Title: Endure
Author: Sara B. Larson
Series: The Defy Trilogy, book 3/3
Genre: Fantasy, Romance, YA
Publisher: Scholastic Press

Release Date: January 5th, 2016

Note: This post reviews the third book of The Defy Trilogy. You may like to read the first two books in the series, Defyand Ignite, before reading this review. 

Mild spoilers.

Alexa and Damian, now engaged to be married, have defeated the sorcerer, Lady Vera, who threatened to tear them apart. But their troubles are far from over. King Damian faces an imminent attack from the kingdom of Dansii, and Rylan – now a prisoner of Dansii – will surely die if Alexa does not attempt to rescue him. On top of that, Alexa is still being controlled in her mind by the evil sorcerer Rafe, who can force her to harm Damian at any moment.

No one is safe.

Even though Damian begs her to stay with him, Alexa makes the difficult decision to go to the aid of Rylan, helpless in the hands of the enemy. But she does not go alone. Her friend and sorcerer, Eljin, accompanies her, and together they seek to rescue Rylan.

No one is safe.

In this breathtaking finale to The Defy Trilogy, you cannot fully prepare yourself for what is to come. As the kingdom of Dansii, equipped with an army of black sorcerers, attacks not just Antion, but Blevon as well, it is almost impossible to see a happy ending in sight. Will Alexa overcome the power that Rafe holds over her mind? Will Damian be able to deliver his people from the hands of their enemies? And will both of them find their way back to each other and live happily ever after?

No one is safe…

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