Iron Garland
Wall Street Journal bestselling author Jeff Wheeler continues his majestic Harbinger series in a world where motivations are as mysterious as magic.For three years, Sera Fitzempress has been a pawn in a gilded prison—the floating manor of Pavenham Sky. Disgraced and exiled from society, she has been isolated from the downtrodden she’s determined to liberate. But although Sera may seem subservient on the outside, the stubborn princess has only become emboldened.Now in charge of her family’s estate, Cettie Pratt has grown into an independent young woman, although she continues to be tested by the high society of the clouds. Advancing in the magic of the Mysteries, Cettie is also a useful tool of defense during turbulent times. However, as more of Cettie’s mysterious past comes to light, her greatest challenge may be a reckless stranger with a dark secret.The fog of war is drawing in, and with it comes a startling new enemy who may unravel secrets that both women would prefer stay hidden. But their secrets may be the only way to stop the coming darkness…

Iron Garland Details

TitleIron Garland
Author
ReleaseNov 13th, 2018
Publisher47North
ISBN-139781503903975
Rating
GenreFantasy

Iron Garland Review

  • Quintin Zimmermann
    January 1, 1970
    Iron Garland is the third instalment of Jeff Wheeler's planned five book Harbinger series and Jeff Wheeler certainly doesn't disappoint. After the very solid foundations laid by the preceding books, Jeff Wheeler has skipped ahead three years, ramped up the intrigue and expanded the world across the Mirror Gate. The fate of both worlds rest in Sera’s and Cettie's capable young hands as they gather their wits and rise above their allotted stations, much to the chagrin of their elders. Sera and Cet Iron Garland is the third instalment of Jeff Wheeler's planned five book Harbinger series and Jeff Wheeler certainly doesn't disappoint. After the very solid foundations laid by the preceding books, Jeff Wheeler has skipped ahead three years, ramped up the intrigue and expanded the world across the Mirror Gate. The fate of both worlds rest in Sera’s and Cettie's capable young hands as they gather their wits and rise above their allotted stations, much to the chagrin of their elders. Sera and Cettie are blossoming into strong ladies, each with their own distinctive voice which is a tribute to the writing prowess of Jeff Wheeler. While waiting for the release of Iron Garland, I read for the first time Wheeler's debut series, Legends of Muirwood, and his skills as an author have noticeably grown. His characters in Harbinger are far more nuanced and his situational writing and plotting has significantly improved with experience. A thoroughly enjoyable journey with the now familiar characters of Sera and Cettie in a world brimming with magic and yet to be revealed secrets. These are characters that are close to my heart and I pine for their return in Prism Cloud.
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  • Spencer Fields
    January 1, 1970
    Another Wonderful Work by WheelerThe third book of the Harbinger series by Jeff Wheeler is another testament to the author’s ability to draw you into a story. While the book is good on it’s own merit, you really need to read the previous two installments to fully appreciate it. The book starts off with an unexpected twist that, for me, confirmed some suspicions but left many more questions unanswered. Cettie and Sera continue their disparate adventures, and as a reader you are able to start to p Another Wonderful Work by WheelerThe third book of the Harbinger series by Jeff Wheeler is another testament to the author’s ability to draw you into a story. While the book is good on it’s own merit, you really need to read the previous two installments to fully appreciate it. The book starts off with an unexpected twist that, for me, confirmed some suspicions but left many more questions unanswered. Cettie and Sera continue their disparate adventures, and as a reader you are able to start to piece some things together.While in the previous novels I felt that Cettie had a richer character development, this book was Sera’s time to shine. As a reader, it was fun for me to see Sera discover herself while she went through a crucible. From spending time in Pavenham Sky to traveling to other worlds, I felt that Sera really began to figure out who she wants to be, and what she must do to get there.I found myself vacillating on how I felt about certain characters introduced in this novel. Could I trust them or not? Whether I could or not, should the protagonists trust them?. Again Jeff Wheeler masterfully keeps you guessing as to where true loyalties lie as the fate of both individual lives and that of empires hang in the balance.If you enjoyed the other books, keep reading. The story just gets better and better. I anxiously anticipate the next book. I feel like this book was a pivotal piece to the story and that it has set the stage for some exciting developments ahead.If you want a good story that is fun, intense and engaging, and have not started the series yet, I strongly encourage you to do so. I would personally advise that you read some of Jeff’s other series first. While not necessary, knowing more about the worlds of Muirwood and Kingfountain add depth to an already wonderfully woven saga. I am excited to continue the the adventures in Prism Cloud when that book is released in a few months.Edit: I initially gave this book 4 stars, but now that some time has passed I have found that whenever my mind has a chance to wander, it is returning to this world and analyzing the twists and turns and postulating what may be coming next. To captivate the mind and fill it with anticipation is the sign that Iron Garland needed that fifth star. While I am done reading the book, the story keeps me lingering in the world that has been created in the mind of the author and conveyed by simple ink on a page.Disclaimer: I received an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review. The thoughts expressed here are my own.
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  • Matthew
    January 1, 1970
    Iron Garland marks the midway point of the Harbinger series. In most series, this is where the story slows down and not much happens as the author slowly moves pieces into place but withholds any sort of resolution in order to keep the tension for the concluding installment(s). I am so glad to report that Iron Garland does not succumb to that problem. It is not a stand-alone novel in any sense of the word, but enough of the story lines are given a sense of completion that it feels like a novel a Iron Garland marks the midway point of the Harbinger series. In most series, this is where the story slows down and not much happens as the author slowly moves pieces into place but withholds any sort of resolution in order to keep the tension for the concluding installment(s). I am so glad to report that Iron Garland does not succumb to that problem. It is not a stand-alone novel in any sense of the word, but enough of the story lines are given a sense of completion that it feels like a novel and not just a part of something bigger. But at the same time, Iron Garland stands as a great middle chapter in a much larger epic.A full review of the story line would reveal too many spoilers, but I can at least say that Iron Garland continues the stories of Cettie Saeed and Sera Fitzempress. As the Kingfountain novels loosely followed the Wars of the Roses, so these loosely follow the early reign of Victoria. But having that knowledge makes the story even more enjoyable: Wheeler does not slavishly copy history with the names changed, but uses it as a springboard to create a complex set of events leading to climactic final chapters (and additional books in the series). Iron Garland opens with a shocking death and doesn't let up until the final surprises in the last chapter. I got to the end and had to remind myself that the next installment is still months away.But the book's strengths come not just from the action (which is well paced and frequent) but also from the various characters and their relationships. We get to see Cettie and Sera grow into even stronger protagonists, as they deal with one problem after another. Wheeler is one of the leading proponents of clean fiction, but that doesn't mean boring or flat characters: both Cettie and Sera face tough moral questions throughout and do not always respond like Polyanna. But it's still a morally complex story that gives the reader more than just an action buzz.This may be a cliche, but I honestly am looking forward to the next installment, more than I have found myself doing in a long, long time. In general, I've gotten tired of the 'grimdark' storytelling that a lot of fantasy holds to these days, but Wheeler's fresh and exciting storytelling has given me renewed hope for the genre. We need more of this.(Disclaimers: (1) I received an advance copy of the book in exchange for this review; (2) I was the book review editor on the original run of Wheeler's Deep Magic magazine, and so I have counted Jeff as a friend for more than a decade. My enthusiasm over this book comes not from any desire to help him get sales -- he has managed that well enough on his own -- but because this is one really good book!)
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  • Crystal
    January 1, 1970
    Disclaimer: I received this book free from Netgalley in return for an unbiased review.He did it again. Mr. Wheeler sets about making me care about people and then up-ends them. Twice in this book! Once in the first chapter!! I expect this kind of tricksy-ness from George R. R. Martin, but you sir! Don’t stop! 😊These are such great books. Cettie, is becoming a force to reckon with. Her power is unstoppable but it is tempered with such a sweetness of character. I adore her and her entire adopted f Disclaimer: I received this book free from Netgalley in return for an unbiased review.He did it again. Mr. Wheeler sets about making me care about people and then up-ends them. Twice in this book! Once in the first chapter!! I expect this kind of tricksy-ness from George R. R. Martin, but you sir! Don’t stop! 😊These are such great books. Cettie, is becoming a force to reckon with. Her power is unstoppable but it is tempered with such a sweetness of character. I adore her and her entire adopted family. Yeah that’s right, I said all of them. Even a little more after this book. (no spoilers!)Sera is fast becoming a favorite as well. She’s a canny, brave little thing. I love that her story line is taking her straight to our beloved Kingfountain. Oh, oops that was a spoiler, but I won’t say more. Other than there is the promise that a character of some renown from the Kingfountain books will be making an appearance in the series. CAN NOT WAIT!Like the other books in the series this one is highly readable, smoothly written and absorbing. However, this is not something you can pick up in the middle of the series. I would recommend going back to at least book one of the Harbinger series, if not all the way back to the beginning of his books … actually yes … do that last thing. If you love a good long series like I do then by all means get to steppin’. In case you needed any more incentive most of them can be found on Kindle Unlimited. Now I just have to wait until book 4 comes out in March 2019. I think I can make it!Extra Links:Jeff Wheeler series reading order – this page tells you all about how to get started in this series which is 19 books long and counting. Be still my book loving heart!Song for this book: Last of Days – A Fine Frenzy
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  • Shaline Lopez
    January 1, 1970
    What can I say about this book! I just adore this series and the universe that Wheeler has created. It's atypical to find a series that follows characters from childhood through adulthood, and Wheeler does that as well as any of the masters. Cettie, Sera and the rest are so relatable and believable. Oftentimes, characters lose the traits that originally made me love them as they progress through a series. That doesn't happen with the characters of Iron Garland. These are the same people that I l What can I say about this book! I just adore this series and the universe that Wheeler has created. It's atypical to find a series that follows characters from childhood through adulthood, and Wheeler does that as well as any of the masters. Cettie, Sera and the rest are so relatable and believable. Oftentimes, characters lose the traits that originally made me love them as they progress through a series. That doesn't happen with the characters of Iron Garland. These are the same people that I loved and/or hated in Storm Glass, just with more maturity and experience behind their decisions. That doesn't mean the characters are perfect. They make missteps and are sometimes blind to the consequences their actions may have. The plot had a few predictable twists and turns, but managed to shock me numerous times! Despite a couple of VERY startling developments, Iron Garland left me feeling great about the series. I can't wait for the next entry in the series, Prism Cloud!
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  • T.E. Bradford
    January 1, 1970
    Book 3 of the Harbinger series drops us back into the lives of Cettie and Sera (aka Seraphina), two friends born on opposite ends of the class spectrum. While both are in completely different situations, both face very similar challenges.WHAT WORKED FOR ME:The drop into book three was seamless. There was no ramp up, with pages and pages of information explaining the previous books. At the same time, there was nothing to leave you lost trying to figure out where, when and with whom the story was. Book 3 of the Harbinger series drops us back into the lives of Cettie and Sera (aka Seraphina), two friends born on opposite ends of the class spectrum. While both are in completely different situations, both face very similar challenges.WHAT WORKED FOR ME:The drop into book three was seamless. There was no ramp up, with pages and pages of information explaining the previous books. At the same time, there was nothing to leave you lost trying to figure out where, when and with whom the story was. Wheeler just drops you into the world he’s created, and you’re there with the characters, feeling what they feel, seeing through their eyes.Another big draw for me was all the mentions and references to other books and worlds he’s created. I love how Harbinger draws them all together through time and space, weaving a tapestry that now has its borders and tassels and all the right finishes.But the biggest draw of all is exactly what I’ve found Wheeler to be so good at – the intellectual. In Cettie you will find not just a girl born into poverty, striving to find herself and to be worthy, but a girl who is keenly intelligent. She’s sharp. Not just a little, either. More, she’s compassionate. She cares about others. In Sera you have a girl born into wealth and distinction, but who struggles to find herself every bit as much. While she doesn’t have Cettie’s natural abilities, she does have a sense of truth and honor that are compelling.You don’t just read this book, you feel it. You see it. You experience it. Characters who use their minds to benefit not only themselves but others is a wonderful thing to find. You sit, hunched over the book, a huge grin on your face. Even when you look up and realize you’re smiling like a fool alone in the dark at three in the morning, you keep smiling. And of course, keep reading.WHAT DIDN’T WORK FOR ME:Darn little, that’s for sure. But there is something. In a previous series (which I will not reveal so as not to spoil anything for other readers) there is a certain rather prominent romance between two absolutely endearing characters. You love them. You route for them. You WANT them to be together… and then they’re not. Certainly there’s a realism to the outcome (one that Wheeler must feel keenly himself as he even discusses the decision in his author notes), but it left me feeling melancholy. Was it done well? Absolutely. The writing was flawless. The execution perfection, and quite believable. But I read to escape reality. To find the happy endings that life can’t always provide. Especially when I’m reading fantasy. So I sighed a deep sigh and kept moving.Now, here in Harbinger, there are other romances. One in particular. Of course I wondered if I would have the same deep sigh as before. I can’t tell you whether you will or won’t – that would be a spoiler – but I will say that all of the build-up, all of the angst and uncertainty and emotion led to a point that was somehow almost anticlimactic. I wanted to feel everything with the characters, and oddly, the moment passed rather quickly. Which, whether negative or positive, lacked a bit of depth. Will there be more about this moment in the next book? I hope so. I was past the moment almost before I realized what had happened, so I hope the emotional aspect, the thoughts and internalizations that are so prevalent throughout the rest of the story are explored so that I can not only understand, but be there. Because I so keenly want to experience everything with these characters who I not only know, but care for so deeply. Is my only negative a back-handed compliment? You betcha! ;-)I received a free copy of this book, but the review is my own and quite honest opinion.
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  • Lois Young
    January 1, 1970
    Jeff Wheeler doesn't hesitate to start "Iron Garland" off with a jaw-dropping reveal that yanks you into the story and makes you want to continue reading to the end!Three years have passed since the events of "Mirror Gate," and both Sera and Cettie are surviving their current situations. The former is still exiled from society and is living under house arrest, and the latter is running her family's estate. However, while people continue to shun them, both young women fortify themselves in order Jeff Wheeler doesn't hesitate to start "Iron Garland" off with a jaw-dropping reveal that yanks you into the story and makes you want to continue reading to the end!Three years have passed since the events of "Mirror Gate," and both Sera and Cettie are surviving their current situations. The former is still exiled from society and is living under house arrest, and the latter is running her family's estate. However, while people continue to shun them, both young women fortify themselves in order to meet the challenges they face, which will become necessary as events unfold within the novel.The war with Kingfountain has been going on for three years as well. And, in order to secure victory for Harbinger, both Cettie and Sera must demonstrate their skills in order to preserve their worth to society. Cettie uses her abilities to secure victories on the battlegrounds, while Sera uses her negotiation techniques to come up with an armistice. However, there are more forces and enemies at work and they want to topple everything that Sera, Cettie, and their comrades are striving to save. By the end of the novel, more twists and revelations are known. This can only mean that Sera and Cettie will continue to be pawns in the game for power. Only this time, Sera and Cettie will have a better handle on things, for now.With each book I read, I become more and more pique by the way Jeff Wheeler manages to write his stories. He makes you want to read his next one! The characters and the world building allow fascination to transpire as one continues reading. I cannot wait for the next book in this series! I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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  • Tales Untangled
    January 1, 1970
    We enter the scene three years later, and Sera and Cettie have both matured and grown. Their circumstances and responsibilities have formed them into new people - but better.Sera is more reticent, keeps her own counsel and has unintentionally learned the art of manipulation. That may sound like a negative, but because she's honest she works through this as well as other issues.Cettie has the responsibility of caring for the family home and has earned the respect of many, though there are some wh We enter the scene three years later, and Sera and Cettie have both matured and grown. Their circumstances and responsibilities have formed them into new people - but better.Sera is more reticent, keeps her own counsel and has unintentionally learned the art of manipulation. That may sound like a negative, but because she's honest she works through this as well as other issues.Cettie has the responsibility of caring for the family home and has earned the respect of many, though there are some who just can't get past her background. As the threads in the story twisted and reformed, I found myself spinning as I wondered what would happen next. I know that Wheeler doesn't mind having these go awry and I still don't have a clear picture where this tale will land in the next book! I love a good surprise.Iron Garland has been my favorite in the Harbinger series because the intensity is ramping up exponentially. This series is a must read for fantasy lovers.I also love the covers! I find them artistic and refreshing.For more reading suggestions go to www.talesuntangled.wordpress.com
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  • Sarah
    January 1, 1970
    The next one doesn’t come out until March??? 😭😭😭
  • Autumn Bachhofer
    January 1, 1970
    Always love his books!I will always love his books. The world that they are in are great and wonderful! I hope you all love it too!
  • Alison Culhane
    January 1, 1970
    Three years into the war with Kingfountain, the populace is weary of it. Sera has been ostracized from society in the hopes to make her subservient. Cettie has grown into her role of Keeper of Fog Hollow and is finally feeling confident in herself. But the war is coming to a head and both women will play a vital role in it. I loved the character growth in both of the main characters. Wheeler also does a great job of weaving the “bad” guys in throughout the story, making it tough to always tell w Three years into the war with Kingfountain, the populace is weary of it. Sera has been ostracized from society in the hopes to make her subservient. Cettie has grown into her role of Keeper of Fog Hollow and is finally feeling confident in herself. But the war is coming to a head and both women will play a vital role in it. I loved the character growth in both of the main characters. Wheeler also does a great job of weaving the “bad” guys in throughout the story, making it tough to always tell who is on which side. I can’t wait to continue this series.
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  • Judith Moore
    January 1, 1970
    Originally posted at Chain Interaction I always find it quite tricky to review a series, particularly one being published as quickly as this one is, I don’t just want to repeat what I’ve said in previous reviews, but it’s hard to build on them without mentioning things from before. I’ve left links to my previous two reviews above, so maybe check those out for some additional context.A hallmark of a book in a Jeff Wheeler series is, of course, the time jump, in this case, we’re a few years ahead Originally posted at Chain Interaction I always find it quite tricky to review a series, particularly one being published as quickly as this one is, I don’t just want to repeat what I’ve said in previous reviews, but it’s hard to build on them without mentioning things from before. I’ve left links to my previous two reviews above, so maybe check those out for some additional context.A hallmark of a book in a Jeff Wheeler series is, of course, the time jump, in this case, we’re a few years ahead of the events of Mirror Gate (at least that’s how it read to me) and not only have our characters aged and changed in the meantime, but the world is now also at war. I thought this was a great way to build the stakes of this particular story, creating a new wave of excitement and some changes within society that would have been hard to engineer otherwise.I might have actually switched favourite character over from Cettie to Sera – not something I thought would happen. This isn’t to suggest that Cettie is any less fun to read, but Sera’s story and her boldness becomes so much more compelling in this book. I always see it as a great thing when characters can shift and change in your perception as a series goes on. I thought that the way this book dealt with the fallout of Sera’s perceived disgrace at the end of the previous book was really well done, I don’t know about other readers but I felt genuinely affronted on her behalf.I’m looking forward to a time when these two characters stories will be joined up again, at the moment it’s starting to feel like two books that have been smooshed together. It isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but I did like the friendship between these two women and I would appreciate more moments between the two of them in future books.There is more romance in this book than I felt there was in the earlier books. Since the characters are now getting to a marriageable age it’s not too surprising and again I think it adds to the book rather than taking away from the plot. It’s another Sera and Cettie can either defy what is expected of them or it can be a way for them to use the system to their own advantage.I find it really hard to pin down what it is that keeps me coming back to these books. I think there’s something about Wheeler’s writing that feels very nostalgic to me, like aged up children’s stories (and I very much mean that as a compliment). There’s that safe feeling that, despite everything that goes wrong, it will all come out right in the end. I suppose I’ll have to wait until May 2019 to be proved wrong with book four Prism Cloud.My rating: 4/5 starsI received a free digital advanced review copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.
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  • Lori
    January 1, 1970
    A new book by Jeff Wheeler always makes me happy! Iron Garland is the 3rd book in his planned 5 book Harbinger series. Cettie and Sera, the two main characters are older and wiser in this novel, but they both face many challenges and dangers as they seek their way forward. New characters, plot twists and revelations make this quite an exciting read I love how Mr. Wheeler writes such strong, realistic young characters who grow and mature and strive to do the right thing, and ultimately prevail ov A new book by Jeff Wheeler always makes me happy! Iron Garland is the 3rd book in his planned 5 book Harbinger series. Cettie and Sera, the two main characters are older and wiser in this novel, but they both face many challenges and dangers as they seek their way forward. New characters, plot twists and revelations make this quite an exciting read I love how Mr. Wheeler writes such strong, realistic young characters who grow and mature and strive to do the right thing, and ultimately prevail over great dangers and enemies to save their worlds. Add some excellent world building and a touch of magic, and you have a near perfect story. You just can’t go wrong with a Jeff Wheeler book - each one just gets better and better. I can’t wait until book 4 arrives! Many thanks to Netgalley and 47 for the e-arc. Highly recommend!
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  • Paresh Jha
    January 1, 1970
    Yet another fantastic edition to the Wheelerverse."Iron Garland" further explores the challenges Cettie and Sera continue to face as war and political maneuvering surround them.I won't get into spoiler territory but I will say Mr. Wheeler brilliantly fleshes out two characters who we got to know as young children in the previous books. Seeing them grow into young adults has been fascinating.At the end of the day I believe this is a story about understanding who you are during turbulent times. Bo Yet another fantastic edition to the Wheelerverse."Iron Garland" further explores the challenges Cettie and Sera continue to face as war and political maneuvering surround them.I won't get into spoiler territory but I will say Mr. Wheeler brilliantly fleshes out two characters who we got to know as young children in the previous books. Seeing them grow into young adults has been fascinating.At the end of the day I believe this is a story about understanding who you are during turbulent times. Both Cettie and Sera have unique but equally difficult challenges. How they attempt to maintain their integrity while grappling with inner demons and political corruption is what really keeps you reading.I can't recommend this enough!
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  • Jen
    January 1, 1970
    Iron Garland continues the adventures three years after Mirror Gate; the war with King Fountain has been calamitous. Both girls have developed into stronger versions of their personalities. Sera has learned to bide her time and control her impulses; Cettie, whose skills are crucial in the war with King Fountain, has learned how to handle those who would pressure her.The possibility of a negotiated end to the war has been floated and will require a sacrifice on Sera's part. Fully fleshed characte Iron Garland continues the adventures three years after Mirror Gate; the war with King Fountain has been calamitous. Both girls have developed into stronger versions of their personalities. Sera has learned to bide her time and control her impulses; Cettie, whose skills are crucial in the war with King Fountain, has learned how to handle those who would pressure her.The possibility of a negotiated end to the war has been floated and will require a sacrifice on Sera's part. Fully fleshed characters and engrossing plots make Wheeler's work stand out, and I'm glad to see the connection with King Fountain becoming a significant part of the story.NetGalley/47 NorthYA Fantasy. Nov. 13, 2018. Print length: 352 pages.
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  • RobC
    January 1, 1970
    Well written, continued complex development of characters and plot but too short and would have liked this to be the final installment. Left me hanging but still interested - for now. Frustrated that the book was so short and that the purpose of this installment was to add more complexity to the plot. Though some things were revealed I definitely expected it move the series along more quickly. I didn’t realize there was to be a 4th book and looked forward to more resolutions. Still it’s a very g Well written, continued complex development of characters and plot but too short and would have liked this to be the final installment. Left me hanging but still interested - for now. Frustrated that the book was so short and that the purpose of this installment was to add more complexity to the plot. Though some things were revealed I definitely expected it move the series along more quickly. I didn’t realize there was to be a 4th book and looked forward to more resolutions. Still it’s a very good book and it will be hard to wait for the next installment but I have no choice. Definitely read it. I really enjoyed it.
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  • Kelli
    January 1, 1970
    I would like to thank 47North for the advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review.These books are so fun and engaging. I rarely run through a series like I did this one and I can't wait for the next installment.PGPros:Cettie and Sera are pretty awesome. They are smart and in control and make mistakes here and there to keep them down to earth.Jeff gives you the closure you need for this book but leaves you dying for the next one at the end. The imagery and magic system are very well don I would like to thank 47North for the advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review.These books are so fun and engaging. I rarely run through a series like I did this one and I can't wait for the next installment.PGPros:Cettie and Sera are pretty awesome. They are smart and in control and make mistakes here and there to keep them down to earth.Jeff gives you the closure you need for this book but leaves you dying for the next one at the end. The imagery and magic system are very well done.I had a great time guessing who the bad guys were and who's actually on their side. Cons:I don't really have any for this one.
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  • Sierra Greene
    January 1, 1970
    I CANNOT GET ENOUGH OF THESE BOOKS!!!Jeff Wheeler is simply amazing!!! I simply adore his books, and how this series is bringing all of his series together! He is simply a literary genius! I cannot get enough, and devour these in 24 hours!!!! I don’t know how I’m going to wait until March!
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  • rhenee
    January 1, 1970
    Not the Usual FareBook three is not the meaty fare of the previous two novels in the Harbinger series. I looked forward to plot twists and turns throughout. Most showed up in the epilogue. Still, an interesting read.
  • CHRYSTA BOND
    January 1, 1970
    BeautifulAs always this latest installment left me wanting more. And thinking about international relations and ancient as well as newer animosities . Nothing for it- i will have to start the series again. Then reread everything else he has written. Again
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  • Lila White
    January 1, 1970
    NNNNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! I'll only say that the ending took me completely by surprise.This was such a delicious read, interesting clues dropped, and many, MANY things to ponder such as Joanna. Jeff Wheeler has done it again.
  • RACHEL ROBLES
    January 1, 1970
    What can I say?This book is just so good! A few surprises, great character growth, new characters introduced - the continuation of this story is everything you probably imagined and waited patiently for. Can't wait until book 4!!!
  • Greg Garguilo
    January 1, 1970
    A worthy follow-up to an already strong startWith some changes in Wheeler's literary technique which I found surprising and enjoyable both. Most strongly recommend this new work.
  • Emily
    January 1, 1970
    I love that the characters are strong, but have great weaknesses. Wonderful story weaving!
  • Kristina Jean Lareau
    January 1, 1970
    So much depth and intrigue!
  • Stephanie Augustine
    January 1, 1970
    I don't know why I subject myself to these books. I'm not emotionally okay.
  • Betty
    January 1, 1970
    I love this series so much!Full review coming soon.
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