The End of All Things (The Kinsman Chronicles): Part 3 - eBook
The End of All Things (The Kinsman Chronicles): Part 3 - eBook  -     By: Jill Williamson
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Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Bethany House
Publication Date: 2016
ISBN: 9781441229106
ISBN-13: 9781441229106
Series: Kinsman Chronicles

Publisher's Description

Part 3 of Jill Williamson's Epic Fantasy Series The Kinsman Chronicles

With the Five Realms on the brink of total destruction, everyone faces a final mad scramble to find a safe haven. The realm is divided on what should be done. Wilek and Trevn join those who are preparing the realm for a seaward evacuation, but the king stands in their way. Wilek must battle against his own father to try and save the people of Armania.

The End of All Things is collected together with parts 1 and 2 in King's Folly.

Author Bio

Jill Williamson writes fantasy and science fiction for teens and adults. Jill grew up in Alaska, staying up and reading by the summer daylight that wouldn't go away. This led to a love of books and writing, and her debut novel, By Darkness Hid, won several awards and was named a Best Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror novel of 2009 by VOYA magazine. She loves giving writing workshops and blogs for teen writers at www.GoTeenWriters.com. She now lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, two children, and a whole lot of deer. Visit her online at www.jillwilliamson.com.

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  1. The Artist Librarian
    Age: 18-24
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    The End of All Things is Just the Beginning!
    July 18, 2016
    The Artist Librarian
    Age: 18-24
    Gender: female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    The Kinsman Chronicles is off to a world-shattering start with the release of The End of All Things, completing book one, King's Folly (which is available now in print). If you've been following the digital releases like me, note that the three e-book titles refer to the three sections King's Folly is separated into, so you don't have to buy King's Folly unless you want a physical copy or all three parts in one book.

    In this final portion, Jill Williamson finishes setting the stage for what is sure to be an incredible series. Between convincing King Echad of the eminent danger their people face from natural disasters signaling the end of their world, uncovering sinister secret societies, and evacuating Armania to find refuge on the sea, Wilek, Trevn, and their allies definitely have their hands full!

    Though confusing at times for me to keep straight, I enjoyed reading about this large cast of characters. The only POV character I don't really care for is Charlon (especially with what happened with my favorite female character at the end). However I have the feeling that like Harley Quinn or Catwoman in the Batman universe, Charlon might have some sort of antihero or sympathetic villain role, though she's more misguided than evil, or she could even be redeemed by the end of the series. Also, a few side characters jumped into the limelight with wonderful moments that I won't disclose so as not to spoil, but wow! I hope some of them might get POV chapters in the next book.

    Even without the loose connection to Williamson's previous fantasy series, I'm now hooked regardless. Looking forward to reading King's Blood (or the three part ebooks: Kingdom at Sea, Maelstrom, and Voices of Blood) --especially with the title of part III!

    [Disclosure: I received a digital ARC from the author for review purposes.]
  2. TellNJasmine
    Montana
    Age: 25-34
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Life as they know it ends...NOW!
    May 12, 2016
    TellNJasmine
    Montana
    Age: 25-34
    Gender: female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 4
    Meets Expectations: 5
    Wow, I think The End Of All Things was the best part of the story yet. More excitement, more adventure, more danger, and an epic battle against a god. Sides are chosen, lines are drawn, and time is rapidly running out.

    In part 3 Jill Williamson starts drawing the various threads of the story together and I can't wait for the next parts to start releasing.

    As the inevitable loss of the Five Realms came closer and closer and things became more desperate I found myself more and more drawn into the story. Even the title, The End Of All Things, has a haunting note to it that captures the imagination.

    Fans of epic fantasy with highly detailed worlds, descriptive scenery, widely varied peoples, intricate histories and customs, will find exactly what the are looking for in Jill Williamson's The Kinsman Chronicles.

    (I received a copy of this e-book from the author in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are entirely my own.)
  3. EmilyAnne28
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Awesome Epic Fantasy
    April 14, 2016
    EmilyAnne28
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    The five woes are in full swing and seems likely that the entire land will dissolve into the ocean in the near future. Wilek, Kal, Trevn, and a few others believe in the impending doom and are planning evacuations. Meanwhile, international turmoil and the heir war continue unhindered. Kals group continues their dangerous journey to safety and Charlon schemes to take Lady Zeroahs place. Will there ever be a time of peace and safety?

    The End of All Things is part three of book one in Kings Folly by Jill Williamson. Wow. The epic continuesand it is most certainly an epic! The layers of characters, the complex plots and subplots, the religious turmoil, the secrets of the past, the forbidden romance, the prophecies, and so, so much more. It is a good thing there is a character index! Although, a person does learn to keep pretty good track of things. But, wow, this series is amazing!

    I did not expect the characters to evacuate the Five Realms so soon. I thought the author would wait until the last book in the series since it seemed so final. But the evacuation occurred in book one, part three. That is not to say that there are not still problems. The five realms took all their political and religious troubles with them into whatever new world they discover and colonize. I wonder if there will already be inhabitants in the new land

    There are so many things in just this part of the book! So many evil schemes to combat. I can hardly believe what Wilek did to survive one of them! That part was awesome. The religious aspect is definitely building up to something. False gods, cults, and drugs are one side and Arman, his holy book, and the prophetess are the other. I can hardly wait to see how the conflict climaxes.

    I am totally addicted to this series and would recommend it to those who enjoy New Adult high fantasy.

    I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
  4. CrazyWriter94
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    I Need A Time Machine So I Can Read The Next Book
    April 8, 2016
    CrazyWriter94
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    I received an advance reading copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. And my honest opinion is this: I need the next book very badly. And if youve read this (and the two eBooks preceding it, Darkness Reigns and The Heir War), you probably understand why. Note: the thematic content notice I gave for the first two parts still stands, but Williamson is still careful about handling things and her writing is more than riveting and compelling enough to make up for any awkwardness. My inner fangirl is pleased.
  5. Dana B.
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    An exciting conclusion to Book One of the Kinsman Chronicles!
    April 6, 2016
    Dana B.
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    Note: The End of All Things is the third part of the larger volume titled Kings Folly. It is best read in conjunction with Parts One (Darkness Reigns) and Two (The Heir War), due to its epic scope, continuing plot lines, and large cast of characters.

    In the conclusion to Kings Folly, Book One of the Kinsman Chronicles, we reach The End of All Things, following the continuing story from Parts One and Two. The Five Realms are on the verge of experiencing the last of the Five Woes, signaling the destruction of their land and kingdoms. If the leaders of the fatherlands and the motherlands dont take action, everyone could perish.

    The action is intense, character development is strong, intrigue is high, and we catch a glimmer of hope on the dark horizon in the midst of utter disaster. As the story dashes to its conclusion, the reader is left with a satisfying (for now) finish and an open door to Book Two (Kings Blood first installment will be Kingdom at Sea). I, for one, cannot wait for the adventures to continue.

    The darker side: There is a culture of mysticism involving black spirits, spells, and the use of a dangerous plant to fuel the spirit connection, and a different culture practices polygamy and has concubines and slaves, much like what we see in the Old Testament, so if those things bother you, just be aware that they are present. Initiation into a cult is depicted in which people must ingest a watered-down poison (this cult is part of the antagonist group). Human sacrifice is practiced, and there are a few fairly bloody fight scenes.

    *I received an advance copy of this book, but my opinions are wholly my own.
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