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For the Wildings

(Daughter of the Wildings #6)

4.10  ·  Rating details ·  10 ratings  ·  3 reviews
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In the conclusion of the Daughter of the Wildings series, Silas and Lainie recover from their ordeal in Granadaia, while knowing that an evil is at work that threatens the freedom of the Wildings and that this peaceful interval is no more than a brief illusion. Then the unthinkable happens, the battle begins, and Lainie, t
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Published March 26th 2016
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Pauline Ross
This is the sixth and final part of the Daughter of the Wildings series. I’ve been trying to think how many series I’ve managed to keep up with for six books, and it’s not many. A couple of murder mystery series, perhaps. But in fantasy? Nope. I rarely even get beyond the first book, and only a few stand-out series keep me hooked for a trilogy. So it’s a testament to the strength of the author’s writing that I’ve read and enjoyed every word of all six books.

It was the premise that first caught m
Kyra Halland
Bringing it all back home with Silas and Lainie, a bunch of bad guys, lots of magic, and some surprises along the way! The conclusion of the Daughter of the Wildings series.
Violet Stone
2.5 rounded up..

Overall this series wasn't bad. It definitely saw improvement as it went on. Would have liked more world building and deeper relationships.

The limitations on magic needed a better line, it seemed as Lainie could do anything she wanted. She was able to do things she'd never done before without training.

Some stuff felt incredibly repetitive, like with the Sh’kimech. Despite having access to the magic of the earth, Lainie and Silas kept pulling in this darkness that only wanted to
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Kyra Halland has always loved fantasy. She has also always loved a good love story. She combines those two loves by writing the kinds of romantic fantasy novels she loves to read, tales of magical worlds where complicated, honorable heroes and strong, smart, feminine heroines work together to save their world - or their own small corner of it - and each other.

Kyra Halland lives in southern Arizona

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Daughter of the Wildings (6 books)
  • Beneath the Canyons (Daughter of the Wildings, #1)
  • Bad Hunting (Daughter of the Wildings, #2)
  • The Rancher's Daughter (Daughter of the Wildings, #3)
  • To the Gap
  • City of Mages

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