Send Me Their Souls is the final novel in the Bring Me Their Hearts series, and it was, without a doubt, amazing.
Wolf has always done a fantastic job with her world-building in this series but in Send Me Their Souls, Wolf is sending these characters on a quest that delves into it.
Wolf is taking readers on an adventure with this novel, sending them to every corner of the continent, basically as they try to figure out a way to stop Varia and her army of Valkeryx. Zera and her companions go to Windonhigh, the Black Archives, and Pala Alma, taking readers on an adventure. These places only hinted at before are explored in great detail. The reader sees themselves in the underground city of the Beneathers, built out of rock and gemstone; they see the glass trees roots all through Windonhigh and the great library of the Black Archives.
Wolf builds off the foundation she has already established, giving the finale a bigger world to explore and allowing the adventure to capture the character’s attention, raising the tension and strengthening those dynamics between them. Wolf’s attention to detail is brilliant and leaves no room for disappointment.
As with the previous books, Send Me Their Souls follows Zera, who continues to be excellent. Zera is a Heartless, a girl without a created by the magic of a Witch. Moreover, as with the previous novels, Zera’s wit leaves no room For disappointment.
The one thing that has made this series and this novel so exceptional is Zera’s portrayal. She is tenacious, fierce, and narcissistic while also being witty, intelligent, and compassionate. Zera is a wholly unique character who has gone on an incredible journey. It is fun to follow her around, to read her snarky comments, and see her interact with the other characters. Her personality jumps off the pages, making her incredible.
Wolf also ensured that the dynamics were on point. Zera, Lucian, Fione, and Malachite have gone through so much. They were friends turned enemies and have now become family. There has been such a huge development between the characters that makes them strong and engaging. Some of the best moments occur between Zera and Malachite, whose humorous banter livens up the pacing, creating a happy read.
Send Me Their Souls in such a rich and thoughtful novel. Once again, I would like to extend my thanks to Entangled: Teen for giving me a copy of this book to read and review. This is a novel that perfectly concludes the series, bringing everything to a cohesive, action-packed, and climatic ending.
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|Pub Date: November 3, 2020||Page Count: 416pp||Age Range: 14 & Over|
|ISBN: 978-1-6828-1507-6||Publisher: Entangled Teen||List Price: $18.99|