The Legendary Warrior by Julius St. Clair
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Everyone is fighting to sway Bastion to their side.
Meanwhile Catherine seeks to find out if the threat from the Yama is real or not.
Bastion is at odds with his feelings and actions. He hopes to just be a normal teenager, but that seems to be impossible.
The Legendary Warrior was an adequate addition to the Sage Saga. The Sage Saga is losing steam for me and I felt like I forced my way through this book.
The characters have mainly stopped behaving like themselves by this edition. Catherine has turned into a character where the ends justify the means. James has taken a dark path in order to save Allay and hates himself for it. Bastion seems like a robot learning to be a real boy. The others really don't feel all that important.
A lot of questions that have gone unanswered since the first trilogy are answered in The Legendary Warrior. That was probably the best part of the book for me. There were also a few new plot twists that have peaked my interest. The characters have lust their luster, but I still intend on finishing the trilogy.
2.5 out of 5 stars
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