Top critical review
Really? Not the best.
Reviewed in the United States on September 13, 2021
Knowing that this author has ended other series so well, such as Warrior Chronicles, it is shocking that this has received so many high ratings. This was a "over it/tired/get it over with" type of ending. Knowing the author has moved onto other series and has a lot planned with those series helps confirm this. Also, the constant switching between first and third person between multiple points of view while still never providing a fuller, more complete story was unnecessary. It was very "here's a peak" but that's it. I mean do you as a reader really want the description of the furnishings of Roger's inherited ranch or would you rather have what was said and who said what in the meeting? And making EVERYTHING happen while R is unconscious is a great way to skirt having to write more. Oh and then all the final chapters... weeks later, months later, etc. still circumventing any tangible details. I mean yay for marriages, proposals, and possibilities, but most felt rushed and incomplete. At least with Warrior Chronicles you felt that nothing was just skipped over because the author just wanted to move on.
There are tons of other completed series that are ended better. This author has proven that she could accomplish this before. Sadly, this missed the mark for me.