This is the end of “Diabolic” Trilogy.
Nemesis keeps a low profile beside Anguish, meanwhile Tyrus’ empire is getting more and more tyrannical, he has self-proclaim as a God and everyone has to veneer him.
There still are a lot of Nemesis’ followers so if she wanted to she could lead a rebellion but her priority is to help her brother Anguish who has a degenerative desease and is dying.
However, her face and abilities could be easily recognized if she’s not careful.
Would she be the one to kill Tyrus and end his tyranny? With who’s help? What will happen to her feelings for Tyrus?
These and other questions are solved in this exciting book. It has some twists and a lot of politics and strategy.
I liked and recommended this trilogy since the beginning. This was an excellent ending because it kept me wanting to read, sadly I couldn’t read it all the time.
I think Nemesis is a great heroine. She made good decisions although they didn’t seem good. On the other hand, Neveni got carried away by her hate and she made bad decisions.
One interesting part of the book is that it shows how some people could follow someone crazy just because they want power and privileges. They fall into excesses and depravities and they affect everyone else.
I liked that some books written in the Earth were helpful to them. This trilogy is post-apocalyptic.
I recommend the whole trilogy.