The rise always proceeds the fall...
After the events of winter term, Ren wants nothing more than to take a deep breath and be normal—spend some time with her friends, maybe enjoy the festival where shifts are continually unleashed to re-sort everything in the magical world, perhaps actually do something about a particular boy…
But the Department has started a sinister and highly effective campaign, one that threatens everything Ren has built. When unexpected faces and betrayal crop up from her past, she must do anything except engage.
But when a terrible secret is revealed, nothing will stop her from unleashing her destiny.
The Unleashing of Ren Crown is the second to last book in the series that started with The Awakening of Ren Crown.
Also Available in the Ren Crown Series:
The Awakening of Ren Crown (#1)
The Protection of Ren Crown (#2)
The Rise of Ren Crown (#3)
The Unleashing of Ren Crown (#4)
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
We had a hard time stepping away from the fourth book in Anne Zoelle’s Ren Crown series. Not only is the writing gorgeous and striking, but the magical world that Zoelle has created is intricate and mesmerizing. Gasps came fast and frequent; the action revs up from the very first scene and kept us in contented suspense. If you haven’t gotten hooked on the series yet, consider this: it’s a bit like a more technical, mature Harry Potter with a wildly powerful heroine.
Ren Crown series
This series is the most riveting, fast paced, non-stop action packed set of books that I've had the pleasure of immersing myself into in decades. Thank you Anne Zoelle for sharing your imagination.
This an excellent series! Page turning excitement, tiny bit of romance, friendship and trust. An exceptional story great for youth and adults alike. I highly recommend this series!
I love the series and I devoured this latest book. My week words cannot even begin to describe how incredibly awesome, intricate, complex, and fun these books are and the characters in them. Anne Zoelle's writing reads smoothly and effortlessly but you know the process of creating such gems were anything but. I rarely give five stars because it takes a lot for me to fall in love with a book, but Ren's world, the layers, the bandits, even the narcissists and the evil doers have made me swoon.