Series: Meratis Trilogy, Book 3
Genre: Fantasy
Jeff Powell wants nothing more than to leave his adventures behind him, but he owes a debt and the Sisters intend to collect, no matter the cost. Stealing Cassie in exchange for Jeff’s returned imagination, he and Venn are enlisted to save Andvell from destruction. With Brady’s mind being taken over by Talfyr’s, Jasmine unwell, and Jayden brooding over his broken heart, Jeff must rely on the strength of their friendship to find Cassie and save multiple worlds from being torn apart by growing rifts in the Veil. As the doorway between worlds closes, Jeff needs to choose which side he’ll end up on, and what he’s willing to give up before the end.
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Evenlight, book 3 of the Meratis Trilogy, concludes Jeff Powell’s story. If he had his say, it would have wrapped up the second time he returned home from Andvell. He wants to move on with his life and find some sort of closure. But one thread was left hanging on his last visit to the magical world, and Cassie and Venn convince him he won’t be happy until he wraps it up. So for a third time, he travels back into the world he believes — with less certainty now — he created, only it’s a very different Jeff that arrives. From the first book, when he refused to believe what he saw was real, to the second book when he couldn’t believe he had what it took to belong in that world, this Jeff knows better. He’s seen enough, survived enough, to become a part of what happens around him. Rising into himself, he takes charge in way he never would have thought he could — and as the world once more faces destruction, his friends will need him more than ever.

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“Magic, rousing battle scenes, unlikely heroes, romance and a great storyline”

“I’ve enjoyed my journey into Feldall. Sorry to say it’s over, but it was a wonderful ride. Maybe it is really not over. I’m ready for another romp!”

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