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Erebus promised that he would let Finch go but he never said that he would let him go free, now the servant to the god of Darkness finds himself among the mapmakers. They are not just ordinary mapmakers of geographical patterns; they draw maps of places that exist only in legends. Art of such power is not easy to learn but a clever person like Finch can do anything, and failure is not an option for this fellow ever.
Mapmaking is not the only thing the monastery teaches there are subjects of low rank like pottery that is taught to the students who fail to get skilled in the main art. Once a student is thrown into the weak arts then his career is almost over and will never attain the knowledge that he desires.
Finch moves forward and the only rule is to trust no one, every being in the monastery is a power hungry freak that wants to surpass all in the art of mapmaking. Over the years during his serving of the god of Darkness he has one powerful ally on which he can trust and that is Kenzie.
She is the right one if one is looking to get messages without being traced or caught. Kenzie too has something that Erebus lurks for and she knows the god very much. The only thing that she does not know is the name of the man who destroyed her mother’s life and in consequence her life too.
Bella Forrest takes one step ahead of Finch Merlin and the Fount of Youth and this long series is still in sequence which is amazing. None of the parts break from the main line and the god of Darkness is getting closer to his desires and Finch might not have anything left at the end to depend on. Amanda Ronconi is not a new name in the narrator’s section but she too has been improvising according to the story development which is truly appreciable.