Today, I get the immense pleasure to bring to you the fourth installment of K.A Linde’s Ascension series. The Society picks up exactly where The Consort left off. Cyrene and her gang are desperate to find a way to save their world. What they don’t realize is they will go to places they never knew existed. For my full review, keep reading after the book blurb.
The fourth book in the fantasy Ascension series that NYT bestselling author Susan Dennard called “perfect for fans of Sarah J Maas.”
War is on the horizon.
All while a new power grows strong, threatening the very balance of good and evil.
Desperate to save her homeland, Cyrene goes in search of the dragons that may be the key to ending this battle—and heal her dying friend.
Can Cyrene master her magic to save the world?
Cyrene finds herself desperate to find help for her bound-sister, Avoca. While their travels send them in search of mystics and healers she must also learn to control the power within her. As she is desperate to find answers, Kael has fully taken control of Byern and yearns for even more power. The network of spies that lie beneath Byern are growing stronger and yearn for a leader to help them take their world from the dark force that is taking it over. Cyrene knows to win this war she must travel to find the lost dragons. Will Cyrene be able to do all that is needed and save her friends and the world before the growing power destroys all she holds dear?
OMG! I can’t even with this book. I didn’t think this world could get any better than it already was but this book blew my expectations out of the water. Cyrene’s journey is so enthralling. Her quest for the dragons, control of her magic and saving Avoca propels this book to a whole new level. You really sink further into this world and get to see all of the characters grow. Dean and Cyrene really start to grow back together too. After the previous book and his betrayal I wasn’t sure if they would be able to salvage anything that happened between them, but their relationship has redeveloped and made their characters more dynamic. Ahlvie and Avoca are another story that has truly come together finally. What I truly loved about this book is when the characters that contain the light are present you can almost feel the light radiating off of the page. In the same token, when the characters that contain the dark are present you feel them drag you into that feeling. It truly was a fantastic book that will definitely leave you going WTF? in some parts and begging for October 2019 to hurry up and get here. This book is part 4 in a series that is ongoing. You will need to read it in order.
My review for The Affiliate (Ascension #1) is here
My review for The Bound (Ascension #2) is here
My review for The Consort (Ascension #3) is here