"A pinch of Potter blended with a drop of [Cassandra Clare's] Infernal Devices." --JUSTINE MAGAZINE
"Plot twists so good they will leave you reeling."
--TRACI CHEE, New York Times bestselling author of The Reader
IT'S TIME FOR HER POWER TO RULE.
As Henrietta nervously awaits her marriage to Lord Blackwood, she discovers that Sorrow-Fell is not a safe haven from the bloodthirsty Ancients. It's a trap. So with her friend Maria and Magnus, the young man who once stole her heart, at her side, Henrietta plots a dangerous journey straight into the enemy's lair. Some will live. Some will die. All will be tested.
In this stunning conclusion to the Kingdom on Fire series, Henrietta must choose between the love from her past, the love from her present, and a love that could define her future. The fate of the kingdom rests on her decision: Will she fall or rise up to become the woman who saves the realm?
Praise for Jessica Cluess's A Shadow Bright and Burning, Kingdom on Fire, Book 1:
"This is a novel that gives off light and heat." --The New York Times
"Vivid characters, terrifying monsters, and world building as deep and dark as the ocean."
--VICTORIA AVEYARD, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Red Queen
"Devastatingly magical and monstrously romantic."
--STEPHANIE GARBER, New York Times bestselling author of Caraval
"Unputdownable. I loved the monsters, the magic, and the teen warriors who are their world's best hope! Jessica Cluess is an awesome storyteller!"
--TAMORA PIERCE, #1 New York Times bestselling author
One of the greatest series ever made
I was enchanted with every page. I loved Jessica Clues series Kingdom on Fire. The best experience with the characters and Henrietta Howles journey to learn more about her life and her journey to save her world. Thank you for making this wonderful series Jessica Clues!
I loved the idea of this book. The last one was all over the place though. I never felt connected to her relationships and struggled with her wearing a corset all the time. Skimmed the last couple of chapters. Predictable.
I have a horrible nag for not finishing book series, tv shows, movie series and so on. The main reason being is that I start to find them becoming dull towards the end. There are some series that really hit off for me and I had no problem finishing. This last book is not one of them. The first two books were amazing, this one felt kinda rushed with very little character development. Specifically speaking of Rook. Throughout the story Rook has been a very important person in Howel’s life but was rarely mentioned throughout the series. He played no major role whatsoever. So much more could have been done with such a character but he was literally just killed off rather plainly. I have 60 pages left and I just can’t find the drive to finish it anymore. I’ll probably come back to it later but eh... I don’t know. It was a great story overall until the last book.