Review #45: Carry On
Imagine a multi-volume fantasy series with mages, magic, dragons, pixies, spells, prophecies and a great evil. Now imagine that only the last book of this series exists. That’s what Carry On is. If that’s not all, it is also the author’s retelling of a fan-fiction written by a character in her previous novel, Fangirl
If all that sounds too complex, here’s what you should know: Carry On is about magic, a Chosen One who’s completely useless, a gay vampire, and an unknown evil force hell bent on ripping a hole in the fabric of magic. Since our hero is supremely incapable of saving the world, will his friends rise to the occasion? Perhaps even his nemesis, who’s supposed to kill him but is actually in love with him?