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The kingdom of Nerissette is finally at peace. After multiple battles, Queen Allie just might have the time to start building a relationship with the dragon next door, Winston, before her sixteenth birthday
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The kingdom of Nerissette is finally at peace. After multiple battles, Queen Allie just might have the time to start building a relationship with the dragon next door, Winston, before her sixteenth birthday. But unrest is forming at the borders and soon she realizes that it’s not just the Fate Maker who wants to take her crown, but her aunt, Queen Bavasama.
When Bavasama sends her troops over the border into Nerissette on a campaign of mass destruction, Allie has to decide whether or not she’s willing to bring her battle-scarred country back to war. She can’t take the chance of letting more people die, or letting those she’s lost disappear from memory.
She must survive long enough to save her country and, in the end, decide what she will do when faced with a final, horrible series of choices.
"I have to tell you, out off all three books, this was my favorite! I loved every minute of it. "- Jennifer Weiser, Amazon review
I have to tell you, out off all three books, this was my favorite! I loved every minute of it. From page one, I was sucked right in and really screaming "Yeah, get em'!" Allie is faced with a tough decision right from the start. Does she risk starting anoth... ...more
I love happy endings! I knew Infinity would end on a happy note, but that didn't make it any less fun or interesting to read. This time the story picks up 10 months after the finale of Evanescent. Nerissette is once again rebuilding after a terrible battle, but... ...more
Infinity é o terceiro livro da série The Chronicles of Nerissette e, sem sombra de dúvidas, ganhou meu coração. Quando o NetGallery e a editora liberaram o meu acesso ao livro, tive que correr atrás do prejuízo e ler os dois primeiros volumes, que estavam esperando pacientemente a minha leitura.... ...more
Infinity (The Chronicles of Nerissette) by Andria Buchanan is book three and the thrilling conclusion to her YA fantasy series that follows Allie Munroe, Queen of Nerissette, and the foreboding prophecy of the end that we were left with at the end of book two.
Although she’s still stuck in the magical world of Nerissette, Queen Allie is finally ready to build a relationship with the half hottie, half dragon next door, Winston. But all isn’t really fair in love and war. Unrest is quickly forming at the borders and soon Allie realizes that the Fate Maker......more
This is the third book in the Nerissette trilogy and definitely my favorite. First, although each book in this series pretty much can also be read as a stand-alone, I strongly recommend to read the trilogy all the way through. Not only for background information reasons, but it's fun to watch the... ...more
Lies, betrayal, war and death abound as Allie's aunt tries to take over the kingdom and the throne. Who can Allie trust? Will ruling as queen turn her into a bloodthirsty monster? What does Allie really want and what will Fate allow? Read to find out in this third book of the series. I received t... ...more
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About the author
Trapped for years around adults who thought they knew everything, Andria Buchanan started writing to keep herself sane and out of jail. Now, instead of fighting traffic and dealing with staff meetings Andria prefers to spend her days hanging out by the pool in a pair of yoga pants and a t-shirt, typing away at stories about young women who are completely capable of kicking butt, saving themselves, and rescuing a cute prince in need of kissing all without chipping their nail polish and still getting their math homework done.
When she's not working she's either on Twitter @AndriaBuchanan or chasing down one of her two dogs (aka The Not So Wonder Twins) who believe it's their life's mission to eat all her left socks.
I was sitting in front of the mirror at my dressing table in the Queen’s Tower. That’s how I knew it was a dream. My tower had been burned during the Fate Maker’s last attack against the palace, but right now, in my dream, it was still standing. It looked the same as it did the first time I’d ever set foot inside it.
“The End is coming,” my reflection announced, and my eyes widened as I stared back at the girl in the mirror.
“The End is coming,” my reflection said again. “The Last Rose is on her throne, the relics have been found, and the land is free of the Fate Maker. The time of the Prophesies has come.”
“Wait. What? No.” I shook my head, and the girl in the mirror arched an eyebrow at me. “No, that’s not true. I don’t have all the relics. The Mirror of Nerissette has been destroyed, the Dragon’s Tear is hidden, and we’re searching for the last one, the First Leaf, but I haven’t found it yet. We haven’t found it yet.”
“You have found it,” the girl in the mirror argued. “The First Leaf was never lost. It’s always been with you. Because of it life flows through you. The ability to keep this world—and its people—alive lives inside you.”
“The Last Great Rose is on her throne with the relics. The dead will rise, the lost will be found, and our world will be free again. The Prophesies command it.”
The girl in the mirror in front of me dissolved, and when I looked into the glass again, nothing stared back at me. The room behind me was reflected as if I weren’t even there. “Wait!”
“She’s right,” Esmeralda said, suddenly appearing. I gaped at the sorceress, still trapped inside the body of a small black-and-white housecat, sitting on the reflection of my bed in the mirror. I glanced over my shoulder and saw that she wasn’t actually there; even in my dream, she was just an illusion. “The time of the Prophesies has come.”
“But the Prophesies are made up. Make-believe. You should know—you’re the one who made them up.”
“The things I wrote, I never meant for them to come true. But now they have. Fate, or whatever it is that truly guides us, has made the nightmares I wrote about come true, and you’re the only one who can save us. Save our world, Allie. Save us. Before it’s too late.”
“Save you from what? The Fate Maker is trapped in the Bleak, and I’m signing a peace treaty with Bavasama in the morning. Our world is safe.”
“Death is coming, my queen. A world of death and nightmares, and if you’re not prepared, they will destroy us all. The nightmares I unleashed upon this world will destroy us all,” Esmeralda said.
“I don’t know how,” I said. “I don’t know what to do. Tell me what to do.”
“When the time comes, you’ll know,” Esmeralda said, bringing her brilliant green eyes up to meet mine in the mirror.
“No, I won’t.”
“There’s only one thing that can defeat nightmares,” Esmeralda said. “Only one thing stronger than fear.”
“What?” I asked.
Instead of answering the cat in the mirror began to fade away.
“No!” I slapped my hand against the mirror. “No, don’t leave. You have to tell me what I need to do to keep us safe. What I’m keeping us safe from. You can’t leave me.”
The cat disappeared, her eyes the last thing to go, as I stood there, watching her. “Don’t leave me,” I whispered. “Please don’t leave me. I can’t do this alone.”