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From Award winning author, Ellie Raine, comes the exciting Epic Finale of her Necromancer "Sword and Sorcery" Fantasy Series, the NecroSeam Chronicles.
The End of Existence is near. Prophecy says only the ShadowBlood can stop it. But what if the prophecy is wrong? What if the ShadowBlood twins will actually be the ones who destroy the world?
With the Death King now dead, the crown has been passed to Willow and Xavier. It's time to return to Grim and claim the throne. Their journey home takes a detour to the Gyle Islands with Queen Anabelle where the Land's realm's relic, the Blossom of Gold, is hidden. But the Lightcaster has kidnapped the young Ocean Prince Fuérr and dragged him back to his home in Marincia. Macarius plans to barter the boy's life in exchange for the location of the Ocean realm's relic, the Pearl of Emerald.
***** Five Star Review from Readers' Favorite
Blossom of Gold is a work of epic fantasy fiction with plenty of action and conceptual delights and was penned by author Ellie Raine. The fifth and final novel in the NecroSeam Chronicles series,this ending to the saga contains some mild profanity and graphic violence, which makes it largely suitable to adult and mature YA readers alike. In this darkly conceptualized world, we are introduced to Reapers and the undead alike - though the undead are mutated demons from whom the seam of life (the titular NecroSeam) has been left uncut. Theundead are about to be unwittingly enslaved to fight a war that could bring about the End of Existence, with twins Xavier and Alexander standing right in their path.
Author Ellie Raine has developed a truly superb and fully engrossing fantasy world like nothing I've ever read before. The concept of Grim Reapers and undead demons may not seem new, but through Raine's intelligent revisioning and extensive work in lore and world building,this world filled with dark realms, nature, life, and death is one that is completely realized and totally unique. The action for twin brothers Xavier and Alexander comes thick and fast as the end draws near, and the use of prophecy and magical quests feels apt and authentic, not trope-like or overdone. This makes for a truly compelling adventure novel with dark twists everywhere, and some truly frightening images that stay with you long after reading. Overall, Blossom of Gold is a superb work that is highly recommended for fantasy fans everywhere. Review by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite