The absolutely stunning conclusion to the "Brimstone Angels" series. I would have never guessed that I would get so drawn into the world of D&D before Netgalley offered me "The Sundering" series.
I am truly grateful that Netgalley was able to turn me towards an author I would have completely missed out on.
Farideh and Havilar are great characters with some very real problems. I'm enthralled by their story. The final novel in the six book series is an absolute roller coaster of deception and intrigue and what actually makes someone evil. Is it wise to take down the king of the Hells, the God of Chaos?
This whole series has been about legends and gods. Is there really one belief that is better than all the rest? Is one faction entirely good or evil? It is a fantasy that entertains and makes you think.