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The Golden Tower

The final, thrilling installment in this extraordinary series from bestselling authors Holly Black and Cassandra Clare.A generation ago, powerful mage Constantine Madden came close to achieving what no magician had ever achieved: the ability to bring back the dead. He didn't succeed . . . but he did find a way to keep himself alive, inside a young child named Callum Hunt.Facing up to what he is, Callum has battled chaos and evil across four years of magical training at the Magisterium, eventually defeating the armies of chaos in an epic battle.It came at a cost.Now, triumphant and heartbroken, Callum Hunt has just about had enough, and is ready to complete his training. But the evil Callum faced has not given up just yet......

Title : The Golden Tower
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ISBN : 13612970
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 256 pages
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The Golden Tower Reviews

  • Laura (acquariusgb)

    Here's the end of another series. I was eagerly waiting for this one.

    Good conclusion to an interesting and magical series. The only negative thing about this ending is that it seemed a bit rushed, something that is characteristic of all the series. It's something that can be positive if you like easy and quick reads, or negative if you prefer more detailed world building.

    Still, a well built plot and characters development. Characters that were more secondary in the previous book, in this one th

  • Julie

    *More of a 3.5*

    Well... That's it. That's the end of the Magisterium series. I'm both sad and happy. This book was kind of a mess tbh. There were parts I liked and I did kind of like the ending for the most part, but a lot of it didn't seem right. I don't really like the direction they went with a lot of the characters. Alex was almost an obnoxious caricature of himself and a lot of the dialog was kind of cringey. The whole thing with Maugris was just fucking random and extremely unnecessary. I r

  • Ceilidh

    The title of this book has changed so many times I don't even know what to call it anymore.

  • l

    Even as an adult, I'll still be plagued by waiting for yet another Cassandra Clare book.


  • Nina  van der Kooij

    I'm having a bit of mixed feelings about this. It was nice, and I liked the ending, but it was by no means an epic conclusion.

    I enjoyed watching the characters develop. The plot was alright, but it was nothing great. I'm not sure how I feel about the villain. There were times I was laughing, but when it really came to it, it was difficult to take him seriously. Maybe it's because it's a MG book, but the villain kind of disappointed me.

    There was also a big reveal about the past in here I'm not

  • Sally ☾

    “Perhaps I am unknowable. But I will burn for your sake all the same.”

    That ending was so completely Holly and Cassie that I actually hate it.

    These authors will be the death of me.

    This series is definitely not targeted toward me anymore, but hey, I enjoyed the ride anyway.

    It helps that these books were very quick reads. I definitely think they could have been shorter, but I guess I understand what they were going for with the titles and all.

  • Lerizza Mae

    Finally done with this series!

    Honestly, I'm a bit disappointed. The whole series seems so rushed. There could have been a lot more world-building for a five-book series. The main characters are somewhat good, a bit shabby, not too great. They are a bit mediocre for me. And the main villain was too petty! A villain who demands all that he wants, may it be a girl, a tower with a TV room and a villain who just wants to sit on his throne just to spite his enemies and do nothing. It gets a bit boring

  • Meaghan

    Stars (Out of 10): 3/10 Stars

    I had such high hopes for this book after the redeeming of the series (for me) in book 4. Just in general, there was so much potential for this series, and I had such expectations both from books 1 and 2 and from Clare’s and Black’s prior works.

    Now, I get this is a middle grade series. It won’t be as deep as Black’s The Cruel Prince/Tithe/etc. or Clare’s The Infernal Devices/The Dark Artifices/etc. I also get that these books are not necessarily aimed towards me, and