This review is the third part of a three part series of reviews of The Gray Tower Trilogy.
Please note that by reading this review, there may some very minor spoilers for book 1 and 2 of The Gray Tower Trilogy (The Tower's Alchemist & Dark Rift) if you haven't read them yet.
Circadian Circle (THE GRAY TOWER TRILOGY #3)
AUTHOR ~ Alesha Escobar
The third and final book of The Gray Tower Trilogy, Circadian Circle is full of intense magical action from start to finish.
Time Shifting Wizards.
Isabella George has a lot on her hands to keep the wizards of The Gray Tower together and defeat the bad guys in this action packed conclusion to The Gray Tower Trilogy.
When I say action packed, I really mean it. The majority of this Circadian Circle is one action scene to the next. Quite often when a novel has to much action in it, and not enough story, I tend to gloss over the action bits, getting bored with reading, how yet again, the protagonist defeats the antagonist, but in this case, I was ok with the extensive action and enjoyed it.
I think I enjoyed the heavy action in Circadian Circle because the previous two novels (The Tower's Alchemist & Dark Rift) did a wonderful job of building the story and the world that it takes place in. When it came time for the final action packed booked, I was heavily invested in the characters, both good and bad, and wanted to find out what would happen to them and I felt the action was a benefit to the story, expanding on what I already knew, as opposed to using action to gloss over the fact that the characters are not well rounded.
Overall, I enjoyed this book, and the series as a whole. It was a fun and entertaining read, the characters had growth over the series and there was a satisfying ending.