Having destroyed six of the seven demons she released half century ago, Indigo embarks on her final mission, which is complicated when she loses her memory. Original.
In my opinion the conclusion is the point where an author shows the mastery of their craft. There are so many stories that have captivated me only to fall flat at the end with an ending that didn't do justivce to the quality of the series.
If you love fantasy, read the Indigo Saga. It not only has the magical, but it alsohas the human elements as well. Her series stays focused from the beginning to the end, and you as the reader are swept along with it. And what a climax, what an ending. When I read the cover, and it said "The Stunning Conclusion of The Indigo Saga" I was sceptical, for once they were right. All of Louise Cooper's work comes highly recommended, and worth the effort to find.
Upon arrival at her native land, there is a nasty shipwreck which separates Indigo and her wolf-companion, Grimya, and leaves Indigo with a loss of memory. The plot revolves around Indigo's struggle to regain her memory while struggling to understand her connection to Carn Caille and the current ruling family, who become central characters in the book. It also revolves around Grimya and her struggle to find Indigo and help to restore her memory, as well as fight the evil at hand.
When I finished this book I wondered if the ending, as well as the different direction the series seemed to take after book 5 (Troika) was reflective of a change in the attitude of the author herself.
Personally, I thought this to be a refreshing ending, as a 'fairytale happy' ending would have been too predictable and ordinary. Not my favorite book in the series, but nevertheless I couldn't put it down the first time I read it.