Review of The Forsaken Throne

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Review of The Forsaken ThroneThe Forsaken Throne (Kingfountain #6) by Jeff Wheeler
on November 14, 2017
Genres: Fantasy
Pages: 332
Format: Audiobook

A devastating disaster has left the Forbidden Court in ashes, its fountains destroyed, and its magic at risk. It was destined as the site of Trynne Kiskaddon’s coronation as empress. Now, all Trynne can imagine is the roar of flames, the cries of Gahalatine’s people, and the smell of cinders in a city gone dark. Tragic as the threat to Kingfountain is, it’s nowhere near as foul as the treachery posed by Morwenna. Saboteur, conspirator, and full-blood sister of the king, she is prepared to set forth a wave of destruction that will eliminate everything that stands between her and possession of the throne.

But Trynne has her weapons, too—her magic, her resilience, her skills at intrigue, and especially, Fallon. The man who once swore his allegiance to Morwenna now stands by Trynne’s side as they venture into the unknown to protect those they love, reunite with a family scattered by diabolical forces, and safeguard a kingdom…as well as the destiny the Fountain has for each of them.

Overall I really liked the Kingfountain Series and this book was mostly a fitting conclusion, except for some key parts in the end that I really disagreed with. One main character was killed off rather unjustly at the end, and one character was forced to make a long-term sacrifice and stay behind somewhere, even though there was another who could have easily taken his place. I felt like these things were happening just so the book/series could be wrapped up. Up until the end though, I felt like it was great with plenty of action, explanations, etc.

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