The Great War of the Gods comes to a close in the last volume of this series. The epic fantasy saga finds Khardin, Zohra, and the wizard Mathew faced with crossing a vast desert. If they survive, the nomads must combat the fiercest of warriors--
The best of the trilogy, December 5, 2005
Reviewer: C. T. Hunter "chips_books" (Gainesville, FL United States)
This final book of the Rose of the Prophet trilogy really did it for me. All of the loose ends were wrapped up and the mysteries revealed. While some people seem to think that the ending wasn't satisfactory, I disagree. The book ends with a pretty clear picture of what the future holds for the characters and the resolution of the plot was complete. This was my favorite book of the trilogy because of the fast pace and intense action. While the first two books seemed a bit drawn out and slow due to the necessities of character and plot development, this book was right to the point and brought the whole trilogy to an exciting climax.
In my opinion, this final volume makes the whole trilogy really worth reading. While not Weis and Hickman's best story that I've read, I still enjoyed it very much.
Great 3 book series by Weis & Hickman! Loved Khardan, Zohra and Mat-hew... also loved the depth of the nomad life including the dictionary of their language! Great ending... Loved the Black Paladin!