The High Lord by Trudi Canavan, A Review

As the strange murders in the city continue, the Thieves realize things may not be exactly as they seem. The High Lord takes on a different kind of role in this book, and I gotta say, it was phenomenal.

Its been a year since Sonea won the challenge against Regin and (YAY!) she hasn’t been bothered since. However, she still doesn’t really have too many close friends.

This book was the most exciting one, which I guess makes sense because it is the final book in this fabulous trilogy. There are intense political maneuverings, a slight focus on how important LGBTQ rights are, and, of course and FINALLY, love.

I loved every second of this series and I highly recommend it for young adult and adult fans of fantasy!

Thanks for reading my review and happy reading!!

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