Hero at the Fall by Alwyn Hamilton (non-spoiler review) // what an ending

Book: Hero at the Fall by Alwyn Hamilton

Rating: 4.25 stars


To avoid spoiling the other books, the link is here!


I really enjoyed book 2 and started this one almost immediately!


I loved this immensely! The ending was done so well! It’s was so solid and left no question unanswered + I left the story and the world feeling so satisfied.

The world building and writing once again was amazing. I loved reading about the magic and the world. Especially how it’s set in the desert! The politics and the fight scenes. The tension between characters and just seeing everything play out was so wonderful.


Be aware that Hamilton is not afraid to harm and/or kill off characters. It’s something that’s really terrifying but I’m glad the author tales risks, because they pay off.

This series definitely started off as a typical YA, but the author’s given it such a twist that it’s something intriguing and completely new for me.


I love them. Seeing their choices under all that pressure and the way they composed themselves. I love how well they worked together. How everyone brought something different to the table. How they were always there to support one another. You’ll truly grow to love them all with this series.


An amazing series that only gets better and better with each book. The series will draw you in and leave you satisfied.

A shorter, bullet point review can be found on my Goodreads here.


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Have you read Hero at the Fall? Is it on your TBR? Are your opinions the same as mine? Or are they totally different?

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