Book Reviews of Destiny (The Blending Enthroned, Bk 3)

Destiny (The Blending Enthroned, Bk 3)
Destiny - The Blending Enthroned, Bk 3
Author: Sharon Green
ISBN-13: 9780380812950
ISBN-10: 0380812959
Publication Date: 4/1/2002
Pages: 368
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 27 ratings
Publisher: Eos
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
The ending of this one really threw me - I loved the book, and of course, the series, but I was unsure about the future of the characters based on the ending. Wasn't a cliffhanger or intentionally, cruelly left to leave you hanging as a reader -- just eerie.
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Good science fiction.
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Ok, I liked this one overall the best of all of the series. I liked the different premise to the magic/talents, I liked the social implications of being able to "blend" with others, and the changes it would require in a person's outlook. The entire series is a strong social commentary on rigid class structure in a society versus democracy and a government that is truly, "of, by and for the people." I would DEFINITELY recommend reading the entire series, otherwise you will get lost. The first five would almost be better reading if they were published as one volume, some of them are really slow. OVerall, likable characters, good social message, stress of emotional health, self-honesty,self-development, and the benefits of overcoming cultural biases and emotional scars. I am glad I stuck it out and read the whole story.