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[Waiting on Wednesday] - #138

     Waiting On Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted over at Breaking The Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

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Title: Forest of Ruin
   Author: Kelley Armstrong
   Format: Hardcover
   Release Date: April 5th, 2016

     From #1 New York Times bestselling author Kelley Armstrong comes the breathtaking conclusion to the Age of Legends trilogy, perfect for fans of Graceling and Game of Thrones.

     The empire rests on the edge of a knife, and sisters Ashyn and Moria are the handle and the blade. Desperate to outmaneuver the evil Alvar Kitsune, whose hold on the people grows stronger every day, Emperor Tatsu begs Moria to put aside past grievances and ally with Gavril—at least long enough to make an attempt on Alvar’s life. Meanwhile, reunited with her long-lost grandfather, Ashyn discovers that she is the key to a ritual that could reawaken an ancient dragon and turn the tide of the coming battle in their favor.

     But with lies and betrayal lurking around every corner, Ashyn and Moria will have to decide once and for all where their allegiances are. And it may not be where their hearts would lead them....

     In this breathtaking final book in her epic trilogy the Age of Legends, #1 New York Times bestselling author Kelley Armstrong blends fantasy, action, and romance to give readers the unforgettable ending they’ve been waiting for.

My Stance:

     I finally managed to get my hands on this series, so I haven't yet read this book. I know coming back recently I didn't want to have to say, I am trying to avoid this book's synopsis, but I am looking forward to this series. Something about Kelley Armstrong and some of her sci-fi novels, they have such great potential that I am not going to spoil anything or risk spoiling anything for myself. I just finished Gameboard of the Gods by Richelle Mead and it was just fantastic, I am so glad that was the first book I read by her. I am super excited to get into The Immortal Crown with her, but everytime I see Richelle Mead's books, Armstrong's is right next to her. So if there's any comparison at all, I am looking forward to getting into them.
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