The Shadowglass
  • The Shadowglass
  • The Shadowglass
ISBN: 1492660604
EAN13: 9781492660606
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 5, 2019
Pages: 480
Dimensions: 2" H x 8.25" L x 5.5" W
Weight: 1.737243 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

The epic finale to The Bone Witch series As Tea's dark magic eats away at her, she must save the one she loves most, even while her life--and the kingdoms--are on the brink of destruction. Perfect for readers of Leigh Bardugo's Ninth House and Holly Black's The Cruel Prince

In the Eight Kingdoms, none have greater strength or influence than the asha, who hold elemental magic. But only a bone witch has the power to raise the dead. Tea has used this dark magic to breathe life into those she has loved and lost.and those who would join her army against the deceitful royals. But Tea's quest to conjure a shadowglass, to achieve immortality for the one person she loves most in the world, threatens to consume her.

Tea's heartsglass only grows darker with each new betrayal. Her work with the monstrous azi, her thirst for retribution, her desire to unmask the Faceless--they all feed the darkrot that is gradually consuming her heartsglass. She is haunted by blackouts and strange visions, and when she wakes with blood on her hands, Tea must answer to a power greater than the elder asha or even her conscience. Tea's life--and the fate of the kingdoms--hangs in the balance.

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   Don't recommend
The way the author weaves in social issues of taboo does not bring it justice. The whole process of going back and forth from the future to the present is confusing and unnecessary. I would recommend this book as a doorstopper, rather than one for entertainment.
   Great Ending to the Trilogy
This book is really all about love :
   Such a disappointment
She explored new places in different landscapes, built different characters and created beautiful and different villains. I disagree with a lot of reviewers that the first book was boring, I thought it created the atmosphere that was needed to propel the rest of the series. I enjoyed that the series went back and forth between the present and the past, and I thought the author did a great job with it, unlike other series that did this. I thought I did with this book just because she didn 't know how to end it. I thought the ending was horrible, I don 't know any other way to explain it besides she just didn 't know what to do. It was cliche and very predictable. I was very disappointed and almost put the book halfway through, but I felt that I had to see it until the end.
   Best bedtime story ever
I started reading the first book in this series aloud to my daughter, who had checked it out of the middle school library. By chapter 3 or so, my daughter said that she did not understand it and wanted to quit. I think it would be hard to understand if you don 't read from the very beginning, so grab the first book and enjoy.
   Great End to a Great Trilogy
The author did an amazing job tying the books in this trilogy. Once I was used to the back-and-forth of current time and the past, it was easy to get lost again in the book. My only complaint is that I had to read books between them to wait. I pick them back down the road and read them all in a row because I enjoyed them so much and deserve a second reading and maybe even a third.
   Intense ending
I have received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. This is the last book in this series and Tea has a lot on her plate. She has to make a decision or maybe a better word is sacrifice for all the kingdoms involved. One of the best things about his series is the detail of the world and characters. It is like you are there with the characters for this adventure and feel all the things they are experiencing.
Shadowglass was the fantastic and captivating conclusion to the Bone Witch trilogy. It was great to see Tea grow into her powers and to see how much stronger she has become. Together with Tea and Kalen I love so much and I truly enjoyed their relationship! Khalad and Likh were also great characters and it was nice to read more about them. I definitely recommend reading this trilogy! ''
   Lovely conclusion
I soon realized that I loved this series. While it was not overtly beautiful, it was quietly great. The main character is seriously flawed and owns it in the present and in the story she is trying to tell. I enjoyed the swap in POV in this book from the first two, it nicely wrapped the series.
   The balance between light and dark
Kalen has come to learn that within her life there is light and she has found some balance, especially with Tea in her life and by her side. I feel like we all struggle with magic, even if it is not light and dark in our lives. There is a constant that is good in all our lives, against the evil. How you're presenting yourself is up to you. Tea chooses light over dark, though the dark wishes to claim her and becomes both in the end. This balance is necessary.
   Needs editing
The wrong character names are used several times. Kalen keeps popping up where he shouldn 't be and at a point it says Prince Kalen instead of Prince Kance. Other errors include a character being passed out for several days, but then the conversation is about how scary that was today. These are just some examples.