The thrilling conclusion to the Riven Wyrde Saga.
With her king’s plans laid bare, Selena must take drastic steps as the invaders push deeper into Anlan, driven by the schemes of the Sealord. The war between Anlish and Bjornmen rages, even as the fae remain unchecked. Politics is not merely a game for mankind however, and within the fae court ancient plans are coming to fruition, while the armies of the fae are readied in preparation for the purge.
The answers to the mysteries of the Wyrde may already rest with Devin and Obair. Their shocking discovery may hold the key to the Wyrde and the lost secrets of the druids, but the price is higher than anybody could have imagined.
Complex characters , listened with audible, the humans against the fae. Interesting concepts. Liked the story line but after the first book ended the next book should have carried over but it started out strangely like you missed something important but didn't know what, but I mottled through and caught up, but I still didn't like guessing what I have missed.
This 3 part series was a fun listen. There's satyrs and fae creatures, hell bent on destroying mankind from a strange land, and a bleak outlook for a small group of characters who are trying to figure out how to stop the onslaught. We have heartbreak, surprises, twists in the story, and a mystery revealed. The writing was solid, other than it bogging down in some chapters and feeling like the last third of the book was rushed to the ending. Still, The Riven Wyrde Saga was very much worth the risk I took with an newer author. He's given us many hours of entertainment and the narrator really made it captivating to listen to. Jonny McPherson voices nearly all the characters differently, the pacing was perfect, and he's easily in my top 5 favorites!