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Read the final installment of the award-winning November Snow Series! November awakes to find a world that has changed more than she can comprehend. The human government now knows of the existence of supernatural creatures, and the fatal betrayal at the end of Book 2 has left her deeply grieving. A stubborn and painful injury threatens November's life as it saps her strengRead the final installment of the award-winning November Snow Series! November awakes to find a world that has changed more than she can comprehend. The human government now knows of the existence of supernatural creatures, and the fatal betrayal at the end of Book 2 has left her deeply grieving. A stubborn and painful injury threatens November's life as it saps her strength and suppresses her psychic abilities. Her old captor Luka has the sole power to heal her, and he is, of course, more than happy to use that fact to his advantage. November struggles to cope with both her ill health and her profound grief as she embarks on a supernatural road trip with the vampire world's most charming and dysfunctional family. She and her companions seek two treasures: an antidote to the poison that is slowly killing her, and an ancient fairy weapon known as "the scepter." A prophesy indicates that November may have to wield this object's great power, which always comes at a terrible cost. When the U.S. military threatens the peaceful supernatural/human community known as Eden, and her brother William works to provoke a war with the human race, November must decide if she is willing to pay the scepter's price. Friend and stranger alike may be doomed, unless . . . She Marches Through Fire. This story contains strong language, violence, and some sexual content. This is the second sequel to She Dies at the End, which was selected as a Bronze Medalist in the Readers' Favorite Book Awards, Supernatural Category Finalist in the IAN Book of the Year Awards Nominee for Rave Reviews Book Club Book of the Year Nominee in the category of Best Children's/Young Adult in the Hot off my Kindle Awards ...

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ISBN : 34198812
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Number of Pages : 279 Pages
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she marches through fire november snow book 3 Reviews

  • Shaheen Darr
    2018-10-15 23:22

    In this final instalment of the series, November Snow wakes up with a poisoned bullet in her leg. As she recalls the events that have brought her to this state she realises that for the antidote she will need the blood of her enemy, Luka. Moreover, after the missile attack humans are now aware of the existence of the supernatural beings. Will November succeed in bringing peace to Eden or will there be a price to pay? A.M.Manay proves that she is a master at creating an amazing story with a host of different characters, each with a very distinctive personality. The storyline has modern day scenarios except that instead of human beings, werewolves, fairies and vampires take the stage. I found the in-depth portrayal of these supernatural creatures particularly fascinating.For someone who is reading Book 3 it would be helpful to read the previous stories to fully tie all the threads together. But the book can be read as a standalone and there is a list of principal characters at the beginning of the book that helps the reader understand who’s who. Another superb story by this talented writer that will keep lovers of the supernatural genre well entertained!

  • Yvette Calleiro
    2018-09-24 22:24

    I could not put this book down! It had been a while since I had read book two of this series, but the minute I started reading. all of the characters' voices flooded my mind again. I absolutely loved this book! There was not a single dull moment.Oh, how I love to hate to love Luca! lol! The author truly brought justice to this character, and I am thrilled with how justice was served. He is such a dynamic character with so many rivets to his personality, but the core of him is solid, and very few bothered to reach that core. Raina and November did, and through them, we were able to better understand him.November...oh, how I both hated and loved her journey and fate. I don't like to giveaway spoilers, so I will control how I describe things. The author did a marvelous job in showing the growth of this character through the three books. In this book, November has accepted her fate and runs toward it as fast as her poisoned body will allow her to. At the same time, she struggles with her emotions - what they mean, how to face them, and whether to accept or reject them. I absolutely loved how the author handled this character. And as much as I hated the "almost ending," I also could not imagine it having ended any other way. It was the only logical solution and had to be done, but it still hurt like hell.Ilyn... I always hated him in the other books, but his ghost and past life redeemed him just a little bit for me. Lol! Those scenes were so tender and brought both peace and angst to November. The author was brilliant in the "jump" that was made (not giving it away). That was not expected and added so much depth to the story line.I hope that this is not the end of November Snow. I hope there are more adventures coming, but if it is the end of the series, it was an AMAZING series, and I am already telling others to read it! :-)

  • Eeva Lancaster
    2018-09-18 02:31

    Story - 6 stars if I couldTechnical - 3 starsIn the final book of The November Snow Series, November's maker is dead and she's back with her supernatural family. The refuge, Eden, is threatened, as well as the rest of the world, as William continues to gather human and supernatural creatures to his side in his great plan to control humanity.As with the previous books in the series, Manay's characters are so well developed each one sticks to your memory long after you've read the book. What I loved about She Marches Through Fire is Luka's character; how Manay shows the different, complicated sides of him. You can't help but understand and feel for this villain in the first 2 books. It shows that you cannot judge a person simply by looking at their actions; without knowing how they became that way. It also shows the power of love to change a person's perspective. Powerful stuff here. Luka's character progression is the highlight of this series, in my opinion.The latter part of the story was a pleasant surprise. I'm not sure I should say what that is. Just know that this part is what brings the series full circle. And the ending? Superb. A poignant and magnificent conclusion to a wonderful story.This series is a must-read. I'm kind of sad that it has ended. A continuation of the ending and a new series, perhaps?

  • D.L. Finn
    2018-10-13 20:39

    I was excited to read the final book of this amazing series—it was hard to put down. The story continues where book two left off. November finds her strength as a vampire emotionally and physically. I love how she softens the edges of some of the harder characters in this story. The idea of Eden hidden within our world was one of the many gems Ms. Manay offered us. Some of the surprise directions the story took were satisfying to read, and sad at the same time. I hope there is more ahead for these characters. This is a series I highly recommend to everyone who loves a well-told story and the paranormal. If I could give it more than five stars, I would!

  • Elaina
    2018-10-03 19:14

    The final instalment in the November Snow series doesn’t disappoint! If you’ve read the first two (and if you haven’t yet, get reading!) I know that you know you need to find out how it all ends. November is serious trouble, but this girl doesn’t know the meaning of surrender – she kicks butt.An excellent end to an intriguing series. You have to read all three!

  • Michael King
    2018-09-19 20:36

    Manay does not disappoint. In the final installment of this series, she continues to keep the plot and character development interesting and fresh as she brings November’s story to its conclusion. Looking forward to see what she writes next.

  • Shirley
    2018-09-17 03:15

    The Author Strikes Again!!,I fell in love with November Snow and Luka. The characters are endearing and developed well. Lots of suspense and drama throughout and you never know what's going to happen next. I feel there is more in store for Greg and can't wait to get to know him. The writing is paced enough to keep me interested. 5 Stars for this story. And what a questionable ending? My jaw dropped.

  • Ian Saul
    2018-10-11 19:32

    I've been waiting for the third November Snow book to arrive ever since I finished the second one. A.M. Manay knows how to bring a novel to its close in a crashing apocalyptic finish, and She Lights Up The Night left me hungry to find out what happened next.This book landed at an inconvenient moment for me, when I was overworked and under-rested and certainly didn't have time to go back and re-read the first two. As a result, it took me a bit to get the very large cast of characters straight, and I found myself grateful for the author's inclusion of a dramatis personae list at the book's start. I would highly recommend reading all three books in close proximity so that you can fully appreciate the rich array of individual and familial personalities and histories that the story is built around. But if, like me, you don't have the time to bolster a less-than-photographic memory by re-reading, the cast list will serve in a pinch.Moreover, November Snow's character provides the ultimate impetus and focus for the entire series, and while she spends the first part of this book recuperating from the devastating climax of the previous novel, for most of She Marches Through Fire, November is in top-notch form, perilously navigating a world of supernatural creatures centuries or millennia older than herself with a mixture of keen intelligence, heart, and sheer, stubborn perseverance. I won't go much into the plot ... if you're reading this review trying to decide whether to pick up the series, the answer is yes, and you need to immediately go get She Dies At The End. You won't regret it. Meanwhile, if you've read the other two and for some reason are on the fence about getting this one, you also won't regret it. It melds some of the best aspects of the earlier books, providing great payoff for the character arcs of the expansive cast that developed in the second book, but also recapturing some of the tight focus on November's perspective that made the first book so riveting. I had some stumbles at the beginning, reading it while exhausted after too many hours at work, but as the book hit its stride, it did what so many great books do, drawing me into its world so capably that my own would disappear for long stretches and leave me awash in an intensity of thought and emotion.Finishing it up this evening, I had tears in my eyes. The culmination of the series exquisitely blends pain and hope and determination into a manifesto of true beauty.

  • Stephanie Collins
    2018-09-24 02:26

    I fear I can't write much of a review today. It's too difficult to type through these tears that keep falling all over the keyboard. I waited for the release of this book with bated breath. The 28th of March just couldn't come fast enough, and life has provided entirely too many distractions since my frantic download the moment I woke that morning (feeding kids, cleaning the house, sleep - ALL are ridiculously overrated when there were precious pages to be read). I KNEW she would die at the end of the first book and I KNEW I had to prepare myself to say goodbye to this incredible cast of characters at the end of this book. Sadly - once again - knowledge did nothing to lighten the blow. With every passing page I simultaneously marveled over the genius of the words before me and fretted over the dwindling number of pages left ahead of me. Enough about my suffering; I suppose you want a few words about the story. Amazing. Phenomenal. Incredible. Entertaining. Beautiful. [Of course.] I don't know if I would want to know a person who couldn't absolutely adore this entire series. As I finish mourning my goodbyes to these characters I have come to know and love (and sometimes hate) and attempt to pull myself together to face life again, I offer a most sincere plea to Ms. Manay to be so kind as to spin another tale for us (and quickly). The world is truly a better place with her books in it for everyone to enjoy.

  • Pandora Spocks
    2018-09-25 21:20

    She Marches Through Fire, paranormal author A.M. Manay’s finale to her November Snow trilogy, opens where She Lights Up the Dark leaves off. Everything is in chaos, both the mortal world and the parallel world inhabited by the creatures of our nightmares. November’s injuries from the explosion are life-threatening and she’s forced to turn to her enemy for life-sustaining blood. As she begins to recover, she realizes that the question of whom to trust is as slippery as ever. And she finds herself having to make a gut-wrenching decision.This book is riveting from start to finish, and I mean to the very last word. As a matter of fact, I’ve decided to reread the entire trilogy from beginning to end. I can’t recommend She Marches Through Fire highly enough. 5 HUGE STARS!

  • Fionna Guillaume
    2018-09-17 01:17

    After having LOVED the first two books in the November Snow series, I couldn't wait to sink my teeth into the grande finale! She Marches Through Fire did not disappoint. In fact, I couldn't put it down!The second book leaves November in a vulnerable state, yet having revealed extraordinary powers no one completely understands. Impending war looms: between supernaturals and supernaturals; humans and supernaturals; not to mention family members. It was an incredibly tense place to leave November, and we pick up right in the midst of that unresolved drama.This book does a lot more than just 'wrap it up,' however. There's a lot to think about, in terms of what it means to be good and do right, the possibility of redemption (or lack thereof); sacrifice, loyalty, and forgiveness. While painting an optimistic picture, there is plenty of darkness revealed here, and it felt true to life. Or perhaps more accurately, lives...I heartily recommend the entire November Snow series. Pick up all three and read them right through to the end. It's worth the wait!

  • Karen Ingalls
    2018-09-25 02:37

    A very well written book following more of November Snow's journey through life as a vampire. There are a lot of characters (werewolves, fairies, vampires, and humans) to keep track of. I had some difficulty at times but the author did an excellent job reintroducing information and characters from two previous books. I marvel at the imagination and writing talent of Ms. Manay. Now I am anxious for the next book in this series.

  • Unofficial Book Club
    2018-10-05 20:19

    I have been awaiting the release of A.M. Manay’s final book in the November Snow series with equal parts excitement and dread. After She Lights Up the Dark ended with a (literal and figurative) bang, I have been dying to pick up where the story left off to see how November’s quest would end. Yet, at the same time, I didn’t feel quite ready to bid these characters farewell. Truth be told, I’m still not sure I am but I couldn’t have asked for a more fitting conclusion for our young heroine and her mismatched group of family and friends.In She Marches with Fire, A.M. delivers the fast-paced action that has been a hallmark of the previous two novels in the trilogy. What really stood out to me with this story, however, was the character development. Whereas the first two books had a more plot-based feel for me, this installment of the story was much more character driven. I loved the opportunity to gain entirely new perspectives, on Luka in particular. The shifting dynamics between him and November were deftly handled and often resulted in some of the most poignant moments of the book.Moments of closure for which I had really been hoping were present and accounted for and the epilogue was the perfect way to “end” this tale. A.M.’s writing is smart and the world she has created within her pages is both inventive and immersive. I’ve said it previously, but it bears repeating that even if paranormal reads aren’t in your wheelhouse, this series is well worth the risk of venturing into unfamiliar territory. À la prochaine, November!- Ashley

  • Stuart Kenyon
    2018-10-16 01:16

    Author Ms Manay had a tough job if she wanted to top book 2 of the November Snow Series, She Lights Up the Dark, especially given its climactic ending. However, she's done so in style: Book 3 is even smarter, even more compelling and even more powerful than its predecessor. Young vampire prodigy November begins proceedings in dire straits, poisoned by her new arch enemy, William. Robbed of her myriad powers, she must find an antidote, because so much more than her own life is at stake. The fate of the whole world, of humans and supernaturals alike, hangs in the balance, as a family dispute threatens to trigger all-out race war. November needs not only to regain her strength, but also to realise her full potential, the majority of which remains untapped. Characterisation is as sharp as ever, and the dialogue is wickedly humorous. Interplay between the unlikely allies is inspired, with bad-boy-forced-to-be-good Luka stealing most scenes. Most impressive for me is the novel's ambition. Time travel, teleportation, alternate realities, time freezes - somehow, Manay crams all of them into a book without slowing or confusing the plot. Furthermore, she manages to make a salient point about the era in which we live. There are too many Williams in the world today, but not enough Novembers, Guls or Savitas, and if we continue to allow the war-mongerers to enthrall us, dark days are ahead. Usually, books are plot-driven, character-driven or theme-driven. Rarely have I seen all three facets combined with such skill. I take my hat off to the author; SHE MARCHES THROUGH FIRE is an outstanding piece of literature.