Publish date: September 17th 2004
Pages no: 702
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Epic Fantasy
, High Fantasy
, Adult Fiction
, Alternate History
, Dark Fantasy
Series: Phèdre's Trilogy (#3)
Note: It is possible to read this book as a stand alone as relevant events from Book 1 and Book 2 are reflected upon in enough detail for a reader of Book 3 to grasp the point. However, I highly recommend reading the earlier books so that you get the most out of this book. Set 10 years after Book 2,...
A very satisfying ending to Phedre's trilogy. This book wraps up all of the major story lines from the series, and it does so with the characteristic emotion, action, spirituality, and world-building of the entire trilogy. This is the third book in what became a much larger series set in Carey's w...
This is the third and last book of the trilogy that describes the life of Phèdre. This review assumes you read Kushiel's Dart and Kushiel's Chosen. Let's get my main impression out of the way first; this book disappointed me. Everything was fine for the first half. Ten years after the events of...
Kushiel's Avatar is the concluding book in a trilogy that begins with Kushiel's Dart and continued in Kushiel's Chosen, so you should read those books first. Phedre is a very engaging heroine, and Carey writes this pseudo-Renaissance pagan world evocatively and sensually and I love how she intertw...
Ten years later Phedre has been resting and enjoying her life but she finds herself trying to work out a way to rescue Hyacinthe. It's interesting but it didn't feel like there was 10 years between this and the previous book, it felt like only a few short years. There was a lot of the story tha...
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