Book Review: The Rebels of Gold (Loom Saga Book 3) by Elise Kova

 
 
With things rapidly changing on both Loom and Nova, it's time for plans to be put into action. The Fenthri on Loom and the dragons of House Xin will have to put aside their differences with each other and among themselves and work together if they want to win against the Dragon King's might and his mate's shady machinations.

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Title: The Rebels of Gold
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I’m finding this review harder to write than the previous two because I liked all the same things! The dragons and their magic system were super interesting. The worlds (both Loom and Nova) were unique and so different from the type of society I live in and am used to reading about. The characters were intriguing. The plot continued along really well.

I also had the same dislike though, which was that I still didn’t love all the POVs. I just never really warmed up to Florence. I also found the book a bit slow at times.

But one thing I appreciated about this book in particular was how the author didn’t turn the brewing war/revolution/rebellion into just one giant battle scene that decided everything. Instead it was little things happening over time. Smaller attacks. Assassination attempts. Stealing resources. Shifting alliances. It felt very believable.

And since this was the final book, it gave us the ending. An ending that was kinda surprising, to me at least. An ending that gave just the right amount of closure without going overboard.

Overall, the dragons and the magic system and the world were interesting, the story was great, the whole series was unique, and I really liked it!

 
 
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A new rebellion rises from the still-smoldering remnants of the five guilds of Loom to stand against Dragon tyranny. Meanwhile, on Nova, those same Dragons fight amongst themselves, as age-old power struggles shift the political landscape in fateful and unexpected ways. Unlikely leaders vie for the opportunity to shape a new world order from the perfect clockwork designs of one temperamental engineer.

This is the final installment of USA Today bestselling author Elise Kova’s Loom Saga, THE REBELS OF GOLD will reveal the fate of Loom’s brilliantly contrasting world and its beloved inhabitants.

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  1. Greg

    What is it about these covers that I love so much? They’re always great! And I like the sound of believable different societies/ I think that’s one of the things I like most about fantasy- the chance to explore other, more interesting worlds lol.

  2. Becky @ A Fool's Ingenuity

    I totally get what you mean when you say it’s more of the same with your review. Sometimes it’s hard to find new words to explain why you’re enjoying a series especially when you’ve reviewed previous books and feel like you’ve said it all before. It does kind like the series is continuing on strong and I really want to ontinue reading it.

  3. Olivia Roach

    I did enjoy the first two a lot but the dislike of some of the POVs is what got to me in the second book. I am still excited for the finale though. And it sounds very refreshing that she does the thing where it is not one big final battle but is eased in with little pieces. I am looking forward to it!