He’s got three legs, millions of fleas and serious cattitude.
He’s FLEABAG whose wit, wisdom and love of naps save the day – again.
The evil wizards of Porthwain issue the Great Challenge to win the crown and the Ring Fire for themselves, but Rowanne, bodyguard to Gemma Fire Wielder and King Phelan, deserts her post and flees to Porthwain. There, she becomes the most powerful wizard of all. She says she’s doing it all for the Ring Fire, but is she? Can she be trusted?
And who is Kern, the penniless fiddle-player whose music can send even wizards to sleep? It’s for Fleabag to know and the others to find out!
But first, the friends must find the Ring’s End
How did I get the book?
Received from author in exchange for an honest review
Review: In the conclusion of the Fleabag Trilogy; Gemma, Phelan, Rowanne and (of course) Fleabag are challenged for the Ring Fire. The threat has been woven through each of the previous books is now knocking on the front door, with an army in tow.
Fleabag is on fine form throughout this story and will be one of my favourite feline characters forevermore. His concerns about dinner, even in the most dire of situations, will make you smile. And yet, he also has some wonderfully wise moments.
As I’ve grown to know all the characters through the previous books I felt more at home with this story. I love that even in the final book there is still growth, especially for Gemma and Rowanne. For me, the pacing was a little calmer. I think this is because the setting is mainly in one place and the story is focused on the trails.
Fleabag & the Ring’s End is a suitably marvellous conclusion to a magical trilogy.