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Publisher's Summary

Rich in suspense and brimming with adventure, the New York Times best-selling Underland Chronicles unfold the fate of the Underland and the great warrior, Gregor. Suzanne Collins is also the author of the best-selling Hunger Games trilogy.

Everyone has been trying to keep Gregor from seeing the final prophecy, The Prophecy of Time. It calls for the warrior's death, that warrior being Gregor, of course. Now, an army of rats is quickly approaching and Gregor's mom and little sister Boots are still in Regalia. The entire existence of the Underland is in Gregor's hands and time is running out. There is a code that must be cracked, a new princess to contend with Gregor's burgeoning dark side, and a war designed to end all wars.

In this suspenseful final installment in the acclaimed Underland Chronicles, Suzanne Collins unfolds the fate of the Underland and the great warrior, Gregor the Overlander, in a manner that can only be described as masterful.

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Loved the series but the ending is a huge letdown!

This series is wonderful but I have to wonder what on earth Suzanne Collins was thinking when she wrote this ending...It is terrible, it's like she got tired of writing and just decided to stop! I wont say more because I dont want to spoil it for anyone else but PLEASE Ms. Collins...write a 6th book!

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More Gregor Wanted

Would like to see Gregor and company in about ten years. His families situation, mrs. Cormasy, the new bonds and allies in the underworld and how Gregor has adjusted to high school and possible college with his rager powers

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If you liked the others in the series, you will like this one too. Fair warning, it gets darker the farther you read in this series, so be mindful with kid readers. Also, I felt like the ending got away from her. I wasn't expecting a fairytale happy ending, but there wasn't much of one. It is an issue I've noticed with this author before. Still worth reading, just don't expect it to get wrapped up.

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Great book, bad ending.

The book is soooooooooooooooo good such a great plot, but the ending is not very good at all.

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Not for a 9 year old

I bought this series to listen to with my 9 year old girl, but although I like it very much and may recommend it for her in 2 or 3 years, I thought it was too violent for her.

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A cure for my hunger games hunger!

Where does Gregor and the Code of Claw rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I was prepared to be disappointed in this book because the Hunger Games series was just so darn good. How could Suzanne Collins possibly have had a whole series published before the phenomenon, that I'd never heard of, that was good?? Well, this was excellent and had me hooked in under a minute.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Gregor and the Code of Claw?

When the crawlers spoke for the first time with their unique syntax and cadence! "Princess you be, princess!"

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I am addicted! I've read the whole series. Love, love, love!

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Gregor and. Boots

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For sure great story

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This book is awesome but the war scenes and some scenes may not be for kids they are quite violent and descriptive. So this may be a no no if you don't let your kids watch violent bloody movies, it has good character development and it's been written in a typical suzanne Collins style. Good read

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Best children’s fantasy ever written

Here’s the thing. There are a lot of books out there but few are genuine in the way that Suzanne Collins can write. There is no good or bad characters there is just a perpetual grey to everyone. But adding to the honesty there is a vibrant world and a depth of character that drew me into the plot with ease.

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Again, one of my favorite books. I will keep this around for years to come.

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A great finale

First time I read this series was in 5th grade, now I’m 23 listening to the audio book. Didn’t remember most things, and definitely didn’t remember how good it was.

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  • 06-21-15

Addictive

Loved these stories, utterly enjoyable, great characters and narrator
Was not ready for it to end

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  • 02-20-21

Loved it!

Just a great as the others in the series.. didn't want it to end! It had a brilliant story with twists and turns. I would 100% recommend!

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  • 01-20-21

Brings Real Social Justices to Light

I’m in awe at how Suzanne took horrendous events within our history and made it apart of this series. Like the Mice being gassed and blamed for the plague in which it wasn’t their fault at the hand of a powerful and persuasive dictator (Hitler and the Jews) and how Sandwich wiped out and entire species to rid them of the land that was traditionally theirs for centuries (The British Invasion of Australia and the slaughter of the Indigenous People)
Truely amazing.