Ligea’s son, Arrant, leaves Tyrans for Kardiastan to take his place as Mirager-heir, while Ligea prepares to halt an insurrection. But Arrant’s skills as a Magoroth are dangerously inconsistent, and his father, Temellin, finds it difficult to communicate with this secretive young man he barely knows. Arrant’s singular ability to communicate with his half-brother, Tarran – a part of the collective mind known as the Mirage Makers – leads them both towards the possibility of a tragic clash with the encroaching Ravage.
This is a great ending to a fascinating trilogy.
It can be a little slow in places.