”It would be such a great movie!”
- Josefine, reader
”A queen of Fantasy is born.”
- Caroline Grimwalker, editor
Blood. Victims. Dangerous love. And a demonic portal that threatens the whole world.
Iszaelda is poisoned and a danger to everyone in her vicinity. Alone, she sets out to find the important Flower of Life, but Akares follows in her track to win back her love. Meanwhile, darkness and demons are approaching. The portal must be closed - now.
In Iszaelda's absence, Naeva assumes the leadership and does everything possible to gather allies for the upcoming invasion, but how can she make the cities realize the danger? They are too few, and the enemies too many. Keelan sets out to lift Nyx's curse and Nyx just wants to find Iszaelda. Everything is a tangle, the group is shattered and the threat creeps closer and closer. The emotions are on fire, swords strike. And love burns in the heart.
Will Iszaelda return in time? What does Keelan find in the depths of the forest? Can Nyx' curse be lifted? Who makes a huge sacrifice? And who will be able to whisper with the dead?
In the concluding part of the Elvenblood trilogy, everything is at stake.
”I bow to you, oh Queen of Swedish Fantasy!”
- Michèle Glatthard, author
”Without a doubt, this is the best book I've read in the genre.”
- Books and Pastry
”Wow, what an ending of the trilogy!”
- Books of Aijo
”Furthermore, the last 100 pages were absolutely incredible and I just wanted to know what would happen!”
”I firmly believe that from now on I can call Lovisa Wistrand one of my favorite authors!”
- Jen Love Books
”Loved it, absolutely loved it, the best series I've read so far this year.”
- Becka Didriksson
”Even in this book, she writes fantastic!”
- Mitt liv med böcker
”A well written book and a good ending to a series.”
- Cecilia Larsson Kostenius, author
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// Title: The Death Whisperer
// Series: The Elvenblood trilogy, part 3
// Author: Lovisa Wistrand
// Cover illustration: Laslo Ludrovic
// Graphic production: Whip Media
// Pages: 480
// Cover: Hardcover
// Format: 146×210 mm
// ISBN: 978-91-88945-53-2