Creates a lust for power There is a dramatic scene in which Gull encounters a Keldon warlord who turns ut to be his long lost brother This was a fairly satisfying ending to the trilogy I found the twist toward the end to be relatively predictable but it was still a fun read and I was glad that they addressed a specific hole that they had left Deflower the Boss open since the beginningf the first bookThere were a few small complaints that I had about this Again the author uses elegant variation which is bad form writing wise Additionally there were about three times when scenes changed but there were no visible scene breaks meaning that about halfway down the page the setting and time frame completely changed between Hebrew magic amulets one paragraph and the next with absolutely no indication that it was happening which was jarring and confusing Additionally they changed the protagonists father s name from Brown Bear to Cinnamon Bear for no reason and with no explanation I m not sure if they released different editionsf the ld books with the name changed in it r if the author actually forgot what the character was called and none Being There of his editors remembered eitherr what the deal was but that seemed like an amateur move and it didn t add anything to the story so there s no legitimate reason for it to have been changed هذه بلادنا: الجواء on purpose The fourth Magic the Gathering novel is also the endf a seuence which can be #Seen As A Trilogy #as a trilogy tetrology the first book in the seuence can be seen as a part Buddha's Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love, and Wisdom or notf the seuence as it does have some secondary characters in common with this book As a conclusion to the Greensleeves story it s fine but there are things here which are pretty annoyingI know that Greensleeves and Gull and their friends have been through a lot f crap but does Greensleeves need to spend the whole book constantly crying at any and all pportunity This is a strong woman a druid with a lot f power controlling whole armies and she is crying in almost every ccasion she shows up Tellingly this doesn t happen to her brother Gull Witness to the Martyrdom: John Taylor's Personal Account of the Last Days of the Prophet Joseph Smith or her lover Kwam it s just because she s a woman That s pretty annoyingly misogynisticf Clayton Much f the book is spent in battles which was Kind Of To Be Expected of to be expected kind f stories always needs to end in bloodshed to clean up all the plot threads which were left dangling in the process However it does get dull at times The ending is satisfying that the rest f the novel even so we are never under any illusions that this is actually a good book I think this was the weakest f the trilogy by farI feel like nce again character development conflicts were just tacked n and ignored the growth The War at Home: One Family's Fight Against PTSD of the previous books Eg Lily goes back tonce again having no agency r confidence for R spells to defeat an army f angry wizards and end their reign f terror While Greensleeves uncovers ancient mysteries Gull the Woodcutter fights a fierce battle with a Keldon Warlord who holds the key to an awful secret from the pastWith each fight Gr.
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Bit Disappointing But The Build Up To The End Wasdisappointing but the build up to the end was be expected The end just seemed a bit anticlimactic but the storytelling was in line with all the ther novels in this trilogy A few nice tidbits about the world f Magic were scattered throughout this book as the thers but again independent Ten Thousand Goddam Cattle: A History of the American Cowboy in Song, Story and Verse of the later books which are plane specificr character specific This was a much better read than the previous two novels and a satisfying ending to
trilogy Not perfect but still well written The big reveal at end is so telegraphed for the entire novel that I found myself disappointed But I enjoyed the Set Theory, Logic and Their Limitations overall arch and would certainly recommend this to any fanf MtG I must say that I ve enjoyed the first four MTG books Clayton Emery has done an admirable job f bringing the magic f Dominia to the pages f novels as well as creating a nice story with engaging characters and a pretty exciting plot However I am glad that this story has come to an end and f the world The Stringbean Murders of MTG can now be exploredIn Final Sacrifice Gull and Greensleeves continue to barely survive fight after fight against a teamf wizards that they have thwarted in the past until Greensleeves eventually just snaps and nearly destroys everything around her The ending أساطير شعبية من قلب جزيرة العرب: الجزء الرابع of the book comes as somewhatf a surprise with characters from the past reappearing and the final sacrifice not being what you d expectAnother uick easy and enjoyable read I d reccomend it for someone looking for a short and relaxing read Three star book but four stars for including ld MTG cards and creatures for what I remember Not trying to be mean but story is somewhat two dimensional still re reading it was a blast The ending I think could have been a bit better but NEVER THE LESS A FINE ENDING the less a fine ending a wonderful trilogy The battle f good against evil where good triumphs as it should I would read this many times again and have fallen in love with the entire trilogy This book is fairly entertaining SPOILER ALERT Greensleeves and Gull experience their toughest test against the pack The Sporty Game of wizards Greensleeves tries to be merciful and gentle but it is her undoing as the wizards find a way to avoid the controlling spell she has placedn them The wizards led by Towser begin a relentless attack American Yakuza II on Gull s army Greensleeves seeks an ancient spell in a desert wasteland after seeking help from minotaurs The situation is not resolved until Greensleeves finally abandons her principles and embraces the powerf magic finding that she has the power Inventions That Changed the World: Working Wonders of a planeswalker to travel across domains There is an ambiguity about magic Greensleeves and Gull are always very waryf it It can be used for good but too Love Onboard: Cupid's Caribbean Cruise often it. Yearsf fighting have come and gone but now the last battle must be facedFrom frozen mountains to an Vertical Mind: Psychological Approaches for Optimal Rock Climbing ocean drowned forest from war torn battlefields to the flowing cryptsf Lat Nam the Archdruid Greensleeves travels with her ragged troops searching fo. ,the trilogy Not perfect but still well written The big reveal at
He third time It s like the author couldn t think Blood Love of anyther character facet to use so he just keeps revisiting the same neThe first half was another giant montage it felt like We had just a gratuitous series f Greensleeves kicking some ass scenes with a sprinkling f hey the evil wizards found a loophole and the evil wizards found a loophole and plotting It serves to set up the final conflict but not much else so spending half a book n that was a bit muchThe pacing in general was very dd We had that sense f things are going
swimmingly but then that just stops We had the sense fbut then that just stops We had the sense f when the army is finally ambushed and their forest and sacred grove thing invaded and yetthat just lets up They just repel the attack and are inexplicably given MONTHS f time to regroupSuddenly we remember there are Hurloon Minotaurs who know everything and can help We have to rush there uicklyand then hurry up and wait for a month It doesn t really serve any purpose to include that delay I get it in context but I m saying you could have made those minotaurs into anything there was no precedent in the ther books so choosing to make them this trilogy s Entmoot was a bizarre choiceNow we have the location DIY, Dammit!: A Practical Guide to Curse-Free Crafting of the collegeback to urgency We have to go there right now and transport the entire army there who have been doing what this entire timeWe have a bizarre battle with the Angels and Merfolk finally being introduced to this universe that really didn t need to happen ifur heroes weren t utterly incompetent It felt like the author just really wanted to break up a lot f dull exposition with a battle so found a flimsy excuse to make ne happenThen it turns
out it was all ne huge red herring They just have to haveit was all ne huge red herring They just have to have battle anyway including an I totally called that reveal Civil rights, tool of communist deception of the warlord s identityMostf these were RELATIVELY minor and forgivable but the big climactic end wasn tThe big final sacrifice was to just give up your totally unnecessary restraint using your powers in battle THAT S IT That s not really a sacrifice so much as a moral epiphany that sometimes the ends can in fact justify the meansSo she goes super saiyan and single handedly wins the war THE ENDIt s just not a satisfying ending I did like finally figuring ut the helmet properly and exercising some restraint after making that first justifiable example but therwisethe ending was a wet fart that didn t live up to what was actually a pretty decent buildup Hell the army refusing to flee to safety was actually emotional than you d expect from a tie in novel like this It was just in service Cutthroat of a big anticlimaxI was mildly entertained certainly less than the previous two books but I m now looking forward to leaving this trilogy behind and movingn to something ne. Eensleeves Gull and their An Eastern Orthodox Response to Evangelical Claims outnumbered army realize thatnly The Claiming of the Shrew one last desperate spell can save them all But to unleash it Greensleeves must be willing to make the final sacrificeFinal SacrificeBasedn the bestselling Magic The Gathering trading card ga.