The End of Magic

The End of Magic

by Amber Benson


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In the third in the “spellbinding” (Seanan McGuire) series from the author of the Calliope Reaper-Jones novels, magic has been loosed upon the world—and the consequences could destroy all of humanity, magical and non-magical alike...

Lyse MacAllister used to be like everyone else—blissfully ignorant of magic, of the dire battles being fought in shadows and secrecy. But that was before her great-aunt Eleanora died, leaving her in control of the Echo Park coven; before she found herself in the middle of the witches’ clash with the anti-magic zealots known as The Flood; before her blood sisters lost their faith in her.
As The Flood begins turning humans across the globe against the witches, Lyse must find a way to regain the trust of her former magical family and once again unify them. Because the final battle between good and evil is looming—and if the witches don’t stand together, all of humankind could be lost...

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780425268698
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 05/16/2017
Series: Echo Park Coven Novel Series , #3
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 291,398
Product dimensions: 5.10(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

AMBER BENSON is the author of the Echo Park Coven Novels, including The Last Dream Keeper and The Witches of Echo Park, and the Calliope Reaper-Jones Novels, including The Golden Age of Death and How To Be Death. She cocreated, cowrote, and directed the animated supernatural Web series Ghosts of Albion with Christopher Golden, which they followed with a series of novels, including Witchery and Accursed, and the novella Astray. Benson and Golden also coauthored the novella The Seven Whistlers. As an actress, she has appeared in dozens of roles in feature films, TV movies, and television series, including the fan-favorite role of Tara Maclay on three seasons of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Benson wrote, produced, and directed the feature films Chance and Lovers, Liars and Lunatics.

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The End of Magic 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Barb-TRC More than 1 year ago
The End of Magic by Amber Benson is the 3rd and final book in her Witches of Echo Park series. The Witches of Echo Park series is urban fantasy revolving around witches and an evil group trying to destroy all witches and magic. In the last book, Lizbeth, the last dream keeper was able to restore magic, but the end result is The Flood, an evil group that has successfully turned humans against the witches. The End of Magic picks up soon after the last book, with Lyse, who is now the leader of the Echo Park Coven. Many of the members are hurt, missing, in the dreamlands; with the police and The Flood collecting and killing witches all over the world, Lyse must find a way to get her coven together and stop The Flood. As I had noted in the previous book, this series shows the POV of the various members of the coven. Lyse is the leader, who has various powers, since she has the ability to harness other peoples powers at touch. Arrabelle (Bell), Devandra (Dev), Daniela (empath) and Lizbeth also have their POV’s during the story line. Eleanora makes an appearance helping them in the dreamlands. With all the witches separated, Lyse will use her new found powers to move the group to various places to bring all of them together again to fight and stop the evil Flood. What follows is an exciting, at times dark adventure that puts them all in danger, especially in the last 1/3 of the book. Despite mistakes they have all made along the way, their closeness will keep them together determined to stop evil at all costs. At the last stand, Lyse is sent back in time to find a way to stop The Flood before it all began. Switching to various times, Lyse sees no changes and upon returning to the present, she sees a horrifying sight. Will she be able to go back again to find the right time frame in the past to stop the evil? Rather than give spoilers, the ending was very exciting, but I would have liked more about what truly happens to our coven, not having to use our imagination. I enjoyed The End of Magic and if you like Urban Fantasy, with witches and magic, I suggest to read the first book in this series.