Book of the Just (Bohemian Trilogy #3)
Cherished by a Father, coveted by a king, loved by an almost-priest; tormented by demons, tortured by a madman, hunted by a cult, hounded by her father. Mouse has survived it all. But then, she was never just a girl.Despite Mouse’s power, her father always wanted a son—and now, at long last, he has him. And Mouse has a brother, someone else in the world just like her. Though she’s never met him, the hope of what they might mean for each other tugs at her soul, even as it terrifies her lover, Angelo.Hiding among a tribe of the Martu in the isolation of the Australian outback near the edges of Lake Disappointment, Mouse and Angelo have seemingly evaded at least one of the predators hunting them. Carefully dropping bogus breadcrumbs across Europe, they misdirect the Novus Rishi, a ruthless cult that wants Mouse as the ultimate weapon in their battle against evil. But when unnerving dreams start to plague Angelo, and the ancient beings of the Martu’s Dreaming send prophetic warnings that include visions of Mouse at her father’s side, the two lovers realize it’s time to act. With nowhere left to run, Mouse and Angelo prepare for a last showdown with their enemies. As they chase after legendary ancient weapons ensconced in the ages old battle between good and evil, Mouse and Angelo must each decide if a final victory is worth the cost.Book of the Just continues Mouse’s story after The Devil’s Bible and completes the journey she started so long ago in Bohemian Gospel. Imbued with a rich sense of history, magic, and mythology, this explosive final installment in Mouse’s journey will keep you captivated until the very end.

Book of the Just (Bohemian Trilogy #3) Details

TitleBook of the Just (Bohemian Trilogy #3)
Author
ReleaseOct 2nd, 2018
PublisherPegasus Books
ISBN-139781681778587
Rating
GenreHistorical, Historical Fiction, Fantasy

Book of the Just (Bohemian Trilogy #3) Review

  • Dawn
    January 1, 1970
    This is the last in a trilogy and it is some time since I read the last in the series. I received this copy via NetGalley..What a journey Mouse has travelled. Am I pleased to see the end of the journey? What can I say? These books are not too well known. I feel they need a little more exposure.A dark medieval world and a search for ancient weapons with the main characters pursued across the world and nowhere left to go. They have to stand and fight. Ancient magic, history and myth which culminat This is the last in a trilogy and it is some time since I read the last in the series. I received this copy via NetGalley..What a journey Mouse has travelled. Am I pleased to see the end of the journey? What can I say? These books are not too well known. I feel they need a little more exposure.A dark medieval world and a search for ancient weapons with the main characters pursued across the world and nowhere left to go. They have to stand and fight. Ancient magic, history and myth which culminate in this final chapter of the battle between good and evil. Mouse’s last stand you could say. Excellent world building and character portrayal.I would recommend this trilogy but I would say you should read the other books first in my estimation.
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  • Dale
    January 1, 1970
    Book three of the Bohemian TrilogyI assume that most people reading this are already acquainted with Mouse and her lineage. Introduced in The Bohemian Gospel, Mouse has powers inherited from her demonic father. Still, all she really wants is to live a peaceful, normal life.This book picks up from the end of the second novel, The Devil’s Bible. In that book, Mouse battles with her father, who is not someone to cross lightly. Left for dead, Mouse has a long, slow recovery. Her father now intends t Book three of the Bohemian TrilogyI assume that most people reading this are already acquainted with Mouse and her lineage. Introduced in The Bohemian Gospel, Mouse has powers inherited from her demonic father. Still, all she really wants is to live a peaceful, normal life.This book picks up from the end of the second novel, The Devil’s Bible. In that book, Mouse battles with her father, who is not someone to cross lightly. Left for dead, Mouse has a long, slow recovery. Her father now intends to raise another to do his bidding—her brother, Luc…Now, Mouse and her paramour Angelo D’Amato follow a series of clues that point the way to a powerful artifact. The Book of the Just could be the very thing they need to defeat her father. They are hampered and chased by the Novus Rishi, lead by a man known as The Reverend. Jack Gray, introduced in the previous volume, works on behalf of this religious cult…It’s strange sometimes how things work out. I loved the first volume of this series and disliked the second. Now moving on to volume three, I was amazed at the drawing power of the prose.From the beginning to the monumental climax this book entices the reader into continuing reading. Warning, you may find yourself fighting sleep in order to finish. I give the book four starsQuoth the Raven...
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  • Sara
    January 1, 1970
    I was thrilled to finally get to sink my teeth into the last installment of Carpenter's Bohemian Trilogy! Her dark and fantastical medieval world is a treat for both history and fantasy lovers alike. Lush writing with wonderful characters kept me turning each page!
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  • Amanda
    January 1, 1970
    Book of the Just by Dana Chamblee Carpenter is the 3rd installment of the Bohemian Trilogy. Mouse is immortal and powerful but has yet to truly accept her powers. She is given a dream where she discovers that she has a brother, something her father has always wanted. She is on the run with her love, Angelo, however, times will begin to change yet again. Angelo and Mouse are having dreams. Something dangerous is coming. Now they must find the only weapons that can help them fight against their en Book of the Just by Dana Chamblee Carpenter is the 3rd installment of the Bohemian Trilogy. Mouse is immortal and powerful but has yet to truly accept her powers. She is given a dream where she discovers that she has a brother, something her father has always wanted. She is on the run with her love, Angelo, however, times will begin to change yet again. Angelo and Mouse are having dreams. Something dangerous is coming. Now they must find the only weapons that can help them fight against their enemies.Check out the rest of my review at:https://amandasbookreviewsite.wordpre...
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  • Hannah
    January 1, 1970
    I have so many mixed emotions about seeing Mouse's journey come to an end (for me as a reader that is, let's be honest characters live on far beyond the last page of a book). Book of the Just perfectly wraps up this absolutely phenomenal trilogy, woven together with lyrical prose and an intimate portrait of characters that make you feel like you know them. An expert mix of paranormal, thriller, and horror, this book had me craving to read the next chapter. I will be recommending this book and se I have so many mixed emotions about seeing Mouse's journey come to an end (for me as a reader that is, let's be honest characters live on far beyond the last page of a book). Book of the Just perfectly wraps up this absolutely phenomenal trilogy, woven together with lyrical prose and an intimate portrait of characters that make you feel like you know them. An expert mix of paranormal, thriller, and horror, this book had me craving to read the next chapter. I will be recommending this book and series to everyone I know for a very long time.
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  • Claire
    January 1, 1970
    ARC provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.**Review Coming Soon**
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