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A Blackbird in Twilight is the fourth book of the Blackbird uartet The Serpent M'gulfn is dead yet the Earth of Three Planes faces new dangers Melkavesh powerful sorceress and daughter of Ashurek has come to claim her birthright but she bargains without Xaedrek the seductive charming and ruthless Emperor of Gorethria The clash between them will bring other lands to ruin claim innocent victims and even cause the moons to fall The fourth volume of Freda's first fantasy series creates an eerily atmospheric world now revised in a special collector's edition hardback


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    What a ride This has taken my emotions up and down so much it's taken me three days to be able to start writing a review A Blackbird in Twilight is the fourth book in Blackbird series and the concluding part of the story started in A Blackbird in AmberMellorn Melkavesh has raised an army to repel the Gorethrian army But her sorcery has been no help to her and the Gorethrian Emperor Xaedrek is using the power of the last remaining demon to strengthen his soldiers and power his war machines But they all fail to see that the biggest threat to Earth is the demon who has dark plans of their ownThere is some serious character growth in this book The characters are all imperfect shades of grey Mellorn wants to stop the Empire enslaving the whole continent but she also has her own ego She sees herself as a saviour as a leader and an Empress and she can't see her own faults Kharaan thinks of herself as a coward but over the two books she has evolved into a strong and resilient woman She acts as Mellorn's conscience putting the brakes on the sorceress' egoXaedrek is doing some very bad things and has allowed himself to be controlled by the demon But his motivation is his love of Gorethria and he is sensible and logical and capable of caring We see all sides of him and he comes across as a real person not a cardboard cutout villainous emperorThe first Blackbird book I enjoyed but you could see Freda Warrington's inexperience as a writer and I found it a little bit naive Her writing was good from the first book but also improved massively over the series This fourth book is multilayered and deeply thought out It's well written and atmospheric and full of difficult decisions for her characters There are no right answers here no obvious rights and wrongsI can never guess where the story is going to go next what the characters will do how they will deal with their problems And yet when it happens when things are resolved it's hard to see how it could have happened any other way Don't read Freda Warrington if you don't want a bittersweet ending I feel heartbroken and yet happy at the same time And she is so very good at making her villains so human you understand their actions and even sympathise with themThis is the most enjoyable fantasy series I've read in a long time and this book has easily earned its five stars