Bid My Soul Farewell

Bid My Soul Farewell

The stunning finale of the epic fantasy duology from New York Times bestselling author Beth Revis. Alchemy student turned necromancer Nedra Brysstain has made a life-changing decision to embrace the darkness--but can the boy who loves her bring her back to the light before she pays the ultimate price?Lunar Island is trying to heal. The necromantic plague that ravaged the l...

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Title:Bid My Soul Farewell
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Bid My Soul Farewell Reviews

  • Rachel Strolle

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  • Erin Arkin

    Review to come.

  • Jenn

    I'm not going to lie, I was surprised as hell by how much I loved

    . So needless to say, I could not wait to get my hands on the sequel. And I finally did!!

    There will probably be spoilers of the first book, so be warned if you haven't read it. Nedra is still reeling from the loss of her family and can only find comfort among her dead. Meanwhile, Grey is working under the Emperor to make Lunar Island a better place and to also keep his eye away from Nedra. But what seems like

    I'm not going to lie, I was surprised as hell by how much I loved

    . So needless to say, I could not wait to get my hands on the sequel. And I finally did!!

    There will probably be spoilers of the first book, so be warned if you haven't read it. Nedra is still reeling from the loss of her family and can only find comfort among her dead. Meanwhile, Grey is working under the Emperor to make Lunar Island a better place and to also keep his eye away from Nedra. But what seems like a cut and dry mission turns into a betrayal of the highest degree.

    I will say I did like the first one better but only by a smidge. Mostly I disagreed with the ending. I felt it a little too happy for the scenario presented but I can see why Revis ended it the way she did. And man, this duology was a rollercoaster. There were moments in this book where both characters showed extreme vulnerability in light of the events surrounding them. I loved these glimpses into both Nedra and Grey. It reminds the readers of what this book series is about - what would you do for love?

    There were a lot of ups and downs in this one. But I enjoyed the way the author portrayed Nedra's seduction to the darkness. The sway of power is something that's hard for anyone to ignore, but when the darkness promises relief and saving loved ones, it's not hard to see why Nedra is tempted. Her pain is so loud and Grey is the only one who hears her. But Nedra doesn't trust herself so she doesn't trust anyone else. I loved watching Grey try to get through to her and the inner battle that Nedra suffered. Just a great duology and I'm so happy to have read it!

  • Chelsea Humphrey

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    Review to come.

  • Hollis

    Once again, I'm left feeling like I wish I loved this more than I did.

    I'll admit I had my suspicions about how things would come to a head.. and I wasn't wrong. Infact I figured out the twist to the climax in book one, too. And even with my theory proven right, I enjoyed the last 20% probably the most. Not quite sure how I felt about the epilogue, though I know it's deserved, but I did like the final showdown.

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    Once again, I'm left feeling like I wish I loved this more than I did.

    I'll admit I had my suspicions about how things would come to a head.. and I wasn't wrong. Infact I figured out the twist to the climax in book one, too. And even with my theory proven right, I enjoyed the last 20% probably the most. Not quite sure how I felt about the epilogue, though I know it's deserved, but I did like the final showdown.

    Revis' writing is smooth, her narrative tackling many things that echo in our own world, regarding politics and belief, religion and grief. I do wonder if things got a little too big, too busy, and that's where some of this didn't land for me. At least beyond the failure of the romance. But there was a lot of good here. There was definitely less of an emotional kick to this one and I don't know if that was because Grey had more or a role or what, but, unfortunately he was the weak link that was made weaker because of how little his impact actually was. He was just kinda there or in the way.

    Regardless of how this reading experience went, though, I was already a fan of the author because of her

    series and while I didn't rate these very high, and won't reread them, I'll definitely continue to pick up whatever the author puts out.

    Full review to come around release day.

    ** I received a ARC from the publisher (thank you!) in exchange for an honest review. **

  • Elise (TheBookishActress)

    ← After

    I NEED this SO MUCH. and the cover is so so nice!!!!

  • Chaima ✨ شيماء

    Bid my soul farewell as well because the wait for this book is going to kill me

  • Nicki Chapelway

    Um... I don't mean to make a big deal of this but... I NEED THIS RIGHT NOW OR I WILL PROBABLY EXPLODE FROM ANGST, WORRY, AND ANTICIPATION.

  • Elyse

    Title & cover were revealed via Beth Revis's email subscription!

  • Cindy ✩☽ Savage Queen ♔

    I haven't even read the first one yet, but I must say, as far as cover models go, this is quite stunning.

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