The Third Kingdom - R.J. Scott
~ Review by JosieGoodreads

The Third Kingdom by RJ Scott is the sixth and final part of her epic fantasy series The Supernatural Bounty Hunters. This is a series that must be read in order as RJ has weaved one story spread over six books.

As we pick up the story following book five, The Incubus Agenda, dark and ancient forces are aligning themselves for the final confrontation. Joseph, the leader of the Underground Resistance, is still hoping that Glitnir can be taken in a peaceful bloodless coup, but Reuben, eternal keeper of the Vampire Book of Days thinks only war with Glitnir can stop Councillor Ludvik’s desire for power and domination. Reuben’s long dead lover Methulan, murdered and cursed to a life alone, unable to die while Reuben lives, is trapped at Arberfan the ancient battlefield where the Vampire Book of Days was created. As Asher desperately tries to form an alliance between the races of The Second Kingdom Reuben, Nick and Brody travel to Arberfan to seek out Methulan, Reuben truly cannot believe that Methulan lives and won’t accept it until he sees him with his own eyes. As secrets come tumbling out lines are being drawn and together Methulan Reuben and the rest of The Second Kingdom stand to face Ludvik for the final time, bringing the centuries old conflict between the races full circle.

In The Third Kingdom RJ Scott gave herself quite a job. Somehow she had to pull all the threads together; she had to explain the story that leads from Reuben and Methulan a thousand years before, all the way to the vampire twins Joseph and Micah. She had to bring about Ludvik’s downfall and the emergence of The Third Kingdom in a way that readers could follow. She also had to find a way to give all the characters, all the different pairings we’ve grown to love, some new and some old, a happy ending, and this she did magnificently. All finished off nicely with an epilogue...

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