THE EPIC CONCLUSION TO THE SONG OF KAMARIA TRILOGY. ALL SONGS END.
War ravages Kamaria as an old enemy resurfaces from the depths of the ocean. Offering no support in the coming battles, the Auk’nai isolate themselves in their tightly guarded Nest. Outgunned and outmatched, humanity once again trembles on the edge of obliteration.
The Castus family is torn apart. Denton fights on the front lines, hoping to free Cade from a nightmarish foe. Meanwhile, Eliana and Nella set out on a path that will change everything they understand about the Sirens. The Song will end, but who will remain to hear its final verse?
At the Threshold of the Universe is an epic swan song that hits all the right chords. It is a truly magnificent conclusion to the Song of Kamaria series.
It is difficult to say too much, when reviewing the final book in a series, without spoiling the plot, so I will keep this review brief to avoid spoilers.
T.A. Bruno really throws everything at us in this book, including time travel. I particularly enjoyed these sequences as they added so much added interest and depth to the plot. The action sequences are intense and relentless, with the stakes at their highest yet. The plot is brilliantly woven throughout, bringing this series to a wonderfully satisfying conclusion.
The real strength of this series, which really comes through in this book more than ever, is the Castus family. I really enjoyed the development of the family and their individual quests and struggles. The overriding feelings, I got when reading this book, are of love and hope against all odds.
I enjoyed my time on Kamaria immensely. T.A. Bruno has created a magnificent world with depth, history, and wonder. This is the type of science-fiction I want to read more of. I would also recommend this series to any fantasy fans who would like to read more science-fiction or delve into the genre for the first time.
So, as the Song of Kamaria fades out, I know it will linger on in my memory… like an earworm… I definitely want to hear more from this author in the future.
Thank you for taking the time to read my review.