An excellent end to the trilogy — 3 years ago
I usually really dislike reading kids’ books. I find the simplistic language, and just the general writing style, to be very boring. But this trilogy was different. These were not books for kids that adults also enjoyed reading – they were written for everyone.
The book had a different take on theology to anything I have encountered before. I know that some religious people found it offensive, but it really wasn’t. Clearly the author isn’t saying that the religious theme is any more real than the fantasy idea of other worlds.
By this final book, there were the most characters and, therefore, separate story-lines. Some of these were not as interesting as the main story, which is why I wouldn’t give it a full five stars, as I would with the first book. However, it’s a great end to the trilogy, with all the characters and creatures unique and interesting.