Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on August 20, 2019
I enjoyed this trilogy mostly because of the author's originality. There is a blend here of fantasy, realism, science fiction and religious ideas that make for an interesting read. The two key child characters are admirable, and so are many others. What holds this back from being great (in my opinion), is a lack of immediacy to the characters feelings, poor/insufficient descriptive writing and a complete lack of explanation for the important character's gifts/powers/abilities. There are no meaningful descriptions of a system of magic or sources of personal power. Despite the flaws, however, I enjoyed the books and their view of organized religion, especially in this final book.
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