Tacet a Mortuis (Whispers from the Dead) (The Elite King's Club #3) by Amo Jones

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Hail to the king, and watch him reign, this game was somewhat fun, until the finale came…

Now we’re here, with carnage and despair, and the only questions left to answer, are the ones that do not appear...

A king loses a war, and a swan sheds her wings, chaos collides with peace, as the crows begin to sing…

Enter if you dare, because I swear the end is near, but nothing is as it seems, and everything is so bare.

So what the f*ck is going on at Riverside,
I think, I think... everyone is about to die....

ellie's $0.02:

My first piece of advice is, do not slide into this series mid-stream with this book like I did.

Mistake. 

Not a mistake if you've been following these kings - as I think Amo outdid herself on this installment (that word always makes me feel like I'm about to make a bill payment). 

If the cover of this book doesn't captivate some of your interest, I honestly don't know what will.  But Amo's story inside absolutely held my captivation.  A world of secrets.  A world of betrayals. Untraditional love and characters.  It's all here.

You'll finish this one with some answers.  Some more questions. And the anticipation of the next book. I finished it with my heart and brain so full. I loveditloveditlovedit. Not all the characters are my cup of java, but that is what makes me love it.

I love the book. But I'm going to be perfectly blunt and say I'm psyched the deleted scene is just that, a deleted scene. To me, the book is magnificent without it and it just works better and the scene didn't work for me.  Some will love.  Some will hate. But to me, the book is better without it. *dropping mic*

That said.  This one is a must for the dark fairy tale lovers.  Start with the beginning of the series. And those of you already in it, keep going, they just keep getting better.