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Incarnate (Spirits' War, #3)

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[Urban/Mythological Fantasy]

Beware the wrath of a patient man.

Patercius—once the Incan Sun God, Inti—is on a path of destruction. Believing the spirits to be demons, the knight has tasked himself with fulfilling the Light's prophecy and ridding the world of shapeshifters once and for all.

The great dragon Nwyfre, having reunited with his true love, is on
ebook, 352 pages
Published December 13th 2019
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Dec 18, 2019 rated it it was amazing
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What a finale! This book took the world established in books 1 and 2 and brought it to an awesome, global scale. Storylines and POVs converged, epic spirit battles were fought, and questions were finally answered. I loved learning about the different spirits in this one, and the mythology Wilson draws upon is richly portrayed. It was an emotional journey, and I can say with absolute certainty that I had no idea what would happen in the end. I started this series a long time ago, and it’s bitters ...more
L. Fergus
Jan 01, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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KV weaves a fun tale of spirits and other beasties. I love her attention to detail.
S.L. Baron
Jan 11, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I thought this was a great ending to Wilson's Spirits' War trilogy.

Throughout the book, as well as the series, the characters developed wonderfully to take the story to its ultimate climax. The characters are very human in their behavior, and the author shows how even heroes have flaws, which I always appreciate in fictional characters.

I loved how Wilson incorporated the spiritual world into a modern environment and showed how everyone has a duty to the world, even if they don't immediately kn
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K.V. Wilson is an urban fantasy author obsessed with mythology and culture. Some of her influences have included J.K. Rowling, Kenneth Oppel, Julie Kagawa, Kevin Hearne and Christopher Paolini. Born in Alberta, she currently lives in British Columbia, Canada, where she spends her spare time playing the piano, hiking, songwriting, swordfighting, and reading and writing stories.

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