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True (Fire Born #3)

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Nothing in Layla and Max's world will ever be the same.

Since Max left, and joined his father in the Shadow Realm, everything in Layla's life has changed. The Demon Gods threaten to destroy the Otherworld, and an inconceivable darkness has awakened—a darkness that wants control of Layla's will. It also wants Max ... dead. Not only must Layla
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Paperback, 336 pages
Published September 7th 2015
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Chenique Erasmus
Aug 07, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Everyone
Recommended to Chenique by: Netgalley
True by Laney McMann (Book #3 in the Fire born Series.)


Rating: (5 /5)
Released Date: 7th September 2015
Pages: 257
Genre: Urban Fantasy, YA
Publisher: Jagged Lane Books
Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to Patchwork Press - Cooperative and Netgalley.

And so Layla and Max's story ends. . . (Just give me a moment. *Sniff* ) What a ride this book provided. It grabbed hold onto my heart and took me through emotions that I didn't know a book could hol
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Emmeline (The Book Herald)
I received this ARC from Jagged Lane Books via Netgalley in return for an honest review

“...The legend has come to fruition, the successor of the Triple Goddesses has risen. The true wielder of the flame."

Rating- 3.5 stars!

I’ll jump straight into the plot!

The ties are torn and truth is finally revealed.
War looms in the horizon.
Light and darkness will clash.
Lives will be destroyed in a mass of flaming wings.
Two lovers. Two enemies. Two pawns.
The Fire Goddess and the Prince of Shadows.
They wil
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*Lily's*
**I would like to thank Netgalley, the Publisher and the author Laney Mcmann for a free digital copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion**

True is the third and last book in the Fire Born trilogy. Its always sad to end a series :-( You've gotten to know the characters and their world, its hard to let go.

But what a way to start the book, that scene with Lay and a blade, man. Through out the series Max and Layla had to fight to be able to be together. At times they even fought each oth
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Maghon Thomas
Sep 02, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I have been obsessed with this series for forever! The author loved me enough, seriously I will kiss her if I ever meet her, that she sent me an autographed paperback copy for me to read early. Let me tell you how I made noise when I opened that package. LOL But back to goodness. There has been so many things that happened in this series. Which I immediately went back and read books one and two before I cracked open book three. I seriously had doubts that Max and Layla would ever be able to have ...more
Haniya (Voracious Bookling)
Mar 13, 2015 rated it really liked it
Original Post: http://booknauthors.blogspot.com/2015...

I know I have said this in my first two reviews of this series that Laney McMann is one of my favourite authors ever since I have started the Fire Born trilogy... After reading her first book I was like why isn't she famous! People need to READ her books! I'm totally loving this trilogy! TRUE is the last book and I am darn sad beacuse this trilogy was so special to me!

TRUE had more focus on action this time. The world and character building
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EndlessReading
Aug 15, 2015 rated it it was amazing
So Layla and Max's story ends. . . *Sniff*

What a ride this book was.

It takes hold of your heart and take you through several emotions that I didn't know a book could hold the power to give.

This book is an amazing conclusion to a series that has, quiet honestly, gotten better with every instalment throughout

Layla had to walk a hard road, to find out her true self, who she truly is. Justice is Layla's constant companion and they have formed a true friendship. We also find out about how Sam and Jus
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Alexander Nader
Apr 14, 2015 rated it it was amazing
This book is a wonderful conclusion to a series that has, quiet honestly, gotten better with every installment. True picks up trucking down the literary highway at somewhere north of 120 miles per hour. You don't have to warm up to this story at all, Torn left you begging for more and True fulfills the need. There is one particular scene early in the novel that blew my mind. No joke, I had to put down my reading device and walk around for a minute.

True is everything a book 3 should be. A solid
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Sonja
Mar 10, 2015 rated it really liked it
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I was looking forward to reading the conclusion to this series since I finished the second book. And while I cannot say that it was epic by any means, it was definitely a fantastic end.

All of the characters were engaging to read about (I actually didn't get aggravated by any of them this time around) and even when riddles and complications were everywhere, things seemed to flow well. The worlds we visit are still vividly described and while I may have been able to easy put this story down, I wa
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cella doora
Feb 26, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
It's always bittersweet to come to the end of a series; especially one so beautifully written and, so completely captivating. Finishing True was like saying goodbye to some wonderful friends. These characters really are magnificent and I am so glad *happy tears, ugly face* that Layla and Max got their happily ever after. Each book in this series sets the stage perfectly for such a magical story to come to life. The love between not only the main characters in this story but, all characters makes ...more
Once Upon a Twilight
Jul 21, 2016 rated it really liked it
In the final installment to the Fireborn series Layla and Max must fight for what they believe in, while trying to make it back to one another. As Layla is discovering more and more about herself she becomes a woman who is fit to someday be Queen. Max is fighting to play his part while preparing to battle Layla.

This final installment was a strong ending. I absolutely loved reading from Max's point of view. I for some reason tend to love books that switch between point of views. Maybe it's becaus
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Angel Hatfield
Layla had a hard time in finding herself. Layla’s constant friend is Justice.There is a crazed ancient who is a power obsessed being living inside Layla which didn’t make it easy on her. Layla had lost Max and she assumed the darkness had taken him. There is a poison going through Max’s veins and he is trying to fight it as he doesn’t want to become a demon God. Max now lives in the Formore castle knowing he and Layla would have to face off.
I didn’t really enjoy this but i need to read the othe
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Laney McMann
Feb 16, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
I love these books, every one of them in the trilogy, and it was an honor to write them.
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I write young adult dark urban fantasy mixed with a spike of paranormal romance, a touch of history, and a dash of mythology. I'm a dreamer, an over thinker, and a myths and legends believer. Nothing moves me more than writing fantastical stories. And reading them.

I am the author of:

The Fire Born Novels, The Primordial Principles, and The CrossWorld Chronicles




Website: http://laneymcmann.weebly.c
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Other Books in the Series

Fire Born (3 books)
  • Tied (The Fire Born Novels #1)
  • Torn (The Fire Born Novels #2)
“Layla had always just been there. In my life. I wasn't sure who said, 'hi,' first, or maybe who smiled at who first—all I really remembered was staring at her, and her staring back at me, neither of us looking away. Both of us standing frozen, and life falling into the background with a distant hum. As if the world had stopped spinning. Just for us.
I remembered not caring if it had. She'd seemed so familiar, and even as a little kid, I'd known she was special. Like something bigger than me, older than me, had taken over my emotions in a way I didn't understand. She just felt like ... home.
I could have gazed into her eyes forever. Happy to stand in that powerless state for the rest of my life”
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