In this final volume of Rawn’s acclaimed series Glass Thorns, the boys are at the top of their theatrical game. Their only real competition for the hearts and gold of the public are the Shadowshapers. Nevertheless, the past years of financial struggle, since their manager proved to have been embezzling, have taken a toll on the group’s creativity.
A shocking event brings all that to an end and brings Touchstone back together to create a play that will rattle the ceilings and shatter all the glass in palaces and theaters alike. An ancient conflict will come to a violent conclusion on stage, and all the gods will be watching.
I haven’t read anything in this series, but I have read two trilogies, Dragon Prince and Dragon Star, that I really enjoyed. Over the years I’ve been toying with the idea reading more by the author but I haven’t gotten around to it.