Series: Isian #3
Published by Smashwords Edition on January 15th 2016
Genres: Fantasy, Romance
I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Goodreads
Many prophecies have been uttered about the impending war and those who will seek to stop it. With the war finally upon them, Rimelda, a talented seer, has heard the prophecies and believes she can help. Prince Ander, doubtful of her abilities and her true intensions, but determined to save his kingdom accepts her help and they proceed on a quest to end the war.Hindered by enemies as well as their own doubts, Ander and Rimelda must search for guidance in unlikely places and unravel the mysteries of the prophecies.
With the world shrouded in darkness, will Ander accept his destiny in time to save the kingdoms and will he admit his true feelings for Rimelda?
Prince Ander is on a quest to end the darkness of the war that is open the world. He seeks the help of seeyer Rimelda who he feels has led him astray. As peril seeks to destroy everything they know they proceed. Will they find the one who can save them from imminent destruction?
In An Oyster Shell – An astounding conclusion to the Isian Series.
The Pearls – Prince Ander was a strong supporting character in the first book and made a small appearance in the second book. You get a great peek at his character in those two roles. It is just expanded upon in this book. I am glad Prince Ander got his own book he is a really great character. Character development is one of Clarkes big strengths.
The world-building phenomenon continued. It was nice to have continuity set from the previous books. I felt like you still got to see a new side to the world. More magical creatures!
Each book in the series works well as a stand-alone but shines brightly as a series. I like this authors talent for great plot. The plot was strong in this book and a series. Serena Clarke is a very talented writer. Can’t wait to read more from her!
The Sand – The pacing of this book was a little slower than the previous ones.