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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
A Farewell To Woodmyst is a work of powerful fantasy fiction penned by author Robert E Kreig. Forming the tenth and final book of The Woodmyst Chronicles, in which good has fought evil and everything in between over a truly epic saga, we now finally come to the end of this action-packed and terror-fuelled adventure. As the last battle looms between Kayl’sro and the Maji, we find ourselves following the fate of young Alice, a dragon rider and leader among her people. As she tries to overthrow an evil warlock who rules with an iron fist, her story echoes out to the greater battle and the darkness that threatens to bring the dead back to life.
Having reviewed many books from The Woodmyst Chronicles over the years, it was wonderful to see just how much author Robert E Kreig was able to pack into this highly satisfying conclusion to the series. There are many plot threads that are resolved, referred to and rekindled with fascinating results during this last dash towards the final battle, and keen-eyed fans of the series are sure to find no stone unturned. The action scenes, of which there are plenty, are well described and dynamically punctuated with a strong sense of organization that gives them a cinematic quality when they’re being read. We get a true blow for blow battle with vivid lexis that brings the blood and magic to life. Overall, A Farewell To Woodmyst will not disappoint fans of the series and is a superbly well written concluding novel.