How to Wake an Undead City: Beginner's Guide to Necromancy, Book 6 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Savannah has fallen to the vampires, and it’s up to Grier to take out their leader, Gaspard Lacroix, and restore peace. Lacroix might be more powerful and immune to her magic, but she’s got a plan. Too bad it’s got holes big enough for a new threat to waltz through while the city is on her knees.
Now Grier must risk her very soul if she hopes to slay her enemies and prevent her world from going up in flames. But salvation comes at a steep price, and she’s not the only one who will pay. The cost just might break her, and the man who owns her heart.
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|Listening Length||11 hours and 2 minutes|
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|Audible.com Release Date||June 25, 2019|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #83,187 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
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This is the big showdown between Grier and her vampire grandfather. But it's so much more than that. It's a continuation of her love story with Linus. It's a resolution to her journey with Boaz and Amelie. Questions from the past are answered. And so are questions about the future. (Like how are Grier and Linus going to make it work with their ties to two different cities??)
I don't want to spoil too much, but this book made me cry. It made me cheer. And it satisfied me in every way. I'm so excited about the novellas to take me through more of this HEA.
Would rec this series for fans of urban fantasy, especially if you enjoy a swoon-worthy love story woven in.
The end has come for The Beginner’s Guide to Necromancy. I’m sad to say goodbye to Savannah, Grier and company. It’s been a roller coaster ride of emotions and surprises.
When we left Grier and company, Savannah had fallen into the vampires hands.
In How to Wake an Undead City we finally get answers to questions, surprises that I didn’t see coming, and we see Greir come into her own. She still has a lot to learn, but with the help of friends and Linus at her side she’ll finally become what she was meant to be.
Edwards has a way of making you feel and care for all her characters from new to old. We see a resolution regarding Amelie and Boaz. I’m happy and grateful to have that done. And very pleased with how Grier dealt with both brother and sister. I was pleased to see how Linus and Grier’s relationship developed and how they plan to stay together. The author also treats use to battles mixed among moments of life. Last, we have a deadly vampire to stop. The ending delivered some unexpected twist and surprises. I was captured from begging to end!
This final novel answered questions, complemented the characters, and gave us closure, but also left the doors open for revisits. It also delivered the perfect setup for the spinoff series that begins with Shadow of Doubt. I’m happy and pleased with how The Beginner’s Guide to Necromancy series ends.
Rated: 4.5 Stars
So the sixth and final book of this series had a whole lot of story lines to wrap up and a few enemies to defeat. Here to say, this book delivered!
Last we left Grier, the master had made his move on Savannah, Grier and Linus were finally together, and she was struggling with how to understand her powers enough to beat the master.
I loved how this book progressed because it allowed us to see that in order to beat her enemies, first she had to beat her worst one - her own fear. This wasn’t something a spell or Linus or even Boaz could do for her. Simply, she had to do this to have any hope of saving Savannah and her beloved Woolly - not to mention all the people she loved who lived in Savannah.
My only suggestion to you is this - block out a nice chunk of time to read this because trust me, once you start, you’ll want to finish it in one go.
I’ll miss reading about Grier and Linus but sounds like there’s a spin off featuring Amalie so maybe we’ll get to see those two once in a while.
Great book, great finish! Five stars.
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Grier and Linus have a huge battle ahead of them, but with their friends and allies, it appears that nothing will stand in their way, but of course life never runs quite so smoothly as one would hope. So many people and events interfere in their plans and Grier has a lot of past to face!
Many questions were answered in this book, some with surprising answers; some answers were much needed too! I love these characters and am glad I have read this series after the epilogues and spin offs were published so I can jump straight into those ones too! I hope we get to see more of Lethe and Hood and their little offspring as well now!
This is one series I have thoroughly enjoyed and would highly recommend!