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The Fatal Tree (Bright Empires, #5) The bar was raised a little bit by the back cover promising an immensely satisfying conclusion to the Bright Empires series Substitute somewhat for immensely and that s much closer to the truth for me.The author did bring the overall story to a conclusion and that is a positive after a lot of meandering through the ages A major change in the person of one of the major characters is plausible to me, perhaps because it is nuanced I did enjoy reading this series overall.And now to the nega The bar was raised a little bit by the back cover pr So much rides on the conclusion of a series for the characters yes, but also for the reader Expectations and suspense have been built up for hundreds of pages, and we wonder how it all will end The Fatal Tree endeddifferently than I expected, but it was still really, really good I can say very little without plunging straight into spoiler territory, but suffice it to say that a I love the crew, especially Kit, Cass, Mina, Etzel dear, dear Etzel , and Gianni.b I am endlessly fascinated So much rides on the conclusion of a series for the characters yes, but also for the reader Expectations and suspense have been built Initial Response HOW DO I FIND WORDS HELP It started with small, seemingly insignificant wrinkles in time A busy bridge suddenly disappears, spilling cars into the sea A beast from another realm roams modern streets Napoleon s army appears in 1930s Damascus ready for battle But that s only the beginning as entire realities collide and collapse.The questors are spread throughout the universe Mina is stuck on a plain of solid ice, her only companion an angry cave lion Tony and Gianni are mo Initial Response HOW DO I FIND WORDS HELP It started with small, seemingly insignificant wrinkles in time A busy bridge suddenly disappears, spilling cars into the sea A beast from another realm roams modern streets Napoleon s army appears in 1930s Damascus ready for battle But that s only the beginning as entire realities collide and collapse.The questors are spread throughout the universe Mina is stuck on a plain of solid ice, her only companion an angry cave lion Tony and Gianni are monitoring the cataclysmic reversal of the cosmic expansion but coming up short on answers And Burleigh is languishing in a dreary underground dungeon his only hope of survival the very man he tried to murder.Kit and Cass are back in the Stone Age trying to reac I have a new top favorite series In other news a re read of all five books is called for ASAP P.S Please go grab Book 1 THE SKIN MAP at your local library, bookstore, or online someplace Because these books are epic on so many levels. Culmination In this final installment of the Bright Empires series, I especially appreciated Lawhead s references and parallels to famous moments and teachings in the Bible While this series isn t overtly Christian, the underpinnings of truth rin Disappointing from a writer of quality The structure seemed stilted, characters largely uninteresting, plot and devices were imprecise mumbo jumbo That s what I wrote for 1 of the series, I kept going until I finished I don t have the level of OCD required to comment on 2, 3 and 4 And I shouldn t have kept going through 5.Unfortunately, I did It was almost a Mandrake gestures hypnotically resolution to the story Brief, vague and unsatsifying In 5 volumes 1500 pages I d have tho Disappointing from a writer of quality The structure seemed stilted, characters largely uninteresting, plot and devices were imprecise mumbo jumbo That s what I wrote for 1 of the series, I kept going until I finished I don t have the level of OCD required to comment on 2, 3 and 4 And I shouldn t have kept going through 5.Unfortunately, I did It was almost a Mandrake gestures hypnotically resolution to the story Brief, vague and unsatsifying In 5 volumes 1500 pages I d have thought a satisfying denouement could be made But the story petered out unclearly at the end indeed so unclearly that Lawhead himself wrote a what happened next chapter and then a concluding essay Amongst the various things which set my teeth on edge, the most annoying to me was the author simply dumping in stuff which came from his own recent reading or viewing one of the characters is Benedict Cumberbatch yes, right Another one is Thomas Young as Lawhead refers to him Kit Stared At His Fellow Questors Is This It The End Of Everything It Started With Small, Seemingly Insignificant Wrinkles In Time A Busy Bridge Suddenly Disappears, Spilling Cars Into The Sea A Beast From Another Realm Roams Modern Streets Napoleon S Army Appears In 1930s Damascus Ready For Battle But That S Only The Beginning As Entire Realities Collide And Collapse.The Questors Are Spread Throughout The Universe Mina Is Stuck On A Plain Of Solid Ice, Her Only Companion An Angry Cave Lion Tony And Gianni Are Monitoring The Cataclysmic Reversal Of The Cosmic Expansion But Coming Up Short On Answers And Burleigh Is Languishing In A Dreary Underground Dungeon His Only Hope Of Survival The Very Man He Tried To Murder.Kit And Cass Are Back In The Stone Age Trying To Reach The Spirit Well But An Enormous Yew Tree Has Grown Over The Portal, Effectively Cutting Off Any Chance Of Return Unless Someone Can Find A Solution And Fast All Creation Will Be Destroyed In The Universal Apocalypse Known As The End Of Everything.In This Final Volume Of The Fantastic Bright Empires Series, Stephen R Lawhead Brings This Multi Stranded Tale To A Stunning And Immensely Satisfying Conclusion. The Fatal Tree was an absorbing read I blasted through most of it in the space of a five day break because I couldn t put it down From start to finish, Lawhead delivers a great ending that makes the entire series a worthwhile read The pacing is swift and the plot engaging, with very few moments where I felt disconnected from the story I was overall satisfied with where all the characters ended up, and found few things to quibble about this time around.The Fatal Tree sheds some of the subtlet The Fatal Tree was an absorbing read I blasted through most of it in the space of a five day break because I couldn t put it down From start to finish, Lawhead delivers a great ending that makes the entire series a worthwhile read The pacing is swift and the plot engaging, with very few moments where I felt disconnected from the story I was overall satisfied with where all the characters ended up, and found few things to quibble about this time around.The Fatal Tree sheds some of the subtlety of previous books and dives right into concepts of God, the universe, and everything The faith elements are mainly expressed I probably would have enjoyed itif I wasn t so ticked at the last one.Disappointed in the evolutionary viewpoint, rather than a creationist perspective I wasn t so fond of the last one The Shadow Lamp, due to that There was even an essay in the back by him about how creationists were wrong I went back and reread it and it was a bitbal The Fatal Tree is the final book in the Bright Empires Series that spans 5 books I cannot remember how I first heard of these books but I am glad I found them I am hooked on anything that has to do with time or inter dimensional travel It is a continuous story journey through the 5 books that keeps revisiting the plight of the various characters that you have come to know and love This final book brings everything to a close and luckily it was a happy close as the universe was preparing to c The Fatal Tree is the final book in the Bright Empires Series that spans 5 books I cannot remember how I first heard of these books but I am glad I found them I am hooked on anything that has to do with time or inter dimensional travel It is a continuous story journey through the 5 books that keeps revisiting the plight of the various characters that you have come to know


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