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Shattered Fates (Shards of History, #3)

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The magic barrier protecting the Taakwa from their enemies, the Maddion, is gone. Malia, who led the Taakwa against the Maddion in the Dragon War, must convince the magical being, the changer, to repair the barrier before the Maddion invade to take revenge on her people and the winged Jeguduns who also call the valley home, even if it means reversing the healing the ...more
Paperback, 300 pages
Published May 23rd 2017 by World Weaver Press
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A.M. Leibowitz
May 24, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This is the last part of the series, and I have to admit, I wasn’t sure how it was all going to come together in the end. It did, though, and I was left feeling exhilarated, satisfied, and emotionally spent. It is absolutely the perfect conclusion.

As much as I love Malia, Chanwa became my favorite character. She is absolutely wonderful, and her perseverance is inspiring. She’s fascinating on every level. I wasn’t sure what to hope for aside from simply wanting her to win. It would be spoilers to
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Nicole Bates
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Each book in the Shards of History series was better than the last. I couldn't put this one down!
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Disclaimer: I was given this book for free as part of the Library Thing Early Reviewer (LTER) program for an honest review.

This is a great ending to a great story. All the familiar characters continue on in this journey with much action and adventure. Malia continues to show what a great confident and strong young woman she is, always wanting to do the right thing by her people and, in this journey, continuing to ensure that the Jeguduns are looked after as well as wanting to help the Maddion
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Chrisette Trevino
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Shattered Fates was a great ending to the Shards of History series. I am hoping that Rebecca Roland will continue writing more of this story in the future because several of the characters could be developed further. Malia will choose for her people & the Jeguduns whether magic will continue to protect them from the Maddions. Chanwa will choose for the Maddions how their future will be formed when she ally's with the Taakwa & the dragon queen. This book was a very fast paced story partly ...more
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This is the conclusion to the Shards of History trilogy, and it's my favorite of the three. Malia has something of a "careful what you wish for" plot with the unexpected new appearance of the "changer," as well as the realization that she inadvertently caused the protective barrier to vanish. Chanwa continues to sow the seeds of discontent within the oppressed Maddion women, and organizes a protest that has the opportunity to either heal or destroy the whole Maddion culture. Everything comes to ...more
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Rebecca is the author of the Shards of History series, The Necromancer's Inheritance series, and The King of Ash and Bones, and Other Stories. Her short fiction has appeared in publications such as Nature, Flash Fiction Online, Fantasy Scroll Magazine, New Myths, and Every Day Fiction, and she is a graduate of the Odyssey Writing Workshop. You can find out more about her and her work at ...more