The end of the trilogy did not disappoint me as I feared it would. Yes, there was a lack of action, blood and thunder, but it was deeply, deeply satisfying. Or rather there is, but it seems only incidental to the story. The hero Yama fulfills his destiny and finds the love of his life, but not in the way he expected, or I anticipated.
Its a good story - not a typical one, but a good one. I think I'll wind up keeping these.