Author: L.C. Perry
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: December
Genre: YA, Dystopian
The big secret is out and now Irene must use the extra time she has to her advantage. She must get back to the hideout and warn her friends…but not everyone will be happy with the news she brings along with her. To make matters worse, the queen has finally snapped. If the king is too shaken to lead, she will just have to take matters into her own hands.
War looms ahead for Irene, Ebony, and their allies. If they want to survive this, they must prepare themselves for the final fight to win back their freedom. Everything is at stake.
Not everyone will come out alive.
But one thing is certain – the feud between rebels and royals will be settled once and for all.
In this emotionally gripping conclusion of the Bronze Rebellion series, join the epic clash between past and future, love and reputation, blood and family as the day marking the next age quickly approaches.
*I would like to thank the author for providing me with an eARC in exchange for an honest review*
*May contain spoilers for previous books in the series*
This is one of the best finales to a series that I have read and my favourite book of the year.
In this novel the rebels are taking their final stand against the Empire. None of them are willing to back down until the King and Queen are dead and Irene is on the throne and the citizens are free of oppression and slavery and they are all willing to die for that future.
One of the things I love most about this book is that more than half of it is taken up with the finale battle. I feel that this was a lot more realistic than other books as it really helps to show that battles take time and aren’t over quickly. This also allowed us to see the battle from many of our characters points of view and the part each of them had to play in it. I also liked the fact that not all the characters survived the fight and while I cried several times throughout because of this the stakes in this book were really high and the outcome really portrayed that in a way that it couldn.t have if everyone had survived.
I absolutely adored the characters within this series. There are a lot of them and while at first it took a while to figure out exactly who everyone was each and everyone of them plays a vital role in the story and I feel in love with each of them. The character development within this series is one of my favourites ever and I loved seeing each of the characters grow into themselves especially our main characters Irene and Ebony. And while I loved the romance within this book what really stood out to me where the strong friendships and the overall all message that the bond between found families can be just as strong and even more so than blood ties.
Overall, I adored this series. It’s one of my favourite dystopian series and I feel so blessed to have read it and if you love action packed novels with amazing characters then gave this series a shot it will not disappoint. I obviously gave this 5 out of 5 stars.
Have you picked up any of the books in this series yet? and if so what are your thoughts on them?