The Traitor of Belltroll
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I'd heard great things about Lindsay Cumming's The Murder Complex duology. I hadn't heard many things about her Balance Keepers trilogy, but I had been wanting to read a lot of middle grade fantasy books lately, so I figured I'd try it before The Murder Complex. I ended up loving it. In fact, I loved it so much that I read the entire trilogy in two days, which is no easy feat considering the size of the books.
I loved everything about The Balance Kee ...more
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Really wanted to cry when I realized this was the last book in the series. I love this series and I love these kids. Balance Keepers keep the world above, well, balanced. We three realms to protect, Alberts team is on the top of the list. They have saved the world twice so far but things get a little out of head when someone is trying to destroy the last realm...the realm that pretty much hold the other two realms together. If this realm falls the earth will...more
Update: this has been read. I can happily confirm that these books got even better as they progressed.
AND I NEED MORE.
(Also, side note; am I the only one that totally started shipping Albert and Hoyt since about halfway through POP? Yeah? Okay. That's nice).
Thanks to the publisher for a digital advance reader's copy, provided via Edelweiss.
Amazing job Lindsay!
The st ...more
After reading this book and "The Death Code" (The final book of Lindsay Cummings's YA series), I've come to the conclusion that this author is exceptionally good at writing... well... conclusions.
Whereas the first two books of this trilogy follow the same formula as it develops the characters, plot, and world, this final installment throws that formula out the window. Instead what we get is a story that isn't afraid to put these characters in edge-of-your-seat situations, with lots of f ...more
The first two books wer ...more
The book had a very intriguing story about Albert Flynn's fight against the traitor trying to destroy the Core. Lindsay Cummings did an amazing job in describing his emotions, feelings, and thoughts throughout the book.
Lindsay deals with chronic fatigue, writes full time from her home in the deep woods in North Texas, and loves to ch ...more