The Reckoning by Kelley Armstrong

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Genre: Young Adult - Paranormal
Synopsis: None for this one, as to not give away spoilers. This is the final installment in the trilogy.

Rating: 3.5 stars

Review: I'm happy I finally got to finish this. As I liked the first one, and LOVED the sequel, I couldn't wait to find out more and find out what the ending would be. This final book in the trilogy was most definitely a great addition and conclusion to the story.

It still had the same excitement, same great writing, and same fast face and effortless flow. I was still rooting for the characters, and like I have mentioned before, I do think the characters are one of the book's greatest strengths. They're just the kind of characters I don't mind rooting and cheering for until the end, and to me, that is really important to hold my attention when it comes to series and trilogies.

There are some minor flaws, including the cover art for these books. I still don't get what the reason is behind the changing jewels. I don't know. Is it just me? Let me know if you understood it better I did.

Overall, I really liked it a lot, and as a whole, I enjoyed the story and the characters immensely. I recommend this series to YA-Paranormal fans!


  1. Great review! I have not the book yet but the series are on my TB list!

  2. I think her jewel changes because her powers are getting stronger?? It's suppose to mask her... umm.. necromancer aura(?). That's the best I can do lol.

    but anyways, I love these books, I am really hoping that Kelley continues the Chloe storyline!

  3. Hey Jill! Well...This is not my type of book I guess, but i'm glad that u enjoyed the whole trilogy. An honest review..=)

    Here's my latest review. Water foe Elephants by Sara Gruen.

  4. I liked the book, but wish there was more closure. Thanks for your review.

    Brandi from Blkosiner’s Book Blog

  5. I have not read this series because I was afraid it was scary. I'm so glad that the series ended well and you were happy with it!

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