I don't quite think that the references of God are that subtle. You'll find almost exact quotes from Isaiah in the books. However, I love this series, and agree that this book is the perfect ending. All is well, the missing character has returned, and you get the feeling at the end of the book of complete fufillment of the story. There are certain stories that end, leaving the reader feeling like they had just been transported to a different world, where perhaps they were one of the characters. This series is one of those series. I highly recommend it to anyone who likes a good fantasy story. This one leaves all the rest of the fantasy stories of today in the dust. High praise for the writing of Mr. Graham!
Within the pages of this epic series, was something unlike anything I have read before. I was releived when I could finally read something sci-fi but still promoting the overall story of Gods love for us. Not only is this series one of the best I have read, but the subtle christian undertones it has is remarkable. The entire series is phenominal, and this last book in the series is no exception. I am all for climatic ending and epic stories, and this book delivers. If you are new to the series, or checking out to see if this last book is up to par, you will n ot be dissappointed!
After over a year of waiting, I finally was able to read the final installment of the Binding of the Blade saga. All the frustration, aggravation, and waiting was worth it. Every death, every sacrifice, every struggle, built toward the climatic finish when Malek was defeated once and for all. If you just couldnt stand the thought of another tragic ending, hold on. Its all worth it in the end