#DeathKnell #NetGalley

Title: Death Knell
Author: Hailey Edwards
Publisher: Platkus
Genre: Scifi/fantasy

Publish Day: Dec 4, 2018
Rating: πŸ₯„πŸ₯„πŸ₯„πŸ₯„


Description:


This is the third book in the Foundling Series with another on the way.

After her two worlds clashed apocalyptically, Luce Boudreau needed some time out. But Destiny had other ideas. When bodies begin washing ashore down the Mississippi River, Luce discovers they are part of a gruesome, lethal message. Her final sister, Death, is trying to break through.

Every sign is clear: the end is coming, but earth will be destroyed – quite literally – over Luce’s dead body, even if that means she’ll be battling her own nature. And her coterie will stand with her, though Cole keeps standing one step too goddamn far away. Her mysterious new partner, Adam Wu, on the other hand, seems determined to keep her close at all times. And the more Luce learns about the new world she’s part of, the deeper the secrets go. Who – if anyone – can she really trust?

As the final pieces of an ancient war come together, Luce’s chance to fight back comes sooner than she expected. Death can come at her . . . she’s eager to return the favour.

My Review:


I enjoyed the continuation of this story. It keeps growing and hasn’t felt  stale or that it is going to fall off story-wise. For me, the way it is written it felt as if I was re-entering a TV show or someone’s actual life.

In this one it expands away from her hometown and her human life (which are spoilery so I won’t add here). There is a tug at a love triangle but it isn’t annoying and a rival that is interesting and not  — for me anyway– reasons to roll my eyes so hard that I end up throwing down the book.

Downloaded through Netgalley free in exchange for a free review.

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