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Having rocked the world via high magic that was believed lost, the dungeon Sistina has shown her power at last, as she has done everything in her power to protect those that she loves. Crowned queen of the new city of Beacon, Phynis Constella is searching for allies as full-scale war erupts between her homeland of Sifaren and the fallen nation of Kelvanis.

Each side must use everything in their power to defeat the other, but with the threat of the goddess Tyria looming, there can be only one victor. Long-waiting plans at last are rising to a head, and even Sistina is uncertain of whether or not she can survive them. But for her beloved Queen, she is willing to risk anything.

This is the final chapter of the Ancient Dreams trilogy.

©2017 Benjamin Medrano (P)2017 Benjamin Medrano

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Too many overpowered characters

I'm quite sad, but I can't finish the story of the lovely dungeon, the believability of the story was utterly destroyed around half way through the story with overpowered characters poping up left and right. Only one of these characters would've been enough to end the whole conflict alone by just killing all important enemies in a fly by. There were also other problems that didn't exist in the 1st and 2nd book, for example that Sistina hasn't used the power from the palace to power other things, like the beacon. Sistina also didn't investigate into the ether generator thingy since the attack wouldn't have impacted her so badly with them in place and the story needed her to be extremly weak after it. Sistina never let go a chance to study and find new ways to grow in the other books, here instead she is nearly a passive bystander letting everything happen and just acting when promted to by another character, yes her mana was low, but she did much with low mana before, things that didn't use much mana but more of her brain power. Why didn't they use golems to tunnel under important structures and attack from below, instead of or in addition to lowering their own defense so much by giving away a big junk of their initial fighting force.

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Great read, but too happy

It's a great series and I enjoyed it for several reasons. I enjoyed the start of the series more than the ending as I loved discovering how the universe developed after the initial premise. It was truly great how there are no loose ends and everything is explained by the intrinsic logic of the this universe as the story progresses. However, while each book needs something new to captivate the reader, I find that similar to most books it is overdone with 'in the nick of time' actions, happy coincidences and exponential growth of the main characters. The narration goes over plenty of dark and evil happenings, but I find that the story could have pursued the internal turmoil of the characters more and not brushed so easily over consequences. Given the nature of a dungeon, the slavery, the attitude of adventurers and crude politics, the story is extremely positive, while I would have maybe enjoyed it to be darker with an open ending.