Hey there folks, and welcome to the Otherworld. We’ve been on a crazy L.E.Parr kick lately, and that doesn’t show signs of stopping anytime soon.
Today, our focus is going to be on the third book in her Fariidinus series, Battle Queane. It effectively wraps up the original trilogy of her lethal fairy books, but it leaves enough room open for the books that followed. Kirin is much more on the level with highmother Letal here, which comes to a point that you’re sure to enjoy.
The war in the Heartland is in full swing with Letal sending legions of radicalized fariidinus against Kirin and Stone’s undermanned army. It’s a valiant fight with more losses than victories. Kirin, already a converted battle queane, is changing again. She has developed a poisonous venom in her wings that can kill Letal but to deliver the poison, Letal must be in her arms. As Kirin continues to become stronger as a weapon, her physical body is weakening. The inevitable face to face confrontation with Letal is terrifying Stone and their loyal supporters who question Kirin’s ability to survive such an encounter. But, everyone knows that there is no other way to defeat Letal.
Battle Queane was a wonderful ending of the first books. There were real stakes, and it looked like it could have wrapped things up with a little bow, but L.E.Parr is nothing if not incredibly diligent. She’s set to work on another trilogy, and the fourth and fifth books are already available. Those books follow new protagonists though, and there’s nobody quite like Kirin. Show the Fariidinus your love. Be sure to check out Battle Queane on Amazon today!
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