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Rise of the Seven ❮Read❯ ➹ Rise of the Seven ➼ Author Melissa Wright – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Memories and magic recovered, Frey is restored to the throne But as she works to regain control of the North, a small silver dagger nearly brings her end She raises the Seven of her guard and proves h Memories and magic recovered, Frey is restored to the throne But as she works to regain control of the North, a small silver dagger nearly brings her end She raises the Seven of her guard and proves her abilities in order to secure her Rise of Kindle - position But another attempt on her life, from what appears to be fey, reveals not all are pleased with her return If she could only figure out the force behind the attacks, she might be able to relax enough to decide what to do about her other problem Chevelle.

  • Paperback
  • 234 pages
  • Rise of the Seven
  • Melissa Wright
  • English
  • 15 October 2017
  • 1480072699

About the Author: Melissa Wright

Melissa is the author of a dozen fantasy and YA novels including the Frey Saga and SEVEN WAYS TO KILL A KING She is currently working on the next book, but when not writing can be found collecting the things she loves at Goodreads Rise of Kindle - and Pinterest Contact her through the web at melissa wright.



10 thoughts on “Rise of the Seven

  1. Angie Engelbert Angie Engelbert says:

    ConfusingThe story was very good and is the only reason I read this third installment After spending the second book watching Freya pass out or take naps ever third paragraph, I had high hopes that Rise of the Seven would take me back to the bigger story The action was great but I spent a good deal of time trying to understand all of the knowing looks being shared with zero context clues This book feltlike a very early draft that was intended to get the main ideas down It is lacking ConfusingThe story was very good and is the only reason I read this third installment After spending the second book watching Freya pass out or take naps ever third paragraph, I had high hopes that Rise of the Seven would take me back to the bigger story The action was great but I spent a good deal of time trying to understand all of the knowing looks being shared with zero context clues This book feltlike a very early draft that was intended to get the main ideas down It is lacking all of the rich detail that would allow me to be there with the characters

  2. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    2017 Review Rise of the Seven is just as epic, just as bombastic and just as kick ass as you want it to be Melissa Wright brings the best elements of Frey and Pieces of Eight, while bringing something new and unexpected at every turn When you think everyone s safe, another danger appears for Frey and her team of Elf Avengers to overcome With Frey s memories returned, the strength of her past mixed with the humility of her most recent adventures, she is an unstoppable force to be reckoned wit 2017 Review Rise of the Seven is just as epic, just as bombastic and just as kick ass as you want it to be Melissa Wright brings the best elements of Frey and Pieces of Eight, while bringing something new and unexpected at every turn When you think everyone s safe, another danger appears for Frey and her team of Elf Avengers to overcome With Frey s memories returned, the strength of her past mixed with the humility of her most recent adventures, she is an unstoppable force to be reckoned with Lord Asher s manipulations in her life continue despite the Seven s attempts to stop them and bring peace to the North With the welcome addition of Veil and the Fey, in a very Goblin King entrance, both Dark and Light Elves are thrown into chaos Will Frey uphold her bargain with the Fey Prince or will it be open war Destruction and death surround all sides of the conflict, the likes of which may ravage the land and ridding the world of magic forever.2012 Review At last, Wright s much anticipated final installment in her Frey trilogy has arrived with a bang RoTS shines in plentiful, often garish colors, pairing the grit with the gumption of a fully matured kick butt heroine One of the things I admired most while reading this was the added depth of Freya s character With a return of her memories at last, the character is given several new dimensions that all flow seamlessly together The pages turn like a well oiled machine, now that we have come to know the company so well, allowing for evenaction The addition of fey to this world was a delightful surprise and only added to the broad spectrum of the world Wright has created Magic abounds with intrigue and at the heart of the novel is Chevelle s unwavering love for Freya and their long history together And in the end, all loose ends are tied and wrapped in a rocking package that you ll want to pull apart and read over and again

  3. Erin Erin says:

    So, I guess this was a step up from the last book when all you had to look forward to was Freya passing out most of the time After Freya gets her memory back though they would talk about people and give knowing looks like we were supposed to know who and what they were This felt like a really rough first draft of a book.

  4. Rachael Rachael says:

    I feel like I have either lost my ability to read a book and retain the story or this book left out so much detail that the story made almost no sense Redundant scenes made me feel like I had missed something, only to find out it wasn t there Ugg I m done with this series.

  5. Lindsay Lindsay says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I m actually really surprised so many people have given this book series a good review I found so many parts of the first 3 books frustrating and annoying as well as the writing style being sloppy which is why I was glad I got the first book free Unfortunately lol I m the type of person that once I start a book series I have to see it through to the end to know exactly how things ended Not impressed with the series at all although I find the concept really interesting Very little sense is ma I m actually really surprised so many people have given this book series a good review I found so many parts of the first 3 books frustrating and annoying as well as the writing style being sloppy which is why I was glad I got the first book free Unfortunately lol I m the type of person that once I start a book series I have to see it through to the end to know exactly how things ended Not impressed with the series at all although I find the concept really interesting Very little sense is made even tho SPOILER Frey and Chevelle finally get together together which I had waited for Didn t understand at all why he was so cold and nasty to her for so much of their journey If you truly love someone failed memory or not you don t 1 hold their lack of memory against them and 2 stop having emotional reactions to them He kept getting ticked off because he was emotional towards someone that wasn t really her but it WAS her and why couldn t he love her regardless Being warm and loving towards her wouldn t have made her have any weird memory faints which was so annoying to have a heroine that faints over every little thing and would have just been a new love blossoming for her I also hate when she regains her powers I m not impressed at all with them and she s still crazy weak likeJust so disappointed in the whole thing

  6. Selaya Morton Selaya Morton says:

    This one wasn t bad although we are still having to deal with certain unfamiliar storylines as well as to be introduced to characters that seem to suddenly have names where none existed before Frey, it seems, has gone from one extreme to another no power to too much It looks like the bumbling abilities are still there as well Just read through the Banquet segment to check out her lack of control Her dealings with the fey and their master seem to also have a previously unfamiliar tone alth This one wasn t bad although we are still having to deal with certain unfamiliar storylines as well as to be introduced to characters that seem to suddenly have names where none existed before Frey, it seems, has gone from one extreme to another no power to too much It looks like the bumbling abilities are still there as well Just read through the Banquet segment to check out her lack of control Her dealings with the fey and their master seem to also have a previously unfamiliar tone although many writers come up with never make a bargain with a fairy for most of the same reasons documented here.Having made it this far, I guess I ll try to finish this out but I m guessing we ll simply be switching out one enemy for another Have to see

  7. Larry Larry says:

    This book was full of action, and the love connection was nice when Frey found out she was bonded At first, I had trouble picturing the characters in my mind, but then I looked on the Internet for pictures of elves and fairies and other such creatures That helped me imagine what they all looked like It was actually hard to put the book down The transition between this book the previous one was seamless Great grammar spelling This book was full of action, and the love connection was nice when Frey found out she was bonded At first, I had trouble picturing the characters in my mind, but then I looked on the Internet for pictures of elves and fairies and other such creatures That helped me imagine what they all looked like It was actually hard to put the book down The transition between this book the previous one was seamless Great grammar spelling

  8. Hans Erdman Hans Erdman says:

    Freya Becomes FreyaThe doubts are gone the Lord of the North is herself The battles hard, but our heroine was born to lead Alliances forged, enemies vanquished Now, Elfreyda, Lord of the North, stands tall in victory, with Chevelle by her side Well done Looking forward to the next installment

  9. Alex Handley Alex Handley says:

    FantasticWould definitely recommend this but only after reading the first 2 or it won t make a whole lot of sense The book is pacey and fun to read, and I couldn t put it down Fantastic

  10. Terry Canavello Terry Canavello says:

    Super confusedA startling lack of continuity I found myself being lostoften than not This series needseditors I m done, I won t being reading any about these static characters.

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10 thoughts on “Rise of the Seven

  1. Angie Engelbert Angie Engelbert says:

    ConfusingThe story was very good and is the only reason I read this third installment After spending the second book watching Freya pass out or take naps ever third paragraph, I had high hopes that Rise of the Seven would take me back to the bigger story The action was great but I spent a good deal of time trying to understand all of the knowing looks being shared with zero context clues This book feltlike a very early draft that was intended to get the main ideas down It is lacking ConfusingThe story was very good and is the only reason I read this third installment After spending the second book watching Freya pass out or take naps ever third paragraph, I had high hopes that Rise of the Seven would take me back to the bigger story The action was great but I spent a good deal of time trying to understand all of the knowing looks being shared with zero context clues This book feltlike a very early draft that was intended to get the main ideas down It is lacking all of the rich detail that would allow me to be there with the characters

  2. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    2017 Review Rise of the Seven is just as epic, just as bombastic and just as kick ass as you want it to be Melissa Wright brings the best elements of Frey and Pieces of Eight, while bringing something new and unexpected at every turn When you think everyone s safe, another danger appears for Frey and her team of Elf Avengers to overcome With Frey s memories returned, the strength of her past mixed with the humility of her most recent adventures, she is an unstoppable force to be reckoned wit 2017 Review Rise of the Seven is just as epic, just as bombastic and just as kick ass as you want it to be Melissa Wright brings the best elements of Frey and Pieces of Eight, while bringing something new and unexpected at every turn When you think everyone s safe, another danger appears for Frey and her team of Elf Avengers to overcome With Frey s memories returned, the strength of her past mixed with the humility of her most recent adventures, she is an unstoppable force to be reckoned with Lord Asher s manipulations in her life continue despite the Seven s attempts to stop them and bring peace to the North With the welcome addition of Veil and the Fey, in a very Goblin King entrance, both Dark and Light Elves are thrown into chaos Will Frey uphold her bargain with the Fey Prince or will it be open war Destruction and death surround all sides of the conflict, the likes of which may ravage the land and ridding the world of magic forever.2012 Review At last, Wright s much anticipated final installment in her Frey trilogy has arrived with a bang RoTS shines in plentiful, often garish colors, pairing the grit with the gumption of a fully matured kick butt heroine One of the things I admired most while reading this was the added depth of Freya s character With a return of her memories at last, the character is given several new dimensions that all flow seamlessly together The pages turn like a well oiled machine, now that we have come to know the company so well, allowing for evenaction The addition of fey to this world was a delightful surprise and only added to the broad spectrum of the world Wright has created Magic abounds with intrigue and at the heart of the novel is Chevelle s unwavering love for Freya and their long history together And in the end, all loose ends are tied and wrapped in a rocking package that you ll want to pull apart and read over and again

  3. Erin Erin says:

    So, I guess this was a step up from the last book when all you had to look forward to was Freya passing out most of the time After Freya gets her memory back though they would talk about people and give knowing looks like we were supposed to know who and what they were This felt like a really rough first draft of a book.

  4. Rachael Rachael says:

    I feel like I have either lost my ability to read a book and retain the story or this book left out so much detail that the story made almost no sense Redundant scenes made me feel like I had missed something, only to find out it wasn t there Ugg I m done with this series.

  5. Lindsay Lindsay says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I m actually really surprised so many people have given this book series a good review I found so many parts of the first 3 books frustrating and annoying as well as the writing style being sloppy which is why I was glad I got the first book free Unfortunately lol I m the type of person that once I start a book series I have to see it through to the end to know exactly how things ended Not impressed with the series at all although I find the concept really interesting Very little sense is ma I m actually really surprised so many people have given this book series a good review I found so many parts of the first 3 books frustrating and annoying as well as the writing style being sloppy which is why I was glad I got the first book free Unfortunately lol I m the type of person that once I start a book series I have to see it through to the end to know exactly how things ended Not impressed with the series at all although I find the concept really interesting Very little sense is made even tho SPOILER Frey and Chevelle finally get together together which I had waited for Didn t understand at all why he was so cold and nasty to her for so much of their journey If you truly love someone failed memory or not you don t 1 hold their lack of memory against them and 2 stop having emotional reactions to them He kept getting ticked off because he was emotional towards someone that wasn t really her but it WAS her and why couldn t he love her regardless Being warm and loving towards her wouldn t have made her have any weird memory faints which was so annoying to have a heroine that faints over every little thing and would have just been a new love blossoming for her I also hate when she regains her powers I m not impressed at all with them and she s still crazy weak likeJust so disappointed in the whole thing

  6. Selaya Morton Selaya Morton says:

    This one wasn t bad although we are still having to deal with certain unfamiliar storylines as well as to be introduced to characters that seem to suddenly have names where none existed before Frey, it seems, has gone from one extreme to another no power to too much It looks like the bumbling abilities are still there as well Just read through the Banquet segment to check out her lack of control Her dealings with the fey and their master seem to also have a previously unfamiliar tone alth This one wasn t bad although we are still having to deal with certain unfamiliar storylines as well as to be introduced to characters that seem to suddenly have names where none existed before Frey, it seems, has gone from one extreme to another no power to too much It looks like the bumbling abilities are still there as well Just read through the Banquet segment to check out her lack of control Her dealings with the fey and their master seem to also have a previously unfamiliar tone although many writers come up with never make a bargain with a fairy for most of the same reasons documented here.Having made it this far, I guess I ll try to finish this out but I m guessing we ll simply be switching out one enemy for another Have to see

  7. Larry Larry says:

    This book was full of action, and the love connection was nice when Frey found out she was bonded At first, I had trouble picturing the characters in my mind, but then I looked on the Internet for pictures of elves and fairies and other such creatures That helped me imagine what they all looked like It was actually hard to put the book down The transition between this book the previous one was seamless Great grammar spelling This book was full of action, and the love connection was nice when Frey found out she was bonded At first, I had trouble picturing the characters in my mind, but then I looked on the Internet for pictures of elves and fairies and other such creatures That helped me imagine what they all looked like It was actually hard to put the book down The transition between this book the previous one was seamless Great grammar spelling

  8. Hans Erdman Hans Erdman says:

    Freya Becomes FreyaThe doubts are gone the Lord of the North is herself The battles hard, but our heroine was born to lead Alliances forged, enemies vanquished Now, Elfreyda, Lord of the North, stands tall in victory, with Chevelle by her side Well done Looking forward to the next installment

  9. Alex Handley Alex Handley says:

    FantasticWould definitely recommend this but only after reading the first 2 or it won t make a whole lot of sense The book is pacey and fun to read, and I couldn t put it down Fantastic

  10. Terry Canavello Terry Canavello says:

    Super confusedA startling lack of continuity I found myself being lostoften than not This series needseditors I m done, I won t being reading any about these static characters.

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