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Summary North Star Guide Me Home

Some things are broken beyond mending Grievously wounded in battle Isidro's life hangs in the balance but the only person who can help him is the man he can never trust Sierra is desperate to rebuild shattere. Wow I finally finished the series I thinkI mean with that ending are we getting a spin off Coz I could totally go a spin offThis series is really tricky to rate I loved it and enjoyed every moment of reading it but I don t really know what happenedWARNING The following review contains spoilers for the previous two books in the seriesHere s what I liked The characters The magic The way it cut out all the boring trekking etc UnpredictableHere s what I didn t like Hard to keep track of what s happening DelphineI mean this was definitely all about the characters for me I fell instantly in love with Sierra and Isidro in the first book but Rasten captured my heart in book 2 and he was definitely my fave here He has such an interesting story and I loved that he was so physically powerful yet so mentally broken Isidro starts this book clinging to life precariously so my heart was Intensive Care yet so mentally broken Isidro starts this book clinging to life precariously so my heart was

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North Star Guide Me Home

D bonds with her old friends but with Isidro incontrovertibly changed and her own wounds still fresh things can never be as they once were Burdened by all he's done at Kell's command Rasten knows he cannot at. This book had the audacity to have Some things are beyond mending as the tagline and then spend nearly 500 pages proving that sentence wrongLonger review to come maybe But tl dr it was brilliant and I loved it so so much It cemented the series as one of my all time favourites After the darkness of the first two books this one was much hopeful and focused on healing forgiveness and trying to build a future It was still dark of course as progress isn t linear and recovery is a messy process but Jo Spurrier didn t extinguish the light at the end of her characters tunnel The ending which was just beautiful I did cry included puppies

Jo Spurrier À 5 Summary

One for the horrors of his past But when their enemies in Akhara follow Cam's small clan back to Ricalan carrying a thirst for vengeance the skills Rasten swore he'd renounce may be their only hope for victor. I would say the author discovered polygamy between writing books 2 and 3 and went all in like a teenage girl discovering her first subculture but she threw in a few throwaway sentences about it in the earlier books Still it seems like Spurrier decided she had no idea how to solve the love tetrahedrons she created and just said FUCK IT EVERYONE S NON MONOGAMOUS EVEN THE ONE FROM A HEAVILY MONOGAMOUS CULTURESierra and Rasten mentioned growing up with multiple adults but it was framed as a survival mechanism and not a matter of love Isidro Cam and Mira were all children of leaders who lived in populated areas and had resources And don t even get me started on Delphine Great choices she has if she wants her daughter to know her father she either has to agree to polygamy or watch the man she loves build a family with another woman Spurrier did her dirty no one in the cast gave a


10 thoughts on “North Star Guide Me Home

  1. says:

    Wow I finally finishe

  2. says:

    North Star Guide Me Home by Jo Spurrier is the final instalment in the Children of the Black Sun trilogy I have also reviewed the first two books Winter Be My Shield and Black Sun Light My Way both of which I loved especially the first book This review contains spoilers for those earlier books but any spoilers for this one are under a spoiler tagMy favourite storyline in this book was Isidro's The story starts

  3. says:

    I held the first two books in this series in high regard I have to admit the final book fell markedly from the standard of its predecessors and I was pretty dissatisfied with it after being so invested in the story and charactersBetween fight scenes the plot dragged through inner monologues that reprocess the characters' same woes ad nauseum and repetitive arguments between characters that never progress toward any resolution v

  4. says:

    I really liked the first two books but sadly I just did not feel the connection with this book and the ending just bloody bothered me Maybe I am being a prude or whatever but the idea of loving everyone and being with everyone in your 'family' and having god only knows who's child just did not work for me Anywh

  5. says:

    This book had the audacity to have 'Some things are beyond mending' as the tagline and then spend nearly 500 pages proving that sentence wrongLonger review to come maybe? But tl;dr it was brilliant and I loved it so so much It cemented the series as one of my all time favourites After the darkness of the first two books this one was much hopeful and focused on healing forgiveness and trying to build a future I

  6. says:

    Final book in a trilogy I uite enjoyed this series While the first half of the book had a bit of a compressed feel the last hundred and fifty pages were awesome The kind of climax I like with lots of characters in jeopardy and twists and turns The characters are also nicely complex affected by the trauma of the previous bo

  7. says:

    I would say the author discovered polygamy between writing books 2 and 3 and went all in like a teenage girl discovering her first subculture but she threw in a few throwaway sentences about it in the earlier books Still it seems like Spurri

  8. says:

    This isn't a coherent review just me jotting down my major impressions of the series basically venting my thoughts because it's criminally underrated and there's nobody to discuss it withI binged Children of the Black Sun in a few days This was an incredible series I realise now for basically one reason in the form of my

  9. says:

    This review is informed by having finished all the series but I'll just repeat the review in each oneOverall I'm glad to have read to the end of the third book I thought the story was worthwhile and well done the character developme

  10. says:

    I enjoyed this book It concludes what was a very readable trilogy and I am disappointed that there doesn't seem to be anything else out there by this authorCam Isidro Sierra Delphine and Rasten all find themselve

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