Book Three in the Sprit Shinto trilogy by Award Winning New Zealand author Dale Elvy.
"As the world trembles before the combined might of the Great Houses, ancient enmities are aroused and old enemies prepare to unleash the unthinkable, the ultimate weapon of darkness..."
I loved this book. To the point of getting 2 copies, just so I had one to give away to a friend who loves that sort of stuff. A brilliant ending to an awesome trilogy. Get them all, available in any good bookshop. Since the whole trilogy hit debut less than a year ago, you'll easily be able to find all three on the shelves or on quick re-order. A must-read.
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