It all comes down to this–the Fae are going to war! The rift in the ranks of the children of Danu–cruelly beautiful and ever-fickle Summer locked in an endless behind-the-scenes struggle with dark, unchanging Unwinter–has festered since before mortal man ever walked the face of the Earth. Now the banners fly black and the challenge has been issued–no more games; all will end in blood. And yet, in this time of warring gods and goddesses, all will hinge on the actions of three half-blooded Fae, Jeremiah Gallow, Alastair Crenn, and Robin Ragged. The warrior, the hunter, and the damsel; they are ostensibly pawns to be disregarded in the larger game, but in truth they are the pieces that fate will turn upon.
If you’re looking for lighthearted, snarky Urban Fantasy fare, look elsewhere. Lilith Saintcrow offers up a grim tale, indeed, for all its dark beauty. But if you’ve the stomach for something a bit darker, this trilogy just might be up your alley. I would highly recommend starting with Trailer Park Fae and Roadside Magic, as this final volume will make little sense without having read the first two-thirds of the story, and since the whole thing has now been released you can read them back-to-back without waiting. You lucky wight…