Book Review: Sapphire’s Flight (The Agartes Epilogues #3) by K.S. Villoso

Title: Sapphire’s Flight (The Agartes Epilogues #3)

Author: K.S. Villoso

Genre: Fantasy

Rating: 4,5 stars

Purchase: Amazon

Review copy provided by Enchanted Book Promotions in exchange for an honest review.

The battle at Shi-uin has left scars. The rise of Gorrhen yn Garr to power seems unstoppable. As nations fall, the lines between love and duty become blurred and Kefier, Sume, and Enosh must learn to live with the choices they have made.

The stunning conclusion to the epic fantasy trilogy that crosses champion and spectator, friends and enemies, and hero and foe in a tale of conflict, revenge, and lost kingdoms. Highly-praised for character development and rich worldbuilding, The Agartes Epilogues is a must-read for the discerning epic fantasy fan.

Sapphire’s Flight is the epic conclusion of fantasy trilogy The Agartes Epilogues. I’ve previously reviewed the first two books in the series: Jaeth’s Eye and Aina’s Breath. I really enjoyed this series so far, and was thrilled I could pick up the third book and continue reading. Needless to say if you checked my rating – I wasn’t dissapointed. In fact, this was my favorite in the entire trilogy.

Since this is the third book in a series, I don’t want to spoil too much of the plot, since I don’t want to spoil book 1 and 2. Nations have fallen, kingdoms have lost, and it’s up to our heroes, Kefier, Sume and Enosh, to learn to live with the choices they’ve made. The characters are really reaching their full potential here. There was a lot of character development and buil-up during the first two books, and I was thrilled to see the characters growing and changing and now, ultimately, reaching their full potential.

The plot kept me on the egde of my seat. The action scenes were phenomenal throughout (so in all three books). I’ve really grown to love these characters and this world, and I’ll miss it. This series really has it all, humor, excellent worldbuilding, amazing characters, romance, scandals. The conclusion was epic, which is just about the only thing I can say about it without spoiling things. It was epic, unexpected, with a few surprises that made me gasp, and I’m sad to have to say goodbye to this series.

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