by Richard Amos
***The final novel in the Dylan Rivers Chronicles!***
One last song…
Grief and determination are a potent cocktail, and Dylan Rivers is full to the brim with both. No matter the pain or the fear that consumes him, nothing will stop his fight against the evil oil barons.
This is it, the final part of the journey down the river of destiny.
The lands of Faerie stand between him and his lost siren realm. But more danger awaits Dylan and his friends, for Faerie is at once beautiful as well as deadly, and he still has that target firmly on his back.
Death stands on the side-lines with open arms, beckoning with a song of its own…
Let it sing.
The final battle has begun.
Just one last song…
A dark and steamy Urban Fantasy tale, with a Gay Harem Romance.
*This series is set in the same universe as Coldharbour Chronicles. However, there is no need to have read that series to enjoy this one.*
MMy Thoughts and Review:
When I first started this series I honestly thought it would be just a simple light hearted fare. Instead it has been an epic Hero’s Journey worthy of the ancient Greek stage and Shakespearean tragedy.
The imagination and creative mind that is Richard Amos is astounding and I devoured these books the way a child does ice cream on a hot summer’s day. This is not a tale of someone who has all their dreams come true and lives happily ever after. No, not at all. It is the story of a man who after making an unwise decision in his youth, must live with the repercussions of that decision for many years to come. And how his decision not only affected him, but affected many countless others as well.
I thought this entire series was wonderful. It made me laugh, it made me quite angry, it had me in tears more than once, it made me bite my nails, pull my hair, stay up all hours til I finished which ever book I was on, etc..
I fell in love with the entire main cast, not just the hero, Dylan. The sMMexy scenes between the guys were scorchin’ HAWT🔥! The world created in each realm was nothing short of amazing. You could see and feel it all. This journey was such a bittersweet experience that when the end finally came I was gloriously spent.
I recommend this series to anyone who loves urban fantasy with tons of action and adventure. There are some pretty intense scenes of violence, as well as MM/ MMMM (just one) love scenes. For anyone in need of an escape, this series will definitely give you that and so much more.
Siren’s Destiny and the end of the hero’s journey was Divinely inspired. 💖
I read a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.🎭