Immortal Reign

Immortal Reign

As two lethal elemental gods set out to destroy Mytica, sworn enemies must become allies in the final fight to save the kingdoms.Jonas continues to willfully defy his destiny, but the consequences of plotting his own course are drastic. As the fight for Mytica rages on, he must decide just how much more he's willing to sacrifice.Lucia knows there's something special about...

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Title:Immortal Reign
Author:Morgan Rhodes
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Immortal Reign Reviews

  • Caitlin

    I’ve waited 14 months for this book. That’s a long fucking time. Look, I’ve loved every single book in this series and I was satisfied with how it ended. My only problem with it was that so much happened in one book and it was ridiculously fast paced and because of that we missed a little bit of character development and character driven plot lines that I wanted. We still got everything I wanted but I wish we had more time to develop a lot of stuff. However, it was everything I’ve been hoping fo

    I’ve waited 14 months for this book. That’s a long fucking time. Look, I’ve loved every single book in this series and I was satisfied with how it ended. My only problem with it was that so much happened in one book and it was ridiculously fast paced and because of that we missed a little bit of character development and character driven plot lines that I wanted. We still got everything I wanted but I wish we had more time to develop a lot of stuff. However, it was everything I’ve been hoping for and I love this series to death. After a 14 month wait, I finished it in 3 hours. Whoops?

    Pre review mess:

    IM GETTING THIS COVER TATTOOED ON MY EYEBALLS BECAUSE HOLY FUCK ITS MAGNEO I CANT BREATHE BYE

    IF YOU HAVENT READ ALL THE BOOKS DONT READ IT THOUGH BECAUSE SPOILERS.

    SOMEONE HOLD ME. BUT DONT TOUCH ME BECAUSE IM IN PAIN. BUT HOLD ME PLEASE

    Excuse me while I go cry for the next 11 months waiting for this book.

    I am in pain. I am in shock. I need this now. I needed this yesterday.

  • Cait • A Page with a View

    3.5 stars. That was a satisfying conclusion! Basically, everyone's being possessed at some point here...

    Cleo is fighting the water kindred for control over her own body, Magnus has a magic ring, Lucia is... ok, actually there are just so many characters and different storylines going on here that it would take forever to get into everything.

    I also don't want to spoil anything! I'll just say that I liked a lot of scenes in the book, but wasn't

    as into the overall story as I wanted to be. I

    3.5 stars. That was a satisfying conclusion! Basically, everyone's being possessed at some point here...

    Cleo is fighting the water kindred for control over her own body, Magnus has a magic ring, Lucia is... ok, actually there are just so many characters and different storylines going on here that it would take forever to get into everything.

    I also don't want to spoil anything! I'll just say that I liked a lot of scenes in the book, but wasn't

    as into the overall story as I wanted to be. I think there were just waaay too many characters I didn't really care about. I was mostly there for Magnus & Cleo and kept wishing Lucia, Jonas, and Amara would hurry up or go away. They each had like 10 extra characters hanging out with them and it started feeling like Game of Thrones where I'm just trying to find Jon or Arya...

    So I think the third and fourth books are still my favorite in this series, but this was a perfect ending!

    .

  • Lia  (a paper pigeon)

    GSGWHEVEIEBSKMAJSUSVSIABSUSVDKSNBSHSVSUSNBSGSUSBSGUSJSVRUSVSYSGEN!!!!

    I'll probably write a proper review in a couple months, when the hype is faded a bit and the risk of spilling spoilers will be a bit less unforgivable.

    I don't think I'll be able to write anything coherent, right now, anyway.

    I'm on cloud nine and dead at the same time.

    Boy, I'm so happy.

    What a wonderful book. What a beautiful finale for an even more beautiful

    GSGWHEVEIEBSKMAJSUSVSIABSUSVDKSNBSHSVSUSNBSGSUSBSGUSJSVRUSVSYSGEN!!!!

    I'll probably write a proper review in a couple months, when the hype is faded a bit and the risk of spilling spoilers will be a bit less unforgivable.

    I don't think I'll be able to write anything coherent, right now, anyway.

    I'm on cloud nine and dead at the same time.

    Boy, I'm so happy.

    What a wonderful book. What a beautiful finale for an even more beautiful series.

    I'll love it forever.

    Goodbye my babies, I'll see you all again someday ❤️

    Thank you

    for writing this series.

    I owe you a thousand hugs and a 16-course dinner.

    Buddy read this beauty with

    !

    _______________

    I DON'T THINK I'LL EVER RECOVER FROM THE MASTERPIECE THAT IS THAT COVER.

    CAN WE PLEASE LOOK AT THE COVER????

    CAN WE LOOK AT IT? SEE IT, BREATHE IT, ENJOY IT, LIVE IT?

    HE'S SMILING.

    MAGNUS DAMORA.

    WE'VE BEEN BLESSED BY THE EMO KING™ HIMSELF.

    bye world.

  • Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin

    I didn't know this was the last book 😕 I just always get the next in the series! I'm re-reading others first 😕

    They kissed, lived happily ever after. The end!!

    Mel

  • ❄️Nani❄️

    2.5⭐

    Writing this does not please me. For better or worse, however many problems I've had with this series, I've stuck by it to the bitter end. Sadly, however, our farewell’s turned out to be… less than pleasant.

    The first and biggest problem I've had with this book was the lack of connectivity. I felt no such connection with the characters, the world or the story for that matter, and I was actually bored for the majority of the time. Aside from its own

    2.5⭐️

    Writing this does not please me. For better or worse, however many problems I've had with this series, I've stuck by it to the bitter end. Sadly, however, our farewell’s turned out to be… less than pleasant.

    The first and biggest problem I've had with this book was the lack of connectivity. I felt no such connection with the characters, the world or the story for that matter, and I was actually bored for the majority of the time. Aside from its own issues, I think I still harbour some residual resentment from the previous book,

    I was so heartbreakingly disappointed with CS that my enthusiasm slowly started to die because, well, how do you come back from the clusterfuck that was… that book? It did not and Immortal Reign only enhanced its flaws.

    I still fail to see the point of these last two books as they've completely ruined what little the series's had going for it.

    It wouldn’t be fair for me to end the FK chapter on a bad note so I won't make this a ranty review, however, there might be some salty words. I'm just saying, I was

    pleased.

    Let's start off with the two biggest crimes ever committed in this series as a whole:

    The petulant, waste of air and space Lucia, who honestly should have choked and died in book one.

    Her actions in this book didn't alter the horrible opinion I've already formed about her because, like a true Lucia fashion, her only purpose, as per usual, was to create an unnecessary tension to drag out the already weak plot. Everything that involved her felt overly contrived and I honestly couldn't give a shit.

    She never grew as a character, unless you count the opposite direction - growth. She was obnoxious, painfully unpleasant to read about and her incessant whining almost made me quit altogether.

    Felix could have redeemed this book or even the series and not having him as one of the leads, then completely destroying his character was ill-advised. I would have gladly sacrificed Lucia a million times over-or even Jonas- if it'd meant that we'd get more of Felix but no, Morgan Rhodes had to go and turn the one engaging person into a bland, one-dimensional character. smh

    Now moving on.

    What the living hell was that about? As if the overly used stupid magical baby wasn’t enough now there's a magical ring that becomes a go-to answer to all their problems? W... why? why on earth would you do that?

    My biggest problem with this series is that the characters are never given the space to fight their own battles. Something goes wrong, send some damned magical person or an object to fix it all. What a cop out! Why couldn't they suffer the consequences of their or others' actions and overcome obstacles on their own merits? There is so much I want to say but honestly, I no longer see the point. I am pissed off!

    Oh, not to mention his sudden newfound love for that psychopathic father of his. Do forgive me but I fail to see the purpose of trying to redeem him after all that man's put him-and the entire realm-through. Was it meant to be endearing? Were we expected to forgive and forget all the abuse? He was unhinged, physically mentally and emotionally abusive and redemption is the price he pays? Well, excuse me, but what a load of BS. Colour me not impressed.

    I wasn’t going to mention Jonas. I might have even forgotten he was there and as much as it pains me to say this, what did Jonas actually accomplish as a character? His only purpose was to serve as “the rebel” and even that he couldn’t fulfil.

    Why not just be frank about it and admit he was, without a doubt, the most useless rebel to have ever existed.

    He was rash, naive, senseless and always dove head first into whatever situation he found himself in.

    He didn't have an agency of his own and what's worse, as if making him utterly useless wasn’t enough, he was reduced to serving as Lucia's bitch both in this and the previous books.

    What a waste. Was it though? There wasn't really much to waste, now, was there?

    I didn’t like Amara when she first entered the picture but as despicable as some of her actions were, given her past, her upbringing and her father’s treatment of her, I could understand why she resorted to… well, what she did. So, what happened to the ruthless, take-no-prisoners, hardcore woman?

    I never liked her but compared to the others she was at least interesting who had so much potential had her character been handled differently. What I did not like was the abrupt “change” in her personality.

    She came to us reeking havoc on Mytica and its people then, out of nowhere, she runs back to her native land with her tail between her legs because she suddenly remembered she couldn’t "handle" it all.

    This was the woman who defeated the most ruthless king at every turn, killed her entire family and got him to marry her, move across the ocean to take over his kingdom, but now that things needed to be wrapped up, she suddenly gets cold feet, the reasons for which were forced upon us in an attempt to seal this entire chapter.

    Just as the book’s about to end, “she sees the error of her ways” (she really says that). Is that so! And you’ve seen this error in judgment just as we're about to depart, have you? Out of nowhere??

    It's not the change of mind I have a problem with, in fact, fantastic. How absolutely terrific that you finally see the error of your ways, we should all learn a thing or two from you but how absolutely convenient is what I'm saying. Doesn’t the timing just strike you a little odd?

    The plot was mediocre at best and the pacing felt completely wrong with chaotic leaps from one plot to the next. everything about it felt haphazard but the most enraging thing of all? The convenient way in which EVERYTHING worked out. Puff, just like magic, it just…worked.

    I mean, what am I even supposed to say to this?

    I predicted how the story was going to end from a mile away because the book made it that easy. I felt so let down with the path the plot took. There wasn't any mystery or suspense to keep my attention alive.

    There were no consequences, no increased in stakes and it didn’t help reveal the characters one bit because no one was put to the test. A genuine test.

    If there's a build up a situation, it’s only natural I expect setbacks, sacrifices, negative consequences, etc… and seeing the characters overcome these obstacles without any trouble at all not only bored me but frustrated me to no end.

    But all of that pales in comparison to how I felt about that perfect, overly satisfying conclusion. To say I despised it would be a gross understatement.

    You’re telling me, after all that’s happened, the fate of mankind hanging in the balance, everyone comes out happy and intact? I get it, YA authors don’t risk it when it comes to their beloved characters but… come on! Some semblance of believability would have been appreciated.

    At least some books have the decency to kill off some side or minor characters but MR couldn't even give us that. Everyone gets a happy ending. Sure, alright. Wonderful!

    I'm so pissed off, I don’t even know why I'm pissed off. It's something that I keep seeing time and time again, these unrealistic, lovey-dovey happy endings where everyone comes out betters off than when they started and I'm here wasting my energy and raging because, why!? Fuck this. I'm out.

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