When they tried to kill a prince, they made a king In the aftermath of his pack leader’s assassination Connor Lewis is ready to take control. Rodolfus de Aquila’s plan before he died was to unite the European werewolf packs against their common enemies: the Hounds of God who make the laws and enforce them ruthlessly with questionable motives, and the Luparii, an intergovernmental group of werewolf hunters now bent on the extermination of his kind. The uneasy alliance between these two factions has fallen apart, and now a battle wages leaving the pack werewolves scrambling to escape bio-chemical warfare on one side, and total domination on the other. After hearing rumors of a union between the American packs Connor returns with Amara to his home city of New York to learn how to bring the Old World packs together. Werewolf society in the New World has taken a very different course from that of Europe, but when Connor meets the American leaders he begins to question if their ways are, in fact, the path forward. A world away from Madison, Arden, and all those that he is trying to protect, Connor must discover the secret to uniting and leading the packs under one final charge, or else risk extinction for their entire species in the epic conclusion to The Magdeburg Trilogy.
Do people still squee? If not, I don’t care – I’m going to anyway! SQUEEEEE!!! I really loved this book. Like, a whole lot.
It’s the last book in Kat Kruger’s The Magdeburg Trilogy and, in my opinion, the best of the three. Kat’s talent has grown since the first book came out and it’s so evident in THE NIGHT IS FOUND. While it’s apparently in all aspects, I found it mostly true with the characters. They developed so much in this book and I found myself feeling much more invested with them than prior. I really liked some of the new characters (Ben, in particular) and completely disliked some – which I think (hope?) was the point!
I was so excited for the finale of this series (I think I might have even tried to bribe the author with promises of puppies at one point) and now that it’s finally here, I’m sad. But, in a good way. It was an amazing ending. All in all, it’s a terrific series and if werewolves are your thing, Kat Kruger does it up right with a uniqueness that’s refreshing. Bravo!
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