Only been out a few days, from my pseudonym, but the personal feedback I’ve had has been great.
Here’s the first review:
James Wilde weaves this final book in the series with such skill and attention that i struggled to put the book down at night. His characters are as always perfectly drawn, fallible yet heroic, his friends dedicated, funny, sardonic and better men than they know. There is betrayal, heroism, vast action and terrible fear …. true light can only been seen after terrible darkness and it is through this darkness that James takes the reader…. This is simply an excellent tale, one of the best re-imagining of the iconic Arthur myth out there, and for me James Wilde’s best book to date.