The Fall of the Readers: The Forbidden Library: Volume 4 Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-10-02 
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" Reasonably satisfying conclusion to the series. " said.

" REJOICE! Again all ye, I say rejoice! It has been so long since I've read a good book, and even longer since I've been happy with the conclusion of a series. *Happy tears stream down my face*P.S. Yeah, I read this in one day. What else what I supposed to do with it being so cold out?! " said.

" A solid end to an excellent series. If it doesn't add a lot to the innovative concepts introduced in the first three books, it largely makes up for that by getting all the pieces into place for a satisfying resolution. It was great to finally see the end of Alice's journey, and how far she's come. " said.

" I'm sad this is the end of the series. It was wrapped up nicely, but, still leaves me wanting to know what's going to happen and what those changes look like.Maybe Wexler might do novellas or something for a glimpse into the future of Alice's world. " said.

" An enjoyable series overall and a satisfying conclusion in The Fall of the Readers. Staid - as is the norm for YA - but with enough adventure to make it exciting, this coming-of-age has enough individuality to keep it fresh. With a noble sense of morality and a strong female lead, this is a good choice for a YA fantasy series. " said.

" A good conclusion to the series. I felt that it ended well. The themes and arcs tying up nicely. I would strongly recommend this book to anyone who has been reading the series. Likewise I would recommend this series to anyone interested in a fantasty story (accepting the young adult tag). I felt overall this was a well written series. " said.

" Great read, love the series. The ending was fun and you know that when you make a deal with a cat, even if it's a labyrinth you are not making the deal that you thought you were making. I would love to have a book about what happens next. How people are handling the change and if Alice's efforts are making a difference. Good ending to a series sixth grade on up who have read the rest and want to see how it all ends. " said.

"probably a satisfying conclusion to readers who are really into The-Entire-Universe-Is-In-Danger-And-Everyone-And-Everything-Is-In-Mortal-Peril-type stories, but not really my cuppa these days; there are only so many battles and heroics and betrayals and leveling ups i can take before my mind starts to wander. the entire universe doesn't always have to be at stake for a story to feel urgent and important, as long as whatever's at stake is urgent and important to its

on a related note, why isn't the idea of "cozy fantasies" more of a thing, in the way that cozy mysteries are?
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