This was a satisfying end to the Sirantha Jax series. I did, initially, have a harder time getting into it. It was easy to put down and pick back up. Endgame didn't have the faster pace of some if the previous books. This one takes place over several years. But once it got going, it was hard to put down.
Some things didn't change. Jax still makes herself a martyr over things she either had no control over or just plain didn't do (like the slavery of the La’heng). I still wanted to slap her for that.
She and March are perfect for each other, but both are very imperfect in how they relate and communicate with each other. I liked the distinction of the different types of love one can have (Jax and March, Jax and Vel). Everyone had flaws, no one is perfect, and mistakes are made. I think that's one of the strengths of this series. (No magic unicorn here!)
Easily the darkest of the series.