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Is their mission The people of the County live in fear of the beasts bent on bringing the war to their home How can they possibly hope to surviv. Absolutely shocking that this is the last book in the series Not a fan Not at all

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The Dark Assassin Starblade Chronicles #3

E when their fearsome enemies are fortified with the power of a god Could the creature that moves in the darkness be the savior the County seeks. This book was a great conclusion to this series I was excited to read what happened to Tom Ward Alice and Grimalkin The book did not disappoint with lots of twists and turns and great action I loved this series and would love to read It is sad to see this great series come to an end It was a great ending though I think Tom Ward will live to be an old spook and have many apprentices like Jenny

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The third chilling installment in the new Spook's legend An assassin lurks in the darkness between earth and oblivion but who are they and what. Over the course of this series and the one before that with most of the same characters I have grown fond of Tom Ward Grimalkin and Alice and this being the last book of their story makes it a little bittersweet The story was satisfying and engaging and the characters developed even further so that I felt a bit sad when it finally ended I did feel the ending was a little rushed and wish the author had devoted a little time to the personal lives of the characters especially if this really is the last book to tell their story That being said John Delaney is a talented and vastly creative writer and I will be happy to read whatever he comes up with nextFind reviews and bookish fun at


10 thoughts on “The Dark Assassin Starblade Chronicles #3

  1. says:

    Over the course of this series and the one before that with most of the same characters I have grown fond of Tom Ward Grimalkin and Alice and this being the last book of their story makes it a little bittersweet

  2. says:

    Well as the series that got me into reading three years ago finally ends I find myself absolutely silenced If you don't know Tom Ward's story was the story that official made me a complete bookworm I believe nothing can get better than Joseph Delaney's writing and I enjoy everything he publishes There is nothing bad I can think of to say towards his writing in my world it is flawless I own the whole Wardstone and Starblade Chron

  3. says:

    Just as with the last book in his The Last Apprentice series Delaney demonstrates his inability to deftly end a series Basically with John Gregory gone there are three main characters left Tom Ward Alice and Grimalkin the witch assassin For the most part this book goes back and forth between the efforts of Tom

  4. says:

    I found this book to be disappointing In ways than oneTom Ward contribute and even his performance as a Spook left

  5. says:

    Absolutely shocking that this is the last book in the series Not a fan Not at all

  6. says:

    What a huge disappointment The plot was bad but the end was even worse Do not end series like that Never

  7. says:

    Dark Assassin is just as wonderful as all the other Spooks tales The excellent writing that draws you in and doesn't free you from its grasp until you have finished its last page The dark assassin brings to light new possib

  8. says:

    This book was a great conclusion to this series  I was excited to read what happened to Tom Ward Alice and Grimalkin  The book did not disappoint with lots of twists and turns and great action  I loved this series and would love to read   It is sad to see this great series come to an end  It was a great ending though

  9. says:

    I love the Spook's series Read in

  10. says:

    The Starblade Chronicles Book 3The Dark AssassinFinally it is done My reaction after reading the final line of the book was Unbelievable truly this book surprised me It's the shortest of the Starblade Chronicles just 312 pages I could easily finish it in a day and a half This book seemed like a 'Grimalkin' book rather than Thomas Ward book but nonetheless the contribution of both these characters as a protagonist is un