I received this ARC from Entangled Teen in exchange for an honest review.
Laster. Splicer. True Born.
Lucinda Fox is back for this final installment of the True Born Trilogy and it all ends here. With Margot rescued from the far reaches of Russia and back, lock and key, things should all be resolved neatly. Wrong.
While she was away I spent a lot of time worrying over this. The bond I have relied upon my whole life to tell me what Margot was thinking and feeling had stretched, thin and silent, until it was all but obliterated. It was the loneliest feeling in the world.
Ali has his own movies and so does Nolan Storm. Margot seems just a shell of her former self, their bond oddly silent.
“I’m a Fox,” Margot says in tones so black I’d as soon call them shadows.
Now the key has met lock and Lucy is far from safe.
I was pleasantly surprised at how this series concluded. After a very slow start the last quarter of the book really pulled it all together and even managed to surprise me. I won’t go into more details lest I spoil it so pick it up! I was late to the party and it’s out now!