through out this last book was incredible.
I have to say I was sad to see this series end. It was a fast thrill ridge of betrayal, lost and finding. I don’t think I’ve read a series like this in sometime, and as I said I’m sad to see it go.
The openness of this ending leads me to believe that maybe there might be a short story in the future, just something to finish up the last of the lose ends. But over all, I was happy with this book and I highly recommend it.
Jennifer Ellision was born and raised in South Florida and lives in perpetual fear of temperatures below 60F. She spent a great deal of her childhood staying up past her bedtime with a book and a flashlight. When she couldn’t find the stories she wanted to read, she started writing them. She has an OTP, loves character analysis, and is a master of the fangirl flail, with a particular soft spot for fanfiction. She frequently bursts into song (and they are often of a Disney persuasion). Sailor Moon is one of her favorite things on this planet.
Threats of Sky and Sea is her first novel.
She also blogs at The Bevy Bibliotheque, where she talks about books, TV, movies, and other things that she goes fangirl over. For review requests or blog inquiries, please visit http://www.thebevybibliotheque.net to contact the blogger who best suits your request.