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With the source of immunity destroyed, the dreaded opal contagion is ravishing the empires. The most powerful and bloodthirsty warlock in all of Insorsil has taken the throne. His hunger for dominion is rivaled only by the Lagonian emperor’s lust for violence. The only source of hope lies with a thieving Soul Sorter, a broken former-assassin, and their motley crew of outlaws. From hidden alleys in magical Insorsil, to an ice-covered land inhabited by giants, Rhett and Liss must battle for their own survival as they try to organize a revolution. But if they don’t find a cure for the opal contagion, the war will be lost before it even begins. As tensions mount, Liss and Rhett will be forced to make choices that could destroy the very people they’re trying to save.

347 pages, Paperback

Published July 14, 2020

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Stephanie Fazio

23 books38 followers
Stephanie Fazio is a fantasy author. She grew up in Syracuse, New York, and prior to writing full time, she worked in the fields of journalism, secondary education, and higher education. She has an undergraduate degree in English from Colgate University and a Master’s degree in Reading, Writing, and Literacy from the University of Pennsylvania.

Stephanie lives in Austin with her husband and crazy rescue dog. When she isn’t writing, she’s getting lost in parks, hosting taco nights, or ironically and miserably losing at word games, but having fun while she does it.

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94 reviews1 follower
April 26, 2023
3.5 🌟
Purely because I did start to lose interest towards the end but, it was still great. The overall character development of Rhett was amazing and the ending was so satisfying. I recommend this series for sure as the writing is good, the characters are all unique and interesting, I loved it.
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790 reviews4 followers
September 28, 2020

This ended up being the best because Rhett was saved but the saddest because Samara's sister died because she saved his life. This book was a serious tear jerker, I cried almost constantly through this book. Between Rhett having Opal contagion and the emperor trying to kill him and all his soldiers and Liss and the Enderers trying to kill him and Liss, I mean, damn. Then, that warlock who wanted to kill kill all unmagical people, crazy. Great series, great book.
15 reviews
September 9, 2020
A lovely end to a lovely series! It's one of those books that I'm going to mope around depressed for the next week because it's over. ~*~Sigh~*~
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209 reviews21 followers
April 30, 2021
A thrilling conclusion to the Opal Contagion trilogy. Opal Storm picks up where Opal Slayer left off and we find Rhett, Liss and their friends trying to save the Extended and Lagonian's from Insorsil warlock. I was so happy that everything seem to be tied up in this conclusion with no loose ends. I loved that the chapters switched perspectives and we got to see more of the minor characters play a bigger role. I will say that Liss and Rhett did start to get on my nerves a bit and I'm not a huge fan of the overly played "lovers are doomed" trope. With how many lives were being lost and how many people were losing loved ones it grew tiresome to see Liss constantly complain about possibly losing Rhett and basically becoming just like her mom which she swore she'd never do. Sometimes in these stories I just wish that the characters stayed more true to themselves instead of the "one true love changes everything" deal. All in all and great trilogy by Stephanie Fazio.

I received an advanced reader copy of this title.
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13 reviews4 followers
July 8, 2021
This series was a beautiful fusing of magic, forbidden romance, and social commentary. It came out pre-covid, but I kept drawing connections. There is a disease that gives people with opal skin special powers. They're shunned and considered to be lesser members of society. There is a lot of fear and misunderstandings, especially where the opal (Extended) people are concerned. There was light social commentary without it being in my face. My favorite part of this book, aside from the fast-paced plot and mysteries, were the characters. Liss and Rhett have a love story for the ages, and their friends are priceless!
*I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review
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