Siege of Rage and Ruin (The Wells of Sorcery #3), by Django Wexler

4 Sisters Rule the World Stars!!!

Siege of Rage and Ruin (The Wells of Sorcery, #3)
Siege of Rage and Ruin is the explosive final adventure in Django Wexler’s The Wells of Sorcery trilogy, an action-packed epic fantasy saga.

Isoka has done the impossible–she’s captured the ghost ship Soliton.

With her crew of mages, including the love of her life Princess Meroe, Isoka returns to the empire that sent her on her deadly mission. She’s ready to hand over the ghost ship as ransom for her sister Tori’s life, but arrives to find her home city under siege. And Tori at the helm of a rebellion.

Neither Isoka’s mastery of combat magic, nor Tori’s proficiency with mind control, could have prepared them for the feelings their reunion surfaces. But they’re soon drawn back into the rebels’ fight to free the city that almost killed them

My Review…

As a series overall I really enjoyed it, as the final book however it was not my favorite. I was kind of hoping for an epic battle with lots of magical well usage and etc. I got a lot of self loathing and hating each other and miscommunication. It kind of felt rushed for an ending, I guess I was hoping for more.

Now I don’t want you to get the wrong idea, it had the same amazing characters. Almost everyone was back for more in this final book. As per usual I really enjoyed the side character more than the main characters. Jack and Zarun could have their own books and I would be completely fine with that. There was a little bit of political intrigue in this book but I didn’t find it as involved. I did like the introduction of the emperor and would have liked to of seen more of him. The use of magic in these books aka “wells” is so interesting and I would love to delve more into that. The sisters Tori and Isoka are very complicated in this book not quite understanding the woman they have both grown into.

Again this trilogy over all is very well written and a great world of new people and exciting magic. I would highly recommend it and I will continue to read this author. A very big thank you to my best buddy reader Danielle 😉 for reading this whole trilogy with me.

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About the Author…

Django Wexler

Django Wexler graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh with degrees in creative writing and computer science, and worked for the university in artificial intelligence research. Eventually he migrated to Microsoft in Seattle, where he now lives with two cats and a teetering mountain of books. When not planning Shadow Campaigns, he wrangles computers, paints tiny soldiers, and plays games of all sorts.

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