Rise Against (The Foundling, #4)

Rise Against (The Foundling, #4) Details

TitleRise Against (The Foundling, #4)
Author
ReleaseAug 22nd, 2019
PublisherPiatkus
ISBN-139780349423364
Rating
GenreFantasy, Urban Fantasy, Dragons, Paranormal, Demons

Rise Against (The Foundling, #4) Review

  • Bex (Beckie Bookworm)
    January 1, 1970
    So this is book 4 in the fantastic Foundling series and Luce and Cole finally seem to be on the same page in regards to there ongoing dynamic and current relationship status and I did like how in sync and transparent these two now seem to be.It was about time they moved forward and became an item I was beginning to think it would never actually happen.In Rise Against all parties are now in the process of rounding up an army to fight their enemies in the upcoming battle and war and Luce herself i So this is book 4 in the fantastic Foundling series and Luce and Cole finally seem to be on the same page in regards to there ongoing dynamic and current relationship status and I did like how in sync and transparent these two now seem to be.It was about time they moved forward and became an item I was beginning to think it would never actually happen.In Rise Against all parties are now in the process of rounding up an army to fight their enemies in the upcoming battle and war and Luce herself is right in the thick of the action.Also, Rixton Luce's human partner is back in the picture which I was super ecstatic about as I do adore the push and pull between him and Luce just so much and really missed him when he and she were on the outs so was great to welcome him back into the fold and witness his wide-eyed delight.We also finally get to realise the full extent of Luce's origins and just how she has become the individual she now is and as for Ezra well let's just say my instincts regarding his identity and role in this were mostly spot-on.There were definitely some surprises to be had here especially in regards to the traitor prepare to be shocked and then shocked again after their identity is finally outed. Didn't see that one coming at all.So this was amped up from the start chocka full of action and as all the cards eventually started to settle into there correct places and the players involved eventually revealed their individual hands all is stacked to play-out just how it will.This really was such a great instalment and after how we left things here I really can't wait for the next book in this addictive series.I don't know why I thought this was the last book in this series? well, it isn't folks but hey that's fine just means more Luce, Cole and the gang to look forward to in the future.Finally, before I go just want to say baby Phoebe OMG just so cute: she was just so adorable.This series and its unique take on the whole good versus evil: demon versus angel is just so fresh and original and imaginative as hell and I am completely smitten.I voluntary reviewed a copy of Rise Against (The Foundling, #4) Reviewed By Beckie Bookwormhttps://www.facebook.com/beckiebookworm/www.beckiebookworm.com
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  • Emma
    January 1, 1970
    This book has * all the things*! A real ramping up of the war, secrets revealed, friendships mended and matings achieved! This whole story continues to be outside of the box and hugely enjoyable. Many thanks to Netgalley for an arc of this book.
  • Emma
    January 1, 1970
    Luce: ‘Didn’t your mother teach you to wait until you’re invited in to enter a room?’ Santiago: ‘No. My mother ate one of my siblings because she wasn’t a fan of uneven numbers.’After what felt like a slight wobble in Death Knell, this is a blinding return to form. Fourth and penultimate book in the Foundling Series, this instalment gives us a Luce who seems ready to be herself, finally reconciled with who she is as both human and charun. She’s found her own way to deal with each aspect of her c Luce: ‘Didn’t your mother teach you to wait until you’re invited in to enter a room?’ Santiago: ‘No. My mother ate one of my siblings because she wasn’t a fan of uneven numbers.’After what felt like a slight wobble in Death Knell, this is a blinding return to form. Fourth and penultimate book in the Foundling Series, this instalment gives us a Luce who seems ready to be herself, finally reconciled with who she is as both human and charun. She’s found her own way to deal with each aspect of her character, including the ever dangerous remnant of Conquest, always eager to resume control. Luce has been knocked down hard by all the revelations, betrayals, and losses, but this book is about her finding a sense of peace with it all. And there’s a reason for that beyond the simple passing of time. There are no more closed eyes, there’s no more holding back. It feels like the calm before the storm. Like the end is coming...‘Believing you’re flawed, broken, or wrong was ten times easier than trusting you were perfect just the way you were or whole or right. Bad things always stick with us longer than the good. I don’t know if that’s a self-esteem problem or a human problem, but it’s true.’Outside of the fact that Hailey Edwards has created a stunningly original world and set of characters, what this book proves is that she can pull it all together to make something truly memorable. It’s a story with multiple levels of connection, but its foundation is all heart. That this instalment goes right back to the beginning, to the people who matter the most to Luce, was exactly right. No, more than that, it was goddamn exceptional. Without giving too much away, some much needed conversations were had and a few very important things resolved. Which was to be expected you might imagine, especially as things get closer to the end. But the WAY it was done. Brilliant.Each new direction, every twist, all the feels had me grinning like crazy. This book is funny, with the kind of snark that has you laughing out loud. The way it forms the basis of so many of the relationships in the series is perfectly realised, the deep emotional connections so many characters would struggle to verbalise revealed through humour and bitching. Distance closed as effectively by a sarcastic comment as some big life-saving action. It makes you realise how much you love these characters, how much their happiness means to you. These quiet scenes are just as affecting, just as important as the crazy battles and the shock twists. It’s not something I always get from UF, only Ilona Andrews’ Kate Daniels series has a similar emotional hit. Of course, that just makes it all the more stressful to imagine what comes next, what happens when world ending war puts every single character in danger. I’m nervy as hell about it. At the same time, I can’t wait. Now, if you haven’t read this series before, don’t start here. This isn’t something you can just pick up anywhere and get stuck in. There’s too much emotional build up, never mind the sheer amount of crucial shit that’s happened before this point. Start with Bayou Born and be part of Luce’s journey. She’s the kind of hero you can’t help but love, a real person dumped into all manner of trouble, a fighter who will do anything to save those she loves. I’m with her every step of the way and you will be too.This is definitely the best book of the series.... with just one more to go. I can't imagine at this point how it can be bettered, but I trust in Hailey Edwards to keep surprising me. ARC via Netgalley
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  • Karen Barber
    January 1, 1970
    First thing that has to be said, any confusion over what was going on here comes from me not realising this wasn’t the first in the series when I requested it on NetGalley.Luce appears to be part-human and she’s planning to mate with Cole (who is a dragon) but there’s another entity inside her that keeps bursting out. They’re searching for supporters in a battle to come, and there’s lots of plotting/some brutal killings and the odd bit of double-crossing.Coming to this story with no idea of the First thing that has to be said, any confusion over what was going on here comes from me not realising this wasn’t the first in the series when I requested it on NetGalley.Luce appears to be part-human and she’s planning to mate with Cole (who is a dragon) but there’s another entity inside her that keeps bursting out. They’re searching for supporters in a battle to come, and there’s lots of plotting/some brutal killings and the odd bit of double-crossing.Coming to this story with no idea of the background, there were some details that could be picked up quite easily, but there was a fair amount that really didn’t get explained/make sense. Probably quite an entertaining instalment for those more in the loop.
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  • Saly
    January 1, 1970
    What an interesting world Hailey has built. Everything comes back home and Luce's old partner comes back into the picture. We find out Luce's secret Ezra and who holds her bond. Overall can't wait to see how it ends.
  • Shelley
    January 1, 1970
    *Source* Publisher*Genre* Urban Fantasy*Rating* 3.5-4*Thoughts*Rise Against is the Fourth installment in author Hailey Edwards The Foundling series. Luce Boudreau is collecting soldiers for an upcoming war that seems to be forgetting that humans actually live in this world as well. She has reconciled with the fact that she has a dangerous part of her, Conquest, that is leaking out and fighting her at every turn. Even though Conquest is fighting her, Luce still believes she is a human and charun *Source* Publisher*Genre* Urban Fantasy*Rating* 3.5-4*Thoughts*Rise Against is the Fourth installment in author Hailey Edwards The Foundling series. Luce Boudreau is collecting soldiers for an upcoming war that seems to be forgetting that humans actually live in this world as well. She has reconciled with the fact that she has a dangerous part of her, Conquest, that is leaking out and fighting her at every turn. Even though Conquest is fighting her, Luce still believes she is a human and charun hybrid and that makes her much stronger and unique her sisters Death, War, and Famine.*Full Review @ Gizmos Reviews*https://gizmosreviews.blogspot.com/20...
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  • Penny Noble
    January 1, 1970
    This author is fast becoming a favorite. This latest in The Foundling series pretty much picks up with Luce trying to win others to her side in the coming war. However, it’s not as easy when forces are against her, even ones she thinks are on her side. This book was filled with the fast action, great characterizations, and terrific writing I’ve come to expect from this author. Everyone is so multi-faceted, you never know what to expect in a good way. I’ve come to really feel for Luce, and all th This author is fast becoming a favorite. This latest in The Foundling series pretty much picks up with Luce trying to win others to her side in the coming war. However, it’s not as easy when forces are against her, even ones she thinks are on her side. This book was filled with the fast action, great characterizations, and terrific writing I’ve come to expect from this author. Everyone is so multi-faceted, you never know what to expect in a good way. I’ve come to really feel for Luce, and all the hardships and betrayals she’s faced. The end of this book was just another blow, and I am dreading and anticipating the next book. I couldn’t put this one down and if you loved the others, this one is just as good if not better. This series is great, and I highly recommend this book. I received a complimentary copy which I voluntarily reviewed.
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  • Selbi
    January 1, 1970
    Rise Against is a wonderful book that I didn’t know was a part of a whole series. Not just any part of the series, the FOURTH book. Now, me requesting it on NetGalley without first checking its origins and predecessors was absolutely my fault but I hope it will soften the slight confusion you’ll witness while reading the review due to the same slight confusion I experienced while reading the book. Cause and effect, folks. It’s real. Without any knowledge of prior events in the series, Rise Again Rise Against is a wonderful book that I didn’t know was a part of a whole series. Not just any part of the series, the FOURTH book. Now, me requesting it on NetGalley without first checking its origins and predecessors was absolutely my fault but I hope it will soften the slight confusion you’ll witness while reading the review due to the same slight confusion I experienced while reading the book. Cause and effect, folks. It’s real. Without any knowledge of prior events in the series, Rise Against was a nice solo book. Certainly, there were moments where I was certain that things would make much more sense had I read earlier books, but alas… So the story revolves around Luce, a human that has an entity inside of her, Conquest. This book is devoted to her working on finding that balance and confidence in her abilities and leadership skills. She has got a lot of people depending on her and looking up to her and that places a huge responsibility on her shoulders. The war is here and it’s up to her to protect mankind from much stronger, meaner beings, some of which is quite personal. But she is not alone. Enter her friends and Cole, the hottie that really wants to make things better for Luce, but really, there is only so much he can do.I liked the book, to be honest. The main character seemed as if she knew what she was about, more or less, and tried to be the person worth following. The scenes between her and Cole were really cute and drool-worthy and really made me want to read the first three books. I just might, tbh. Disclaimer: I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
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  • April Regier
    January 1, 1970
    Rise Against is the penultimate book in the Foundling series. Luce is a warrior – Conquest – sent to prepare for her sisters to conquer Earth. Instead, she lost all memory of what she was and her purpose. Adopted by a policeman, she follows in his footsteps to become a cop. Her coterie waited patiently for her to remember her duty and prepare for the coming of her sisters. Instead, she chooses to stand between Earth and her sisters to save humanity. Now she has an even bigger battle as angels an Rise Against is the penultimate book in the Foundling series. Luce is a warrior – Conquest – sent to prepare for her sisters to conquer Earth. Instead, she lost all memory of what she was and her purpose. Adopted by a policeman, she follows in his footsteps to become a cop. Her coterie waited patiently for her to remember her duty and prepare for the coming of her sisters. Instead, she chooses to stand between Earth and her sisters to save humanity. Now she has an even bigger battle as angels and demons fight on Earth for the ultimate showdown.This book delivered action and many twists and turns. Luce is balancing her human side and Conquest (mostly) and leading her coterie. But she also realizes that she might not have the control over Conquest that she thought. She is recruiting others to follow her as she protects the Earth and humanity. Not quite like previous incarnations of Conquest, people are eager to support her and her cause.Luce learns more about her origins and why she is different from the other Conquests. She gets even more shocking news as she reels from her creation story. Cole, her mate and a dragon, stands by her side as she tries to understand what has happened to her.This book definitely delivers action and surprising revelations. It is an excellent set-up for the next and final book in this series. I couldn’t put it down!ARC provided by the publisher via net galley in exchange for an honest review
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  • April Regier
    January 1, 1970
    Rise Against is the penultimate book in the Foundling series. Luce is a warrior – Conquest – sent to prepare for her sisters to conquer Earth. Instead, she lost all memory of what she was and her purpose. Adopted by a policeman, she follows in his footsteps to become a cop. Her coterie waited patiently for her to remember her duty and prepare for the coming of her sisters. Instead, she chooses to stand between Earth and her sisters to save humanity. Now she has an even bigger battle as angels an Rise Against is the penultimate book in the Foundling series. Luce is a warrior – Conquest – sent to prepare for her sisters to conquer Earth. Instead, she lost all memory of what she was and her purpose. Adopted by a policeman, she follows in his footsteps to become a cop. Her coterie waited patiently for her to remember her duty and prepare for the coming of her sisters. Instead, she chooses to stand between Earth and her sisters to save humanity. Now she has an even bigger battle as angels and demons fight on Earth for the ultimate showdown.This book delivered action and many twists and turns. Luce is balancing her human side and Conquest (mostly) and leading her coterie. But she also realizes that she might not have the control over Conquest that she thought. She is recruiting others to follow her as she protects the Earth and humanity. Not quite like previous incarnations of Conquest, people are eager to support her and her cause.Luce learns more about her origins and why she is different from the other Conquests. She gets even more shocking news as she reels from her creation story. Cole, her mate and a dragon, stands by her side as she tries to understand what has happened to her.This book definitely delivers action and surprising revelations. It is an excellent set-up for the next and final book in this series. I couldn’t put it down!
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  • Lou
    January 1, 1970
    Rise Against is the fourth and penultimate novel in The Foundling series, and I feel this is the most enjoyable to date. I mean how can you resist a fantasy focused on the age-old battle between good and evil and a world with dragons and flying kitties? Edwards is seriously underrated in the fantasy genre as she can always be relied upon to craft an immersive and compulsive story. It has a bit of something for everyone: there's mystery, action, humour, emotion, and although I am craving the last Rise Against is the fourth and penultimate novel in The Foundling series, and I feel this is the most enjoyable to date. I mean how can you resist a fantasy focused on the age-old battle between good and evil and a world with dragons and flying kitties? Edwards is seriously underrated in the fantasy genre as she can always be relied upon to craft an immersive and compulsive story. It has a bit of something for everyone: there's mystery, action, humour, emotion, and although I am craving the last book, End Game, I am also sad that we are nearing the conclusion of this epic adventure.This has to be up there with some of the best worldbuilding I've encountered, but the characterisation is also incredible. So much attention to detail and nothing being left to chance. I appreciated that long-awaited answers were given to some of the questions that arose in previous instalments as that helps build up the picture and make the reading experience fully rounded. There are twists and turns galore and deceit and betrayal are a regular occurrence as people switch allegiances. As Luce builds her army and resides them for the final battle she must remember that they may be enemies in her ranks. Many thanks to Piatkus for an ARC.
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  • Kelly
    January 1, 1970
    Oh, man. So Luce is finally starting to find a measure of balance between her human side and Conquest. She's settling into being the leader of her coterie and all that means. She and Cole are exploring their thing and it's AWESOME.And...well, nothing is ever easy, is it?Not for Luce. Not for Cole. Not for anyone tied to her by blood or friendship.*slow deep breath* So anyway. Things are moving forward for Luce and her crew. She's growing stronger and more confident in her abilities. But...BUT... Oh, man. So Luce is finally starting to find a measure of balance between her human side and Conquest. She's settling into being the leader of her coterie and all that means. She and Cole are exploring their thing and it's AWESOME.And...well, nothing is ever easy, is it?Not for Luce. Not for Cole. Not for anyone tied to her by blood or friendship.*slow deep breath* So anyway. Things are moving forward for Luce and her crew. She's growing stronger and more confident in her abilities. But...BUT...there are roadblocks. Some of them are pretty hefty. But Luce also inspires crazy loyalty in people because she's very different from the Conquests who have come before. And that means she has people who believe in her even when she doesn't believe in herself.Luce learns things. We learn things. Some of these things are okay. Some not so great. The fate of Earth is in Luce and her coterie's hands and they still have a lot to do to secure this world if they want to keep its inhabitants safe. A lot to do and only a little time to do it if I'm reading the signs right. The end is coming and it's going to be a doozy.-Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal
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  • Stacy
    January 1, 1970
    DEATH KNELL wasn't my favorite installment of The Foundling series so I was a little worried that RISE AGAINST would fall along the same lines. I had nothing to be worried about.Luce is continuing to learn about herself and her allies. I enjoy each and everyone on her team. I love the slow release of details, but am glad that by the end of RISE AGAINST it seems that Luce is finally in the know about all the things that have been kept from her and some revelations have cleared up some of the ling DEATH KNELL wasn't my favorite installment of The Foundling series so I was a little worried that RISE AGAINST would fall along the same lines. I had nothing to be worried about.Luce is continuing to learn about herself and her allies. I enjoy each and everyone on her team. I love the slow release of details, but am glad that by the end of RISE AGAINST it seems that Luce is finally in the know about all the things that have been kept from her and some revelations have cleared up some of the lingering questions I have had since book one.Luce's relationship with Cole is finally strong. They are both on the same page and work really well together. We learned that they had a child (well, Cole and Conquest specifically) in DEATH KNELL and I wasn't really sure how I felt about it. I'm still not totally sure, but by the end of RISE AGAINST, I was more excited about it. I totally loved the developments having to do with Rixton. I don't want to give anything away, but I was really excited about how that particular portion of the storyline played out in RISE AGAINST.After I was done reading RISE AGAINST I only wanted to read more. * This book was provided free of charge from the publisher in exchange for an honest review
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  • TJ
    January 1, 1970
    *possible, slight spoiler... not bad but be aware.*Another great offering by an incredibly talented and very underestimated author. Ms. Edwards world building is as good as any I’ve read, her stories are intricate, rich and riveting!The turn of events at the end of this installment is the only thing that was disappointing. As creative and unique as all this author’s books have been so far, I just can’t believe she is going to sink to the old and very over-used cliche of “I must die in order to s *possible, slight spoiler... not bad but be aware.*Another great offering by an incredibly talented and very underestimated author. Ms. Edwards world building is as good as any I’ve read, her stories are intricate, rich and riveting!The turn of events at the end of this installment is the only thing that was disappointing. As creative and unique as all this author’s books have been so far, I just can’t believe she is going to sink to the old and very over-used cliche of “I must die in order to save the world...”. PAHLEASE take care of that SUPER annoying trope early on and not let it hang over the entire conclusion. It has been done SO many times before and always (IMHO) lessens the enjoyement of the journey.
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  • Tanya
    January 1, 1970
    Full of action , suspense and snarkWelcome to Hailey EdwardsRise Against is part of the founding series. This is a later in the series book , so you may be confused if you have not begun with the start of the series.This book is about Luce . Charum are on earth and Luce is trying to build a fighting force to help save the planet from the breach . Cole is a dragon , and Luce who is half human and not always what she appears to be , plan on mating. Just sexy. Our lovely villain also make a appeara Full of action , suspense and snarkWelcome to Hailey EdwardsRise Against is part of the founding series. This is a later in the series book , so you may be confused if you have not begun with the start of the series.This book is about Luce . Charum are on earth and Luce is trying to build a fighting force to help save the planet from the breach . Cole is a dragon , and Luce who is half human and not always what she appears to be , plan on mating. Just sexy. Our lovely villain also make a appearance, Ezra.Loved it and will continue to regard Hailey Edwards and her series as a auto buy
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  • Jackie Brokaw
    January 1, 1970
    The Founding series is one that had to grow on me through each book but I was hooked in from the very beginning in this one. I also feel like this was by far the funniest since there was so much room for one liners and witty comebacks. I've always said that I love the way Hailey develops characters and the growth of each character in Rise Against just continues that love. Luce learns to accept herself more and trust in herself. She made the transition to a strong leader with Cole at her side lov The Founding series is one that had to grow on me through each book but I was hooked in from the very beginning in this one. I also feel like this was by far the funniest since there was so much room for one liners and witty comebacks. I've always said that I love the way Hailey develops characters and the growth of each character in Rise Against just continues that love. Luce learns to accept herself more and trust in herself. She made the transition to a strong leader with Cole at her side loving and encouraging her. I was happy to see Rixton return and to finally meet Phoebe, but of course those are just more additions to what can be lost during the upcoming final battle.
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  • Jennifer Ashburn
    January 1, 1970
    Hailey is an amazing writer who can take you on a journey in just a few pages. Rise Against is no exception, the fourth book in the Foundling series. Finally the cadre and Luce have developed good personal relationships. Luce and Cole have figured out how their relationship and it makes the whole coterie work better! Ezra is still a hangnail needing to be pulled but Luce is figuring out how to deal with Conquest and not lose herself. Now she just needs to bring others to her side of the fight, n Hailey is an amazing writer who can take you on a journey in just a few pages. Rise Against is no exception, the fourth book in the Foundling series. Finally the cadre and Luce have developed good personal relationships. Luce and Cole have figured out how their relationship and it makes the whole coterie work better! Ezra is still a hangnail needing to be pulled but Luce is figuring out how to deal with Conquest and not lose herself. Now she just needs to bring others to her side of the fight, no easy feet when the world seems to be against her. Cannot wait for the next installment to see where it takes us!
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  • Lauren
    January 1, 1970
    Gah! So good. Rise Against puts into motion the moment we've been waiting for months. The epic showdown and Ezra's grand reveal. I will say that the grand revelation left at the end of the book was a bit out of the blue, but all I can say is that it's made me want the next book even more! Luce and Cole are one of my absolute favorite book couples right now. Seeing the two of them finally together, accepting of what happened in the past, and looking to the future was the icing on the literary cak Gah! So good. Rise Against puts into motion the moment we've been waiting for months. The epic showdown and Ezra's grand reveal. I will say that the grand revelation left at the end of the book was a bit out of the blue, but all I can say is that it's made me want the next book even more! Luce and Cole are one of my absolute favorite book couples right now. Seeing the two of them finally together, accepting of what happened in the past, and looking to the future was the icing on the literary cake for this book.
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  • Helen Wawrejko
    January 1, 1970
    The next to last book of the series is giving us answers to a lot of questions. Luce is building her army among the charun that are on earth. Trying to permanently close the breach so Earth will be protected forever. Luce and Cole finally get together. So many twists, betrayals, and One Dead Chicken. Action, revelations, and....Ezra, the epic villain. Great series from this prolific writer. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC from Netgalley.
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  • Saruuh Kelsey
    January 1, 1970
    Every book of this series gets better and better. The story is so strong, with enough action, mysteries, and supernatural baddies to keep me glued to the pages. I loved the reappearance of Thom and Rixton, and the progression of Luce and Cole's relationship is just everything to me. I'm praying they get their happily ever after - they so deserve it!
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  • Melissa Tovgaard
    January 1, 1970
    Book 4 of the Foundling seriesWow - wow - wow. I’ve been ready for the latest instalment of Luce for what feels like forever! I devoured this book in two sittings. The plot is fast paced, excellently crafted and just fabulous. There are some huge revelations in this book - leading up to a final showdown in book 5. Thanks Hailey. I love Luce even more!
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  • Becky
    January 1, 1970
    Rise againstAlmost at the end of this series and Hailey Edwards has done it again. I turned a page and expected more, only to be asked for a review. Poor Luce is once again faced with cataclysmic events bent on tearing her down, apart, and otherwise ruining her. Facing Ezra and finding out more truths threatens to rock her to the core, or to Conquest...
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  • Amy
    January 1, 1970
    Thanks to Netgalley for an arc of this book. I enjoy this authors books quite a bit. This installment of the Foundling was not a disappointment. I admit that I am looking forward to the next book in this series because I want to see how the issues from this one resolve. That was a bit of a surprise at the end! A good read.
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  • Michelle Johnson
    January 1, 1970
    SOAB!!! Hailey Edwards did it again!Another reason added to why a person could hate Wu! That's wrong on soooo many levels! As far as Rixton....I knew he was good for Luce as a solid friend!
  • Denise King
    January 1, 1970
    It only gets betterLuce is learning all, loving, fighting, recruiting, forgiving. Will it be enough? This novel mad me laugh, cry, and happily sigh. It is a 5 star must read! With only one book left in the series, you have to read this novel!
  • CHRISTINA PEACOCK
    January 1, 1970
    WowAnother great book! I really love this series. It's very original. I'm really didn't want the book to end. Total page turner
  • Breane Ross
    January 1, 1970
    Received an arc from netgalley. Loved this book! Highly recommend it! Run to get your copy when it comes out!
  • Suzi
    January 1, 1970
    GoodAnother good one in the series. At times funny and heart breaking. Still not sure how this series will end and a little worried what will happen to Luce.
  • Suzanne
    January 1, 1970
    This book started off right at the end of book 3 and is exactly what is expected. Answers are had, new relationships are discovered, and all the nuances realized.
  • Wendi
    January 1, 1970
    Couldn’t put it downHailey does it again. Such a great read! I cannot wait for the next one! I highly recommend this series. You won’t be disappointed.
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