A review by sincerelyabiblio
Fate of the Vulture by Jessaca Willis


Thank you to Jessaca Willis for an ARC of this wonderful book in exchange for an honest review!

Okay my lovely humans. This is a trilogy I’m begging you to read. It was one I was a little unsure of in the beginning but by the end I was completely blown away. The story really comes together and each book has it’s own twists and turns. I think a lot of times the sequel and final book of a trilogy can be really hard. I’ve been disappointed many times but this series is everything I hoped and more!

Beware of spoilers for the first two books here, I don’t want to ruin the series for you!

Three pros/cons

1. The development of Acari and Sinisa here is amazing. Seeing Acari finally face his crow and Sinisa finally accept that she can live as a mortal is so well done!
2. The Altúyur were so much of what I expected but were not at the same time. They were very well done, their personalities fitting their powers perfectly!
3. The overall plot of this book was very well paced and I was never bored while reading it. Even when the POV changed I wasn’t upset because of how exciting everything was for both story lines.

1. This isn’t a huge con, and is more just me wanting more. But I really just am a romance lover and would have loved to see more of it throughout this book and the series. That being said, for not having much I absolutely loved it regardless.
2. There are a few spelling and grammar errors that we often see in independently published books. This isn’t terrible but if you’re a person who gets taken out of the story because of it, just beware.
3. I personally don’t mind this specific thing but some people might. There is A LOT going on in this book. The second you think one thing is finished, another thing begins. It is all over the place (I personally think in a good way) but I can see how it could become overwhelming for some readers!

Overall this is a great conclusion to the story. I am so happy with where Sinisa ends up especially because of how her story began. This is a wonderful trilogy that really centers on fate and what that means. It does follow the “chosen” trope but I think Jessaca uses it in the best way. I highly recommend this series and can’t wait for more people to read it!