Early reviews continue to roll in for Immortal at the Edge of the World…
This time around, we get to explore a little more of Asian culture, with the introduction of one of Adam’s friend, Hsu, faeries, and the trade world to the Orient. Perhaps it was also because my lack of interest of this topic that made it slightly harder for me to read it, so it does feel slightly lackluster in the middle… BUT I am so glad I do carry on because it picked up and become immensely good in the end. I love the conclusion of the trilogy.
Yes, I actually squealed that when I first saw the cover for the third book in the Immortal series. It’s been two years since I last had an Adam fix and I’ve been waiting, and waiting, and waiting to find out what happens next.
After having read all of the Immortal books and short stories, this was easily the best! Adam is at his witty, sarcastic best as he tries to discover the mysterious person/s who have been hunting for him.