Worldwalker Series, Book 3
Note: This is the third and final book in a series. You've been warned.
Description (taken from Josephine Angelini's website):
Two versions of the same world. Two versions of the same girl.
Lily Proctor has come a long way from the weak, sickly girl she used to be. She has gained power as a witch and a leader, found her way home, chosen to face battle again, and (after losing her first love and being betrayed by her new love) she has learned more about loss and grief than she ever wanted to know.
Thrust once again into a society different from anything they have ever seen, Lily and her coven are determined to find answers―to find a new path to victory, a way to defeat the monstrous Woven without resorting to nuclear weapons or becoming a tyrannical mass murderer like her alternate self, Lillian. But sometimes winning requires sacrifices . . . and when the only clear path to victory lies at Lillian's side, what price will Lily be willing to pay?
A series I fell in love with but over the years couldn't remember well enough. This third book picks up right where the second one left off. And if you can't remember exactly what happened in the last book, then you're kind of lost for the first half of the book.
Lily has left Rowan in his own miserable exile. And now she's teeming up with the evil Lilian to help get rid of the Woven. Wait a second, I can't exactly remember what happened in the last book. Woven definitely rings a bell, but I'm super lost with where they belong in the plot. Oh right, I'll catch up once I'm halfway in this story. But wait, this whole plotline of being angry at the new love and losing the old love, wow I forgot a lot. And it just didn't make sense to me. But for some reason, I was still hooked in the story... Must have been the good writing.
Yeah, this is a fun fantasy series to read. But I'm definitely going to recommend reading them one right after the other, so you don't have the same problems I had.