An ancient prophecy.
An entity older than the beginning of time.
Surely the survivors of bloody battles on fey beaches deserve a timeout, a chill period, a chance to reflect? Yeah, right!
When the gang are faced with an ancient threat, it’s just another day at the office until they realise that this time their efforts may not be enough. This time maybe fate won’t be thwarted, because this time their foe is more powerful than anything they could ever have imagined. It’s a race against time, a race against the unpredictable, and, for the first time, the odds are stacked against them. It’s anyone’s game. No guarantees. No returns.
When Khaos strikes, who will be left standing?
For those of you who haven’t started reading the Crimson series yet, you need to. Now. For those of you who have already started and have waited patiently for the last book in the series to be released… be careful for what you ask for. And since you are already familiar with the evil duo that is Amos Cassidy, that statement probably needs no further explanation.
The entire time I was reading Crimson Chaos I kept thinking ‘there’s not enough time left in this book for everything to be resolved.’ Honestly, I had this feeling more than once. I’m not saying that pages were wasted on irrelevant stuff. That doesn’t happen in this series. There are a lot of characters to keep track of, but all of them serve a purpose. Trust me, when you read any of these books, pay close attention. The past comes back to bite everyone sooner or later and even the most minute detail shouldn’t be overlooked. This is definitely a series that begs to be re-read.
This series finale was full of action, drama, danger, romance, tears and even more twists and turns. And then… well, part of the evil persona that makes up Amos Cassidy is their ability to make a book impossible to review. Honestly, so much happens and so many people are affected by all that happens and then… I’m trying here. I’m trying really, really hard, but… well, you’re just going to have to read this one to understand. Then you can yell at the author yourself. 😉 (I may have done this once or twice, they can handle it, honest.)
Beyond the frustration, this was an amazing series and Crimson Chaos tied everything up quite nicely… kind of. The POVs switched between all the characters we have grown to love and most of their story lines came to a satisfying close… kind of. In case you haven’t already surmised, the Crimson series may ended with Crimson Chaos, but Amos Cassidy isn’t quite done with these beloved characters yet. Thank goodness because I might have to chase them down if this book was really the end. 😉