Tomb of Ancients

Tomb of Ancients

The war between old gods and monsters comes to a thrilling climax in this final book in the “darkly delightful”* House of Furies series, from the New York Times bestselling author of Asylum. (*Publishers Weekly)Free from the nightmares of Coldthistle House, Louisa and her friends have taken up a posh new London residence. But there’s no rest for the wicked. Religious zealo...

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Title:Tomb of Ancients
Author:Madeleine Roux
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Tomb of Ancients Reviews

  • Kristin Sledge

    What a great end to a phenomenal series. I can't give this book enough praise. Some people were bummed that a certain ship didn't sail, however I enjoyed the ships that were in this novel. Dalton was always too precious for this world ❤

    What a great end to a phenomenal series. I can't give this book enough praise. Some people were bummed that a certain ship didn't sail, however I enjoyed the ships that were in this novel. Dalton was always too precious for this world ❤️

  • Taylor Iachini

    Wow! What a great ending to a great series! This is another one that I'll miss dearly (and consider buying my own copies for future reading).

    I really did enjoy this one, despite my previous statement for saying that it moved quickly. And it moved

    quickly, but I never really felt like anything of note was lost due to the pace. The only thing I think that I miss that the previous books had was the horror aspects? The feeling of mystery and dread that seemed to creep up and dwell around the c

    Wow! What a great ending to a great series! This is another one that I'll miss dearly (and consider buying my own copies for future reading).

    I really did enjoy this one, despite my previous statement for saying that it moved quickly. And it moved

    quickly, but I never really felt like anything of note was lost due to the pace. The only thing I think that I miss that the previous books had was the horror aspects? The feeling of mystery and dread that seemed to creep up and dwell around the corners.

    I enjoyed being reunited with the old beloved cast and crew, and REALLY enjoyed some of the new characters. I'm the president of the "DALTON SPICER DESERVED BETTER" group. Sign-ups are free and there are snacks and refreshments at meetings. I also really enjoyed Fathom, and I'm a little bummed that she didn't get more parts in the story.

    I thought the idea of starting some chapters with sections from Dalton's journal was a great idea, and I loved getting more info on how much Mr. Morningside had changed from when they were traveling together. There wasn't honestly a lot of the good ol' Devil in this book besides from passages in Dalton's journal, and I think I'm okay with that? He seemed to be more of almost an enemy in the past books to me. In this, there are much bigger problems than some bratty devil playing tricks on Louisa. The various creatures in this book, however, were so freaking cool!! The illustrations of both of the Binders that we read about in this book will probably play parts in future nightmares.

    To keep from rambling

    much, I really enjoyed this book! I'm stoked that my ship is actually canon (OMG?? DAHLIA? So cute. I loved the hell out of the Epilogue). The thing I liked most about this book was just the writing and the visualizations of the characters and places. I'll quietly hope for a new series that takes place during the epilogue, but I'll be satisfied with what we have for right now.

  • Kristin

    Ahhh, I needed that. A fast paced, entertaining jaunt. Again, I needed more of a refresher of the last book but was too lazy and managed to muddle through anyway. I appreciated how quick the book was to get to point and to the action. A satisfying end to a solid series.

  • Celina Fitch

    3.5 stars: Although I liked the story the pace that intrigued me and kept me coming back for more in the first two was missing in this addition to the trilogy. It felt rushed and not in a good way. I would like enjoy reading a novella about the epilogue.

  • Amanda

    I loved the previous two books but found this one a little hard to follow. The story was fast paced compared to the slow build eerie atmosphere of the previous books which I loved.

    Another draw for me with this series was the chemistry between Louisa and Mr Morningside in the first two books, which sadly disappeared in Tomb Of Ancients. I know that it was probably wishful thinking on my part though because this series is classed as a gothic horror not a romance but I'm sure I wasn't the only disa

    I loved the previous two books but found this one a little hard to follow. The story was fast paced compared to the slow build eerie atmosphere of the previous books which I loved.

    Another draw for me with this series was the chemistry between Louisa and Mr Morningside in the first two books, which sadly disappeared in Tomb Of Ancients. I know that it was probably wishful thinking on my part though because this series is classed as a gothic horror not a romance but I'm sure I wasn't the only disappointed reader.

  • Ninoshka

    *sigh* I have no idea what just happened. The first two books were great! But this one was so fast paced and slightly confusing at times. I almost felt like I was reading something completely different from the other books.

  • Story Eater

    I had quite and completely forgotten that Roux had a final book coming out in this trilogy until I saw it pop up in some list of random meanderings around GR. Perhaps it was because of the random shift of narrative in the second part. Perhaps it was because of the tired and overused “good Devil” plot that’s been around since Milton sympathized with him in the 17th century. Either way, this book did another horrible job of completing a trilogy that got out of sync.

    The first book in this series w

    I had quite and completely forgotten that Roux had a final book coming out in this trilogy until I saw it pop up in some list of random meanderings around GR. Perhaps it was because of the random shift of narrative in the second part. Perhaps it was because of the tired and overused “good Devil” plot that’s been around since Milton sympathized with him in the 17th century. Either way, this book did another horrible job of completing a trilogy that got out of sync.

    The first book in this series was remarkable to me. It was full of mystery and intrigue, piqued my interest on every page, and gave artful writing to grease the wheels of a complicated plot. While the writing hiccoughed in

    (I even had to look up the title again for that one), it came back strongly in this finale, but the skill could not make up for convenient character insertions, plot holes, tangential arcs, and evil a-hole angels that I was frankly sick of reading about by the time the first one cops an attitude. Oh, and when they go “super saiyan,” they turn gold.

    I’ve not been miffed about the conclusion of a series since that toilet paper of a book called

    and its ending, but this one came close. Although, Roux will still be on my TBR list because she does come up with some interesting stuff.

  • Cahache Waeardo

    I was looking forward to the third book for a long time, hoping there would be an amazing ending! However, I was mistaken. The storyline was confusing and not thoroughly paced. What angered me more is that the little romance that was going on between Mr.Morningside and Louisa in the first and second books had disappeared inside this book. What’s worse is that Madeleine Roux decided to randomly marry Louisa off to Khent, who was not relevant until this book. I am so sad and disappointed and angry

    I was looking forward to the third book for a long time, hoping there would be an amazing ending! However, I was mistaken. The storyline was confusing and not thoroughly paced. What angered me more is that the little romance that was going on between Mr.Morningside and Louisa in the first and second books had disappeared inside this book. What’s worse is that Madeleine Roux decided to randomly marry Louisa off to Khent, who was not relevant until this book. I am so sad and disappointed and angry because I know were at least some sense of romantic interest going on between both Henry and Louisa! Now Louisa has a kid with Khent, and forgot totally disregards Mr.Morningside. It is truly sad because he also regrets what he did 💔💔 my ship is never going to sail unless a miracle occurs....

  • Gia

    Erm disappointing and confusing

  • ♠️ TABI ♠️

    praise be that I can finally read this and all my questions will be answered . . . hopefully in the way I desire!!

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    Also why am I the only one flailing by myself about this book??

    praise be that I can finally read this and all my questions will be answered . . . hopefully in the way I desire!!

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    Also why am I the only one flailing by myself about this book??

    PLEASE TELL ME THIS IS THE 3RD

    BOOK PLEASE SOMEONE GET ME THIS INFORMATION A S A P

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