Published by Fairies and Fantasy Pty Ltd on January 25, 2015
Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult
OMG! Providence Unveiled was sooo good! The world building in the previous two books really paid off and all the plot twists came to a satisfying conclusion.
A wicked plot dating back to the very beginning of Avall is coming to its end, and Memory is a vital part. In order to save her friends, Memory will break all the rules. With all worlds put at risk by her actions, she will have to step up and make the greatest sacrifice to repair Avall and make the world something better than before.
Note: There will be some series spoilers in this review.
Providence Unveiled picks up immediately after Hope’s Reign finished, so I’m really glad I jumped right into it. I was excited to see how Memory would take to being queen, and I was not let down. She immediately takes charge and starts dealing with the big issues.
Memory’s take charge attitude means were seeing lots of action. Things are constantly happening, mysteries being solved, and battles being fought. Providence Unveiled was definitely never dull!
We also had lots of development in the romance department, which was a sweet treat. My favorite thing, though, was all the interactions with and developments in the fae lore. This world is cool and I’d love to see Selina Fenech go back in time and give us her version of Merlin and Camelot – since this trilogy revealed itself in book 2, Hope’s Reign, as basically the descendants and aftermath of all that.
There were shocking, devastating moments in Providence Unveiled, but they only added to the amazing ending. This is a trilogy worth reading – let the beautiful images draw you in and the story and characters will hold you captive!