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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
The Last City of the Dwarves is a work of truly epic fantasy fiction penned by author Neil Port, and it forms the seventh and final book of the epic series The Paladin Chronicles. In this last installment, many interweaving plotlines are spun together towards their incredible conclusion, as we find Hakeem, Kynane, and Jacinta all facing their own dangerous fates in order to complete their quests. Jacinta’s story makes for the titular adventure, as she must venture into the last city of the dwarves, but without the aid of her memory. All of the adventures build towards what may be the final battle of the bloody Illvaettir War.
Having delved in and out of the Paladin Chronicles before, it was easy to fall back into the wonderful worldbuilding of author Neil Port as the adventure both continues and concludes in this truly epic read. Page after page of gorgeous foreign lands and sweeping magical adventures are sure to keep readers interested, and Port has a true talent for the invention and description of many fascinating locations that readers can discover alongside the characters. One of the most memorable elements of this tale is, of course, its battles, and the action scenes are peppered with exciting prose and a snappy narrative style that helps the action move as sharply as the warriors do. Overall, The Last City of the Dwarves will not disappoint fans of Neil Port’s excellent series so far, and it’s a highly recommended read for epic fantasy readers everywhere.