Gill is a excellent writer who sweeps you along into her world, and Wales is her world. Her descriptive prose of the misty valleys of her homeland is amazing and has poetry in its imagery; she describes it like a spell-bound lover.
As usual, it’s the strong characters of Dragonetz and Estela who shine in the novel but even the personalities of the minor characters leap off the page with wiliness and humour.
I'm sad to say 'goodbye', but ‘Song Hereafter’ is an excellent conclusion to a great series. It can easily stand-alone for new readers.