The last book in The School For Good and Evil series. Tedros and Japeth compete in the tournament of kings to find out Camelot’s true heir.
a**, d***, b******, Lord’s name in vain, h*ll used in offensive phrases.
Tedros and Agatha kiss. Japeth wanted to bring Aric his old friend from school back to life, said to have been in love. Tedros almost kissed Japeth being disguised as Aric and trying to trick him. Lots of talk about love and jokes about people being in love. Hort and Nicola break up. Hort and Sophie kiss and admit their love for each other. Agatha and Tedros prepare for their wedding.
Lots of deaths, too many to list individually. A battle breaks out with Japeth’s men and Tedros and his school friends. Tedros gets beheaded, then recovers with a wizard wish. Hort’s wolf dies, only to recover in human form.
A few prayers, talk of others going to h*ll.
Love always wins in the end, even when everything seems out of control and chaotic.
I read this book in a day and barely moved for hours. It caught my attention. 😉
Quite a way to end the series. Now I miss the characters even though I was with them a few minutes ago. These people will always have a spot in my heart. Also two people who I wanted to get together finally did! YIIIPEEEEE! Also, there were some issues I didn’t like how they were said, but I think the ending was well thought out. *claps* Thank you Mr. Chainani for writing Tedros into being and writing the series!