All about Books
This is the page where I will be discussing what I'm reading, reviewing those books and be open to suggestions to keep adding to my To Be Read pile. Honestly, I'm never going to get through that thing anyway, so the more the merrier.
This review, beginning my October reads, is for the 4th book in a series which has quickly become a favourite- the Talon saga.
Author: Julie Kagawa
Part of a trilogy: No, book 4 in the Talon saga
Original publication date: 4th May 2017
My Rating: 5 out of 5 stars (Read October 2017)
I was, like so many other people, very nervous at the end of Soldier and interested to see how the beginning of Legion would play out. On the one hand, I'm happy about it, but on the other, I'm now curious to find out in book 5 if anything more comes from those events. I think it could perhaps be taken further.
So much happened! In contrast to Rogue, where it lacked something, with just enough action to keep it interesting, everything has been steadily cranked up since then. In Legion, it gets pushed- and there's still one final book to come!!
I was glad Mist made her return and it's interesting to see the dynamics between her and Riley/Cobalt play out. And I definitely hate Dante with a passion. The fact that he no longer cares about Ember getting hurt makes me want to punch him, regardless of whether he thinks he's going the right thing for Talon. No, he's doing the right thing for himself, and there's a difference.
That finale was...amazing and scary. Everything changes in this book and I'm equally nervous and excited for how things will end with my ragtag bunch of humans and dragons in Inferno.
This was an easy 5 stars to hand out. Thankfully, I now only have about half a year to wait instead of the full year (Having a mountain for a TBR pile does have its advantages, I guess).
Comment if you've read it I highly recommend the series, particularly if you're a fan of dragons. As always, all the best and happy reading. :)
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