The Last Mortal Bond by Brian Staveley

The Last Mortal Bond

By Brian Staveley

  • Release Date: 2016-03-15
  • Genre: Epic
Score: 4.5
From 88 Ratings
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The trilogy that began with The Emperor's Blades and continued in The Providence of Fire reaches its epic conclusion, as war engulfs the Annurian Empire in Brian Staveley's The Last Mortal Bond

The ancient csestriim are back to finish their purge of humanity; armies march against the capital; leaches, solitary beings who draw power from the natural world to fuel their extraordinary abilities, maneuver on all sides to affect the outcome of the war; and capricious gods walk the earth in human guise with agendas of their own.

But the three imperial siblings at the heart of it all--Valyn, Adare, and Kaden--come to understand that even if they survive the holocaust unleashed on their world, there may be no reconciling their conflicting visions of the future.

Chronicle of the Unhewn Throne
The Emperor's Blades
The Providence of Fire
The Last Mortal Bond

Other books in the world of the Unhewn Throne

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  • Talented and familiar, good series.

    By GZillaisold
    Let's be honest, since the Harry Potter young adult fiction genre there has been a lot of crap written and offered on digital readers. A lot of crap. The Unhewn Throne isn't crap. In fact it's a very good first effort. The characters and themes and setting incorporate familiar elements from dozens of other works and I found it enjoyable whenever I stumbled into a moment of deja vu. I hope we see more effort from the author both in the world of the Unhewn throne and others.
  • Unsatisfying

    By Crevel
    The first book opened up a so many possibilities which were frittered away in the second and third. I barely had enough interest in the homogenized characters to make the trudge to the end of this book.
  • Good book

    By Jvalpmed
    Definitely worth reading
  • Good very good

    By 613gold
    Though the first half felt like the author had more information than pages the second half more than made up for that