Read Lazarus, Vol. 3: Conclave Online Free - In a dystopian near-future, government is a quaint concept, resources are coveted, and possession is 100% of the law. A handful of Families rule, jealously guarding what they have and exploiting the Waste who struggle to survive in their domains. Forever Carlyle defends her family's holdings through deception and force as their protector, their Lazarus. The 16 Families have gathered together in the exclusive luxury confines of Triton One to resolve the emerging conflict between Carlyle and Hock, and they've brought their Lazari with them. While Forever's romance with the Morray Lazarus, Joacquim, continues to blossom, she finds herself not only questioning her identity, but also her loyalty to her Family and her father, Malcolm, when orders her to kill her brother, Jonah. Collecting issues #10-15 of the critically acclaimed, New York Times bestselling series and the third story arc, "Conclave."
|Title||:||Lazarus, Vol. 3: Conclave|
|Number of Pages||:||144 pages|
October 31, 2017
Actual rating: 4.78 stars. It's Choko Rating Time (CRT™) again!
I wasn't going to write a review for this one. Because so many reviews, so little time and all that crap. But this series is shrimping amazing. And this instalment is the mostest awesomest one so far. And you know what makes it super...
April 01, 2015
Now THAT'S how you do a sword fight!!
This series is really catching its stride and this volume, by the end of it, turns everything ass over teakettle. I have really enjoyed how all three books in this series have all had their own little vibe going on. This latest volume is just as great if not t...
May 13, 2016
Binge-reading Lazarus today! Why? I'm not sure. First volume focused on rich family Carlyle and their biologically-engineered Lazarus Forever. Then we meet some of the Waste in the second one. Now in the third we are back to a kind of war brewing between two families, ho hum, but some more intere...
August 17, 2015
So, this book is FABULOUS. I read this as soon as I possibly could after reading the second and first volumes because I just loved both of them, and this was excellent. Whilst volume 2 focused a little more on the wider world and some of the other characters within the world, this one takes us ba...
July 30, 2015
3.5+ stars rounded up.
So this third volume of the momentum-gaining Lazarus picks up with the introduction of all the rest of the families who rule the world. We get an intro page on the alliances and enemies, much like East of West, but this is far less drug fuelled than Hickman's crazy shit.
March 20, 2015
If you're not reading Lazarus, you should be.
This third volume only takes place over a few days, but it turns the entire series on its head as all of the conflicting families come together for the titular Conclave, and the direction of the series changes drastically. We get to learn more about th...
February 22, 2015
Glad I stuck with this. It's continuing to be a really good read. It's not always at the top of my pile, but I enjoy it whenever I do get to it.
Were East of West is more of crazy-western look at a dystopian future, this bares a slight more realism to it.
There's also a really cool sword fight in...
May 27, 2016
I'd been waiting a long time for Lazarus: The Second Collection, which collects this volume as well as Lazarus, Vol. 4: Poison, and it was worth the wait. Greg Rucka's script is smart and Michael Lark's art is realistic and gritty. On the first read-through, I was really drawn into the story and,...
December 30, 2015
This series is back on track after the second volume, which I believe was a misfire. It wasn't focused enough on Forever, who clearly is the heart of this series. I appreciated the storyline of all the Lazari meeting together for their conclave. Interesting contrasting their personalities with Fo...
March 22, 2016
I want that last fight scene turned into a movie :)
EDIT: That was my original comment from the first time I read it, last April. It still applies :)