MAGIC-BORNE is the third book in “The Crown of Stones” trilogy. This is a series that has to be read in order. You would be doing yourself and the series a disservice if you read it all wily nily out of order.
This was the (I believe) the longest book of the trilogy and it took me a bit to read it. I was reading the books one right after the other, but I found I had to pick this one up and down a few times to be able to finish it. There is a lot going on… Action, adventure, intrigue, redemption and time travel.
The overall arch of the trilogy was well plotted. These three books together form an epic fantasy adventure with very clear cut beginning, middle and end. i would guess this author is NOT a “pantser” and probably has a timeline with pins and threads tying everything together.
While this is the end of Ian’s story, there is room for more. The universe this trilogy is set in has lots of untold stories and I feel like it could go on for a bit more.
I recommend this series and thing it would be an enjoyable read from YA to Elder.
tags: KU, Book 3, trilogy, 4 stars, 500+ pages