This is the second part of book six, so technically book seven in the Emperor’s Edge series, and the last book in this arc. There are a few shorts and spin offs, but this is the book that ends this line. This book is still written in third person POV from Sicarius’s and Amaranthe’s POVs.
SPOILER ALERT: There are spoilers from the previous novels.
Amaranthe has managed to crash the Behemoth, too bad it wasn’t in the best area. In the mean time she also runs into Fleet Admiral Starcrest. What’s he doing here? She’s also missing half of her team, and they may be dead.
Sicarius thinks that Amaranthe and Sespian are dead, if not the whole team. He has also been captured and enslaved by Nurian practitioners who decide to use him as their own personal assassin.
This book concludes well, though it has a tough start. There are a lot of emotions running around, ready to catch you by surprise. But it’s a great conclusion. I really don’t want to get in to it too much as there are a lot of twists and turns, but I was very satisfied by the end.