The Queen of Sorrow by Sarah Beth Durst
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Fitting ending to the series, but there could have been more - there are other lands that are finally mentioned and that we get a glimpse of and are left hanging. Interestingly, Merecot becomes more sympathetic while Naelin becomes less so. Daleina? Just static, as are the rest of the characters. That's unusual for books like this and one that made me wonder what the author's motivation was for that choice, particularly since this is the end of the trilogy.
I still love this world, with the giant trees and semi-medieval villages that live among them. And Ven's sister? She was a wonderful addition.
ARC provided by publisher.