**Disclaimer, I have not read Finale or any spoilers about it. The following post is pure speculation on what I think I will like and dislike about it.**
Author Stephanie Garber
Description from Amazon
A love worth fighting for. A dream worth dying for. An ending worth waiting for.
It’s been two months since the Fates were freed from a deck of cards, two months since Legend claimed the throne for his own, and two months since Tella discovered the boy she fell in love with doesn’t really exist.
With lives, empires, and hearts hanging in the balance, Tella must decide if she’s going to trust Legend or a former enemy. After uncovering a secret that upends her life, Scarlett will need to do the impossible. And Legend has a choice to make that will forever change and define him.
Caraval is over, but perhaps the greatest game of all has begun. There are no spectators this time: only those who will win, and those who will lose everything.
Welcome, welcome to Finale. All games must come to an end.
Legendary left me speechless. The ending was a huge shocker and I needed to start Finale immediately. Unfortunately, I’ve been busy this week and haven’t had a chance to start yet. Needless to say, I am super amped for this finale (pun intended).
I really like the US cover for this one. I do not have a UK Edition yet but, as always, the cover art for this series is impecable. There are so many beautiful edition of this book floating around all with equal shelf appeal.
Notes on the Dust Jacket
It seems like this volume will alternate between Scarlett and Tella’s POVs. I think this will be a nice change. I like that we got to know each sister individually in Caraval and Legendary respectively, but this story is about both of them.
I’m also very curious about the secret Scarlett discovers. I know her former fiance is running around, but the secret seems to be something more than that.
I’ll be listening to the audiobook for this one (like I did for Legendary), so it will take me a bit longer than usual to finish. This series has so many moving parts and I can’t wait to see how Stephanie Garber ties them all together.
I would also hope that there is something somewhat open ended at the conclusion so that we can go back to this magical world.