Blurb: In the final installment of The Tale of Lunarmorte, Caia is caught between the most powerful beings in her world, and they are all desperate to use her for their own means. While Caia struggles to find her purpose, tragedy strikes close to home, and time runs out.
Now she must decide if she will join the extremists she was trying to destroy… or bring them all down on her own terms…
I don’t like this cover either. I don’t really get what it has to do with the story itself. And honestly this story took a wild turn for me. The ending was underwhelming to say the least. I just couldn’t wrap my head around how easy it was for her to beat the big bad. And we never find out what her ‘special’ power is. That was a huge loose end that needed to be tied up IMO.
So let’s see, you would think after ALL the trials and tribulations Caia and Lucien go through, they would have a strong relationship. But nooooo, surprise surprise, he still doesn’t trust her to be able to take care of herself and respect her decisions. Not that Lucien is the only one who suffers from stupidity, Caia is an idiot about the whole situation. Sorry to be mean about it but this series started out so good and just went downhill for me making me really angry and maybe a bit bitter as well.
Although I will say that once again, Jaeden and Ryder’s story saved this book from being a total loss for me. I felt her pain, I felt his anger and hopelessness. They had such a traumatic experience that I cried. I cried a lot at that one part. You know which I mean Lenore, right? Anyway, if it wasn’t for the side characters in this story I may have DNF’d this book, which is sad because it’s the last book in the series.
I don’t really have much else to say about this story, as a whole it was good, this last one just was a bit irritating for me.