Will Wight has released the third book of The Traveler’s Gate Trilogy, City of Light, released by Hidden Gnome Publishing. Hidden Gnome Publishing is a single-author imprint.
Simon has spent the last six months hunting Incarnations, and has begun to realize that his power alone won’t be enough to stop a true enemy.
Leah is queen over a nation of refugees, driven from their homes by the fury of Territories gone mad.
Alin rules his city with an iron fist, imposing the virtues of Elysia on an imperfect population.
Now, the three must stand united as the balance of the world shifts once more. A greater threat looms, and it has made its presence known…
The Incarnations are missing.
City of Light was released on April 9, 2014 and is 420 pages long. The kindle format is available for $2.99.
The Lady Scribe’s Notes: This is my first time reading any of Will Wight’s work, and I found the sample for book three to be engaging enough I’m wishlisting the first book of the series to pursue later. It’s a very popular read on Amazon, ranked extremely well. I did find that this book does have some editorial issues, particularly in the formatting department. It wasn’t enough to turn me off of the book completely, but it did catch my attention as I was reading the sample.
The writing is strong enough to make up for the little foopahs I found, though.
Books in the Traveler’s Trilogy: