Tirne has an important and unusual job: escorting Autumn into the human realm. Without her, there would be no fall. This has become an annual routine and nothing ever changes, until this year. When she and Autumn pass through the Mirror, the unthinkable happens: it shatters. Now she and Autumn are trapped on the other side with no way to return unless the Mirror is restored. The repercussions are ones that neither would have imagined as old headaches return and a god faces mortality while an endless fall descends the human world into chaos.
The writing is stunning with captivating descriptions that pull you into this world that Avery has created. A mythological element brings this world to life and crafts it into something original. From the first page, you’re drawn into Tirne’s journey and this breathtaking world. As her routine is shaken, she finds herself unexpectedly connecting to Autumn and questioning what’s around her which creates suspense and adventure. The friendship she has with Jaed adds a sweet charm to the story that feels like a warm, comforting embrace.
The Longest Autumn is a stunning tale that draws you into something new and refreshing, with a world that has been crafted with intricate detail that blends magic, power, discovery, mystery, and forbidden romance.