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I hated the way it was left ambiguous. But it threw in a bunch ehadow weird scenarios and characters at the end — just like Shadow Heir did.
She made Eugenie an hypocrite. Another thought I had was how come her kids weren’t allergic to silver? What I don’t get is building an expectation like Richelle did in Iron Crowned to just divert the story to a totally different direction.
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Would it have been such a stretch for him to come to her in the end and express regret for the chasm that divided them? AND, what kind of mother would just sit and listen to a man vowing to kill her son? But I accepted it since I was like no this is going to twist later and maybe be great or Dorian will adopt the children and love them as if they were his own.
She’s a self-professed coffee addict and has a passion for all things wacky and humorous. I would like to write a fifth book, but at the moment, other commitments have taken precedence, so it may be a long time. She’s a great character and I’d love to see Now that the series has come to a close, it’s time to reflect. Powered by GDPR plugin.
Does she tell him at all even though they are totally together now. Eugenie Markham, after 4 books and plenty of adventures, fights, etc etc, still managed to act like a teenager sometimes. So, why did I give it 5 stars, not 1 what it would deserve, after this ending? I waited a day to leave a review for Shadow Heir just so I could calm down enough to be coherent.
Dec 31, Meaf do so love you. This is still my favorite series of Mead’s, and I hope she has some spin-off planned in the future to sate my curiosity about what happens next. We never find out if she does tell him. And I try not to be frustrated when the ending goes to another place than what I would have liked it to go.
The spell-driven source of the blight isn’t the only challenge to Eugenie’s instincts. That’s 10 star material all by itself. And then shaodw come to Eugenie, Dorian, and Kiyo. Really she is just going to be passive and hide her kids. He deserved to have these sbadow, to be a father, because he gave everything to Eugenie, and in return, she kept Ivy and Isaac from him.
I can kind of a tinsy bit see where she is coming from but i would never have been able to make that choice so when the next book comes along -there has to be a next book- the problem has to be sorted out immediately! I could understand some parts of the end, but Eugenie’s choice regarding a very important truth was just too far.
And oh, it would’ve been so beautiful, so heart-warming if Dorian knew. There are more loose threads with this ending than there were in Last Sacrifice and LS had a spin-off coming. Everyone reacts differently to situations and not everyone makes the right choices.
Shadow Heir (Dark Swan 4)
Fairy king Dorian is sacrificing everything to help, but Eugenie can’t trust the synergy drawing them back together. I really hope Richelle is reading these. View all 13 comments. And Dorian is the reason why I love this series. Gosh, I guess she is lucky to have such a huge VA fan base because I’m certain if it weren’t for that a lot of people would drop her books altogether.
Shadow Heir (Dark Swan 4) by Richelle Mead – Penguin Books Australia
What’s she going to do next, make Adrian kill Domitri and Rose, then go kill himself in front of Sydney, who will then kill herself. You can argue that the author’s still done a good job if I feel that strongly about the character.
Eugenie and Dorian join together and assemble a group to assist on a journey to reverse the damage that has been brought upon emad lands and their people. If I went through that and my parents turned their back on me. Her decisions in prior books have been cringeworthy, especially when it came to breaking up with one of her two men “in her head” Thanks for telling us about the problem. That’s how you’re gonna leave it? I feel completely betrayed by Richelle.
So there are three total and Eugenie and Dorian hold the 3 lands but have a plan to give them to the kids when they are older.
And let me be honest here: Richelle always makes her heroines beneath her male counterparts. I really got annoyed with Eugenie and the decisions she makes, not only in this book but throughout the series.