The Grave at Storm's End
Katashi Otako walks with the Vices, burning everything in his path. Now the spirit of Vengeance, he will stop at nothing to destroy Emperor Kin and take the Crimson Throne.
The empire is facing its greatest threat, and with Darius controlling Katashi from the shadows, Emperor Kin finds his every move pre-empted. Out of options, Kin and Hana must marry in ...more
The storm of vengeance ends here and the graves have been filled. The result? An emotional and satisfying conclusion that fits the tone of the series.
Let me first say that the statistics for this book are mind boggling. The book has been out for almost two years and there are only 15 ratings and 5 reviews on Goodreads; that’s ridiculous! Not only is this trilogy better than a lot of grimdark series out there, Madson has done everything right as a self-published author. Amazing cover? ...more
I had to sit on this one for a while before I decided that I was ready to write a review. Partly because I'm a lazy potato, but mostly because I was bitter about this book's ending.
Rating this was very hard as well, because I enjoyed this less than I did the first book in the trilogy (and I rated that one 4 stars), but I also could not deny how brilliantly everything was wrapped up, so I just had to round up. So you see why I had to sit on this and ponder.
But let's go back to "I'm ...more
I want you to know i started this series intending to love the heck out of it.
The Vengence Trilogy fails to live up to the hype
I am a firm believer in the fact that fantasy books like this don't have lot of word count to dilly dally. This isn't Malazan, LoTR, Wheel of Time or Chronicles of The Black Company where you have the luxury of creating not only truly epic worlds from scartch but also the truly beautiful luxury of not coming right out and saying where the plot is going. More often than n
It's rare for me to enjoy a trilogy all the way through but this one captured and kept my attention all the way.
Anything but zen, Devin subsists on tea and chocolate and so much fried zucchini she ought to have turned into one by now.
If you’re after happy, fuzzy tales then you’ve come to the wrong place. Her fantas ...more