I liked this book and my review is mostly of praise. I found that the plot was very
interesting and kept me intrigued most of the way through the story. I found that the plot hooked the reader. I would not let go until the end of the book. When you start, you wonder what would happen next in the book. I found the characters to have vivid personalities as usual, each with their own unique background. When reading the description of each character, you get a view of what the author meant for the characters to look like. The other books in the series like The Revenge of
Seven were confusing at some parts but I found that this book went back on track.
In my opinion, this book was by far the best book in the Lorien Legacies series because I found that not only was this book the most interesting of the five books
but was also the one that actually stayed on track. I would give this book 4.5 out of 5 stars.

The Revenge of Seven is the fifth book in the Lorien Legacies book series. It follows directly from The Fall of Five and alternates between the lives of Four, in an abandoned factory in Baltimore with Mogadorian traitor Adamus, Malcolm, Sarah, Sam, Bernie Kosar and the Chimæra that Adam had rescued. Six, with Marina and Nine, still in the Everglades; and Ella, who has awoken to find herself onboard a Mogadorian ship called the Anubis, in the custody of Setrákus Ra.

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