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The Labyrinth

(Nightfall Gardens #3)

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Time is running out for Lily and Silas Blackwood in their hunt to destroy Pandora’s Box before the beings of Nightfall Gardens unleash its evil upon an unsuspecting world.

Loyalties will be tested and friends will make the ultimate sacrifice as the two face off against an army of horrors that live in the Gardens.

At the center of it all stands the Lab
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Kindle Edition, First Edition, 520 pages
Published October 30th 2014 by Flycatcher Books
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Rob Slaven
Dec 05, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
As is very often always the case, I received this book free in exchange for a review. Despite the kindness of receiving a free book I'm absolutely candid about the book because I want everyone to know what they're getting as much as I hope to when I'm shopping.

This book is the third in the Nightfall Gardens series and continues right where the previous book left off. As third books go this one does a good job of keeping you caught up even if you haven't read the first book so going b
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Tricia

The Labyrinth was the epic conclusion to the Nightfall Gardens trilogy. This book was everything I was hoping for with a few added gut-wrenching twists and a bittersweet end. After the other two stories in this series, it was apparent that we were heading towards a war of epic proportions in this book. I knew that the gardens would fall one way or another. What I was not prepared for was everything that would be lost in that happening! This book will send you in a tailspin of emotions. I though
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Terri
Jan 10, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Great endings!

Sorry to see the last book in this series. Loved each book! How will I ever forget these characters? Easy reading and a delightful tale!
Paula Napier
May 19, 2019 rated it it was amazing
One you can’t put down

This series of 3 books you can’t put down. Sad and happy. The are not just for children for adults too. So glad I came upon the books.
Book Gannet
Feb 18, 2015 rated it really liked it
4.5 Stars! The Nightfall Gardens trilogy comes to an action-packed end as the intrepid Blackwood and their friends race from one peril to the next in a bid to keep the house and Gardens standing, while they search for Pandora’s Box, hold off the evil Eldritch and try to avoid getting killed in gruesome style by various denizens of the Gardens. Just like The Shadow Garden, this book takes off like a rocket from the first page and doesn’t let up the pace until the end.

This was definitely my f
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Sarah-Jayne Briggs
Sep 05, 2015 rated it really liked it
(I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a review).

(This review may contain spoilers).

Having read the previous two books in this trilogy, I was glad to have the opportunity to read the final book as well.

I thought what both Lily and Silas were going through clearly had an effect on both of them. While I always felt that Silas was more mature than his sister, despite there being times he acted his 'normal' age, I felt Lily had grown up a lot by the
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Bruce Gargoyle
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Events begin to move towards their inevitable conclusion, with some unexpected allies appearing from the ether.

Book three really does pick up exactly where the last book finished and once again plunges straight into the action. This is probably the most anomalous of the three books as in it we get to journey into the Labyrinth, the home of all the lost, almost-forgotten and mostly ancient deities are trapped, waiting for a chance to re-exert their power over
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Jessica (The Psychotic Nerd)
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I received an ecopy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

MY THOUGHTS
This was such a great series and this was a great finale!

In the last book in the Nightfall Gardens trilogy. the evil within the gardens are amassing to break out of their prison. Finding, and destroying, Pandora's Box is even more important than ever. Lily, Silas, and the other friends and allies have to find the box along with trying to fight a war with t/>/>I
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T.M.B.A. Corbett
Feb 10, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Please click this to read my review of the first two books and to enter GIVEAWAYS!
I just want to start by saying I am devastated that this is the last book because this series is sooo good! I hope the author has started a new series for me to devour.
Now onto my review....You do not need to read the first two books to be able to keep up an understand this book, but I highly recommend that you do read the first two. The last book in the series was a roller coaster of emotions for me. The epic war you kn
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Laura
Aug 24, 2014 rated it liked it
Felt a bit rushed, I think it would have benefited from more editing. There was a few 'huh?' times where I would reread a section a few times to try and make sense of it, but no amount of rereading made it make any sense.

And just a personal thing, but Furrina as a 90's valley girl, super annoying and not that believable. She's centuries old!
Desertorum
Apr 01, 2015 rated it liked it
Shelves: my-own-bookshelf
This felt slow in the beginning but I kept in going because I wanted to know how the trilogy is going to end. And it did pick up the pace but still it was only ok read. There was good parts but also things that might have needed editing.
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Nightfall Gardens (3 books)
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