Numbers Raging: Numbers Game Saga, Volume 3

Narrated by: Stacey Glemboski
Series: Numbers Game Saga, Book 3
Length: 10 hrs and 28 mins
Categories: Teen & Young Adult
4.5 out of 5 stars (130 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

In this thrilling conclusion to the Numbers Game Saga, it's been 10 weeks since Treena returned to NORA. The council has rejected her war preparations at every turn, and Dresden is backpedaling on his promises. When he tells everyone the danger has passed and denies there was ever a threat, Treena's secret followers push her to unseat Dresden and take control - something she can't bear to consider now with NORA on the brink of war. Meanwhile, infighting at Vance's settlement is turning into violent unrest and the drought has made his settlement's future bleak. Joining NORA seems inevitable, but Vance refuses to give in...not with war looming over their cities. Not when it means putting his younger sisters in danger. When Treena goes overseas to plead for help, Vance is torn between his responsibilities and his heart. Together, Treena and Vance must navigate the political undercurrents of a strange new country, convince an indifferent world of their plight, and somehow stay together despite a prince's determination to tear them apart.

©2017 Rebecca Rode (P)2017 Rebecca Rode

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LOVED THIS SERIES...ITS SUPER GOOD!!!!!

Where does Numbers Raging: Numbers Game Saga, Volume 3 rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Its a good one...I would have liked more range in the narration...but its still really enjoyable!!!

What other book might you compare Numbers Raging: Numbers Game Saga, Volume 3 to and why?

This is a YA dystopian thriller with a little romance...there are many...but this a good one!!

What about Stacey Glemboski’s performance did you like?

She is good...but not great..her male voices need some work...

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes..and I practically did!

Any additional comments?

** I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review ** Treena returns to Nora and just wants to make things better...but with the current emperor..its not going to happen...people are getting ill in other settlements..there is conspiracy all around them..and no one takes Treena seriously..she will have to literally fight for the people to make things right, flee her home and start anew....but to her it was all worth it!! Great series...I recommend if you like dystopic YA!! I enjoyed all the books in the series very much!!!

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Great Conclusion

Ms. Rode did a great job wrapping up the series. Having finished the entire series, including the extra vignettes, Ms. Rode did a great job answering any questions outstanding regarding the world she created. This series is so very well thought out. I will say that of the books in the series, this is the one I felt was the slowest. There were a lot of politics and diplomacy and we all know that takes time. The characters and twists were ever present and that kept the story moving along and engaging. The series is well worth the time to read everything Ms. Rode provides. One can only hope that she continues with the new settlement and that the amazing Ms. Glemboski continues the voices we have all lovingly come to expect. I was provided with a free copy of this audio book for my honest review. The views expressed here are entirely my own.

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Wonderful ending to a great series

I loved getting to listen to the conclusion of this series and yet I'm sad to leave all the characters behind. I loved bringing Chan and Maizel back into the main story. It was great hearing about what they had been doing and what their part in the fight for freedom was. Hearing about all the drama between Treena and Vance and all their excitement throughout the story was amazing. Between Rebecca's words and Stacey's voice I was on the edge of my seat and loving every minute of it. Yes there were some sad parts, but it was still a wonderful book that I couldn't get enough of. I'm a bit sad to leave the Numbers World behind, but I am happy to have found out everything.

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OMG, what an ending!

Well... OK... I didn't see that coming! I love it when a book surprises me.

Packed with action this book held me enthralled from cover to cover (OK, well the audio equivalent anyway). Very little of the things that happened went how I was expecting them to, but all of it was exciting.

While this is a fabulous ending to the series I can't help but want more. I'm thoroughly attached to the characters and their world at this point.

The narration was excellent again, I love the delivery, it helped me get totally immersed in what was happening. Great character voice, conveyance of emotions, and a consistent delivery.

I received this book free from the narrator/publisher/author in exchange for an honest review.

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Great series

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Great conclusion to the series. I'm sorry to see it end. I enjoyed this book just as much as I did each book in the series including the novellas. Once again the story pulled me right in and held my complete attention from start to finish. It's just a creative entertaining, engaging and very enjoyable series with a great cast of characters. It had a great ending that didn't leave you hanging or have unresolved issues. I actually really like that it leaves it open for the possibility of more stories set in this world in the future. If the series does continue in any way it is one I would definitley be interested in.

Having just reads Richards story right before this one I did feel like the story was repeating in some areas. When Treena is reading Richards journal/diary.

It may be a fictional story but it holds some very thoughtful analysis of the world we live in. Chan has some very insightful and meaningful thoughts of the world and people in general in chapter 27. Their struggles and what they are fighting for makes you think of todays world.

Stacy Glemboski once again does a fantastic job with the narration. She was the perfect narrator for this series. Pleasant voice that is easy to listen to for long periods of time. Clearly spoken with a nice even pace. Really good character voices. She brought the story and characters to life through her narration. Very enjoyable.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and voluntarily provided this review.

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A seamless continuation of a great story!

Where does Numbers Raging: Numbers Game Saga, Volume 3 rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I really enjoyed this series. The characters and world building are so easy to understand and relate to. The world and circumstances are unique. I like it when there are new spins on dystopian stories.

Who was your favorite character and why?

I liked Ruby the most. Her experience, wisdom, and nature were an important part of the story.

Which character – as performed by Stacey Glemboski – was your favorite?

Stacey made each characters voice and manner unique. I love it when I find a narrator that can distinguish so many characters so well.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I listened to the first two books in the series again before I started on this one to refresh my memory. I spent a lot of time with these books this week.

Any additional comments?

Thank you, Rebecca and Stacey, for giving me a much-needed escape this week.

This audiobook was provided to me in exchange for an honest and unbiased review, courtesy of Audiobook Boom!

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It just went a little downhill

The series had a really good first book, then kind of went down hill from there. The second was very forgettable, literally, I honestly don't remember what happened in the second book. When it came to the third book, I really just read it out of principle, to finish the series. 75% of the book is spent building up to a war that was ultimately a little lackluster. Don't get me wrong, a lot happens during that war. There's gun fights, fighter jets, lots of people dying, sinister plots of assassination, and an intriguing battle among 3 different factions. A lots happening, and there's no lack of compelling scenarios. But the writing style is what brings it down. It's not as “visual” as I feel it could be, and seemed to have a very uneven pacing. Also, going back and forth between characters didn't really add to the readers insight, as it seems it should have, but rather only added to awkward pacing and (for me at least) made things a little hard to follow in the midst of everything else going on. Ultimately, it's not a bad conclusion to the trilogy. It just went a little downhill.

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Utopian goodness

This utopian trilogy is legendary. Liked it as much as hunger games and maze runner.

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Way better than number 2

I wasn't a fan of 2, I kept having to start and stop it, but this is probably the best book of the 3.

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Love it

I loved this book I jumped from divergent to this book and this is the best book ever

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  • Tony Bough
  • 09-10-17

Another great Numbers Game book

Would you listen to Numbers Raging: Numbers Game Saga, Volume 3 again? Why?

Yes. The other books are restricted to occurring in what amounts to America. This one sees Treena and the story going global. We have a lot going on and I will listen to it again to make sure I followed everything. That's not to say its difficult to follow and I enjoyed it so another listen will be great.

What did you like best about this story?

Treena's development as a character/person is something that we see through this and all of the books. I like seeing her become more confident. I really enjoyed the glimpse we got of the rest of the world as well and I'd love to see more of that.

Which character – as performed by Stacey Glemboski – was your favourite?

Treena on one hand because she's the main character and is a great character. Also Vance for the same reason. I would however give a shout out to Chan as a character because he's really interesting.

Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

It's more of an action book than an emotional one. I enjoyed it from start to finish. I loved the part in Liverpool and really liked the ending.

Any additional comments?

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.