In this thrilling conclusion to the Numbers Game Saga, it's been 10 weeks since Treena returned to NORA. The council has rejected her war preparations at every turn, and Dresden is backpedaling on his promises. When he tells everyone the danger has passed and denies there was ever a threat, Treena's secret followers push her to unseat Dresden and take control - something she can't bear to consider now with NORA on the brink of war. Meanwhile, infighting at Vance's settlement is turning into violent unrest and the drought has made his settlement's future bleak. Joining NORA seems inevitable, but Vance refuses to give in...not with war looming over their cities. Not when it means putting his younger sisters in danger. When Treena goes overseas to plead for help, Vance is torn between his responsibilities and his heart. Together, Treena and Vance must navigate the political undercurrents of a strange new country, convince an indifferent world of their plight, and somehow stay together despite a prince's determination to tear them apart.
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Another great Numbers Game book
Yes. The other books are restricted to occurring in what amounts to America. This one sees Treena and the story going global. We have a lot going on and I will listen to it again to make sure I followed everything. That's not to say its difficult to follow and I enjoyed it so another listen will be great.
Treena's development as a character/person is something that we see through this and all of the books. I like seeing her become more confident. I really enjoyed the glimpse we got of the rest of the world as well and I'd love to see more of that.
Treena on one hand because she's the main character and is a great character. Also Vance for the same reason. I would however give a shout out to Chan as a character because he's really interesting.
It's more of an action book than an emotional one. I enjoyed it from start to finish. I loved the part in Liverpool and really liked the ending.
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.
- Tony Bough