All is Fair: The Split Worlds - Book Three
Caught in the insidious designs of powerful puppet-masters and playing a life-or-death game for control, Cathy and her comrades face their greatest challenge yet: changing the balance of power in the Split Worlds. Now at the heart of the Londinium Court, deceit and murder track Will’s steps as... show more
Caught in the insidious designs of powerful puppet-masters and playing a life-or-death game for control, Cathy and her comrades face their greatest challenge yet: changing the balance of power in the Split Worlds.
Now at the heart of the Londinium Court, deceit and murder track Will’s steps as he assumes his new role as Duke. Faced with threats to his throne and his life, the consequences of his bloody actions are already coming back to haunt him...
Meanwhile, Cathy, wrestling with the constraints of the Agency and Dame Iris, comes to terms with her new status in Fae-touched society and seeks others who feel just as restricted by its outdated social rules. As Max works with Cathy to uncover the horrors that underpin Fae-touched society, he bears witness as the final blow is struck against the last Sorcerers in Albion…
Publish date: 2016-02-21
Publisher: Diversion Books
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
Series: The Split Worlds (#3)
Series: Split Worlds #3 This book took me quite a while to get through, so this is actually the first book I've finished in December, but that shouldn't be viewed as a negative reflection on the book. The book (and the series) is great. Here we have the aftermath of the last book playing out and C...
I had reluctance reading this as I didn't want the series to be over. It did end well and left room for more in this world and more with the characters involved. Sam is mourning his wife's death and discovers things about her that changes what he thinks about their relationship. Her former boss i...
3.5 Starshmmm... am hovering between rounding up and down.Good stuff, a great series.. but somehow some of the things felt rushed.
Interesting third installment of an enchanting story. Even without having read the first two books I was able to enjoy this one. The plot and characters are appealing although a few are much easier to connect to than most of the others. The author is able to engage the reader's attention and keep it...