➲ Ally (On the Bones of Gods Book 3) Read ➺ Author K. Eason – Justinfoline.us

Ally (On the Bones of Gods Book 3) The City Of Illharek Teeters On The Edge Of War Rival Godsworn Battle In Both The Suburban Streets And The Senate Chambers And In The Fields And Forests, A Taliri Army Plots Its Attack.When A Rebel Faction Of Taliri Offers To Help Defeat Tal Shik, Dekklis Sends Snow And Her Partner, Veiko, North To Cardik S Ruins The Taliri Say That Tal Shik S Avatar Lives In The Ruins, And They Want Snow And Veiko To Kill Her Instead, They Discover A City Full Of Angry Dead, Betrayal, And An Unexpected Ally.Meanwhile, Dekklis, Now A Senator, Tries To Keep The Peace In Illharek By Making Allies Of The Powerful Academy And Enlisting The Laughing God S Help To Control The Suburba But When A Godsworn Assassin Tries To Kill Her, The Fragile Peace Shatters, And The Suburba Erupts Into Violence.As Dekklis Restores Order On The Tip Of A Legion Sword, Snow And Veiko Concoct A Plan To Defeat Tal Shik But As The Taliri Army Bears Down On Illharek, Their Alliance And Friendship Starts To Crack Because This Isn T A Battle For Illharek S Streets, It S A Battle For Illharek S Soul And Some Costs Might Be Too High

    10 thoughts on “➲ Ally (On the Bones of Gods Book 3) Read ➺ Author K. Eason – Justinfoline.us


  1. says:

    This series is so good, and ALLY is a perfect closing volume When the first two books came out I couldn t wait for the third, so when I got offered an early copy by my agent, I jumped at it It was everything I hoped it would be My only disappointment with ...


  2. says:

    Look, it s hard to write a truly original fantasy novel series There are clearly elements of this trilogy that are reflections of other work that has come before it, especially this third book was the dragon really necessary That said, I was impressed by the level of originality here and there was a lot to like 1 Both of the female protagonists are POC That is incredibly uncommon in fantasy books They are also both complicated characters that are neither heroes nor anti heroes which is Look, it s hard to write a truly original fantasy novel series There are clearly elements of this trilogy that are reflections of other work that has come before it, especially this third book was the dragon really necessary That said, I was impressed by the level of originality here and there was a lot to like 1 Both of the female protagonists are POC That is incredibly uncommon in fantasy books They are also both complicated characters that are neither heroes nor anti heroes which is also refreshing 2 the storyline here is pretty complicated You have the two gods and their adherents, but then you also have the Dvergi...


  3. says:

    4.5 starsWhile I still loved this book I feel that it lacked a little in the areas of characters perspective and in the way the plot was laid out In the first two books Eason really did a terrific job of showing us the story through the characters eyes and unveiling the plot through their understanding in this bookof the plot seems to get revealed to the reader after the fact without that, it just gets plopped into the readers lap in a kind of second handed way which was a little disapp 4.5 starsWhile I still loved this book I feel that it lacked a little in the areas of...


  4. says:

    Exceptional fantasyI read a lot of fantasy and sci fi, or I should say, I start a lot of fantasy and sci fi These days I have no patience with the mediocre ones but the goods one are hard to find This is a good one Gritty, to be sure, also real, passionate, and surprisingly compassionate The relationships are handled deftly and ...


  5. says:

    An excellent ending to the seriesA true delight, with a fresh perspective and as warm as it is dark The final book in the series was worth waiting for The author created a whole new world and characters to hate and love in this series.


  6. says:

    Excellent Excellent conclusion Leaves you guessing how it will play out, fast paced, strong characters, and great storyline Makes me wantfrom this author and from this world she created Love Snow and Veiko and their menagerie.


  7. says:

    Spectacular conclusionNo disappointment in the conclusion a satisfying end to an utterly engaging tale Clever and fast paced full of rich detail.


  8. says:

    A good end to an entertaining trilogy

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