The Gypsy Morph wraps up the Genesis of Shannara trilogy quite nicely. As Hawk realizes his powers and accepts what he is and what he need to do, all the moving pieces of the book seem to be drawing together. When the various groups merge there are some missing, some unexpected additions, and a long road ahead of them.
This book was all about journies - physical and emotional. So many strings come together in one giant knot and Terry Brooks manages to unravel and lay them out before you in nice even rows. Logan Tom gets to face off with "his" demon, and I see the bloodlines that appear in so many of books finding their beginnings.
I once again loved seeing how the land of Shannara was created, and while I hated losing some characters, their loss made the saving of so many others mean that much more. As the last pages unfolded, I found myself excited to see the end/beginning and sad to watch it all go and leave it behind. And the end was quite spectacular.
On the downside, there were quite a few little errors in punctuation and a lot in capitalization.