I don't know how Ms. Chase does it, but this series is simply amazing! I fell in love with this world she's created in The Ryn and have no idea why it took me so long to return to it. The adventure, the allegorical elements, the romance, the characters (and the way I closed the final chapter all excited for Erielle and Cazien's story!), the fun, it's wonderful and I loved every bit of it.
I just knew I was going to enjoy spending more time with Erielle and Cazien and I was right! These two....*sigh* I don't have words to describe how much I love them both. Their adventures are truly of epic proportions and I ended this one SO glad I waited to read it until book four was out!
Oh my gracious! This book, y'all. And these characters! I've said before, I love Ms. Chase's world building, add to that these awesome characters, and you are looking at a very happy reader right here. :) The EPICNESS of this series continues to amaze me. And the romance? *happy sigh* Erielle and Cazien go through so, so much and all I can say is that you really need to read their story. Trust me!!
The fun of this series is the characters. Alona and Will are SO very different, yet somehow they work so well together. Watching them irritate each other is cute because for all their denial, they really do like each other. Simply put, it's a fun story that made me smile! :)
The stakes in this one are higher, which kept me turning pages. What happened at the end was definitely unexpected! In a good way. But really, I was here for Alona and Will and they did not disappoint me. Their banter is just fun! I love those two.
The end of Queen of the Dead left me wondering where on earth the story would go from there. Unexpected but fun places it turns out! A few more twists and turns happen in this final book, which ups the tension. Yet Alona and Will are as hilarious and adorable as ever! Those two and their arguments. They're perfect together! They just need to work on their communication skills a little more. And they make this series entertaining and well worth reading. :)