Braidy Von Althuis and the Final Fight (Book 5) by Cassidy Dwelis {YA Book Review}

We finished the final book in the Braidy Von Althuis series, but hope there are more in the future! Read our review of the final book below!

Disclosure: I received this book to review through iRead Book Tours, I have volunteered to share my review and all the opinions are 100% my own.

Braidy Von Althuis and the Final Fight (Book 5) by Cassidy Dwelis {YA Book Review}“Your husband willingly signed over his life to Azra. Boris owes Azra his life and services. There’s nothing more to it than that.”

Braidy von Althuis is going to get his father back, no matter the consequences.

Mr. von Althuis has been abducted by Azra, Queen of Djinn, and the family is in shambles. Half of the von Althuises no longer have their magick, and an army of djinn awaits them at Azra’s gates. Somehow, despite all of the odds, Mrs. von Althuis, Uncle Rolo, Aunt Liz, Blockhead, and Braidy have to band together to retrieve Braidy’s father from the clutches of certain doom.

Even though they hate each other, Braidy is determined to pull the fae and djinn together to fight against Azra’s tyranny. He will have to work with old friends, and old enemies, to finally end the war between djinn and fae that has come to a nasty head.

Will Braidy be able to unite an army at his back and save his father, or will Mr. von Althuis belong to Azra forever?

Braidy von Althuis and the Final Fight is a story about working past differences, justice, and morality. This book is suitable for children aged 8 – 11.

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This was such a great read to wrap up all that had occurred in the previous books!

I was initially informed that the books could be read alone without missing anything, but I have to disagree. While I did not read book 1, I did read book 2. After book 2, I tried reading book 5, and after falling in love with the characters; I couldn’t read book 5 without going back and reading books 3 and 4. (I guess if you don’t connect with the characters as much as I did, you could potentially read them as stand a alone book, but I doubt you don’t care for them!)

All of the books read in time as a chronological story. There weren’t long periods of wait between each book so they flowed together perfectly.

While I felt that this story wrapped everything up really well, I have high hopes for more stories to come. Braidy is just a young boy with a whole life ahead of him. This can’t be the end! Surely he, Kara, his father, mother, cousin, aunt and uncle can still get mixed up in something in the future, right!?

I thoroughly enjoyed this entire series and am still trying to get my tween to read it. My 7 year old (soon to be 8 year old) really wants to read them so maybe she will read them before her brother!

This is a great series for young and old alike!

About the Author
Author Cassidy DwelisI’m Cassidy, and I love storytelling! I’m incredibly passionate about writing, art, and anything that allows me to create my own worlds. My goal is to write dreamy fiction for all ages that is unique, inspiring, and imaginative. I want my books to instill wonderment in the reader. I like to write about themes that include coming of age, magic realism, identity, relationships, and bullying. My books are intended for readers ages eight to twenty-five, and are meant to connect the world of the fantastical to everyday life. I currently live in Colorado and just got my MA in Publishing!

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More reviews of the Braidy Von Althuis series:

Braidy Von Althuis and the Gullible Ghost Hunter (Book 2) by Cassidy Dwelis {YA Book Review}
Braidy Von Althuis and the Dastardly Djinn (Book 3)
Braidy Von Althuis and the Changeling Children (Book 4)


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