A Conjuring of Light
Witness the fate of beloved heroes and notorious foes in the heart-stopping conclusion to V.E. Schwab's New York Times bestselling Shades of Magic trilogy.As darkness sweeps the Maresh Empire, the once precarious balance of power among the four Londons has reached its breaking point.In the wake... show more
Witness the fate of beloved heroes and notorious foes in the heart-stopping conclusion to V.E. Schwab's New York Times bestselling Shades of Magic trilogy.As darkness sweeps the Maresh Empire, the once precarious balance of power among the four Londons has reached its breaking point.In the wake of tragedy, Kell--once assumed to be the last surviving Antari--begins to waver
Pages no: 640
Edition language: English
Series: A Darker Shade of Magic (#3)
⭐5 stars⭐Magic made everything feel so impermanent, it was easy to forget that some things, once changed, could never be undone. That not everything was either changeable or infinite. Some roads kept going, and others had an end.Anoshe my babies..
Lots of interesting ideas in this, but didn't really connect for me. Felt like some dangling plot threads, but there was so much going on maybe I just missed something? Easy to do in 600 pages, lol. I think this might have done better as a longer series with more time to get to know the characters, ...
This is going to be a shorter review than I usually write because I'm basically just going to tell you to read this. Now. If you were putting off starting this trilogy because you were waiting for them all to come out, or you were waiting to dive into this volume until you got confirmation that the ...
I am such a jumble of emotions right now that I find it hard to collect my thoughts BUT I'll try because this book's praises need to be heard. “Are you strong enough to win?” she asked. Was he? This wasn’t a tournament magician. Wasn’t even a sliver of magic like Vitari. Osaron had destroyed an enti...
I am hollow, empty, a wrung-out rag, a blubbering mess. This book destroyed me, put me back together, tore me apart again, and then patched me back up with tape, and I can't form words to describe it and how I feel, except with a never-ending scream.Hopefully I'll actually manage getting a review up...
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