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Publisher's Summary

The thrilling conclusion to the romantic adventure series that TeenVogue.com calls, a "Da Vinci Code-style thriller for teens".

Power balances on a knife's edge. Destiny is uncertain. And love is the most terrifying thing of all.

The Circle of Twelve is not who Avery though they were. Neither is Avery.

Her mother is dead. Betrayal and attraction and history have tangled the strings that bind her, Jack, and Stellan. And now, Avery and her friends must put aside their own problems and focus on putting a stop to the most dangerous conspiracy of all.

From London to Russia to Egypt, from the chill of underground crypts to the flash of paparazzi cameras, Avery West will finally have to confront whether her fate means salvation - or destruction.

©2017 Maggie Hall (P)2017 Listening Library

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Edge of my seat till the end!!!

The first book of this series had me hooked all the way till the end. So much so that I had to find a way to get it since my Public Library didn't have it yet. So worth it!!! The end was to be expected of strong characters shoved to a corner. You'll find out more when you check it out. I'm so glad that I listened to this book, the reader kept me hooked and brought it to life. It enhanced the experience for me, as if I was watching it play out before me. Can't wait for more!! AUDIBLE 20 REVIEW SWEEPSTAKES ENTRY

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the Map of Fates Trilogy by Maggie Hall

Nice tight trilogy and lots of fun to read! Thank you Maggie Hall! Excellent read

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Excellent

When I listened to the first book, I felt a it was a little cliche. YA fiction with a girl deciding between two boys while action ensues in the background? I've heard it before. However I'm a sucker for historical fiction and books that tie real events (historical or modern) into them. I also grew to really love the characters and the relationships among them. By the end of the 2nd book, I had subscribed to Maggie Hall's newsletter, longing for the day when the 3rd book was released. I think the ending of the ends of world was perfect and enjoyed every minute of the performance. Julia whelan does a nice job narrating in so many different accents!

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A captivating conclusion!

Julia Whelan's narration is beautiful, exhilarating, and captivating. I love Avery's growth throughout the series as she navigates the waters of loss, betrayal, and love.

Maggie Hall's world-building is stellar and intriguing. I was pleasantly surprised by all the mysteries and lies that were unraveled.

I'm sad to see the end of these character's story but am looking forward to more of Hall's work!

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This book dragged a bit.

I was looking forward to a fast paced novel to finish out the trilogy. Instead I found myself looking to see how many more hours until I'd be done and have a resolution. Avery repeats herself again and again. She goes over the same thoughts and feelings multiple times. I just felt, "I get it already, move on with the story."

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A great story!!

I have been impressed with this trilogy by Maggie Hall since I discovered it last year!! The third book does not disappoint. I hope she brings these characters back again.

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Great ending to great trilogy

I couldn't wait to read the final book in this series!! However, I was conflicted because I love the story so much, I didn't want it to end. Julia did such an excellent job narrating this series! The way 'Stellan' says "Kuklachka" makes me melt!! This story is packed with action, adventure, and romance. Even though I had a hard time choosing between Jack and Stellan, I was happy with how Maggie ended this series, including a plot twist st the end.

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Loved it!!!

Amazing stories, amazing characters, amazing plot twists at every turn! I am just so sad that the book had to end! Thank you Maggie Hall for a beautiful thrilling historical story! I can see them making this a movie too! Loved it!

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Not 10/10, but 100/10

LOVED IT!!!! Is there going to be a fourth book? I want to find out SO bad what happens next.

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Who was the targeted audience?

I have to say upfront I'm not sure if what bothered me about this series the most was the narrator or the actual quality of writing.
In full disclosure while I managed to finish the first two books in hopes that the series would get better I couldn't push through to finish this one. The plot was simply too unrealistic and the decisions the characters made made no sense. For example, It would be said about one character that they were extremely loyal and then that character would make the decision to betray everyone they've been loyal to their whole lives because of a week old crush.

I was looking for a good summer read so I really wanted to like this series -adventurous but fun. I was disappointed with the mismatch of the writing style. The characters and the writing style seemed to be more for a young teen audience while the subject matter and message didn't seem appropriate for teens imho.
Between grisly beheadings and The message jumping from guy to guy at the drop of a hat or that making out with a guy you don't even care for can be used as a form of therapy when in mourning, seemed off.

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