The Reckoning

The Reckoning My name is Chloe Saunders I m fifteen and I would love to be normal But normal is one thing I m not For one thing I m having these feelings for a certain antisocial werewolf and his sweet tempered b

  • Title: The Reckoning
  • Author: Kelley Armstrong
  • ISBN: 9780061992032
  • Page: 231
  • Format: ebook
  • My name is Chloe Saunders I m fifteen, and I would love to be normal.But normal is one thing I m not.For one thing, I m having these feelings for a certain antisocial werewolf and his sweet tempered brother who just happens to be a sorcerer but, between you and me, I m leaning toward the werewolf.Not normal.My friends and I are also on the run from an evil corporation thaMy name is Chloe Saunders I m fifteen, and I would love to be normal.But normal is one thing I m not.For one thing, I m having these feelings for a certain antisocial werewolf and his sweet tempered brother who just happens to be a sorcerer but, between you and me, I m leaning toward the werewolf.Not normal.My friends and I are also on the run from an evil corporation that wants to get rid of us permanently.Definitely not normal.And finally, I m a genetically altered necro mancer who can raise the dead, rotting corpses and all, without even trying.As far away from normal as it gets.

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    About "Kelley Armstrong"

    1. Kelley Armstrong

      Kelley Armstrong has been telling stories since before she could write Her earliest written efforts were disastrous If asked for a story about girls and dolls, hers would invariably feature undead girls and evil dolls, much to her teachers dismay All efforts to make her produce normal stories failed.Today, she continues to spin tales of ghosts and demons and werewolves, while safely locked away in her basement writing dungeon She s the author of the NYT bestselling Women of the Otherworld paranormal suspense series and Darkest Powers young adult urban fantasy trilogy, as well as the Nadia Stafford crime series Armstrong lives in southwestern Ontario with her husband, kids and far too many pets.

    363 thoughts on “The Reckoning”

    1. June 2010- if derek and chloe do not get together in this book, i think i just might die. really.September 2012- I'm always so disappointed when I finish this series. Like, "But what do you mean it's over? We were just getting into some major character development" disappointed. I almost wish this series was turned into a tv show just because I like the characters so much.


    2. The Reckoning is the final installment to Kelley Armstrong’s Darkest Powers Trilogy. If you haven’t read The Summoning and The Awakening, I would advise you not to read this installment until you have. The Darkest Powers’ world is constantly evolving and Armstrong doesn’t waste her time catching readers up to what they should already know, which I have to admit, is part of what I love about her writing.I devoured this book. Read it in one setting even and I was glad to see The Reckoning [...]


    3. I don't understand why soooo many of my friends loved this book and I just liked it. Sigh. . .I mean don't get me wrong, I totally love all of the characters in these books. I especially love Derek and Chloe and FINALLY for like two seconds at the end they kiss. Some things were answered about the supernaturals and just when they thought they might have some help, it's all cray again. There is a part where one of the ladies was going to mention something about Chloe's pendant changing colors and [...]



    4. I'm not going to spoil the story for you but there are plenty of good bits, in fact I noted down my favourite pages to do with Chloe and Derek: 125, 225, 242, 292, 371-2 and 390. The part in the woods with the werewolves was excellent, my eyes were glued to the pages. I love how Chloe and Derek are determined to protect each other at great risk to their own lives. This may be a young adult trilogy but it didn't always feel like it, in a good way of course. Derek calling Chloe on her mistakes and [...]


    5. The. Best. Friggin'. Series. I've. Read. In a long long long long long (you get the picture) time. I was thrilled. Super-excited. Impressed. So glad someone restored my faith in believing there could still be good books in the world. Thank you, Kelley Armstrong. You did great.I can't express with words how superb this book (and series) was. Everything about this book appealed to me. The likeable characters, the imaginative plot, the way how the love triangle was portrayed, even though it wasn't [...]


    6. not with a bang but a whimper(I wouldn't normally write such a lengthy review for a book that disappointed me as much as this one (why waste any more time on it!?) - but the more I got to thinking about the issues I had with this book, yet more and more troubling issues kept occurring to me, and the angrier I became the review just grew and grew. Sorry.)Unlike the previous two installments of the Darkest Powers Series, which are driven both by plot and character development, The Reckoning is dri [...]


    7. As seen on The ReadventurerI love Kelley Armstrong. I love her adult "Women of the Otherworld" series. I do not love her YA books, I think they are just OK reads, with overabundance of action but lacking actual plot and satisfying story resolutions. The same applies to this final book in the Chloe Saunders trilogy.Most likely, if you enjoyed "The Summoning" and "The Awakening," I expect you will like "The Reckoning," because it's basically more of the same - the same running around scenarios wit [...]


    8. Okay, okay, okay. Four stars.See, I enjoy these books while reading them, and its not until afterwards that I realize their faults. I get sucked into the easy writing and run-and-hide plot. Its certainly a good way to spend a few hours. This series could have been one book, because really, the plot of these books is pretty much running, hiding, moments of sexual tension, and the occasional revelation. Take a cheese grater to this series, and you might just have one excellent YA paranormal. If yo [...]


    9. Derek and Chloe have such a connection! I really hope they do something about it in this book!!!!! Make out. Do the Do BUT DO SOMETHING!!!! lol


    10. I cannot wait for this book. I just finished the first 2 and they were amazing!!!! I love Derek and ChloeSorry Simon. I also just got done reading the first 3 chapters of this one, it's gonna be GREAT!!!


    11. My review can also be found on Reading Lark: readinglark/2012/0LOVED IT!!The Reckoning, the third book in the Darkest Powers trilogy, starts off with intensity and ends triumphantly. And all good stuff in between!Unfortunately, it's going to be hard to write a review without some spoilers but I'll try to keep the major ones out.Where the first two books lacked in a bit of romance, it was made up for in this book! Chloe and Derek's budding romance was such a refreshing change from the typical *go [...]


    12. 29/4/2017The last time that I read this, I gave it five stars. And, like, I still love this book. But LOLOLOLOL it's not even CLOSE to being a five star book by my current standards. Anyway. It's a solid ending to the series. I love seeing Chloe realise that her powers are way more badass than most necromancers. I love seeing Derek struggle with transforming for the first time, with his feelings for Chloe, with SIMON'S feelings for Chloe, and with having to go up against adult werewolves who kno [...]


    13. Wow, just wow! First let me begin by saying that this is one of my favroite series's that i've read. I loved it and each book had gotten better and better. If you haven't read this series then i suggest you do so. Now!This has to be my fave book in the trilogy. It had everything. Action, romance, humor.everything i've come to love about the Darkest Powers Trilogy. The characters are incridible as usual. I loved joining Chloe, Derek, Simon, Tori, Liz and sooo many others on their journey. It's ch [...]


    14. OMG! Can't wait for this to come out!!The nail-biting climax to Kelley Armstrong's bestselling YA series. Chloe Saunders is fifteen and would love to be normal. Unfortunately, that's not going to happen. First of all, she happens to be a genetically engineered necromancer who can raise the dead without even trying. She and her equally gifted (or should that be 'cursed'?) friends are on the run from the evil corporation who created them. To top it all, Chloe is struggling with her feelings for Si [...]


    15. inbetweenwritingandreading.bloThis book was just the right amount of EVERYTHING. As a matter of fact: It. Was. Perfect.Action. Mystery. Fear. Romance. Passion. Truths. Not-wanted truths. And Trouble. Lots of trouble.All of this and more is poured into the pages of The Reckoning, soaking every page of it. This book was a little bit more focused to the relationship between Chloe and Derek, but still keeping up with all the action. It was really fun and trilling to see Chloe struggle with her power [...]


    16. 4 starsWhoo! Finally! I finally finished The Reckoning! Again, I'm reminded of the memories of the time I enjoyed reading the Darkest Powers trilogy. And now that I finished re-reading them, I have nothing but bliss from reading them.So, The Reckoning. I'll be honest, it's been years since I last read the book and most of my memories of it were a bit shady. I remember the end, but the beginning and the middle were a blur to me. I thought there was a lot of action in the beginning, but apparently [...]


    17. Possibly 3.5 stars? It was good, I had a lot of fun reading it and more than a few laughs and it was definitely an all together nice way to spend my time the last few days. I would certainly recommend it to anyone with a plan to sit curled up with a book and a cup of coffee for a while.But it wasn’t fantastic. It wasn’t a I’m-likely-to-reread-these-some-day series. More a one time fling. And that’s perfectly okay, certainly no skin off my nose. Not every single series can be earth-shatte [...]


    18. 3.5-Really strong 'conclusion' to the series, because according to the author, "The Reckoning is the last book in the trilogy, not the last in the series. It only wraps up the major plotline introduced in The Summoning. It is not intended to tie off every minor plot thread and retire the characters". Not sure how I feel about that, but I think there is some potential here and I trust this author enough to go with it (for now). Chloe and Derek are adorable, and I always enjoy Armstong's character [...]


    19. *3,9/5 stars*“You know children, always playing with the forces of darkness.”Surprisingly, I loved The Reckoning more than I thought I would. There was little bit of everything - action and fight scenes, superpowers, friendship, romance and of course, some cool necromancer stuff.I especially liked Chloe's change through this series. From fragile little girl who was afraid to even voice her own opinion to this determined necromancer who wasn't afraid to say no anymore.“Great. So if I saw a [...]


    20. I devoured this book.Read it in one setting even and I was glad to see The Reckoning took us back to The Summoning eerie roots. MY review for :->The Summoning(Book 1)->The Awakening(Book 2)The Reckoning, the third book in the Darkest Powers trilogy, starts off with intensity and ends triumphantly. And all good stuff in between!Where the first two books lacked in a bit of romance, it was made up for in this book! Chloe and Derek's budding romance was such a refreshing change from the typica [...]


    21. Mijn god, dit einde! Te gek, zo ontzettend spannend ;) Wat heb ik ontzettend van deze serie genoten! Kelley, bedankt voor alles!


    22. Can't wait because the last one leaves you hanging something terrible!!! If you haven't read the series, you must. It's good.


    23. "You need your sleep. Roughing it out isn't going to impress anyone. It's just stupid."Ah, Derek. Always so encouraging. The sarcasm is real with this one. ;DI told myself Simon was wrong. I'd never be dumb enough to fall for Derek. But I had. With him so close, my stomach kept doing weird little flips. It wasn't fear. It hadn't been fear for a while.I wasn't horrified and disgusted. What I saw wasn't some guy puking and grotesquely contorting. I saw Derek, in unbelievable agony and scared out o [...]


    24. I loved this book (the whole series actually). I would hate to have necromancy as my superpower, but Chloe handles it great - well, most of the time. She was just idiotic when there was a ghost or dead body nearby and decided to "stick it out". But I loved her and derek's relationship. He was supposed to be the "jerk" but I never really saw him that way - even in the beginning. I guess he just wasnt the typical friendly, cute, Im gonna chase after this girl until she finally gives in and says ye [...]


    25. Reseña en el blog: librosdelcieloTal vez no sea uno de esos finales en los que ha acabado todo y ya viven felices para siempre pero ha sido un final y me ha gustado. La trilogía en general ha sido un vicio y ahora no sé que haré con mi vida


    26. 4.5 y solo porque ese final quedó demasiado abierto , necesito otra parte mas para saber que sucedió con ellos.


    27. I would not have liked the Darkest Powers series had I not had all three books to read back to back. It's not that I have no patience. I do have a modicum of patience. I keep it in a jar on my desk. No, the problem with reading the Darkest Powers spaced out over the course of the three years they were published is pretty closely aligned with the problem I'm going to have reviewing them. The three books more or less equate one story. There are very few small arches to these books, the first two b [...]


    28. 3.5One of those books that you can't help saying "Aw, well isn't that sweet" when you finsih it and genuinely mean it. Still had plenty of issues with it. However, compared to the first two, especially the second novel The Awakening, this one was pretty good, and better than some recently published paranormal novels.Not going to do a full review, just list my biggest complaint with this book. While it did have me saying "Aw" and having a slight smile on my face, that ending isn't a good one, sin [...]


    29. FINALLY!All I am going to say is that Chloe finally picked a guy and it was the one I wanted! Wooohooo! I don't even care what happened in the rest of the book, I just wanted that to happen and it did!First off, I am a huge fan of this series. I love the story, the characters, the world that Armstrong has created. That being said, The Reckoning wasn't my favorite book of the series.That being said, it felt like the plot was going in circles again with the whole Edison group thing. I understand t [...]


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