Destiny

Destiny The spellbinding final installment of Trinity The Paladin are reunited in the Heartwood and the Trinity is revealed at last But what is the key to the secret which will unlock their power Tor and Alys

  • Title: Destiny
  • Author: Fiona McIntosh
  • ISBN: 9780732270735
  • Page: 484
  • Format: None
  • The spellbinding final installment of Trinity.The Paladin are reunited in the Heartwood and the Trinity is revealed at last But what is the key to the secret which will unlock their power Tor and Alyssa are surrounded by danger Their old enemy, Goth, is free to cause pain and suffering wherever he goes, whilst Alyssa s nemesis, Xantia, returns to haunt her Meanwhile, thThe spellbinding final installment of Trinity.The Paladin are reunited in the Heartwood and the Trinity is revealed at last But what is the key to the secret which will unlock their power Tor and Alyssa are surrounded by danger Their old enemy, Goth, is free to cause pain and suffering wherever he goes, whilst Alyssa s nemesis, Xantia, returns to haunt her Meanwhile, the god Orlac has installed himself on the throne of Cipres and turns his attention to hunting down Tor, determined to kill him and those he loves.The battle lines are drawn for the final confrontation between the two most powerful sentients ever to walk the Land.

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      Published :2020-02-07T04:51:49+00:00

    113 Comment

    • Emily says:

      I'm not sure if I liked this book or not. But I will try to work through it in this review. There are plot spoilers, but if you've already ready the first two you're probably in the clear.The Positives: It was a really great story. McIntosh really likes to pull at your heart strings with love and desires and how duty often outweighs the heart. Her stories are often bitter sweet, but I liked the plot idea.Her characters are very well developed, although sometimes their motives are unclear. I mean [...]

    • Taf says:

      wow wow wow and wow again.A must read

    • Mai-ana says:

      Really enjoyed this.

    • Rhonda says:

      Loved the series

    • Marie McKnight says:

      I couldn't put it down and tears were shed.

    • Kim says:

      Deel 1 en deel 2 heb ik inmiddels gelezen. In een trilogie is dan het logische vervolg dat je dan ook deel 3 nog even leest. Ook deel 3 in deze reeks is een ontzettend spannende aanrader. Alles komt hierin op zijn pootjes terecht. De palladijnen hebben zich verbonden met hun mensen en de triniteit is compleet. Dan kunnen Tor en consorten op weg om de god Orlac te vernietigen. Deze is alvast begonnen met zijn opmars richting Tallinor. Daarnaast hebben ze ook nog steeds last van Goth. Daar moeten [...]

    • Rachael says:

      I feel so confused about this series as a whole. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and felt that for the most part the characters were well fleshed out and interesting but there were so many little mistakes it began to niggle at me. Without spoilers but when a character is introduced they have grey eyes and then later on have green eyes. Or a character with twin daughters that then become an elder daughter and a younger daughter. Silly atuff like that, that should probably have been caught in editing and [...]

    • Stéphanie says:

      This is the third and last volume in the Trinity trilogy (after Betrayal and Revenge).Well I’m not sure how to summarize this book. So many things happen to our Mary Sue, Gary Stu and their magical children and friends: numerous comings and goings from the Heartwood to all four corners of Tallinor and Cipres, catching Goth and losing him (again!), trying to outwit the evil god Orlac (who turns out to be not so bad in the end – but don’t fret, there’s someone even eviller to takes his pla [...]

    • Alice says:

      I would recommend these books to anyone, unless they were hardcore twilight fans. Maybe Smeyer read these books first.All in all I didn't hate them, but I'm thankfull I got them for nary a penny in a second hand bookshop. I doubt I'll ever read them again

    • Barbara says:

      This was a re-read and I'm damned glad I did re-read the trilogy when I did. In spite of the head-hopping I thoroughly enjoyed this trilogy again and some of the scenes gave me a good kick up the backside with regard to my own WIP - thanks Fiona!

    • Matt says:

      The ending to the Trinity Trilogy wasn't as captivating as the other two books. I felt there was too much of a sense of finality, and while I feel the ending seemed nice, I would have preferred one where we got introduced to the reborn characters properly.All in all, a wonderful trilogy.

    • Fergus Smith says:

      good book let down by its ending very short and predictable final few chapters

    • Mary says:

      The end of another enjoyable story by Fiona McIntosh. Looking forward to the next.

    • Katri says:

      It was a flat ending to a flat series. I did find the world sucking me in and I only wished the writing and the stories would've been more intriguing.

    • Ellise says:

      Loved the ending! Amazingly well written. and now starts my hunt to find Fiona's other books! :)

    • Margareth8537 says:

      Once I have started a series it has to be pretty bad for me not to finish it. This isn't that bad, but it isn't the best!

    • Kaye says:

      This trilogy had a great ending, I really enjoyed it.

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