The epic conclusion to Ann Aguirre's USA Today best-selling trilogy.
The horde is coming. Salvation is surrounded, monsters at the gates, and this time, they're not going away. When Deuce, Fade, Stalker and Tegan set out, the odds are against them. But the odds have been stacked against Deuce from the moment she was born.
She might not be a Huntress anymore, but she doesn't run. With her knives in hand and her companions at her side, she will not falter, whether fighting for her life or Fade's love.
Ahead, the battle of a lifetime awaits. Freaks are everywhere, attacking settlements, setting up scouts, perimeters, and patrols. There hasn't been a war like this in centuries, and humans have forgotten how to stand and fight. Unless Deuce can lead them. This time, however, more than the fate of a single enclave or outpost hangs in the balance. This time, Deuce carries the banner for the survival of all humanity.
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Fitting Conclusion to the Series
I like that Horde, the third and final book in the Razorland trilogy, ended properly! There were no loose ends (like the Delirium trilogy), no sudden or unpleasant surprises (like the Divergent trilogy), and no wishy-washy finales (like Sookie Stackhouse). That is not to say that there weren't any twists or surprises, but everything wrapped up nicely, without seeming false or colour-by-numbers.
Honestly, this wasn't my favourite YA series, but I did enjoy it and fans of Enclave and Outpost will absolutely LOVE it. Ann Aguirre did a great job of wrapping everything up in a satisfying way, and the epilogue was a nice touch.
Emily Bauer brings a good balance of naïveté and toughness to Deuce's character.
No, but that's just me, personally. As I said earlier, this wasn't my favourite series and I wasn't as in to it as I have been with other series. That doesn't mean it wasn't a good listen or a good book. Fans of the series will love Horde. I enjoyed it too.
I have been listening to this series with my pre-teen daughter and, though it's been a bit gory in spots and there have been sexual references that went over my daughter's head, I haven't really had to censor much. Horde DEFINITELY has some step-above-PG13 moments, so parents take note. It's still pretty tame compared to a lot of what is out there, but the romance factor is ramped up quite a bit compared to the other two books.
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