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In the epic conclusion to the Unraveled Kingdom trilogy, a magical seamstress joins forces with her revolutionary leader brother in a deadly bid to change history.
The civil war that charm caster Sophie and the crown prince, Theodor, have tried so desperately to avert has come to Galitha. While Theodor joins Sophie's brother and his Reformist comrades in battle hoping to turn the tide against the Royalist army, Sophie leverages the only weapon she has: charm and curse casting. Weaving her magic into uniforms and supplies, she soon discovers that the challenges of a full-scale war are far greater than she could have imagined.
The fractured leadership of the Reformist army must coalesce and the people of Galitha need to unite against enormous odds -- all while Sophie creates more than a little magical luck in order to have a chance of victory.
Rowenna Miller's enchanting fantasy series, the Unraveled Kingdom, is perfect for fans of The Queen of the Tearling and Red Queen.
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Miller's strong conclusion to her Unraveled Kingdom trilogy (following Fray) balances personal and political conflicts as the 18th-century Europe-esque nation of Galitha takes its first steps from monarchy to democratic republic. Galithan Sophie Balstrade, a "sartorial sorceress" working to weaponize her spell-casting skills for use against the Royalist forces, travels with her ally, Alba, leader of the Order of the Golden Sphere Convent, on a short sea voyage to gather supplies from manufacturers in Fen, a neighboring country where magic is illegal and relationships between factory owners and their workers have been influenced by news of the reformation in Galitha. Back home, the leaders of the Reformist Army, among them Sophie's rabble-rousing brother, Kristos, and her charming fianc , Theodor, who's left the gentry, face internal difficulties as they struggle to construct a new government, debating issues of representation and whether to lead with idealism or pragmatism. Miller does not shy away from battle and bloodshed as the political conflict comes to a head, but also refreshingly portrays the intimate, personal impacts of sweeping social changes. Series fans will be pleased with this satisfying, sophisticated fantasy.