The #1 New York Times bestselling author of Year One and Of Blood and Bone concludes her stunning trilogy that the New York Times Book Review praised as "A match for end-of-the-world classics like Stephen King's The Stand."
The Rise of Magicks not as magical
I’ve been looking forward to the last book in this trilogy for so many months. I preordered it to make sure I had it as soon as it was out. Sadly, it was nowhere near as engaging as the first two. It felt rushed and as if so much information was left unsaid. It actually reminded me of watching a movie made from a popular book....always so much is left out to be able to fit into the allotted time. Anyway, Nora Roberts still is a phenomenal author....just not one of my favorite books.
By Q-tip / letty
The first book actually scared me and the next and the next. I could not even put it down. Nora Roberts is a great writer. Can’t wait for the next series!
What a Finish to a Phenomenal Trilogy
I looked forward to the arrival of ‘Rise of the Magicks’ and was not disappointed. Nora Roberts did justice to the series with this book. It was highly entertaining and made me cry upon Mick’s death and the loss of Colin’s arm. I wasn’t expecting either of these events to happen. Ms. Roberts is profusely productive in her writing and her books. I thoroughly enjoyed this and the other two books in the series. I really liked the ending and the destruction of Petra thrilled me to no end!
My eyes got heavy at early in the AM because I didn’t want to put the book down. Unfortunately, I had no choice and stopped reading. Thank you Ms. Roberts!
The book dragged
By Sara Treasure
I couldn’t put the book down! Amazing finish to an unbelievable series ❤️
Wow! Grand Finale!
Love this series, the characters, light over dark. . . despite the darkness, there was love and life. Another amazing trilogy. Going to be re-reading all three over vacation. A must read series!