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The Light of All That Falls The Light Of All That Falls Concludes The Epic Adventure That Began In The Shadow Of What Was Lost, The Acclaimed Fantasy Blockbuster From James IslingtonThe Boundary Is Whole Once Again, But It May Be Too LateBanes Now Stalk Andarra, While In Ilin Illan, The Political Machinations Of A Generation Come To A Head As Wirr S Newfound Ability Forces His Family S Old Enemies Into ActionImprisoned And Alone In A Strange Land, Davian Is Pitted Against The Remaining Venerate As They Work Tirelessly To Undo Asha S Sacrifice Even As He Struggles With What He Has Learned About The Friend He Chose To Set FreeAnd Caeden, Now Facing The Consequences Of His Centuries Old Plan, Must Finally Confront Its Reality Heartbroken At How It Began, And Devastated By How It Must End

10 thoughts on “The Light of All That Falls

  1. says:

    ARC provided by the publisher Orbit in exchange for an honest review. The Light of All That Falls is an absolute marvel, a prodigious finishing touch to an ingeniously plotted series Here s a little statistic to give you an idea of how much I love

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    I have been looking forward to reading The Light of All That Falls ever since I finished An Echo of Things To Come and have been counting down the days until I could return to the world of Davian, Caeden, Asha and Wirr I won t go into too much detail h

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    Before I begin my review, I d first like to mention how absolutely thrilled I was to finally have this book in my hands The Licanius Trilogy is one of my top 10 all time fantasy series and in my opinion is a masterwork that stands out among the majority of

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    Wow.I m speechless.Okay, maybe not that speechless, but that doesn t mean I wasn t blown away by this final book in the Licanius Trilogy.I think I ve said this before, but it bears repeating This is one of THE best Epic Fantasies ever written I compare it to B

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    ARC provided by the publisher Orbit in exchange for an honest review.A breathtakingly audacious masterpiece of epic fantasy, The Light of All That Falls is an emotionally satisfying and flawless conclusion to the phenomenal Licanius Trilogy.I am utterly astounded

  6. says:

    Wow, that trilogy was amazing The ending got everything perfect and I couldn t be happier Amazing characters and even though there is all this time travel it makes sense and can be followed The whole story is so suspenseful and page turning and epic I ll be looking fo

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    4.44Because hurting someone is not teaching them a lesson, Davian As you pointed out earlier we can hate what they do, but we should never hate them He shifted And I m not better than you That s not how this works Believing in El, trying to follow His rules, doesn t make

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    Truth can be a burden, but secrets are poison. That was awesome I m glad I finally finished the series although I ll miss the characters I need a novella in this world so badly, the whole thing with Nia cannot just end like that Don t let the above comment scare you, the aut

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    4.25 You Can t Change the Past StarsThe best and worst things about trilogies are they are done in three books The Licanius Trilogy had pretty long books but still there are only three and this was a solid conclusion to the story that did and didn t go as I expected The tale has

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    FINALLY Pre ordered and now we wait What kind of a perverse creature you have to be to actually review a book that hasn t been published yet Shame on you Some of us out there have a rule against starting a series before they are finished The reason I m using the app is to have a quic

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About the Author: James Islington

James Islington was born and raised in southern Victoria, Australia His influences growing up were the stories of Raymond E Feist and Robert Jordan, but it wasn t until later, when he read Brandon Sanderson s Mistborn series followed soon after by Patrick Rothfuss Name of the Wind that he was finally inspired to sit down and write something of his own He now lives with his wife and daughter on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria.

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