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The New Dawn of Ahriman

(Ahriman #3)

4.80  ·  Rating details ·  5 ratings  ·  3 reviews
His family massacred, a boy must claim a dark inheritance and wage war against a greater evil.

Nineteen-year-old Simon Bell has forged himself into a ruthless and inventive mage of the Order of Ahriman, carving out an oasis of peace even as the world spirals into chaos.

With the slaughter of the Order of Ahriman, few remain with the power to oppose the mad whims of the G
Kindle Edition, 349 pages
Published June 11th 2017 by Ursa Major Books
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Jul 30, 2017 rated it it was amazing
The final book in the Ahriman trilogy is surprisingly delightful and imaginative. The third in a series of young adult novels set in a universe replete with magic and Lovecraftian horrors, the author starts with a typical hero's journey plotline and develops it in a somewhat unexpected but entirely fitting direction. Along the way, the story offers a diverse cast of well-developed characters struggling with various kinds of power politicking, interpersonal relationships, and unlikely alliances a ...more
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A strong ending to a strong series. I've compared the previous two to supernatural TV dramas, and that still holds true, with this being the final climactic season where everything is at stake and nothing is safe.

Just like a TV drama I sometimes want to shout at the screen (or page) when the characters make particularly bad decisions, or when I can't quite keep up with how or why the power balance shifts. But that is part of the genre honestly, and in the end it makes for a truly captivating ex
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