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The World's End

By Rin Chupeco
The World's End by Rin Chupeco digital book - Fable

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The thrilling conclusion to the A Hundred Names for Magic trilogy is not your average fairytale. An unforgettable alternative history fairy-tale series from the author of The Bone Witch about found family, modern day magic, and finding the place you belong.

It's been three months since the Snow Queen and OzCorp infiltrated Maidenkeep and nearly seized the Nine Maidens. Ryker is still unconscious and the rest of the group is feeling the effects of the prolonged war. Not to mention that Abigail Fey's curse has far-reaching consequences, and many in the Royal States have been using it to stir unrest and hostilities against Avalon. 

When the Adarna, a firebird-like creature appears in Avalon, the gang discovers it is one of seven magical artifacts that the Snow Queen has been searching for, in her bid to open a portal to Buyan-a place that could grant her tremendous power. Determined to find the artifacts first the Bandersnatchers find information about the other five: The Singing Bone, The Hamelin Flute, The Tamatebako, The Lotus Lanternm The Raskovnik, and The Wonderland Tree.

But the Snow Queen will stop at nothing to get to the relics first. And as the final battle approaches, both sides will lose the ones they love as the fight to save or destroy Avalon finally comes to be. 

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“1.5 This, unfortunately, was not a good book. I sped through it because I wanted to be done reading it, and I only picked it up in the first place to be able to have finished the series. This book is almost entirely dialogue. It’s extremely fast paced to a fault–in the last book, we got POVs from a variety of characters and got to know each of them much more intimately as individuals and couples. The multi POV route was completely abandoned here, focusing only on Tala. The world is saturated with fairytales and popular children’s stories. We have historical figures like Alice (from Wonderland) & her lover Cheshire (who looks like a cat), Peter Pan and Captain Hook, Arthur and Merlin, and present figures like Baba Yaga. It’s all over the place and feels like the author was just trying to cram as much into a single world as they possibly could. Moreover, there was yet still far too much prophesying in this book. It became very annoying that all the characters were reacting the same way to each prophecy (it is inevitable and everything will be bad) up until the bitter end when Tala finally comes around to taking the stance that predestination does not undermine or negate free will. I really just read this book for Loki (who the author misgendered one time in this book) because I love them. They have their moment(s) of being the star, and those were my favorites.”
Loudly Crying Face“😭😭😭💔”
Characters change and growDiverse charactersLikable charactersMulti-layered charactersFast-pacedMagical settingHeartbreakingThought-provoking

About Rin Chupeco

Despite uncanny resemblances to Japanese revenants, Rin Chupeco has always maintained their sense of humor. Raised in Manila, Philippines, they keep four pets: a dog, two birds, and a husband. They’ve been a technical writer and a travel blogger but now make things up for a living. They are the author of The Girl from the Well, The Suffering, The Bone Witch trilogy, and the A Hundred Names for Magic trilogy. Connect with Rin at rinchupeco.com.

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