Waiting on Wednesday: Nightfall – Den Patrick

Waiting on Wednesday: Nightfall – Den Patrick

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Synopsis

Book Three in stunning Scandinavia-inspired fantasy trilogy The Ashen Torment.

The sky is filled with dragons: the people are ready to burn the regime to the ground.
The seas churn with monsters and the tide is changing: revolution is coming.
Steiner has at last realised the part he will play in this fight.
Kimi knows now what it is to lead, but must learn to overcome differences if she is to unite and defeat the dragon factions.
Silverdust inches towards a final revenge.

Across the ocean, Kjellrun feels the call of war. But she must reconcile her new responsibilities to the people of the temple with the urge to find her family.
Leaders, all – and all are desperate. For the Emperor will not give up easily. He will rule – and he cares not if his subjects are alive… or if they are dead.
Worlds and outlooks collide, wars begin and lives will end in this spectacular finale by a new master in the fantasy genre. The stakes have never been higher in the roaring conclusion to the beloved Ashen Torment series.

Thoughts

Copy of book cover (50)Welcome to another waiting on Wednesday! This week I’m talking about Nightfall, the third and final book in the Ashen Torment series. I actually hadn’t heard much about the release of this at all – it’s still showing as untitled and without a cover on Goodreads. I then came across a mention on Twitter with that stunning cover and it made me so excited to pick this one up. Den Patrick’s Erebus Sequence is one of my favourite fantasy series of all time and Witchsign was one of my favourite books of 2018. (I haven’t actually read book two Stormtide yet, but it is very high on my priority list). I completely fell in love with the characters in this series and I’m so excited to see what the rest of the series brings. The Ashen Torment books are set in such a fascinating world and it’s one of those stories you absolutely cannot put down. Nightfall is publishing August 20th from HarperVoyager. 

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