A broken family, racing across worlds to reunite with their stolen daughter.
A man so old, angry, and tired that he would rather destroy all of existence than play by its rules.
An All-Father so obsessed with his vision of a better world, he would sacrifice anything for its achievement.
A race to obtain godhood.
An oppressed people on a mission to free themselves from their nightmares and rise up in a conflict foretold by prophecy.
An end to The Bleeding Worlds.
May 31, 2018  |  310 pages
(Read from Mar 22, 2020 to Mar 24, 2020)
Grade: C    (switch to numeric scale)
L/E Ratio: 100% Entertainment, 0% Literature
Writing Quality:
Low High
Low High

Low High
Movie Potential:
Low High

Low High
Sequel Potential:
Low High
It was decent ending. It could have drawn the elements of the different sub-plots into a nice big one but it wasn't bad. The POV shifts were annoying like book 3. More so in fact. Character development was very good and explanations were decent but the multiverse and time travel stuff muddied the waters a bit. A decent series that could and should be made into an anime style media.  (+1 vote)