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A Guardian Reborn by W.H. Cann
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it was amazing

'A Guardian Reborn' is the final part of the Guardians trilogy, and what a finale. As has been the trait of his books so far, W H Cann's writing not only continues to mature in a way that makes you think this is book six or seven, not number three, but also his storytelling. From the beginning you are drawn to the story, particularly after the end of the previous book, which left Grogaan fighting for his life. Instantly, W H Cann has your interest, and although there is a steady pace at the start, you can't put the book down until you find out what happens to Grogaan. The book as a whole, flows in a way that never seems strained or slow, but with enough description to illustrate the scenes without doing too much. There are some great and original ideas that keep it fresh, and a whole new, exciting level to the magical powers Grogaan has slowly developed over the previous books, on top of which, have helped develop his character even more. It is interesting seeing how Grogaan's personality and attitude has been influenced by the events of this book, which contains some brilliant twists and turns, many you do not see coming.
I am not going to spoil it by giving away plot lines and such, instead leaving it for other readers to find out themselves, but there are a good few sub-plots and loose ends which are hopefully leading to a couple more books, as well as a surprising ending which i did not see coming. On top of that, W H Cann has developed more history behind the story of the Guardians, which adds to the overall reading of the book, so you get a bigger picture of the story and where it has come from.
All in all, another excellent book from W H Cann which rounds off the trilogy nicely and leaving it open for another sequel or two. Definitely an author to keep an eye out for
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