Our Dark Duet by Victoria Schwab

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32075662It’s been six months since Kate Harker arrived in Prosperity, leaving behind Verity and the monsters that live there. But when she runs into a new monster—one that feeds on violence and chaos—she’s forced to return to Verity before it destroys the city and those she still cares about. But in Verity things have changed. North City and South City are warring against one another, and Sloan will stop at nothing to win. August has also changed, and Kate needs to find a way to bring back the monster who once wished to be human.

Our Dark Duet is the sequel and final installment of the Verity series and is just as amazing and beautiful as the first, This Savage Song. I’ve said it before and I will say it always: Victoria Schwab has a beautiful way with words. Her world building and characters are unique bringing on a life of their own. Once I picked up this book, I couldn’t put it down and was not disappointed when I was done. From beginning to end the story was satisfying and tied up the plots that still remained from the first book as well as the newly formed plots.

One thing I especially appreciated with this series is (*spoiler warning*) that the two main characters, Kate and August, did not end up in a relationship. I feel that it’s kind of standard that the two main characters who start off as enemies somehow fall in love with one another. While this isn’t necessarily a bad thing, especially if it’s done in a way that works well with the rest of the story, I did appreciate that we had a male and female main character who could remain friends.

I highly recommend this series to readers who enjoy Young Adult Fantasy. I promise you will not be disappointed!

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