Gathering of the Gods by JR Mitchell
“In a world of lies, the truth is often difficult to define”
In the final installment of the “Immortal Trilogy”, we are taken into a world far beyond comprehension and beauty.
As the quest to save the Keys continues, Ore’arn and Sirus are placed into tremendous danger, where the smallest move could have fatal consequences.
The battle for the Keys and to control The Game takes on more than most are willing to go to obtain peace, but Ore’arn and Sirus realise their destiny’s were made a long time before they were born.
The youngsters have a choice to make, to continue playing The Game, or to forfeit the Keys to the evil lord, Zadus.
As the Gods gather, the trials and tribulations each character experiences will have you holding your breath until the very end. Nothing will prepare you for the battle that takes place, both internal and external. You become the characters and their emotions, with each passing page; you will become apart of The Book of Life.
If you thought you knew how The Book of Life ends, you are in for a surprise that will leave you wanting more.
A trilogy ends, leaving readers begging the question to be asked, “What is next from Mitchell?”
This Gathering of the Gods book review was written by Snjezana Bobic
All reviews for: The Immortals Trilogy
Pathway of the Gods
The Immortals Trilogy: Book 1
Imagine a place where women dominate, where beauty is both physical and internal and where the imagination is allowed to run wild. Where flowers transport you into another ...
Awakening of the Gods
The Immortals Trilogy: Book 2
Betrayal, intrigue, lies and death stalk those who guard young Sirus and Ore'arn as they seek to discove the truth.. As the battle for supremacy begins in earnest, and ...
Gathering of the Gods
The Immortals Trilogy: Book 3
The depravity and debauchery of the Demon Lord Zadus, is pitted against the cunning sexuality of Ore'arn, gifted enchantress of the gods, as she and Sirus orchestrate t...
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Tammy from Sunshine Coast
I was loaned this trilogy from a friend and what an amazing read! I was captivated from start to end - ENCORE!
Snjezana from Brisbane
Mitchell is releasing her 4th book entitled " She Wolf" and it's going to be bigger than the Immortals Series. It should come out next year!
Ilana from Sunshine Coast
After reading the first chapter I thought. Jo, where are you taking me now? But gradually as I read into the plot I felt the plot thickenes. The characters re shuffle and take even more upon themselves. Jo is truly a forward thinker. She knew the last word written in this book, when she started the story in Pathway of the Gods. What a wonderful story teller.
Phillip from Southport, QLD. Aust
At my age of 75yrs there is little left to supprise me or for that matter streach my imiganation but there you go, Mitchell has been able to some how get me to pick up the trilogy story and read all 3 books, to find out how that all could be so, science and fiction plus fantasy have spun that web of intreg, and hooked me.
Carol from Buddina Qld
What a fantastic ending to a fascinating series. Loved every minute of it. Hope to read more from this wonderful author in the near future.
Fiona from Cairns
I have now finished the final book in the series and I loved it, some of the twists you least expect and it will keep you in suspense throughout. It's great to read the conclusion of this series which I was eagerly awaiting, the only downfall is that I didn't want it to end, I WANT MORE!! Can't wait for the next ones...
Michelle from Australia
I couldn't wait to get the last book and I'm still reading. It is so wonderful, I love the characters and the way I see the visions of the worlds described in the book and enjoying it.
Barb from Maroochydore
This last book in the trilogy is the ultimate ending. You actually can see what is evolving as you put yourself in the characters rolls. I have nerver enjoyed reading these books so much. Jo you have done an absolutely fabulous job. Cant wait for more from you in the near future.
Martin from Sunshine Coast
Apart from the hours of joy and excitement I got through these books I have found a lasting experience/change; as I young boy I did not read a book I experienced it in vision! I lost this capacity during my education in High-school. Later in life I found a need to regain this capacity and I paid big money for educational material in this field without result. During my reading of this Trilogy I found I was again "seeing" the story evolve. I got through the book what I had been looking for; my old capacity to visualize!
Michelle from Sunshine Coast
Engaging, Captivating, Unpredictable, Empowering - What more could you possibly ask of a writer. This series is a triumph! I wait in anticipation for her next books to become available.
Nigel from Maroochydore
The plot is revealed, questions are answered, and lives are changed forever. The skill with which this trilogy was crafted is impressive, and the final book lives up to the first two. A strong story full of character and plot. An excellent and rewarding conclusion.
Nikki from Brisbane
Perfect ending to a great trilogy. I loved how this book gave an explanation for everything that had happend in the first books, by the time you reach the end of the book you feel a great satisfaction. Reading these books have given me a new found love for reading. Thanks so much.
Kaiti from Sunshine Coast, Aus
Unpredictable to the end, an incredible trilogy. I absolutely loved the Gathering of the Gods. There is something for everyone who reads the trilogy: it's exciting and wonderful and leaves you wanting more more more from this new exciting writer. I can't wait for her next books.
9.4/10 from 14 reviews
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