Dispel Illusion by Mark Lawrence
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
What a fantastic end to this time-travel SF trilogy!
Each volume gives us a firm grounding in these friends' cool D&D sessions and twists the events into very clever plots full of deception, imperfect memory, and time-paradox filled with the possibility of entire lost universes. Of course, it's not a good D&D session without REALLY high stakes, right?
But as this particular title implies, there may... or may not... be a lot of deception going on within the pages. Of course, revealing the spell, the purpose of this spell, or the number of people involved in this spell is forbidden, and not least because of the master illusionist at the top of the Tower of Trickery...
I love the way this novel brings together all the pages of all three novels and gives us all a much more complete and delicious wrap-up and explanation for all the events.
It's definitely one of the best time-travel paradox-defying novels I've read. And it is DEFINITELY one of the most fun.
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