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So much happens in this book, but basically Caspar is still on his mission to unite the "people", the Elven King Brightborn is still intent on world domination and always seems to be one step ahead. We get to meet the three Furies, find some survivors on New Albion, and get some other additions to team Caspar as well. Agnus is just hilarious, as is Trixie, a fairy who Caspar found on the trip to New Albion as well. I hope she and Agnus can get along. I know that might sound silly, but these two provide some excellent comic relief in the story.
Things are getting more intense and Caspar and his friends are going thru a lot to save Earth from the evil elves. King Brightborn is unfortunately pretty smart and conniving, but Caspar and his friends are starting to work some things out in making the prophecies work their way.Things are starting to come to a head and I am looking forward to the next book to see what happens.
Congratulations to Theophilus Monroe and Michael Anderle for this amazing series. It’s extremely hard to find such interesting and exciting authors who not only write intelligently but also provide top rated plots, characters and excitement in the stories. I’m really looking forward to the next book.
Things change rapidly in this book. People change, situations change, and personal dynamics change. Through it all, Caspar has to keep his priorities straight and his heart right with God. And, we all know that, sometimes, that is the hardest thing to do.
Gives metaphysical a whole new meaning. A Physical Meta. Caspar the excommunicated, elemental wielding, sober alcoholic is a joy to read about. The trials, tribulations and bulls*** he has to deal with makes for a very good series.