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Summary

Can new alliances save the islands of the Silent Sea from the murderers stalking their shores?

As the island of Kalaya and its people recover from civil war, a new threat surfaces. Invaders from the island of Elkena hunt the seas, butchering those who possess magic. Their scar-faced captain seeks the Fire Mage who it has been foretold will kill him and Tei and her people are in his warpath.

Tei and a band of Kalayans travel to Stone Haven, the home of their new allies, planning to restore magic to the dead island. But the Stone Haven Council have abhorred magic since their people were massacred by Elkenan invaders 20 years before. Commander Farrell must persuade his people to accept magic again, but his plans expose them to their biggest fear and he risks leading Tei and her people into danger, and jeopardising the safety of both their islands.

Under Farrell’s guidance treaties are forged, but is the newly formed Silent Sea Alliance enough to defeat the invaders and stop their bloodthirsty quest to destroy magic forever?

The Sentinel’s Alliance is the final book in the Silent Sea Chronicles trilogy.

©2019 Suzanne Rogerson (P)2021 Suzanne Rogerson

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Totally Satisfying End

Thoroughly enjoyed this trilogy and the ending left me fulfilled. For me each book got better and better. I've enjoyed the progression of the story which was at a faster pace in this last instalment.
We start the story just here the second book left off with Tei travelling back to Stone Haven with Farrell and from this point you are drawn back into this world and as with the previous books you are also told the story from the other characters perspectives.
With a couple of battle scenes you are held captive until you know the characters you have come to care for are safe.
Would recommend anyone to pick up this trilogy for a read.

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  • Rictus
  • 01-07-21

wonderful

This is an excellent trilogy. Its been a real treat to listen to, I was hooked from book one and the story was never a slog easily keeping my attention and having me on the edge of my seat at times. The world building is exspansive and well displayed with no info dumps. The prose excellent, the descriptions of scenes and actions clearly painting imagery within the minds eye. The dialog believable and easy to follow. The story premise is interesting and well executed with clear defined stages in the setup, rising action, climax and resolution neatly tying up all lingering storylines. The shifting pov was well done, often times shifting pov leads to confusion but certainly not in this case. I've listened to this series thrice over just to ensure I was able to fully appreciate it. This author and their works are exceptional. I cannot wait to see what the author comes up with next, whether in this setting or another.
The narrator performed well. Had a clear, concise enunciation with good pace.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. All of the above are my unbiased opinions and statements.

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  • Jaclyn679
  • 05-03-21

Enjoyable

I really enjoyed listening to this trilogy. I loved the pace and action, as well as the aspect of dealing with invaders and the power at hand. I enjoyed that the chapters switched between characters.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Janalyn
  • 03-03-21

An awesome ending to an awesome trilogy

Taya and the group must travel to Stonehaven and although that is a gloomy destination for them, it’s the journey that is dangerous. I love how Susan Rogerson always has you on the edge of your seat and threw out three books of more than 30 hours long it never ceases to be dull boring and the ending is so worth the wait. I loved this book and I love George Ellington’s narration, he is so professional. I always say a narrator can make a break a book and George Ellington only adds to this one what an awesome ending to the trilogy and an awesome narrator who gets us there. I highly recommend this book but please read book one into first. It is so worth it!

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  • CuteAsADaisy
  • 08-10-21

An interesting end to the current series


Parents: PG13-R, mature content, best suited for those over 16 due to: moderate use of bad language (no Fbombs), violence consists of- murder, torture, general war violence (nothing super descriptive), and sexual content- several intimate scenes but none that are described in detail.

This is a well written series, there is some hopping around that doesn’t have the smoothest of transitions but overall enjoyable story. Decent backstory is restated so if you missed book 2, I think you could get by off what you know from the first book. An interesting series that could’ve used a bit more fleshing out as to the cost magic takes on its user and how damaging the astral plain is good or bad etc.

An intriguing read for those that are looking for a different take on magic.

Narrator has good pace and differentiations, a handful of sound effects that are slightly distracting.

—I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.