Read & download ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ý Trudi CanavanAm disappointed The Millennium s Rule series is complete and I am sad but also content This really was a journey and since I inished the book I ve been reading all about why it took so long to complete the obstacles Trudi Canavan has Minimalist Baker's Everyday Cooking: 101 Entirely Plant-based, Mostly Gluten-Free, Easy and Delicious Recipes faced and it makes me appreciate it so much I ll try and keep this spoilerree I really enjoyed this series For me Maker s Curse was the weakest of the novels but only because it had so much to live up to Four novels over 500 pages long each is A LOT That is a huge amount of story to tell and I m not uite sure How Canavan Keeps Everything Straight Canavan keeps everything straight her brain she may be taking lessons rom George R R Martin although at least Canavan pays out haha sorryHighlights of this series are most notably it s character driven narrative but also it s massive multi world building and the magic system I always love how Canavan writes her magic systems Tyen and Rielle stay as main protagonists throughout the entire series and while they tackle huge problems or humanity they also overcome issues caused by their own personalities just like real people
Unlike Real People Though Theyreal people though they out of situations ar too easily Maker s Curse had the potential to put Rielle and Tyen into some really difficult scenarios and j What an awful ending to a series that started so well The She Weeps Each Time You're Born first one of the series Thief s Magic was an excellent book Unfortunately with each subseuent book the uality deteriorated which culminated with that sory excuse of ainal book in an epic antasy series called Maker s Curse The series was originally intended as a trilogy and in my opinion should ve been left at that For some reason even though the main plot line was resolved within Successor s Promise the author continued with another installment Because of that or the most part of the book there was no real conflict Our main characters had defeated the Raen and together with all are left as being the most powerful sorcerers in all of the worlds One of the most interesting characters of the series Vella is completely missing Seven Days, Seven Dinners for most of the book which was another let downor me About halfway through
An Antagonist Is Introducedantagonist is introduced A Northern Light forces our characters to team up to defend the worlds The conflict introduced that late in the bookelt cheap and just a tool to If You're Missing Baby Jesus: A True Story that Embraces the Spirit of Christmas force our characters to be together The series ends with an atempt at tying up lose ends that was very predictable and uterankly badIf you are interested in the series just stop after book one it s not worth it. Cally dead worlds and dangerous sorcerers a threat unlike anything the worlds have aced before Rielle and Tyen must reunite if they are to have any chance of saving humanity. E can see how these have had an impact on
main characters we can also see the contrasts that developed within said characters over the past three books Both Tyen and Rielle are older wiser and jaded given all they ve been through Neither have wholly healed rom the events of Successor s Promise but they ve removed their Anne Perrys Christmas Crimes (Christmas Stories, fingersrom the pie of multi world politics content to contend with the issues in their own way Rielle has matured into a caring nurturing igure and her interactions with all are some of my avourite in the book Tyen remains polite and cautious always aware the enemies he s made are never White Water far behind I pretty much spent the whole book wanting to smash their lips together and give them a happy ending which I will do you theavour of not spoiling hereIf I had one gripe with Maker s Curse and I do only have one it is a lack of tension Everything The Slave Dancer felt a bit too easy everyone a bit too understanding Something bad would happen in one chapter and be resolved the next I don t expect a breakneck pace in aive hundred odd page Special Agent fantasy novel but I can count on one hand the number of times I genuinely worriedor any of the characters Considering this was ostensibly a book about Sleep with the Fishes facing conseuences of past actions current actions seemed to have very little conseuences on their own Overall though it did not dampen my enjoyment of the story and I would certainly not let it put you off Maker s Curse is a worthy ending to an excellent series and I truly hope you enjoy it as much as I did This endingelt very latThe epic tale this could and should have been drasticly changed directions after book 2 Where book 3 was somewhat interesting and believable the plot of the last installment went in a weird direction Suddenly a mad character poses an unrealistic threat and kills millions of people And the main characters just let her Because they re pacifists Nvm that they re significantly stronger they just let the threat grow and grow Just meh in theThe Main Characters We Can Also See The Contrasts That
end the antagonist just vanishes nobody is sure what even happend to her Just presumed deadIt s a good bookthe antagonist just vanishes nobody is sure what even happend to her Just presumed deadIt s a
Good Book Pacing Is Greatbook pacing is great characters are likeable the prose is great it just lows but its the superman problem what kind of a twisted uck who is basically immortal would let a murder just roam ree and not take serious action I mean at one point there was an option to just capture the antagonist and she just lets her go I am wtf You can literally just dumb her somewhere devoid of magic Problem A World on Fire fixed Pts to teach new sorcerers andind ways to counteract the war machines that are spreading throughout the worldsBut when an old enemy brings news of something worse than magi. Overall a solid book but Setting Them Straight: You CAN Do Something About Bigotry and Homophobia in Your Life for the last book in a series the endingelt very underwhelming to me especially when the stakes had been so
#High I Still Think The #I still think the of the worlds was awesome and as always I enjoyed Trudi Canavan s writing styleThanks to Netgalley and Orbit or the advance copy of Maker s Curse First of all I would like to say thank you to the people at Orbit and Netgalley or giving me the opportunity to review this book in advance It is always a privilege and I look 100 ways to Fight the Flab - and still have wine and chocolate forward to reading upcomingantasy in the The Oxford New Greek Dictionary futureThis review contains very minor spoilersor the end of Successor s Promise The ReviewAlright before I get into things I have to make a confession I wasn t sure I was going to read Maker s Curse Don t get me wrong Trudi Canavan is a terrific writer and I loved the worlds the magic system the characters etc of The Millennium s Rule series but book three totally lost me I couldn t tell you exactly what it was but I knew even as I The Cello Suites : J.S. Bach, Pablo Casals, and the search for a Baroque masterpiece finished it that I was already on theence about book our And that is
Why I Am ExceptionallyI am exceptionally I decided to read Maker s Curse because it is easily the best book since the irst one The story starts The Day Fidel Died: Cuba in the Age of Raúl, Obama, and the Rolling Stones (A Vintage Short) five years after the end of Successor s Promise with the Restorers now in charge of keeping peace between the worlds Rielle has been working tirelessly to restore magic to the worlds drained of power though she longsor a break and is starting to uestion the motives behind the worlds she is sent to save Tyen has been in hiding with his students teaching those brave enough to stay with him "about mechanical magic whilst his old school liftre "mechanical magic whilst his old school Liftre increasingly lethal means to eliminate any competition More and worlds have The New Odyssey: The Story of Europe's Refugee Crisis fallen to the twisted war machines which have been refined with brutal efficiency to destroy everything in their path With everything Tyen and Rielleought so hard to save at stake the pair have to look at the sins of their own pasts to have a hope of saving the The Jumbee future Now there are many things I loved about this story butirst and To Helvetica and Back foremost because we are talking about Trudi Canavan I have to gush over the worldbuilding We get to see many minor worlds as well as the main ones and they are just ridiculously well thought out even when they are in the storyor all of Simple Art of Greatness five minutes The impact magic has had on the worlds is both great and subtlerom great conuests and wars to shared customs and matching plantlifeThe main worlds are rich with culture religion class prejudices etc and whilst Rielle is now the Maker restorer of worlds She has lost count of the number of worlds she has been sent to saveTyen has cast off his old identity No longer a spy he now attem. .