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This is book number 3 in the The Wells of Sorcery Trilogy series.
Siege of Rage and Ruin is the explosive final adventure in Django Wexler's The Wells of Sorcery trilogy, an action-packed epic fantasy saga.
Isoka has done the impossible—she’s captured the ghost ship Soliton.
With her crew of mage-bloods, including the love of her life Princess Meroe, Isoka returns to the empire that sent her on her deadly mission. She’s ready to hand over the ghost ship as ransom for her sister Tori’s life, but arrives to find her home city under siege. And Tori at the helm of a rebellion.
Neither Isoka’s mastery of combat magic, nor Tori’s proficiency with mind control, could have prepared them for the feelings their reunion surfaces. But they’re soon drawn back into the rebels’ fight to free the city that almost killed them.
“A fast-paced, compelling conclusion to this fantasy saga.” —Kirkus Reviews on Siege of Rage and Ruin
“A strong young adult fantasy series, with excellent, intriguing worldbuilding, complex, queer characters, and strong themes that echoed in my mind long after the close of each book, Wexler nails the landing not just for Siege of Rage and Ruin but for the whole of the Wells of Sorcery trilogy.” —Tor.com
“The final book in this action-packed trilogy gives readers more of what they’ve loved: magic, mayhem, and adventure, plus a neat ending.” —Booklist on Siege of Rage and Ruin
“Set sail aboard the ghost ship Soliton for a rich and harrowing fantasy journey. Wexler expertly weaves complex magic, action and intrigue into an unforgettable tale of loyalty and vengeance.” —Julia Ember, author of The Seafarer's Kiss, on City of Stone and Silence
“A magical, enthralling must-read.” —Kirkus Reviews on City of Stone and Silence
“Make sure to have both books on hand for older teen adventure fans.” —Booklist on City of Stone and Silence
“A gripping, fast-paced fantasy enrapturing readers until the end…. This ever changing world of magic is beautifully constructed with tantalizing details that evoke a variety of cultural influences. The characters are well-developed, and diversity—in ethnicity, ability, and sexuality—is abundant.” —Kirkus Reviews on Ship of Smoke and Steel
“For readers who love Sarah J. Maas and Sabaa Tahir.... Django Wexler's first foray into young adult is a crackling blast of a read.” —Duane Wilkins, SFF buyer, University Book Store, Seattle, WA on Ship of Smoke and Steel