Darkest Fate – Fabio Bueno
Title: Darkest Fate (Singularity series #3)
Author: Fabio Bueno
Publisher: Booklings Publishing
My rating: ★★★★✫
This review might contain spoilers for readers who have not read Wicked Sense and Broken Spell yet.
When I finished Broken Spell I immediately started reading Darkest Fate. After the ‘in between’ part of the series, I just needed to know how things would end for Drake, Skye and all the others.
What the book is about
The truth can set you free. It also can destroy you.
Skye has left Drake and gone to London to face trial for her actions. She must choose between loyalty to her coven and hiding the Sister she swore to protect.
A figure from Drake’s past resurfaces, uncovering secrets and shattering his life. To save Skye and the Singularity, Drake must enter dangerous alliances and risk everything.
The covens are in a frantic quest for the Singularity. The Mothers are fighting to preserve the Veil. But when the Night covens start killing witches, it becomes a race against time.
Will Skye and Drake’s love be strong enough to overcome betrayals, mortal threats, and a witch war? Happily ever after has never been harder.
What I think about the book
I didn’t like that Skye had to leave for London, even if it’s clear why she had to. My head was screaming at Skye: “Come on girl, tell that guy how you feel!” Of course she didn’t. He has broken her trust, but what about her own actions? Skye has not exactly been a saint either. Now she is separated from the people she loves back in Seattle which gives her time to think about what happened and how she feels.
At home Drake is dealing with his friends and family drama himself. All he wants is for Skye to come back so he can make things up to her, but will she ever come back? He decides to take matters in his own hands for a change and fight for what he really wants. This boy is really turning into a man in the last part of the series.
I really loved all the unexpected twists in the final chapters of the book. Fabio Bueno even surprised me in the very few last sentences. That’s something I can appreciate for sure. For me it was a perfect ending to the series.