Last Stand : The Black Mage

  • by Rachel E. Carter
  • Narrated by Gracia Gillund
  • Series: The Black Mage
  • 13 hrs and 12 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

He's the Black Mage and she's the traitor to the Crown.
Ryiah's world was shattered the night she discovered King Blayne's nefarious plans. Now, she has to betray the one she loves most in order to save the realm from war. Torn between love and duty, Ry finds herself on a perilous mission to help the rebels and convince the kingdom of Pythus not to honor its pact with the corrupt king of Jerar - all the while deceiving the most powerful mage in the realm, the very man sworn to protect the Crown and hunt the rebels at all costs: her husband.
She's one step ahead, but sooner or later the curtain will fall.
Sooner or later, she'll have to fight.
Witness the epic conclusion of The Black Mage series, and see just how far one girl will go to save her kingdom and the boy she loves - even when that boy has become the enemy.


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Customer Reviews

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Roller coaster of emotion.

At some point in this book, I had to stop listening. It was really painful to hear Riyah inner pain and trouble. She was really believable as a character and while I keep hoping and hoping for a happy end I was so afraid it would not come. I am glad this book is over and my heart can rest. I went through the 4 book in a week. Going through the first 2 you wouldn't see this book coming at all. If i was honest, I would have preferred to stop at book 2. I am glad I could see Riyah grow as a character in book 3 and 4. But the fairy tale lover in me find this story too painful. Not something you see in young adult book often.
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- Charmy

Best of the series!

If you looking for something similar to court of thorns and roses.... this is the series. This was my favorite book of the four. The character matured and develop so much for very powerful end!
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- Astara

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-15-2017
  • Publisher: Rachel E. Carter