The Immortals: The Realms of the Gods
In the end if the series, romance is starting to bloom, the characters have developed immensely, and the real truth behind Daine's past becomes clear.
I liked how this book was set in the Divine Realms, but it wasn't like how I thought it was. It was terribly confusing, and I didn't understand it all that well.
During a dire battle against the fearsome Skinners, Daine and her mage teacher Numair are swept into the Divine Realms. Though happy to be alive, they are not where they want to be. They are desperately needed back home, where their old enemy, Ozorne, and his army of strange creatures are waging war against Tortall.
Trapped in the mystical realms Daine discovers her mysterious parentage. And as these secrets of her past are revealed so is the treacherous way back to Tortall. So they embark on an extraordinary journey home, where the fate of all Tortall rests with Daine and her wild magic.
Though, if you loved the books before this, then I think that you will enjoy this very much.
#4 in the Immortals series, here we see Daine and her teacher Numair, for most of the book, in the Divine Realms. Even there they are pursued by their enemy, Ozorne. They call the attention of their friends in the realm of the gods to the Chaos. To get back, they travel through the realms of the gods, and have adventures there. And Daine learns what Numair is to her. And, at the ned of the book, she chooses how to continue her life. Excellent book, highly recommended.