Fantasy of Freedom is the final action-packed title in the Tainted Accords series.
This is the heaviest the veil has ever felt. But I am the strongest I have ever been. The veil is nothing.
A part of me knew when I was taken from Osolis that when I returned - if I lived long enough to return - I would carry death and destruction to her doorstep.
That is the irony of peace.
It comes only after war.
Warning: cliff-hanger ending. Recommended for mature young adults.
©2016 Kelly St. Clare (P)2017 Podium Publishing
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4 out of 5 stars
By Alexis - Fantasy Fanatic on 26-01-18

A good template for how to write a Finale

This final book of the Tainted Accords series was very satisfying. There was drama, suspense, love, war, death, and reunions. Not in that order at all. I think this is a great example of how to do a final book. It had a clear ending. The climax of this book could also be the climax of the series as a whole. The author covered all her bases. There is a clear ending. Which I loved. Everybody wants to do cliff hangers these days.

However, she was able to leave things open just a little bit so that she has an opportunity to come back to the series if she had the urge.

The author was able to take us into the war between the two worlds. It wasnt overdone with technically explanations nor was it over the top that you couldn't follow. It was written in a way to pull you into the battle but not weigh you done with so many details that you drown in them.

Olina and Jovin get hot and heavy. But are potentially pulled apart by the need to do what's best for their worlds. This makes their relationship realistic. The inner issues that come between them are things we all face in our own relationships.

Characters were further developed. Even in a Finale there is room to grow. Olina is still quite young and has to grow in maturity from hated half breed into someone her people can respect. she wants to be able to rule but has to learn not to run head first into everything. of course she does that a few times in the beginning but you can see when she starts to learn from her mistakes.

Again, good finale to an overall good series.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Barb (Paging Through The Days) on 26-06-17

Amazing story!

This is the final book in The Tainted Accords and this saddens me. I love this series. From page one I was attached to these books and this one especially. I could not put it down, and when I had to, it almost killed me. Lol

I love, love, love the twists and turns these poor characters had to keep taking. Just when Lina and Jovan though they'd had a plan that would work, chaos would erupt again. Though in defense of Lina, she sort of brings chaos wherever she goes.

The war is starting. Fire and Ice will come face to face in a battle that will mean more to them than any of them see at the start. The battle rages and many lives are lost on both sides. Hearts will break. Men will fall and a a kingdom will fall.

This story is a whirlwind of action, love and loss. It's by far my favorite of the series. I hold Lina and Jovan in a special place in my heart. Theirs is a story of love unlike any other. It's a must read!

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