Read Seven Trees of Stone Online Free - Just when Luke thinks he’s left Deadside—and Dunbarrow—behind, he finds himself back where it all started as the two worlds violently collide in a riveting finale.
Now that last year’s nightmare is in the past, Luke and Elza have started college, and Luke’s mum has moved on, too, with a new boyfriend named Darren. Life is returning to something like normal — until Luke and Elza spend New Year’s Eve at Darren’s cottage and find themselves transported to the forest near Dunbarrow with no knowledge of how they got there. Gray fog is spreading through town, the sky is awash with green light, and something is clearly very wrong: a great spirit from Deadside, known as the Barrenwhite Tree, has broken open the gateway between the living and spirit worlds, leaving Dunbarrow to be taken over by the world of the dead. Together with Luke’s old friends from school, who seem oddly unaffected by the plague of insanity unleashed on the town, Luke and Elza need to find a way to close the gateway while they still can. Not only that, but the devilish Mr. Berkley is abroad in Dunbarrow with an agenda of his own — and he hasn’t forgotten Luke’s debt to him.
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September 12, 2017
Actual rating 3.5 stars
The return of the un-dead can often be almost comical, in the media, and a topic I don't find particularly terrifying. And yet here, the melodrama of the situations were kept at a low and Hunt added suspenseful and elongated scenes before every moment of action to heighten...
May 22, 2017
I won this novel in a goodreads drawing.
A bunch of yobbos go out into the woods, and try to deal with the devil.
Not bad. Some really creepy moments, the quiet horror before it really gets going.
October 16, 2017
An epic ending to this brilliant series. Deeply dark and twisted in a wonderfully original way. I thoroughly enjoyed them and would recommend to all fans of YA horror and fantasy.
May 13, 2017
I was lucky enough to read an ARC of this book and finished it in one day - it was an enthralling finale to the trilogy. Questions I didn't even realize I had were answered and I enjoyed seeing more of characters that had been part of Luke's life before he inherited his father's Host. I am going...
June 30, 2017
Please keep in mind that this review is written from an Advance Reading Copy and is not the final product.
A fantasy and an incredible adventure for teens and young adults (as well as this grandmother!)
A couple of young college students are about to witness an extremely unusual event. Will they...
June 18, 2017
what is cool about this trilogy that it jump into action very fast, and in this one it was not an exception, that plot is interesting and all, and it has good twists, but I have a problem with the ending, the idea in itself is cool, but it some how weakened the novel, it was rushed in the end , a...
July 04, 2017
What an astonishingly good ending to a deeply interesting and exciting series. This series is one of the better things that Netgalley has given me, and one that I am truly grateful for. It started with a 'oh that might be interesting' and ended with 'this series has me in its thrall and I can't l...
October 26, 2017
I'm so glad I had bought both 8 Rivers and this, because I was desperate to dive straight into the last in the trilogy as soon as I'd finished the second book.
It's written in the same first person style that many YA books share, which lends it an immediacy and also a sense of real involvement in...
September 15, 2017
Good, solid ending to the trilogy. Tons of action, tons of suspense, and really good plotline. Even for a fantasy, nothing seemed overly forced or overly convenient. Of course there were a few instances of thinking, "well, they got lucky that just happened to work out," but that's inescapable for...
June 03, 2017
I received this as an advance copy in exchange for a honest review from librarything.
When I received this book to review I was unaware that it was a book in a series.
It is hard to follow if you haven't read the previous books. so much of the story is built and I imagine explained in previous boo...