• Page Count: 400
  • Release Date: February 6, 2018
  • My Rating: 4 stars

As two lethal elemental gods set out to destroy Mytica, sworn enemies must become allies in the final fight to save the kingdoms.

Jonas continues to willfully defy his destiny, but the consequences of plotting his own course are drastic. As the fight for Mytica rages on, he must decide just how much more he’s willing to sacrifice.

Lucia knows there’s something special about her daughter and she’ll do anything to protect her, even if that means facing Kyan alone.

Amara is called back home to Kraeshia. Grandma Cortas has her own plans for Mytica’s future. She promises Amara power, revenge, and dominance if she agrees to be part of her scheme.

Magnus and Cleo’s love will be put to the ultimate test. Dark magic is causing widespread destruction throughout the kingdom. Enemies across the sea are advancing. And unrest is stirring throughout the land. Is their love strong enough to withstand the outside forces tearing them apart?

That was a satisfying conclusion! Basically, everyone’s being possessed at some point here…

Cleo is fighting the water kindred for control over her own body, Magnus has a magic ring, Lucia is… ok, actually there are just so many characters and different storylines going on here that it would take forever to get into everything.

I also don’t want to spoil anything! I’ll just say that I liked a lot of scenes in the book, but wasn’t quite as into the overall story as I wanted to be. I think there were just waaay too many characters I didn’t really care about. I was mostly there for Magnus & Cleo and kept wishing Lucia, Jonas, and Amara would hurry up or go away. They each had like 10 extra characters hanging out with them and it started feeling like Game of Thrones where I’m just trying to find Jon or Arya…

So I think the third and fourth books are still my favorite in this series, but this was a perfect ending!

Thank you to the publisher for sending me a finished copy.


1 comment on “Review: Immortal Reign by Morgan Rhodes”

  1. I feel like I really ought to have got into this series by now but somehow it just keeps escaping me. Thanks for another great review. I’m not a fan of extraneous characters (my brain struggles to remember names) but hopefully it didn’t distract from the rest of the story too much?

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