Take the Key and Lock Her up

Take the Key and Lock Her up

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Desperate to protect her younger brother Jamie, Grace Blakely, her brother, and her friend Alexei are on the run from the forces in Adria who threaten them because Jamie is the true heir to the throne--but it is hard to hide from Prime Minister Alexandra Petrovic and the secret society that is part of Grace's family heritage, and even harder to know who to trust.
Publisher: New York : Scholastic Press, 2017
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780545654951
Branch Call Number: FICTION Car
Description: 327 pages ; 22 cm


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Feb 04, 2019

such a good series it is the reason i’m such a book nerd now lol but seriously really good series

Aug 08, 2017

This was an awesome conclusion to the series. I will admit when I read book one I was not totally sold on the series. Book two got me ready for book three right away because I did enjoy that installment. This installment sold me on the series. It was intriguing and fast-paced. I do still find Grace a bit obnoxious but hey, we aren't going to thoroughly love every protagonist we come across as readers!

In conclusion, this series was interesting and had some great twists and turns throughout the trilogy. If you like mystery with an international flare, pick up the three books to read in close succession for full enjoyment!

May 05, 2017

Ally Carter is one of my favorite young adult authors, so maybe I'm a little biased, but I loved this new series, especially in regards to the protagonist's struggle with her mental illness.
I look forward to reading her future works.

Apr 09, 2017

I guess that overall, this book is pretty good. I got lost at times when it didn't seem that anything was making much sense, but I loved the end. The protagonist is not your average brave, amazing heroine. She is witty, selfless, and has her own flaws as well. Bombarded by haunting memories, there is only so long she can run with her comrades before she is found. Then, when that happens, she must face her problems with undoubting courage and a sense to prove the difference between right and wrong. Indeed, that happens quite a few times. (But don't most books contain that component anyways??) 3/5 stars
- @Siri of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

Mar 28, 2017

A wonderful end to a wonderful series. I loved it! Alexei and Grace are some of my favorite characters ever.


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Mar 23, 2017

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