The Final Advent

The Final Advent Death overshadows everyone at some point but for Liz Patrona that time comes far too soon Word comes that Wily her ruthless enemy survived being thrown into the Black River and crossed into Geminus

  • Title: The Final Advent
  • Author: EliHinze
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 214
  • Format: None
  • Death overshadows everyone at some point, but for Liz Patrona that time comes far too soon Word comes that Wily, her ruthless enemy, survived being thrown into the Black River and crossed into Geminus to usurp the kingdom s throne Now his sights rest firmly on her world Knowing Liz is the only threat in his path, he curses her to die in one year s time unless she can kiDeath overshadows everyone at some point, but for Liz Patrona that time comes far too soon Word comes that Wily, her ruthless enemy, survived being thrown into the Black River and crossed into Geminus to usurp the kingdom s throne Now his sights rest firmly on her world Knowing Liz is the only threat in his path, he curses her to die in one year s time unless she can kill him before the clock runs out In the months she has left, she must travel into Geminus, forge precarious alliances with those who ve survived Wily s reign, and battle for her very survival Yet what lies in Geminus may be than she bargained for In these foreign lands looms a sinister secret about her own past Something that has been guiding her from her first breaths to her final steps.In the long awaited conclusion to the No Angels trilogy, Liz is pushed one last time to discover the bounds of how far she s willing to go to protect those she loves even if it means losing herself along the way.

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