Friday, September 13, 2013

Review: The Morning Star By: Robin Bridges

The Morning Star (Katerina, #3)The Morning Star by Robin Bridges
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The final book in The Katerina Trilogy holds up to the others and then some. The book begins with George and Katerina eloping, but with all things - it is not that easy. The lich czar Konstantin is held within Danilo's body, the Order of St John, the Order of St Lazarus, the Order of The Black Lily, and even the bogatyr/czar all come to a head when the search for The Morning Star leads to Egypt.
The Morning Star is a sword that controls the Grigori can only be touched and wielded by a "pure" necromancer, so everyone wants Katerina and is not above kidnapping, taking her to the Graylands, even using black magic rituals. The love that Katerina has for George makes the journey possible and although his body is weak and sick, there is nowhere that she can go that he won't find her or visa versa.
This book was filled with so much action, I was lost in the pages, exploring Egypt to St Petersburg. Filled with twists, turns, and a battle scene not to be missed. A great ending for a wonderful trilogy.

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