This year Darcy and her family have moved to Tennessee following the loss of her dad's business and when it comes time to go back to summer camp her parents don't want her to go. She manages to get there just in time to get through the Gateway but her friends had given up on her arrival so she goes in alone and somehow suffers a bout of amnesia surrounding her entry into Alithea. As time goes by she has flashes of memory as she and the gang continue their battle with Tselloch and his evil plans for gaining control of all three worlds.
I don't want to give away any spoilers here, but I just can't recommend this YA series highly enough. This book is the perfect ending to a perfect book series.
You can find my review of earlier books in this series here, here, here, and here. :)
If you liked the Harry Potter series you will love The Gateway Chronicles series. Give it a chance.
Darcy burned with the pain of knowing she’d failed. What happened when a prophecy didn’t come true? It must not have been much of a prophecy in the first place. And if they couldn’t trust in that, then they couldn’t trust in anything at all.
Five years ago, Darcy first received the prophecy of the Six, which stated she and her friends would save the land of Alitheia from a shadowy foe. For five years, she hasn’t known what the end will look like, but she certainly didn’t expect this.
Thrust back into Alitheia through unexpected means, Darcy winds up alone, scared, and without her recent memory. As she struggles to regain her lost memories and reunite with the ones she loves, she pieces together the prophecies and the oracles to find they all converge into one story—a story that tells her just how much she’ll have to give to save both worlds, and everyone she loves.