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The battles of The Great War continue, and continue to excite The fourth and final book of The Seraphinium continues in the fashion of the third War and campaigning dominate the majority of the pages and never fail to entertain I figured out a few of the ending parts earlier on but Daniel McHugh definitely kept me second guessing myself until the very end I ve loved every one of the books of The Seraphinium and am sad to see it end, but happy with the ending I look forward tofrom Mr The battles of The Great War continue, and continue to excite The fourth and final book of The Seraphinium continues in the fashion of the third War and campaigning dominate the majority of the pages and never fail to entertain I figured out a few of the ending parts earlier on but Daniel McHugh definitely kept me second guessing myself until the very end I ve loved every one of the books of The Seraphinium and am sad to see it end, but happy with the ending I look forward tofrom Mr McHugh What are you working on next An extremely satisfying conclusion to an extremely satisfying series Lots of plot lines that needed tying up and I thought they were done well I m sad for this one to end Really enjoyed being in this world Want some {Free Pdf} » The Mirror and the Maelstrom ê SPOILER ALERT BOOKS I, II III OF THE SERAPHINIUM THE MERCHANT AND THE MENACE, THE POOL AND THE PEDESTAL THE TREES AND THE NIGHT are available on The following description contains elements of those works The Nearing World staggers on the brink of utter Chaos Izgra the Half Dead and his Malveel hunters begin their bloody push into the heart of the human world Keltar has already fallen in the West Her people rush to escape the Ulrog stone men In the East, Malveel lead their armies over the Mirozert Mountains and scour the Derol Forest The human forces struggle to decide where and when to make their last stand against the might of Amird the Deceiver Should they flee to the safety of the Zodrian capital, or will its walls entomb them and hasten their destruction Will they receive assistance from the Greys or have they been abandoned through the deceit of the Counselor Will the new Seraph return in time to play a role in the final conflict Kael s role remains clouded in mystery Astel draws him closer like a moth to a flame What questions will finally be answered there More importantly, who or what will he encounter on his road to those answers The Mirror and the Maelstrom is the fourth and final installment in The Seraphinium Series The series follows Kael as he ventures from his small town into the wider world in hopes of a bit of adventure This seemingly inconsequential act by a nondescript lad sets in motion a chain of events that pushes the forces of good and evil toward a cataclysmic confrontation Kael s life has been a carefully orchestrated play intended to portray the boy and his town as nothing, with significance to no one Ranchers and farmers are soldiers, commissioned to play their parts in the fiction of Kael s life Even the boy s own parents are actors assigned to guide and watch over the new Seraph However, the boy senses something He dallies with a force that plays on the edge of his consciousness This force allows him to control things others cannot His senses gain extraordinary perception when he feels the touch His power grows to such an extent that during the first journey from his hometown, he shines like a beacon to those always on the prowl for the new Seraph However, his powers also remain untried and untested The Seraphinium follows Kael s journey as he discovers not only how to use those powers, but also what part they must play in the salvation of the Nearing WorldReview for Book I The Merchant and the Menaceout ofstars The Old and the New in the Next Great Fantasy SeriesIf you like David Eddings and Terry Brooks, then this is the book for you Like Eddings, McHugh loves to play around with old philosophical and religious ideas, dressing them up in new clothes for a night on the town in the st century Like Brooks, McHugh is enchanted by the same tropes all fantasy lovers are enchanted by elves, a young hero shepherded by a mysterious but wizard like guide, and big battles with swords and magic But McHugh is no Tolkien lite He has provided his readers with some fresh creations that fill the imagination with vivid pictures and scenes, reminding the reader why fantasy is such a beloved genre Well worth the Review for Book II The Pool and the Pedestal out ofstars I m now a confirmed fanBooksthroughof the Seraphinium series ended much too soon The characters are interesting and consistent The plot twists are legion A writing style reminiscent of Chronicles of Narnia or Lord of the RingsReview for Book III The Trees and the Night out ofstars ExcitingThe action is well orchestrated and the plot engaging This is old style epic fantasy with a twist The best parts are the interactions between the characters and the struggle for power amongst the evil Malveel