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In fact, I really liked the horrid, magical, and intense war between demons and the magical world of mythical creatures. I know that sounds pretty awful (well, the war is awful ) but it intrigues me a lot! That part is the major conflict or climax of the book. The characters are all angry at the demons for all of the horrid, dreadful damage they have done. Part of the reason I like this book is because whatever the character is feeling at the time, I feel that as well! So when a character dies, I feel really sad and scared, like I am the character whose perspective is in play.
The whole book is on a journey, the journey that they didn’t have to take, so I pull this moral from the book: take dangerous risks, even if chances of success are small. If the risk doesn’t end the way you want it to, then go on with the life you live with. Although, if it ends up the way you want it to, then go celebrate with victory. On the other hand, this book is a great conclusion to the whole Fablehaven series. The conclusion starts right after the frightful battle. It is a really nice ending because the whole entire series’ problem comes to conclude and people start to find out the truths. Fantasy lovers will be intrigued to the action, mystery solvers will wonder which betrayal will be next, and the whole world of readers won’t stop reading until the job is done.