The Last Hope (The Raging Ones, #2)
The final book in The Raging Ones duology by New York Times Bestselling Authors Krista & Becca Ritchie.

The Last Hope (The Raging Ones, #2) Details

TitleThe Last Hope (The Raging Ones, #2)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseAug 13th, 2019
PublisherWednesday Books
ISBN-139781250128737
Rating
GenreYoung Adult, Fantasy, Science Fiction

The Last Hope (The Raging Ones, #2) Review

  • megs_bookrack
    January 1, 1970
    I GOT IT! I GOT IT!! I GOT IT!!!!Thank you, Wednesday Books!!! I will also be participating in the Blog Tour for this release. Stay tuned for date and more details.If you haven't read The Raging Ones yet and you like scifi, I definitely recommend you pick it up before this one releases.Me to the cover of this book:
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  • Corina☞BookTwinsReviews
    January 1, 1970
    3.5 starsreview to come
  • Becca Ritchie
    January 1, 1970
    August 13th, 2019 is the conclusion to this sci-fi/fantasy romance duology.Court, Mykal, and Franny return! Two boys who have fallen deeply in love with each other, bound together with a girl they would kill for -- and in THE LAST HOPE, a new mysterious boy shows interest in Franny and shakes up the trio's dynamic!We've LOVED every moment writing these characters and this world, and we can't wait for all of you to read how the big twist in THE RAGING ONES comes together in THE LAST HOPE ... and August 13th, 2019 is the conclusion to this sci-fi/fantasy romance duology.Court, Mykal, and Franny return! Two boys who have fallen deeply in love with each other, bound together with a girl they would kill for -- and in THE LAST HOPE, a new mysterious boy shows interest in Franny and shakes up the trio's dynamic!We've LOVED every moment writing these characters and this world, and we can't wait for all of you to read how the big twist in THE RAGING ONES comes together in THE LAST HOPE ... and how it all ends. Thanks to everyone for taking a huge chance on us and these books *hugs all around*
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  • Ashlee » Library In The Country
    January 1, 1970
    Yes yes yes! This was everything I yearned for and more. The perfect way to close Court, Mykal and Franny’s story. I love this just as much as The Raging Ones, perhaps even more. What a fantastic and unique story.Full RTC.
  • Vicky Who Reads
    January 1, 1970
    a few things:1) WHEN DID THIS COVER COME OUT????2) WHY DID NOBODY TELL ME ABOUT THIS???3) HOW DO I GET MY HANDS ON THIS BEFORE AUGUST 2019???i'm dying. help me. THAT CLIFFHANGER IN BOOK 1 askdjfljk
  • Lily ☁️
    January 1, 1970
    ➳ 3 1/2 starsMy heart is still beating up a storm in my chest, and I can’t believe it’s time to say goodbye to these characters already. I had such a great time reading this??*When you’ve been on a hiatus, finally get around to checking your inboxes—and the publisher sent you an ARC of a sequel you never even requested, but really wanted to read. :’)Blog | Twitter | Instagram | Tumblr | Bloglovin’
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  • Sarah Bonamino
    January 1, 1970
    A wonderful ending to Court, Mykal, and Franny's story! Fans of The Raging Ones will not be disappointed.
  • Lanie
    January 1, 1970
    ARC provided by the Publisher through Netgalleyso good! review to come
  • Atlas
    January 1, 1970
    We are together. We are one, and we are two and then three, and finally, we have found real, everlasting peace* * *3 / 5I really loved The Raging Ones: I thought it was so creative, with a setting on a frozen world with a lilac sky where everyone knows the date that they will die, and a trio of soulbonded characters where the two men are in love. I knew it was going to be a hard act to follow and The Last Hope was a good book, but it was a little "far out"."You know, you carry yourself like you We are together. We are one, and we are two and then three, and finally, we have found real, everlasting peace* * *3 / 5I really loved The Raging Ones: I thought it was so creative, with a setting on a frozen world with a lilac sky where everyone knows the date that they will die, and a trio of soulbonded characters where the two men are in love. I knew it was going to be a hard act to follow and The Last Hope was a good book, but it was a little "far out"."You know, you carry yourself like you have a thousand secrets"The book picks up where it left off: Franny, Court, and Mykal in the brig of a starship, accused on being Human rather than Saltarian as they have always believed. The empire of Saltare spans a number of planets and our trio grew up on the smallest and most provincial of the four, never subjected to a DNA scanner. Saltare and Earth have been at war for years and Earth is losing because Saltarians can only die on their deathday. Kind of hard to fight an enemy that you can't kill.The trio are rescued by a new character to the show - Stork - who gets his own point of view chapters, they join up with the Earthen fleet and end up on some hair-brained goose chase involving a prophesied magical baby. The plot is, to be honest, kind of whack. The high point of this book is definitely the characters: Court, Mykal, and Franny are still distinct, realistic, gritty, lovable characters. And then Stork gets added to the mix, tough, devoted, loving Stork who knows what it is to grow up somewhere you don't truly belong.It's better to be cautious. To be alert. To be maddeningly strict and survive than to be starry-eyed in love and perishThis book is fantastically written - all the characters have their unique signature, so I always knew exactly whose chapter I was reading without having to check. Mykal is rough and gruff with slang, Court is precise and in pain, Franny is full of emotion and filled with a sense of urgency, and Stork is reflective and drunk at least 50% of the time. I also thought that this series worked really well as a duology.I seriously recommend that people give this series a shot - it's creative, full of life and ideas and fantastic characters.My thanks to Netgalley, the publisher, and the authors for an ARC of The Last Hope. Read this review and more on my blog: https://atlasrisingbooks.wordpress.co...
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  • Betül
    January 1, 1970
    **ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review**The Last Hope is the conclusion to The Raging Ones Duet. I was happy to be reunited with the great set of characters. The blurb summarizes this book perfectly so I will not really go into that. Krista and Becca did a great job with this duet. It was original, mysterious, suspenseful, emotional, funny and romantic. It did take me longer to finish this book, I didn't get the urge to binge-read it in one or two sittings. There were a cou **ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review**The Last Hope is the conclusion to The Raging Ones Duet. I was happy to be reunited with the great set of characters. The blurb summarizes this book perfectly so I will not really go into that. Krista and Becca did a great job with this duet. It was original, mysterious, suspenseful, emotional, funny and romantic. It did take me longer to finish this book, I didn't get the urge to binge-read it in one or two sittings. There were a couple of times, especially in the beginning of the book, that I thought the story was moving too fast. I had no idea how everything could be resolved in one book. However, the authors surprised me and did a pretty good job in telling a complete story. Franny, Court, and Mykal are such amazing main characters and I enjoyed reading their POVs. All the side characters were very important as well, and I loved how all the relationships developed even further. We learn so much new in this book and a couple of those revelations really surprised me, and added another layer to the story. I think the authors did a great job in adding the twist to the story. I loved that everything was so easy to understand, and not confusing (which is sometimes the case with fantasy/scifi books). I really enjoyed this duet and am very sad to say goodbye to all the characters. I really hope Krista and Becca will decide to write more books in this genre, because they are pretty good at it.
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  • susana ✷
    January 1, 1970
    What an amazing duology. I don't know if I liked this book better than The Raging Ones, but both were equally amazing. Totally loved everything about it.
  • Jenn
    January 1, 1970
    Wow. All the revelations. I just hate when I love a book so much because I never want it to end. This was one rollercoaster ride of emotions! I'll post my complete review closer to the release date. Krista and Becca Ritchie fans, you are going to enjoy this one!!!ARC provided by the Publisher through Netgalley.-------My Review of The Raging Ones
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  • Olivia Farr
    January 1, 1970
    THE LAST HOPE is a thrilling conclusion to the THE RAGING ONES duology. As we know from the first book, Franny, Court, and Mykal found each other on their death days, when they became inexplicably linked. Able to detect each other’s emotions, touch, and taste, the ability sometimes feels like a blessing and other times like a curse. They live on Saltare-3, a cold planet where technology has advanced so much that a special reader can tell you the exact date you will die. It is inescapable, and yo THE LAST HOPE is a thrilling conclusion to the THE RAGING ONES duology. As we know from the first book, Franny, Court, and Mykal found each other on their death days, when they became inexplicably linked. Able to detect each other’s emotions, touch, and taste, the ability sometimes feels like a blessing and other times like a curse. They live on Saltare-3, a cold planet where technology has advanced so much that a special reader can tell you the exact date you will die. It is inescapable, and you cannot defeat it through endangering your life earlier- things which should kill you may only maim you. You will only die on your death day. However, Franny, Court, and Mykal somehow escaped their death day, living through it. Each had a different place in their society, filling the roles allowed to them by chance and their death date. For instance, Franny was a fast-tracker, someone who would die before 29, and so does not receive education, takes labor jobs earlier, and generally lives for pleasure until their death date.The three ended the previous book with stealing a spaceship after forging different death dates, along with some of their classmates, and arriving in space to learn that they are actually human, and the others are Saltarian. This book begins where the last left off, with the three locked up in the brig and wondering what that revelation even means. Soon, they are rescued and then sent on a mission to find a newborn. We get many of the answers to the questions that arose at the end of the first book, as well as more exploration of what the universe looks like in this future.What I loved: The pacing in this book was better than the first, and I was completely captivated the whole way through. The world-building is also enhanced as we learn more about Earth and the Saltare planets in this book. The sci-fi is a lot stronger. The romance is also stronger. The couples that arise were amazing, and I was cheering for them the whole way through. I loved the main characters still, and the new characters added were equally as endearing. I really admire how different the main characters are and how well they come off the page.What left me wanting more: As a relatively minor point, the sci-fi explanations were not quite so scientifically accurate, and there seemed to be a supernatural element to these, as well as a little belief needed to accept them. The ending also felt a little rushed with a lot coming together and happening quickly without full explanations. I would have liked a more extended ending to fully capture the end and how everything comes together. Adding to this, I would have liked one more chapter in the epilogue from another point-of-view to also add to the what will happen vibe (I won’t say who to avoid spoilers).Final verdict: THE LAST HOPE is a fantastic end to a wonderful duology, and I highly recommend for fans of sci-fi, such as DEFY THE STARS and ACROSS THE UNIVERSE. Despite minor concerns, this is a strong continuation of a really engaging and intriguing YA sci-fi/fantasy duology.Please note that I received an ARC from the publisher through netgalley. All opinions are my own.
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  • Novel Grounds
    January 1, 1970
    I lived the twists in this book guys! I devoured the first book in The Raging Ones and was STOKED to get a copy of The Last Hope. I loved the dynastic of Mykal, Court and Franny and the twists in this? Perfection. This was the prefect way to wrap up this duet. Literally I couldn't' be more happy.I can't even write anything but to tell you hat this is everything you want and I refuse to spin anything. GO READ IT.
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  • Sofie
    January 1, 1970
    4.5/5 stars Thank you Edelweiss for providing me this ARC!!I want to keep this spoiler free and just say: I love my space children so much I would die for them.
  • Jessica
    January 1, 1970
    ‘The Last Hope’ is the conclusion to Franny, Court, and Mykal’s story, started in ‘The Raging Ones.’ A proper, full review would include spoiling plot points, so if you generally trust and agree with my taste in books, please run – don’t walk – towards this duology and enjoy! ‘The Last Hope’ releases on August 13, 2019#TheRagingOnes #NetGalleyI voluntarily read a Review Copy of this book. All opinions stated are solely my own and no one else’s. Read more reviews! http://dreamerjbookreviews.blogs ‘The Last Hope’ is the conclusion to Franny, Court, and Mykal’s story, started in ‘The Raging Ones.’ A proper, full review would include spoiling plot points, so if you generally trust and agree with my taste in books, please run – don’t walk – towards this duology and enjoy! ‘The Last Hope’ releases on August 13, 2019#TheRagingOnes #NetGalleyI voluntarily read a Review Copy of this book. All opinions stated are solely my own and no one else’s. Read more reviews! http://dreamerjbookreviews.blogspot.com
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  • Sara G
    January 1, 1970
    3.5 out of 5 stars***ARC received from Wednesday Books and NetGalley in exchange for honest review, opinions are all my own. Thank you!***The previous book left off on a great cliffhanger, Mykal, Franny and Court were trapped the truth out there. Maybe it was a mistake to read the two back to back, I came in with some high expectations but this one just didn't fully deliver.The Good- Characters again are really good. The majority of this book is told from Franny's POV, it still has chapters from 3.5 out of 5 stars***ARC received from Wednesday Books and NetGalley in exchange for honest review, opinions are all my own. Thank you!***The previous book left off on a great cliffhanger, Mykal, Franny and Court were trapped the truth out there. Maybe it was a mistake to read the two back to back, I came in with some high expectations but this one just didn't fully deliver.The Good- Characters again are really good. The majority of this book is told from Franny's POV, it still has chapters from Court and Mykal's POV but Franny is definitely the main lead in my opinion. She's really the strong driver of the story, so much that you could almost cut out a majority of Court and Mykals chapters and not lose much, I'll address that later. Franny is still struggling to find answers to who she is, how as a human she ended up on the Saltare planets. She feels like the most fleshed out of the characters, her fears, love, anger and want to trust people. There is a new character introduced, named Stork and I really liked him. He felt like Franny to me, complex wanting to be honest but still wanting to honor the trust put into him. (view spoiler)[The rest of the Saga crew is back and they help keep the story moving. (hide spoiler)]- Relationships/Romance. (view spoiler)[So, my dreams of an threesome didn't come true (dreams crushed...) (hide spoiler)] but what we were given is just as good. The relationship between Stork and Franny is the slowest of the slow burns and the payoff isn't much but its beautiful. Its a really stark contrast between the relationship between Court and Mykal which I equate to the authors having wrote "THEIR IN LOVE" on a bat and then proceed to beat the readers over the head with it, just in case they forget. I get it, I do, they love each other it just felt much better handled in the previous book. Which again, I'll address below.- Finding a place you belong with people that aren't like you was a big theme in the first book. Court, Franny and Mykal all struggled finding their place in Stardust, knowing that not only are they linked but that they can be injured and die. Its expended in this book and handled in a really nice way. The authors do a great job of creating characters that feel real with expected emotions and struggles, a nice culture clash.The Not So Good- It kills me to say this because I loved him so much in the previous book but Mykal just didn't work for me in this book. In the last book, when he struggled to fit into Stardust, admitting his own mistakes but learning from and not letting other change him was nice. Now he turned into a one note character, almost all his chapters are dedicated to him pining over Court. Mykal was careful in the last book, trying to protect his friends but here he runs his mouth about his relationship with Court even though he knows, or at least should know, that being guarded around strangers is the best way to protect people.- Pacing is off in this book. There is a big mission that should have taken up the majority of the book, it feels important its treated like its important but in the end its just crammed into the back of the book. There is no urgency. The Raging Ones has a subtle tension running through the second half of the book, the worry of being discovered that was lacking in this book. I think if they had spend more time doing the mission instead of random stuff around the ship that tension would have been there. (view spoiler)[The end introduces this really weird supernatural element, even the link between the three is explained in a plausible way but the supernatural element came right out of left field and left me scratching my head wishing for a different outcome. It happened in the last book, some random plot twist introduced to force their way to the ending instead of letting it happen organically, even if it ended up being a not so happy ending. (hide spoiler)]Its not a bad book, it still has some really strong aspects to it the payoff just isn't there for what started as a strong sci-fi series.
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  • Jackie
    January 1, 1970
    This is the one series that has managed to cure my broken Sense8 heart and it’s sad to see it end. “The Last Hope” finds our group waiting for the end following the revelation that they’re actually from Earth and it doesn’t take long before they find themselves thrown into a world where death is unpredictable and the only way to save humanity is to find a child who can be the key to it all, but nothing comes easy and with new enemies and allies coming into the fold, Court, Franny and Mykal find This is the one series that has managed to cure my broken Sense8 heart and it’s sad to see it end. “The Last Hope” finds our group waiting for the end following the revelation that they’re actually from Earth and it doesn’t take long before they find themselves thrown into a world where death is unpredictable and the only way to save humanity is to find a child who can be the key to it all, but nothing comes easy and with new enemies and allies coming into the fold, Court, Franny and Mykal find themselves relying on each other more than ever before. I really do love the dynamic between these three and I think this book strengthened that love by showing us more of how the link works in both the happy and pain filled moments that carry this book through a bit of a muddied plot. The characters themselves benefit from adding on more side players to really show this greater dynamic between what has always been and what will be and I really enjoyed seeing it all come together. I was especially happy to meet Stork who fit in and stood out perfectly as we slowly learned his past and his motivations for the future and I can’t decide which of the three I enjoyed him interacting with more. The entire backstory as to why they were raised away from earth and how they ended up linked was so well done and that was one of the moments I was most worried about as it could have easily became corny but it really set the stage for what was to come which I rather enjoyed. The plot though, gets a little iffy around the last quarter but as I said above I was already too connected to the characters to really stop and ask questions that there probably aren’t real answers to which is fine for me but it might not work for everyone. I think it offers a happier kind of message in terms of what exactly hope is and how that can transfer to real life so that much I was fine with it was just the one thread I’m unsure actually gets resolved but I’m going to pretend it does just so I can sleep peacefully at night. I really like this series and as I mentioned earlier it already has a few “what’s going on? 🎶” moments to connect it to sense8 even further and for that I can’t dock it too many stars. **special thanks to the publishers and netgalley for providing an arc in exchange for a fair and honest review!!**
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  • Nia Dragin
    January 1, 1970
    Not sure what it is about this novel that makes this novel less exciting than it could be. The plot is interesting, of that there is no doubt. The story is interesting, the plot is interesting enough to keep the reader somewhat engaged, but there is something about the pace of the novel that makes the story dull and uninteresting. It is not even that the characters are uninteresting; they are, especially given the representation going on here. Court and Mykal are in a relationship, and it is bea Not sure what it is about this novel that makes this novel less exciting than it could be. The plot is interesting, of that there is no doubt. The story is interesting, the plot is interesting enough to keep the reader somewhat engaged, but there is something about the pace of the novel that makes the story dull and uninteresting. It is not even that the characters are uninteresting; they are, especially given the representation going on here. Court and Mykal are in a relationship, and it is beautiful to see their relationship grow and survive through all the struggles they face. To see the kind of love they have for one another is fantastic, and to see it flourish in this novel is one of the better highlights of this novel.The characters have come a long way from the previous novel, and not just the main characters but also the minor characters as well. They have all developed and grown, of that there is no doubt.However, the pace of the story is lacking. Moreover, it is not as if nothing is happening; things are happening; these characters have come to know some undeniable truths about their history that explains so much to them. However, the pacing, the dialogue, and narrative, something is lacking about it that makes the story seem so slow.The authors do a good job summarizing the passage of time, and they do an excellent job of making sure that the vital information is not just packed in at one moment, they make sure that the story has substance, but when it comes to the pacing, something is lacking. Some of the scenes, they do not flow as strongly as others; they linger too much on internal narrative and exposition without the dialogue fully utilized to capture the importance of the scene.Ultimately, while the story presented has both a unique premise and strong characters, the pacing leaves a lot to be desired.
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  • Sarah
    January 1, 1970
    Cover appeal- The Last Hope has a very basic cover in comparison to a lot of books coming out, but I think that’s what makes it even more appealing. So many books lately have such intricate covers that the story inside doesn’t live up to the art. Looking at the cover of The Last Hope you can clearly tell that the book is sci-fi/fantasy based.Story- At the end of The Raging Ones (book 1) I was completely left shocked by that twist. I had always assumed that the characters were human, but I never Cover appeal- The Last Hope has a very basic cover in comparison to a lot of books coming out, but I think that’s what makes it even more appealing. So many books lately have such intricate covers that the story inside doesn’t live up to the art. Looking at the cover of The Last Hope you can clearly tell that the book is sci-fi/fantasy based.Story- At the end of The Raging Ones (book 1) I was completely left shocked by that twist. I had always assumed that the characters were human, but I never considered that everyone else wasn’t. It was such a good place to leave off that I was counting the days until the release of The Last Hope. Watching Court, Mykal, and Franny’s relationship evolve within their group and with other characters was great. The ending felt kind of random, but when you consider it’s sci-fi, I suppose it isn’t really. The epilogue was the perfect ending for the series and left me satisfied with the story. All the lose ends were tied up and the characters felt like they got the ending they deserved. I absolutely loved their main new character, but he is very reminiscent of one of the male protagonists in their romance series. My only real complaint was the planet names. Some paragraphs I’d get stuck on because it felt like I was constantly repeating the same sentence because Saltare was so over used. Overall, this is a book I will preorder and reread multiple times.
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  • Dani Amaya
    January 1, 1970
    The first book, The Raging Ones, left our heroes: Court, Franny, and Mykal, on quite the cliffhanger. The book follows the trio as they contnue to process all they've learned along with searching for answers for all they don't. Thrown into the unknown, they fight to each other safe. This duology took a concept that I've always loved and took it to the next level. The idea of people being more connected than connected. Thrown together in a way you could never walk away from. The last book absolu The first book, The Raging Ones, left our heroes: Court, Franny, and Mykal, on quite the cliffhanger. The book follows the trio as they contnue to process all they've learned along with searching for answers for all they don't. Thrown into the unknown, they fight to each other safe. This duology took a concept that I've always loved and took it to the next level. The idea of people being more connected than connected. Thrown together in a way you could never walk away from. The last book absolutely blew my mind, I loved the characters their dynamics and the fact that I never could quite predict what would happen next. Even within this book, I just went with the journey and had a great time. This story is so fun, dramatic, dynamic, and somehow incredibly heartfelt all at once. Every turn of the plot is awesome, but every individual scene is equally as entertaining. The quality of this book really does blow me away. Considering that I'm not a huge sci-fi fan, this book is about people and love and finding peace, which is what I connect to. I love the dialogue between all the characters who have such different relationships with each other. You have three characters who can feel, taste, and smell everything the others felt, so you know characters have weird relationships. People are funny in a very laugh-out-loud way, yet hits you in a very emotional way. I love this book. I loved this series, They authors have a special place in my heart listed under: inst-buy.
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  • Lacy
    January 1, 1970
    The Last Hope is the conclusion to The Raging Ones. The Raging Ones took me by surprise when I originally read it. It felt original and fresh to a sometimes monotonous repetitive Young Adult market. Also, even though the duology is considered scifi, it is more character driven than action which is fitting for the Lifeblood plot. I couldn't wait to get my hands on the sequel. Surprisingly, the relationships/plot went in a different direction than I thought they would initially but in the end was The Last Hope is the conclusion to The Raging Ones. The Raging Ones took me by surprise when I originally read it. It felt original and fresh to a sometimes monotonous repetitive Young Adult market. Also, even though the duology is considered scifi, it is more character driven than action which is fitting for the Lifeblood plot. I couldn't wait to get my hands on the sequel. Surprisingly, the relationships/plot went in a different direction than I thought they would initially but in the end was still a satisfying conclusion. 📚💙❤💜***Paperback arc sent to me from St. Martin's Press.***
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  • Michelle
    January 1, 1970
    My full review can be found on the Epilie Aspie Chick blog! Thank you to St. Martin's Press for providing the ARC in exchange for an honest review.It took me quite some time to get back into this story. Based on the way the book starts, it seems clear that this duology is meant to be read close together. By the time I got a third of the way through the story, I JUST started to get back into the rhythm of the characters. On the upside, the general arc is interesting and provides plenty of opportu My full review can be found on the Epilie Aspie Chick blog! Thank you to St. Martin's Press for providing the ARC in exchange for an honest review.It took me quite some time to get back into this story. Based on the way the book starts, it seems clear that this duology is meant to be read close together. By the time I got a third of the way through the story, I JUST started to get back into the rhythm of the characters. On the upside, the general arc is interesting and provides plenty of opportunities to see the characters develop. 
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  • CR
    January 1, 1970
    So I wasn't really a fan of book one and to tell you the truth I didn't realize that this was a book two. However, I was kind of wondering what would happen after reading book one so I thought why not. I will just check this one out and now that I have. Well I kind of wish I hadn't. This one was not what I was expecting at all. The authors introduced new characters and just gave a very weird explanation on the whole issue, situation, and world. And that was just well WEIRD!! So for me overall th So I wasn't really a fan of book one and to tell you the truth I didn't realize that this was a book two. However, I was kind of wondering what would happen after reading book one so I thought why not. I will just check this one out and now that I have. Well I kind of wish I hadn't. This one was not what I was expecting at all. The authors introduced new characters and just gave a very weird explanation on the whole issue, situation, and world. And that was just well WEIRD!! So for me overall this one was just not my cup of tea at all.
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  • Kat
    January 1, 1970
    Thank you for the opportunity to review the second book #TheLastHope in The Raging Ones series. Edelweiss and Wednesday Books, I really appreciate you allowing me review this novel.I have recommended The Raging Ones to many young men who enjoy fantasy books. I think that the characters are unique and bring a fast read to a solid science fiction novel.
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  • Jennifer
    January 1, 1970
    Incredible end to this duet series
  • Heidi
    January 1, 1970
    Is it possible that I love The Last Hope more than I loved The Raging Ones? Yes, yes it is possible. I enjoyed this sci-fi genre bending YA romance-adjacent duology with all my human heart.
  • Alyssa McNaughton
    January 1, 1970
    Review to be released closer to release day. Thank you St. Martin’s Press and Wednesday Books for the opportunity to receive and review an ARC for the second time.
  • Janus the Erudite Artist
    January 1, 1970
    Brilliantly written and what a brilliant ending. Review to follow.
  • Nessa
    January 1, 1970
    Full review to come but.....holy hell!!!
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