The most recent book in this series builds up to a grand conclusion, an last-stand battle of epic proportions, and then, once the dust has settled, it leaves you hanging. So, I guess this isn't a trilogy. That said, the stakes are higher here and, therefore, I enjoyed it a bit more than book two. It did, however, take a while for me to get used to the Ewok characters, or as they are called here, "Woodkin."
Raveler: The Dark God Book 3
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