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    Highly recommended series (start at the beginning)

    This is one of those books I didn’t want to end. It felt so good to be back with these characters, even in their overwhelming struggle, and I found myself rationing the reading time to make it last. The Wounded Shadow is the third and final book in the Darkwater series, and it’s not one to pick up if you haven’t started at the beginning. The scope is vast, and enough has happened that a reader starting here would feel lost. In this, book three, the hints and threads set out in previous instalments come together in satisfying and surprising ways. Even nearing the end, I couldn’t see how this conflict could find a satisfactory conclusion, but it did. I highly recommend the series, and suggest readers begin with the free ebook-only novella, By Divine Right. The rest of the series is available in print and ebook versions, and it's too good to miss even a bit. Great characters, epic story, lots to love... even some humour. This is Christian fiction with an allegory feel, and definitely without pat answers or anything trite or simplistic. As with everything else in the series world, the faith is complex and nuanced.
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    Reminiscent of Tolkien

    Nonstop action …. Reminiscent of Tolkien … Willet and the Vigil find that the situation is even worse than they imagined. They separate, on different missions, to find answers. Will the Southern Vigil be able to help? A stunning conclusion to the trilogy. I really liked the part where Pellin commented that Aer himself was scary. It reminds me of how far we have come from understanding that a holy God is fearsome, although loving. (Three spelling errors in the paperback.)
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