Mariah’s ARC Review of “The Lost Alliance” by Cait Marie

By: Mariah Brown

This amazing book is the final book in Cait Marie’s The Nihryst trilogy. She finished it in a way that made everything wonderful and fulfilling. It starts out with Shane and Phillip going through something that is not expected. They both make me super happy with how they work together. They have a lot to figure out which makes it even more difficult for them both.

I still love Ada and Lee’s relationship because of how well their chemistry works together. Lee always knows when Ada is up to something and makes sure he is involved one way or another. Lee turns out to be Ada’s rock through everything. They are meant for each other and they know exactly what each other needs.

There is a big war that happens which makes this book even more satisfying. This war was very well written and brought together all the different aspects of how a fantasy should be written. The war was written like any other adventure would be which made it even more exciting. You should just read the book because of this part.

The end of the book has a twist that is not expected because of a certain prophecy, and it makes the book even more interesting. I could not even tell ahead of time with what was going to happen. I love when I am unable to predict the end. It makes a book that much more exciting.

Once you finish the book, Cait Marie has a surprise for all of her readers with a sneak peek of her next book. She has made this new book even more interesting and exciting. I cannot wait for the new release.

I received an ARC for an honest review.

I enjoyed The Lost Alliance. I give it a 5/5 star rating. I enjoyed all of the aspects within the book, and it had amazing pacing. I definitely recommend reading other books by Cait Marie as they are just as good.

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