This was kind of the weakest book of the three, but still very readable and cool: Sigrud, never quite over his daughter’s death, learns of the death of his last remaining friend, PM Shara Komayd. He decides to protect her daughter at all cost. I’m usually not a fan of precocious children, and I think this was part of what I disliked (doesn’t matter if you call them godlings, they still are annoying teens in a way). Also Sigrud was a much better side character than protagonist. The plot ended up having quite a bit of predictable twists, especially when keeping the previous two books in mind.
But I’m overall very happy to have read the series, and I generally like the conclusion!
This book is part of the 2022 Backlog Incident.