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(Nameless #3)

4.22  ·  Rating details ·  288 ratings  ·  47 reviews
In exactly twenty-three days, Gryphon will offer his life to Chief Barnabas in exchange for the lives of his best friend and mess brothers. Until then, he must keep his plans from Zo while avoiding the Wolves of the Allied Camp. But Gryphon is not the only one harboring secrets. To spare her own life, Zo has made a blood oath promising to help the Kodiak Clan free their fa ...more
Paperback, 300 pages
Published October 17th 2017 by Month9Books
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Sep 12, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This trilogy needs more recognition than it’s getting! I FREAKING LOVE this trilogy! Yes, it’s an absolute MUST OWN! I bet you’ve never heard of this author! I hadn’t either and I can’t remember how I came across the first book but I inhaled both first two books and had to sit and wait for the third. UGH! Then the publishers reached out to me to read this early and review it! I think I may have cried! lol So if you haven’t read this trilogy yet you absolutely MUST!

I loved how there were all thes
Oct 16, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Fearless is the conclusion to the Nameless series. It is not a standalone story; you need to read book One (Nameless) and Two (Clanless). The action, romance and twists stepped up a notch in this one. The author explores how 2 people from different walks of life can fit into a world that doesn't welcome their connection. The problem is that Gryphon's time is running out! He is a man of his word even if he has lost his honour. Meanwhile, someone is trying to frame Gryphon for crimes he did not co ...more
Aug 04, 2017 rated it really liked it
FEARLESS follows on from the previous two instalments NAMELESS and CLANLESS and is not a standalone.

I'm going to keep this as vague as possible, and yes, I'm aware this is a strange thing to write in a review, but I'm really concerned about not including any spoilers. I don't want to ruin any of the action or romance.

Oh the drama! We jump right back into the action with Zo and Gryph. Gryphon is facing a terrible fate and a rapidly decreasing decline. He's also not about to blab about whats going
A round of applause and a shot of champagne for the end of this trilogy. Jenkins went and dotted all her i's and crossed all her t's, ending the novel and trilogy brilliantly.

I really have no complaints.

Except holy moly, sometimes reading Gryphon and Zo's attraction/feelings for one another got overwhelming. Sometimes the love they had for each other made the air thicker and more suffocating. Especially, since they felt such a pressing need for each other.

But all in all, we finished the trilo
Nancy The book junkie
Rating: 4.5/5

Review to come!
4.5 stars

Note: This review will contain slight spoilers for the Nameless series.

Wow, what a whirlwind this trilogy was! When I first picked up Nameless, I had no idea each book would leave me begging for more and that I would fall in love with its resilient characters, action-packed plot, and tremendous character growth. Jenkins is a great writer and catches readers up in this third book in no time. We’re preparing for war, though Zo and Gryphon both have secrets from the other that they’re wai
Jaime (Two Chicks on Books)
Nov 15, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I read this when I was a publicist for Month9Books. I loved it!
The series earned a 5-star sweep from me, which is rare. But I loved it. The characters, the romance, the friendships, the discoveries, the suspense, the action ... it had it all.

Review to come!

*Note: I will do my best to avoid major spoilers, but as this is the third in a trilogy, that might not always be possible. Just know that going in :) Also, you can read my reviews for Nameless and Clanless first if you’d like.

I cannot tell you how loudly I squealed when I got the email from Shannon at Month9Books asking if I’d like to read and review an early copy of this book. I don’t think I’ve ever responded to an email so quickly! It’s quite possible my response was just, “gimme gimme gimme
Dani (Dani Reviews Things & Love in a time of Feminism)
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Rating: 4.5 stars

You know when you pick up the next book in a series you love, and it’s just such a relief to be back in that world? Like you can let go of a breath you’ve been holding? That’s what it was like opening up Fearless. After stealing my emotions in Nameless, then keeping me going in Clanless (though not as well as in the first book), I have been waiting for my beautiful Gryphon to live happily ever after for so long
Emily White
Sep 08, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: young-adult, 2018
This was one of those books where I got near the end and thought, "She can't possibly wrap it all up in this little time!" But she did a very good job. The characters and the conflict in this series are excellent. ...more
I really enjoyed this trilogy even though the world-building is not the greatest, even by book 3. But the adventure is good, the relationships are good, the stories are good. I really liked the sense of found family in this book in addition to the true family relationships. In this tough, hard world, family is so necessary and I enjoyed watching them grow and shape. I liked having the epilogue, seeing where Gryphon, Zo, Joshua, and Tess ended up, how their lives to turned out. The surprise revea ...more
Sep 27, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: reviewed
There are things I like about this book, and there are things I don't.

The story-line is painfully predictable, and every "twist" was so obvious that I could see it from a mile away (i.e. many chapters away? idk).
The overused and cliched tropes made me wonder why was I even reading this book.
And besides all this, we have plot-holes, typos, "Mary Sue" characters, and toxic masculinity as well.

Nevertheless, the author knows how keep the reader reeled in and to keep them engrossed. I, for one, could
Ivusha (Tenebien)
3.5 stars
Better than the middle book, which suffered from the second book disease. :-)

I quite enjoyed this series overall, but can't look away from all the flaws. The time line needs some polishing, editors should do better job, because having a character who died in the second book suddenly appear in the last part of the third one is laughable. (Yes, it was a typo on the author's side, but c'mon!) Also, the difference between barley and barely is quite huge. :D
And then there was the huge plot t
Rebecca Stalnaker
Oct 27, 2017 rated it really liked it
this story just keeps getting better!
Anneke Rondonuwu
Oct 10, 2019 rated it it was amazing
"There are so many things that reside outside of a man's courage, son. True courage is not measured in battles won. It is in finding the right course of action and following it, no matter the repercussions" - Commander Laden

I am damaged and broken from this book. I don't think i'll function well after finishing this. I think i need a sabbatical moment to recover, well at least i don't think i can read this genre for a while, until i sobered up.

This series really deserve more attention, people.
Mar 20, 2018 rated it really liked it
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Jan 31, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I have loved this series since the beginning. I have followed Zo and Gryphon through so much as well as seen them grow into the characters that they are. It almost feels as though they are my kids, or my cousins that I am watching grow and I am sad that this trilogy is over.

This book grips you right away. You pick up a little bit after where the second book left off and it throws you into suspense right away. You knew that Gryphon had his own set of plans at the end of the second book, but part
Lauren Nicole
Nov 04, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I can't believe it's over. I actually attempted to read this one slowly to try and prolong the inevitable end, which of course didn't work.

This last book of the Nameless trilogy might be the best one. That's a lie, they're equally wonderful, this one just resonated a little deeper in my soul. Jo is forced to cope with internal struggles while trying to navigate a true love so powerful she can't wrap her own head around it; while Gryphon spends his time fighting between the "honorable" thing and
To see my full review of this title, visit the So Few Books blog at: https://sofewbooks.blogspot.com/2017/...!

This final book in the Nameless series captures a lot of both the good and bad aspects of the first two books... Needless to say, there are a lot of twists and turns enroute to their final destination.

The Epilogue gives a view a little past the events of the main climax... But I would have appreciated a little bit more time spent here, especially as I would have like to hear how things
Aug 22, 2021 rated it it was amazing
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Lastashia May
Jan 01, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition

I loved this series so much! It’s like a small gem of a world that I was so happy to experience. This is a series I want to research and find out more about how it was made and where the ideas came from, as I do with any good series. I hope more people enjoy this precious jewel even though is like to keep it all for myself. I loved getting to know the characters and the culture that surrounded them. I also loved watching them break the cultural expectations that trapped and divided them
Dec 04, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Oh my gosh, so many emotions!!! 😱😭😍

Okay, I’ll try to make sense.

Honestly, I couldn’t put this book down. Every time I did I was aching to get back to it.
I have loved seeing everyone grow since the first book. All books are fast paced which makes it very entertaining to read.
There were deaths in this that broke my heart but they are going to war so it’s not like I didn’t see it coming.

If you get a chance to read this trilogy, DO IT!!!!!!!

Also, look up Aidan Turner who plays Poldark and picture
Kristy Mills
This was such a fantastic series. I know this is a review for the individual book but I can’t really think about just the last book without thinking about everything that led up to this book.

This story built and built to an awesome conclusion. I would absolutely recommend this to anyone who is interested. In fact I already have recommended to friends on Facebook and my own son. I loved this series and I want other people to experience it too. I don’t understand why it’s not more popular. Why am
Alysa Knight
Jul 05, 2019 rated it really liked it
These are such good books!!! In this one, a few things were predictable but then she turned around and there was a shocker as the "predictable" moment was revieled always keeping the reader interested! I love the world Jennifer Jenkins created! I want a side story to continue on with tess and her adventures! And gave, and also Raca and Murtog! There are so many ways that she could continue on in the world of nameless! I hope she considers it and keeps writing! ...more
Nov 07, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: fantasy, na
Ahh Gryphon, you sexy, awesome Ram you :) And Zo, loved her in this one. What I enjoyed: wrapping up the trilogy, hea, etc. What I disliked: the whole "lie to protect you cause I love you". The characters admit they hate having this done to them but they readily do this to others. ...more
Dec 06, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Action packed romance.

Never a dull moment. Action packed, and so romantic, AND stayed clean. Great combination. Lots of war scenes, so maybe not for young readers. But good for teen and older. What a great series.
Incredible job J. Jenkins!!
Jan 28, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I really enjoyed the Nameless series. The characters are well thought out and developed so that you fall in love with their story. I like the blend of old world with fantasy elements and recommend it to anyone who like Lord of the Rings, etc.
Apr 19, 2018 rated it liked it
I had loved this book right up until the last chapter. It just felt really unfinished and rushed to me and it could’ve been drawn out a bit more to make it feel more complete. The ending was so abrupt.
Sarah Cannon
This is definitely a kissing book. I'm a little tired of 17 year old girls who know exactly who they want to marry. Gryphon and Zo have serious communication issues. For all that, I did enjoy the book. It was a satisfying ending. Gryphon, Zo, Gabe, Joshua and Tess do not die at this time. ...more
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