I cannot believe we are here already… I have finished Age of Magic, the final book of The Wish Quartet. It really was a series which just kept getting better and better.

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I have loved every page of The Wish Quartet books and I am so excited to see what Elise Kova and Lynn Larsh do next!

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Title: Age of Magic

Author: Elise Kova & Lynn Larsh

Synopsis: A new age has dawned. Will Jo be its savior, or its downfall?
The Society is over and its members are now free in a new world. But freedom is not what it seems, and their true enemy is still at large.

Joining together one last time, the members lend their magic and knowledge to Jo to finally put an end to the madness of Chaos and finally free Snow. There’s no easy path to victory, and securing the future of the new Age of Magic may cost Jo everything. 

Will her plan be enough to finally end a divine war that has spanned across thousands of years? Or is this new Age of Magic merely a precursor to the final Age of Oblivion?

Age of Magic is a full length fantasy/paranormal romance novel that’s the third book in the Wish Quartet, a four-book series that establishes the Age of Magic universe. It’s perfect for readers who love time travel, twisty slow-burn stories, and steamy (sexy) romance.

Pages: 344

Categories: Fantasy, Mythology,

Publication Date: 10th September 2018

Publisher: Independent

Rating: 5 stars

Content Warnings: n/a

Review: I can’t quite believe it is over. I am so incredibly amazing the whole series was. And whilst I am so happy to have read and loved it, I am a little sad to be leave the world that Kova and Larsh have created. I cannot wait to see where they go next – in future books.

The world building in Age of Magic is wonderful – I loved every detail and wish I had thousands of pages to explore that world through. The glance of the kingdom of Luana was amazing. The scope of the world that they have created is incredible, and I am hoping that the threads left lose in the epilogue mean that we are going to get future books set in this world.

I loved the characters, I mean – I am not sure I could have loved them more than I already did after finishing Birth of Chaos, but I was wrong. Especially Samson, it was wonderful to have focus on him for much of the book. I love that we got to know each of the members of The Society over the course of the series.

I really don’t want to post much about the plot – especially as we are dealing with book four, but I will say it was a thoroughly enjoyable read, and one in which the reader is pulled along by an fantastic plot as well as some unique and memorable characters.

If you are intrigued then please check out my reviews of the earlier books. Society of Wishes, Circle of Ashes and Birth of Chaos.

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