The Bronzed Beasts (The Gilded Wolves, 3)

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Séverin’s betrayal has shaken his crew, possibly breaking their trust beyond repair. The end of his quest is in reach, saving Laila is around the corner, but first he must convince the mad Patriarch of the Fallen House that they’re on the same side and, an even more daunting task, convince Laila, Zofia, and Enrique that he did what he did to save them. Meanwhile, the others go to Venice with only a handful of clues to help them find Séverin, because even though they don’t trust him, he’s the only chance they have to save Laila, and time is running out.

As the conclusion to The Gilded Wolves, The Bronzed Beast brings the story to a satisfying end. Yet, I found myself a bit disappointed by how it ended. Séverin’s on a power trip and doesn’t see how his actions hurt the others or break their trust in him. Much of the story is about that and how, as horrible as things have been for the crew, the only thing that can possibly fix it is each other. I loved the character growth spanning the whole trilogy. The story is heartbreaking from the first page to the last and I enjoyed every minute of it.

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Author Roshani Chokshi
Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 400 pages
Publisher Wednesday Books
Publish Date 21-Sep-2021
ISBN 9781250144607
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Issue December 2021
Category Young Adult