Techromancy Scrolls: Colossus Book Review from @kleffnotes

The final book in the Techromancy Scrolls series is out and as someone who has loved this series, I am sad to see it end. I though know there is still hope, there is more to come after this series, but I will hold it in and save all my emotions for the detailed portion of the Techromancy Scrolls: Colossus review.

For those who haven’t read this series, the setting is three thousand years after an extinction level event changed Earth and resulting in the building of a new society that blends magic and technology. Sparo has continued to grow as one of the newest realms after the events in New Cali. Laney has embraced her new role as Great Mother and is becoming settled with balancing that with her role as co-ruler of Sparo. Her place in the world is something she is growing with as she also continues to grow her powers. After much time they have found where the ancient writings of the Great Wizards of the Before Times are and they wish to add them to the knowledge of Sparo. Laney leads an epic search to the land of D.C. to find the mysterious Library of Congress so that they can build a new path forward with the knowledge of the times before.

I love Laney and I always love her in everyone of of these books. She is just such a fun character and her personality just makes everything she does so wonderful. I have loved this series from the very beginning and the blend of real world elements in this fantasy story takes it to a new level for me. By adding in the D.C. element and really tying what at the start of the series felt like a high fantasy work and connecting it with the world we know now it really showcased something I love. I really enjoy the take on what would happen if the world changed. While yes, there had been elements of this before in the series this one really brought it home for me. You can get your copy of Techromancy Scrolls: Colossus today.

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