This is a great way to end the trilogy. We went back to the beginning to understand why certain generations became who they were. This is the ultimate blood versus water debate. Do you side with your relatives and keep the status quo of evil? Maybe you should pick water, the person you married, and try to forge a new and better, more faithful, future for your descendants?
I hope that the author has future books about this family. The only thing that I didn't like was that there were two characters named Neb, and at times I got confused. Other than that this was a very interesting read with a lot of plot planning that makes you feel like you are in the book with the characters.
I’m giving this book a 5/5.
I was given a copy to review from Night Owl Reviews, however all opinions are my own.
Neb the Great was raised to conquer and conquer he did until he met a woman who challenged his heart and enslaved him in a way he never thought possible. From their union is born two sons, one who would change the course of history by becoming the father of a new generation which would lead to the birth of Aram, while the other would descend into further corruption by embracing his grandfather’s name and his gods.