The Light of All That Falls

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Publisher Description

The journey that began with The Shadow of What Was Lostreaches its spectacular conclusion in The Light of All That Falls, the final chapter of the Licanius Trilogy by acclaimed epic fantasy author James Islington.
After a savage battle, the Boundary is whole again -- but it may be too late. Banes now stalk the lands of Andarra, and the Venerate have gathered their armies for a final, crushing blow.
In Ilin Illan, Wirr fights to maintain a precarious alliance between Andarra's factions of power. With dark forces closing in on the capital, if he cannot succeed, the war is lost.
Imprisoned and alone in a strange land, Davian is pitted against the remaining Venerate. As he desperately tries to keep them from undoing Asha's sacrifice, he struggles to come to terms with his own path and all he has learned about Caeden, the friend he chose to set free.
Finally, Caeden is confronted with the reality of a plan laid centuries ago -- heartbroken at how it started and devastated by how it must end.

The Licanius TrilogyThe Shadow of What Was LostAn Echo of Things to ComeThe Light of All That Falls
"Love The Wheel of Time? This is about to become your new favorite series." - B&N SciFi & Fantasy Blog

GENRE
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
RELEASED
2019
December 10
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
864
Pages
PUBLISHER
Orbit
SELLER
Hachette Digital, Inc.
SIZE
8.4
MB

Customer Reviews

Beaster001998 ,

Holy sh**

The character development and insane complexity of timeline overlay and connection has put this series in my top 3 without a doubt. I’m still blown away by the ending. No spoilers though, don’t worry :)

todguy ,

Needs more World details

It is often times complex to a fault, but I find myself interested still in how the puzzle pieces will fall into place. His writing is engaging with character arcs and the politics, and especially ethical questions, but where it is lacking for me is the world-building. I want more detailed descriptions of settings, clothing/armor, food/drink, animals, landscapes, atmosphere, it would really help balance it out I think. Miles Cameron does this really well (though his is a bias heavily toward the warfare side of things - weapons/logistics and armor). I really enjoy how Patrick Rothfuss does atmosphere and food/drink. I just find that I relate more to the characters when there is more of that kind of thing.

Boredmama13 ,

Well done

I can’t recall ever being so sad to see a story end, while also being so thoroughly pleased with HOW the story ended. Flawless execution on tying up a great series.

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