As sad as I was to say goodbye to Emery, one of my all-time favorite characters, I was happy to see he and Ceony finally get their happy ending in the conclusion to this fun, unique series.
Even though this book didn’t have as much action as the first two and was not the strongest book in the trilogy, the growing relationship between Ceony and Emery was fun to read about, and I was looking forward to Ceony’s final test and graduation. I did get frustrated again with Ceony’s decision-making (she went looking for trouble, so she found it), and I felt the main plot about Saraj started kind of late in the book, but I still enjoyed the book because I was invested in these characters and what was going to happen to them.
Overall, it was a series I enjoyed and am glad I read. Emery is a fantastic character who will forever be one of my absolute favorites (in case you couldn’t tell from the 27 other times I’ve already talked about him), the magic was creative and different from other forms I’ve read about, and the story was sweet with an equally cute conclusion.
More Books in the Series:
Book Review: The Paper Magician (The Paper Magician Book 1) by Charlie N. Holmberg
Book Review: The Glass Magician (The Paper Magician Book 2) by Charlie N. Holmberg
Book Review: The Master Magician (The Paper Magician Book 3) Charlie N. Holmberg
Book Author: Charlie N. Holmberg
Series: The Paper Magician
Genre: Fantasy, Historical Fantasy, Paranormal Romance, Paranormal/Urban Fantasy
My Book Rating: 3
Series/Standalone: Part of a Series
Setting Location: England, London