4 holy plot twist stars!!
So these books are wonderful… the thought that goes into each one how the cause and effect works. There are a ton of story lines in these books but once they connect it’s like holy cow I can’t believe that happened. You never know with each chapter what is going to happen.
I’m not going to lie it took me a little while longer to get into this one. I know Brent Weeks was just setting everything up in the beginning but I couldn’t see where it was going. If you read this series you must invest time it’s not a series where you can skip a paragraph. Every word, every paragraph is important. That being said there were a ton of twists I did not see coming in this book. The last 200 or so pages flew by it all happened so fast and I was left feeling upset I needed more. What happens now?? That twist at the end… I so did not see that coming. I do not know if I still like that character now or not.
I can’t write a big review because well so much happens in each book and I don’t want to spoil anything. I will say I am team Teia she is probably one of my favorite characters. That being said Brent Weeks will probably kill her off in the next book!! ugh.
I highly recommend this series..
As the old gods awaken, the Chromeria is in a race to find its lost Prism, the only man who may be able to stop catastrophe, Gavin Guile. But Gavin’s enslaved on a galley, and when he finally escapes, he finds himself in less than friendly hands. Without the ability to draft which has defined him . . .
Meanwhile, the Color Prince’s army continues its inexorable advance, having swallowed two of the seven satrapies, they now invade the Blood Forest. Andross Guile, thinking his son Gavin lost, tasks his two grandsons with stopping the advance. Kip and his psychopathic half-brother Zymun will compete for the ultimate prize: who will become the next Prism.