Bone War by Steven Harper


27774675

It is from the Fates that Danr and his friends have learned that every action, every decision, every act, no matter how small, will cause ripples throughout the world and twist the future down a different path. Now the future of that world is in jeopardy once again when one of the three Fates is kidnapped by the wicked Elf Queen.

The two Fates that are left enlist Danr to find the missing Fate. But first he must find a legendary sword known as the Bone Sword. The Fates will also need Aisa’s help during this dark time. Danr and Aisa will be separated from their companions but in the end all characters will converge as this trilogy comes to an end.

This final book in the trilogy wraps things up on a more serious note and brings into question Danr and Aisa’s continuing relationship as the Fates cause them to examine life and the future. All of the loose ends are nicely tied up, giving us a final showdown between Death and Queen Vesha, and most of all, letting us know what on earth will happen with Aisa. Girl has so many options!

The Books of Blood and Iron is a series that follows in the footsteps of other great fantasy works, with all of the expected characters, but Steven Harper has given us a fresh perspective on these characters. I have to say I liked them a lot! Well most of them (I really wanted to smack the Elf Queen). The Norse-based mythology is very well done. I also really liked the way the author addresses the growing pains of a new love and how two people will handle the obstacles put in their path. This is an enjoyable series full of adventure and well worth the read.

I want to thank the publisher (Berkley Publishing Group) for providing me with the ARC through NetGalley for an honest review.

small ghostsmall ghostsmall ghostsmall ghost

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Touch My Spine Book Reviews

~Down to earth and honest book reviews from a free-spirited and custom Bilbliophile~Ramblings and discussions of an eccentric and random woman~

ireadnovels

A fiction book review website. Reviews on advanced reading copies and published books.

Comma Hangover

Just a writer with a bit of a love for commas.

lit this & that!

a site for all things books and bookish book things

Written Word Worlds

Just one more chapter...

thrifty bibliophile

Full-time working mama to two beautiful kiddos. I have a passion for books and saving money.

TFaulc Book Reviews

Book Reviews, Different Genres.

The Cursed Books

stories are wild creatures.

simple to wow

simple kosher recipes, designs and inspirations to wow you

Writing Bliss

"If they do not write the kind of books we want to read, we shall have to write them ourselves." -C.S. Lewis

From Top to Bottom Reviews

Reviewing from the bottomless pile of LGBTQIA+ books

Read, Sav, Read.

| B.A. in English. | Writer. | Lover of books. | 2017 Book Count: 57. | Currently Reading: Drums of Autumn by Diana Gabaldon. |

kayleighsblogs

Be who you want to be

Ink Drops Books

book talk

Chris Via Book Reviews

An independent book enthusiast and reviewer

Touch My Spine Book Reviews

~Down to earth and honest book reviews from a free-spirited and custom Bilbliophile~Ramblings and discussions of an eccentric and random woman~

ireadnovels

A fiction book review website. Reviews on advanced reading copies and published books.

Comma Hangover

Just a writer with a bit of a love for commas.

lit this & that!

a site for all things books and bookish book things

Written Word Worlds

Just one more chapter...

thrifty bibliophile

Full-time working mama to two beautiful kiddos. I have a passion for books and saving money.

TFaulc Book Reviews

Book Reviews, Different Genres.

The Cursed Books

stories are wild creatures.

simple to wow

simple kosher recipes, designs and inspirations to wow you

Writing Bliss

"If they do not write the kind of books we want to read, we shall have to write them ourselves." -C.S. Lewis

From Top to Bottom Reviews

Reviewing from the bottomless pile of LGBTQIA+ books

Read, Sav, Read.

| B.A. in English. | Writer. | Lover of books. | 2017 Book Count: 57. | Currently Reading: Drums of Autumn by Diana Gabaldon. |

kayleighsblogs

Be who you want to be

Ink Drops Books

book talk

Chris Via Book Reviews

An independent book enthusiast and reviewer

Rheya Reads

I like big books and I cannot lie.

150 Characters and more...

...Because some things in life cannot be expressed with a mere 150 characters.

Isle of the Books

Fandoms, books, truths, and life.

MovieBabble

The Casual Way to Discuss Movies

%d bloggers like this: