The Fall of the Readers (The Forbidden Library #4)

The Fall of the Readers (The Forbidden Library #4)

The final book in the exciting fantasy adventure series featuring a strong heroine who grows from reader to leader in a world where magic is contained and controlled through books. When Alice defeated her uncle Geryon and declared war on the totalitarian ways of the Old Readers, she knew she would have a hard fight ahead. What she didn?t anticipate was how ruthless the Old The final book in the exciting fantasy adventure series featuring a strong heroine who grows from reader to leader i...

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Title:The Fall of the Readers (The Forbidden Library #4)
Author:Django Wexler
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:0399539204
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:358 pages pages

The Fall of the Readers (The Forbidden Library #4) Reviews

  • Em
    Jan 14, 2018

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

    Executive Summary: A good ending to the series, but I didn't like it as much as The Palace of Glass. Full Review I read very little Young Adult, and absolutely no Middle Grade. I'm not the target demographic by any means. I really like Django Wexler though, so I decided to pick u...

    GIVE IT TO ME! I want so much Isaac and Alice it's not even normal. (view spoiler)[ESPECIALLY AFTER THEY KISSED. LIKE FUCKING TWICE???? (hide spoiler)] ...

    Moram da priznam da sam mo?da imao nerealno velika o?ekivanja od zavr?etka ovog serijala ali u svoju odbranu ka?em da su prethodne tri jedne od mojih omiljenih (dark) YA knjiga. Kako da objasnim, knjiga je odli?no napisana, likovi su stalno opasnim situacijama ali se pona?aju ...

    With Geryon trapped in the Infinite Prison, Alice has marshalled the other apprentices and the library creatures at his estate to fight back against the old Readers. Even with the aid of Ending to push back the Readers? creatures who invade through the Library, they are hard pressed ...

    This review is from an advanced reading copy given freely and without obligation (my thanks to the publisher and author). Where to start! I do not want to give ANY spoilers as we are still a few months from the official release date and I don't want to give anything away. Book 4 pro...

    This 358 page book gives us a great ending to this fantastic series. The author does a wonderful job of leading us through his plot with nicely drawn characters in intriguing settings. Surprise Twist!!! I highly recommend the entire series. ...

    I really enjoy this series and can't wait to find a copy of this book somewhere when it comes out. ...

    THERE'S ANOTHER BOOK? I THOUGHT THIS WAS A TRILOGY OMIGOD I'M SO EXCITED NOW!!! ...

    Decent conclusion to the series. As previously, my only cavil is that books here are pretty much used as furniture--they only serve as convenient plot devices and seldom if ever do you see anyone actually reading. Still, a diverting fantasy, fairly logical in construction and featuring...

    What a fun, whimsical, and entertaining conclusion to the Forbidden Library Quartet!!!! I discovered Django Wexler about 3 1/2 years ago when I stumbled upon 2 books, The Forbidden Library and The Thousand Names. I started with the Forbidden Library and man did it ever impress me for b...

    Okay, this series was amazing. Between the great female protagonists (yes, there's more than one), the amazing and unique world building, the multitude of challenges and obstacles, both to be fought, reasoned with, or outsmarted, and not knowing how it was going to end, this series was...

    I was holding back from reading it because I didn't want it to end - I wanted to read more about the different worlds and its inhabitants that Wexler's dreamt up and the adventures Alice and the gang gets up to. But all good things comes to and end, I suppose, and it was a good one....

    probably a satisfying conclusion to readers who are really into The-Entire-Universe-Is-In-Danger-And-Everyone-And-Everything-Is-In-Mortal-Peril-type stories, but not really my cuppa these days; there are only so many battles and heroics and betrayals and leveling ups i can take before ...

    A good conclusion to the series. I felt that it ended well. The themes and arcs tying up nicely. I would strongly recommend this book to anyone who has been reading the series. Likewise I would recommend this series to anyone interested in a fantasty story (accepting the young adult ta...

    I'm sad this is the end of the series. It was wrapped up nicely, but, still leaves me wanting to know what's going to happen and what those changes look like. Maybe Wexler might do novellas or something for a glimpse into the future of Alice's world. ...

    A solid end to an excellent series. If it doesn't add a lot to the innovative concepts introduced in the first three books, it largely makes up for that by getting all the pieces into place for a satisfying resolution. It was great to finally see the end of Alice's journey, and how far...

    I loved this series. A fast-paced, action-filled JFiction read that keeps you engaged throughout. Unexpected twists and turns keep you turning the pages. No graphic violence, uncomfortable situation/language, or angst. ...

    This was a good, satisfying end to an enjoyable series. This book started a little shaky by stating that things had happened a little differently at the end of book 3 then they really did, but that was a minor hiccup in the overall flow of a good concluding book. ...

    REJOICE! Again all ye, I say rejoice! It has been so long since I've read a good book, and even longer since I've been happy with the conclusion of a series. *Happy tears stream down my face* P.S. Yeah, I read this in one day. What else what I supposed to do with it being so cold ou...

    Reasonably satisfying conclusion to the series. ...

  • John
    Jan 14, 2018

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

    Executive Summary: A good ending to the series, but I didn't like it as much as The Palace of Glass. Full Review I read very little Young Adult, and absolutely no Middle Grade. I'm not the target demographic by any means. I really like Django Wexler though, so I decided to pick u...

    GIVE IT TO ME! I want so much Isaac and Alice it's not even normal. (view spoiler)[ESPECIALLY AFTER THEY KISSED. LIKE FUCKING TWICE???? (hide spoiler)] ...

    Moram da priznam da sam mo?da imao nerealno velika o?ekivanja od zavr?etka ovog serijala ali u svoju odbranu ka?em da su prethodne tri jedne od mojih omiljenih (dark) YA knjiga. Kako da objasnim, knjiga je odli?no napisana, likovi su stalno opasnim situacijama ali se pona?aju ...

    With Geryon trapped in the Infinite Prison, Alice has marshalled the other apprentices and the library creatures at his estate to fight back against the old Readers. Even with the aid of Ending to push back the Readers? creatures who invade through the Library, they are hard pressed ...

    This review is from an advanced reading copy given freely and without obligation (my thanks to the publisher and author). Where to start! I do not want to give ANY spoilers as we are still a few months from the official release date and I don't want to give anything away. Book 4 pro...

    This 358 page book gives us a great ending to this fantastic series. The author does a wonderful job of leading us through his plot with nicely drawn characters in intriguing settings. Surprise Twist!!! I highly recommend the entire series. ...

    I really enjoy this series and can't wait to find a copy of this book somewhere when it comes out. ...

    THERE'S ANOTHER BOOK? I THOUGHT THIS WAS A TRILOGY OMIGOD I'M SO EXCITED NOW!!! ...

    Decent conclusion to the series. As previously, my only cavil is that books here are pretty much used as furniture--they only serve as convenient plot devices and seldom if ever do you see anyone actually reading. Still, a diverting fantasy, fairly logical in construction and featuring...

  • meeners
    Jan 09, 2018

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

    Executive Summary: A good ending to the series, but I didn't like it as much as The Palace of Glass. Full Review I read very little Young Adult, and absolutely no Middle Grade. I'm not the target demographic by any means. I really like Django Wexler though, so I decided to pick u...

    GIVE IT TO ME! I want so much Isaac and Alice it's not even normal. (view spoiler)[ESPECIALLY AFTER THEY KISSED. LIKE FUCKING TWICE???? (hide spoiler)] ...

    Moram da priznam da sam mo?da imao nerealno velika o?ekivanja od zavr?etka ovog serijala ali u svoju odbranu ka?em da su prethodne tri jedne od mojih omiljenih (dark) YA knjiga. Kako da objasnim, knjiga je odli?no napisana, likovi su stalno opasnim situacijama ali se pona?aju ...

    With Geryon trapped in the Infinite Prison, Alice has marshalled the other apprentices and the library creatures at his estate to fight back against the old Readers. Even with the aid of Ending to push back the Readers? creatures who invade through the Library, they are hard pressed ...

    This review is from an advanced reading copy given freely and without obligation (my thanks to the publisher and author). Where to start! I do not want to give ANY spoilers as we are still a few months from the official release date and I don't want to give anything away. Book 4 pro...

    This 358 page book gives us a great ending to this fantastic series. The author does a wonderful job of leading us through his plot with nicely drawn characters in intriguing settings. Surprise Twist!!! I highly recommend the entire series. ...

    I really enjoy this series and can't wait to find a copy of this book somewhere when it comes out. ...

    THERE'S ANOTHER BOOK? I THOUGHT THIS WAS A TRILOGY OMIGOD I'M SO EXCITED NOW!!! ...

    Decent conclusion to the series. As previously, my only cavil is that books here are pretty much used as furniture--they only serve as convenient plot devices and seldom if ever do you see anyone actually reading. Still, a diverting fantasy, fairly logical in construction and featuring...

    What a fun, whimsical, and entertaining conclusion to the Forbidden Library Quartet!!!! I discovered Django Wexler about 3 1/2 years ago when I stumbled upon 2 books, The Forbidden Library and The Thousand Names. I started with the Forbidden Library and man did it ever impress me for b...

    Okay, this series was amazing. Between the great female protagonists (yes, there's more than one), the amazing and unique world building, the multitude of challenges and obstacles, both to be fought, reasoned with, or outsmarted, and not knowing how it was going to end, this series was...

    I was holding back from reading it because I didn't want it to end - I wanted to read more about the different worlds and its inhabitants that Wexler's dreamt up and the adventures Alice and the gang gets up to. But all good things comes to and end, I suppose, and it was a good one....

    probably a satisfying conclusion to readers who are really into The-Entire-Universe-Is-In-Danger-And-Everyone-And-Everything-Is-In-Mortal-Peril-type stories, but not really my cuppa these days; there are only so many battles and heroics and betrayals and leveling ups i can take before ...

  • Steven
    Feb 12, 2018

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

    Executive Summary: A good ending to the series, but I didn't like it as much as The Palace of Glass. Full Review I read very little Young Adult, and absolutely no Middle Grade. I'm not the target demographic by any means. I really like Django Wexler though, so I decided to pick u...

    GIVE IT TO ME! I want so much Isaac and Alice it's not even normal. (view spoiler)[ESPECIALLY AFTER THEY KISSED. LIKE FUCKING TWICE???? (hide spoiler)] ...

    Moram da priznam da sam mo?da imao nerealno velika o?ekivanja od zavr?etka ovog serijala ali u svoju odbranu ka?em da su prethodne tri jedne od mojih omiljenih (dark) YA knjiga. Kako da objasnim, knjiga je odli?no napisana, likovi su stalno opasnim situacijama ali se pona?aju ...

    With Geryon trapped in the Infinite Prison, Alice has marshalled the other apprentices and the library creatures at his estate to fight back against the old Readers. Even with the aid of Ending to push back the Readers? creatures who invade through the Library, they are hard pressed ...

    This review is from an advanced reading copy given freely and without obligation (my thanks to the publisher and author). Where to start! I do not want to give ANY spoilers as we are still a few months from the official release date and I don't want to give anything away. Book 4 pro...

    This 358 page book gives us a great ending to this fantastic series. The author does a wonderful job of leading us through his plot with nicely drawn characters in intriguing settings. Surprise Twist!!! I highly recommend the entire series. ...

    I really enjoy this series and can't wait to find a copy of this book somewhere when it comes out. ...

    THERE'S ANOTHER BOOK? I THOUGHT THIS WAS A TRILOGY OMIGOD I'M SO EXCITED NOW!!! ...

    Decent conclusion to the series. As previously, my only cavil is that books here are pretty much used as furniture--they only serve as convenient plot devices and seldom if ever do you see anyone actually reading. Still, a diverting fantasy, fairly logical in construction and featuring...

    What a fun, whimsical, and entertaining conclusion to the Forbidden Library Quartet!!!! I discovered Django Wexler about 3 1/2 years ago when I stumbled upon 2 books, The Forbidden Library and The Thousand Names. I started with the Forbidden Library and man did it ever impress me for b...

    Okay, this series was amazing. Between the great female protagonists (yes, there's more than one), the amazing and unique world building, the multitude of challenges and obstacles, both to be fought, reasoned with, or outsmarted, and not knowing how it was going to end, this series was...

    I was holding back from reading it because I didn't want it to end - I wanted to read more about the different worlds and its inhabitants that Wexler's dreamt up and the adventures Alice and the gang gets up to. But all good things comes to and end, I suppose, and it was a good one....

    probably a satisfying conclusion to readers who are really into The-Entire-Universe-Is-In-Danger-And-Everyone-And-Everything-Is-In-Mortal-Peril-type stories, but not really my cuppa these days; there are only so many battles and heroics and betrayals and leveling ups i can take before ...

    A good conclusion to the series. I felt that it ended well. The themes and arcs tying up nicely. I would strongly recommend this book to anyone who has been reading the series. Likewise I would recommend this series to anyone interested in a fantasty story (accepting the young adult ta...

    I'm sad this is the end of the series. It was wrapped up nicely, but, still leaves me wanting to know what's going to happen and what those changes look like. Maybe Wexler might do novellas or something for a glimpse into the future of Alice's world. ...

    A solid end to an excellent series. If it doesn't add a lot to the innovative concepts introduced in the first three books, it largely makes up for that by getting all the pieces into place for a satisfying resolution. It was great to finally see the end of Alice's journey, and how far...

    I loved this series. A fast-paced, action-filled JFiction read that keeps you engaged throughout. Unexpected twists and turns keep you turning the pages. No graphic violence, uncomfortable situation/language, or angst. ...

    This was a good, satisfying end to an enjoyable series. This book started a little shaky by stating that things had happened a little differently at the end of book 3 then they really did, but that was a minor hiccup in the overall flow of a good concluding book. ...

    REJOICE! Again all ye, I say rejoice! It has been so long since I've read a good book, and even longer since I've been happy with the conclusion of a series. *Happy tears stream down my face* P.S. Yeah, I read this in one day. What else what I supposed to do with it being so cold ou...

    Reasonably satisfying conclusion to the series. ...

    This book wraps the entire story line. They do defeat the Old Readers and the Labyrinthines by the end. Well done. ...

    Really great ending to a great series. ...

  • Erik
    Jan 12, 2018

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

    Executive Summary: A good ending to the series, but I didn't like it as much as The Palace of Glass. Full Review I read very little Young Adult, and absolutely no Middle Grade. I'm not the target demographic by any means. I really like Django Wexler though, so I decided to pick u...

    GIVE IT TO ME! I want so much Isaac and Alice it's not even normal. (view spoiler)[ESPECIALLY AFTER THEY KISSED. LIKE FUCKING TWICE???? (hide spoiler)] ...

    Moram da priznam da sam mo?da imao nerealno velika o?ekivanja od zavr?etka ovog serijala ali u svoju odbranu ka?em da su prethodne tri jedne od mojih omiljenih (dark) YA knjiga. Kako da objasnim, knjiga je odli?no napisana, likovi su stalno opasnim situacijama ali se pona?aju ...

    With Geryon trapped in the Infinite Prison, Alice has marshalled the other apprentices and the library creatures at his estate to fight back against the old Readers. Even with the aid of Ending to push back the Readers? creatures who invade through the Library, they are hard pressed ...

    This review is from an advanced reading copy given freely and without obligation (my thanks to the publisher and author). Where to start! I do not want to give ANY spoilers as we are still a few months from the official release date and I don't want to give anything away. Book 4 pro...

    This 358 page book gives us a great ending to this fantastic series. The author does a wonderful job of leading us through his plot with nicely drawn characters in intriguing settings. Surprise Twist!!! I highly recommend the entire series. ...

    I really enjoy this series and can't wait to find a copy of this book somewhere when it comes out. ...

    THERE'S ANOTHER BOOK? I THOUGHT THIS WAS A TRILOGY OMIGOD I'M SO EXCITED NOW!!! ...

    Decent conclusion to the series. As previously, my only cavil is that books here are pretty much used as furniture--they only serve as convenient plot devices and seldom if ever do you see anyone actually reading. Still, a diverting fantasy, fairly logical in construction and featuring...

    What a fun, whimsical, and entertaining conclusion to the Forbidden Library Quartet!!!! I discovered Django Wexler about 3 1/2 years ago when I stumbled upon 2 books, The Forbidden Library and The Thousand Names. I started with the Forbidden Library and man did it ever impress me for b...

    Okay, this series was amazing. Between the great female protagonists (yes, there's more than one), the amazing and unique world building, the multitude of challenges and obstacles, both to be fought, reasoned with, or outsmarted, and not knowing how it was going to end, this series was...

    I was holding back from reading it because I didn't want it to end - I wanted to read more about the different worlds and its inhabitants that Wexler's dreamt up and the adventures Alice and the gang gets up to. But all good things comes to and end, I suppose, and it was a good one....

    probably a satisfying conclusion to readers who are really into The-Entire-Universe-Is-In-Danger-And-Everyone-And-Everything-Is-In-Mortal-Peril-type stories, but not really my cuppa these days; there are only so many battles and heroics and betrayals and leveling ups i can take before ...

    A good conclusion to the series. I felt that it ended well. The themes and arcs tying up nicely. I would strongly recommend this book to anyone who has been reading the series. Likewise I would recommend this series to anyone interested in a fantasty story (accepting the young adult ta...

    I'm sad this is the end of the series. It was wrapped up nicely, but, still leaves me wanting to know what's going to happen and what those changes look like. Maybe Wexler might do novellas or something for a glimpse into the future of Alice's world. ...

    A solid end to an excellent series. If it doesn't add a lot to the innovative concepts introduced in the first three books, it largely makes up for that by getting all the pieces into place for a satisfying resolution. It was great to finally see the end of Alice's journey, and how far...

    I loved this series. A fast-paced, action-filled JFiction read that keeps you engaged throughout. Unexpected twists and turns keep you turning the pages. No graphic violence, uncomfortable situation/language, or angst. ...

    This was a good, satisfying end to an enjoyable series. This book started a little shaky by stating that things had happened a little differently at the end of book 3 then they really did, but that was a minor hiccup in the overall flow of a good concluding book. ...

  • Qing
    Dec 23, 2017

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

    Executive Summary: A good ending to the series, but I didn't like it as much as The Palace of Glass. Full Review I read very little Young Adult, and absolutely no Middle Grade. I'm not the target demographic by any means. I really like Django Wexler though, so I decided to pick u...

    GIVE IT TO ME! I want so much Isaac and Alice it's not even normal. (view spoiler)[ESPECIALLY AFTER THEY KISSED. LIKE FUCKING TWICE???? (hide spoiler)] ...

    Moram da priznam da sam mo?da imao nerealno velika o?ekivanja od zavr?etka ovog serijala ali u svoju odbranu ka?em da su prethodne tri jedne od mojih omiljenih (dark) YA knjiga. Kako da objasnim, knjiga je odli?no napisana, likovi su stalno opasnim situacijama ali se pona?aju ...

    With Geryon trapped in the Infinite Prison, Alice has marshalled the other apprentices and the library creatures at his estate to fight back against the old Readers. Even with the aid of Ending to push back the Readers? creatures who invade through the Library, they are hard pressed ...

    This review is from an advanced reading copy given freely and without obligation (my thanks to the publisher and author). Where to start! I do not want to give ANY spoilers as we are still a few months from the official release date and I don't want to give anything away. Book 4 pro...

    This 358 page book gives us a great ending to this fantastic series. The author does a wonderful job of leading us through his plot with nicely drawn characters in intriguing settings. Surprise Twist!!! I highly recommend the entire series. ...

    I really enjoy this series and can't wait to find a copy of this book somewhere when it comes out. ...

    THERE'S ANOTHER BOOK? I THOUGHT THIS WAS A TRILOGY OMIGOD I'M SO EXCITED NOW!!! ...

    Decent conclusion to the series. As previously, my only cavil is that books here are pretty much used as furniture--they only serve as convenient plot devices and seldom if ever do you see anyone actually reading. Still, a diverting fantasy, fairly logical in construction and featuring...

    What a fun, whimsical, and entertaining conclusion to the Forbidden Library Quartet!!!! I discovered Django Wexler about 3 1/2 years ago when I stumbled upon 2 books, The Forbidden Library and The Thousand Names. I started with the Forbidden Library and man did it ever impress me for b...

    Okay, this series was amazing. Between the great female protagonists (yes, there's more than one), the amazing and unique world building, the multitude of challenges and obstacles, both to be fought, reasoned with, or outsmarted, and not knowing how it was going to end, this series was...

    I was holding back from reading it because I didn't want it to end - I wanted to read more about the different worlds and its inhabitants that Wexler's dreamt up and the adventures Alice and the gang gets up to. But all good things comes to and end, I suppose, and it was a good one....

  • Mogsy (MMOGC)
    Nov 27, 2017

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

  • Emily Noel
    Jan 05, 2018

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

    Executive Summary: A good ending to the series, but I didn't like it as much as The Palace of Glass. Full Review I read very little Young Adult, and absolutely no Middle Grade. I'm not the target demographic by any means. I really like Django Wexler though, so I decided to pick u...

    GIVE IT TO ME! I want so much Isaac and Alice it's not even normal. (view spoiler)[ESPECIALLY AFTER THEY KISSED. LIKE FUCKING TWICE???? (hide spoiler)] ...

    Moram da priznam da sam mo?da imao nerealno velika o?ekivanja od zavr?etka ovog serijala ali u svoju odbranu ka?em da su prethodne tri jedne od mojih omiljenih (dark) YA knjiga. Kako da objasnim, knjiga je odli?no napisana, likovi su stalno opasnim situacijama ali se pona?aju ...

    With Geryon trapped in the Infinite Prison, Alice has marshalled the other apprentices and the library creatures at his estate to fight back against the old Readers. Even with the aid of Ending to push back the Readers? creatures who invade through the Library, they are hard pressed ...

    This review is from an advanced reading copy given freely and without obligation (my thanks to the publisher and author). Where to start! I do not want to give ANY spoilers as we are still a few months from the official release date and I don't want to give anything away. Book 4 pro...

    This 358 page book gives us a great ending to this fantastic series. The author does a wonderful job of leading us through his plot with nicely drawn characters in intriguing settings. Surprise Twist!!! I highly recommend the entire series. ...

    I really enjoy this series and can't wait to find a copy of this book somewhere when it comes out. ...

    THERE'S ANOTHER BOOK? I THOUGHT THIS WAS A TRILOGY OMIGOD I'M SO EXCITED NOW!!! ...

    Decent conclusion to the series. As previously, my only cavil is that books here are pretty much used as furniture--they only serve as convenient plot devices and seldom if ever do you see anyone actually reading. Still, a diverting fantasy, fairly logical in construction and featuring...

    What a fun, whimsical, and entertaining conclusion to the Forbidden Library Quartet!!!! I discovered Django Wexler about 3 1/2 years ago when I stumbled upon 2 books, The Forbidden Library and The Thousand Names. I started with the Forbidden Library and man did it ever impress me for b...

    Okay, this series was amazing. Between the great female protagonists (yes, there's more than one), the amazing and unique world building, the multitude of challenges and obstacles, both to be fought, reasoned with, or outsmarted, and not knowing how it was going to end, this series was...

    I was holding back from reading it because I didn't want it to end - I wanted to read more about the different worlds and its inhabitants that Wexler's dreamt up and the adventures Alice and the gang gets up to. But all good things comes to and end, I suppose, and it was a good one....

    probably a satisfying conclusion to readers who are really into The-Entire-Universe-Is-In-Danger-And-Everyone-And-Everything-Is-In-Mortal-Peril-type stories, but not really my cuppa these days; there are only so many battles and heroics and betrayals and leveling ups i can take before ...

    A good conclusion to the series. I felt that it ended well. The themes and arcs tying up nicely. I would strongly recommend this book to anyone who has been reading the series. Likewise I would recommend this series to anyone interested in a fantasty story (accepting the young adult ta...

    I'm sad this is the end of the series. It was wrapped up nicely, but, still leaves me wanting to know what's going to happen and what those changes look like. Maybe Wexler might do novellas or something for a glimpse into the future of Alice's world. ...

    A solid end to an excellent series. If it doesn't add a lot to the innovative concepts introduced in the first three books, it largely makes up for that by getting all the pieces into place for a satisfying resolution. It was great to finally see the end of Alice's journey, and how far...

    I loved this series. A fast-paced, action-filled JFiction read that keeps you engaged throughout. Unexpected twists and turns keep you turning the pages. No graphic violence, uncomfortable situation/language, or angst. ...

    This was a good, satisfying end to an enjoyable series. This book started a little shaky by stating that things had happened a little differently at the end of book 3 then they really did, but that was a minor hiccup in the overall flow of a good concluding book. ...

    REJOICE! Again all ye, I say rejoice! It has been so long since I've read a good book, and even longer since I've been happy with the conclusion of a series. *Happy tears stream down my face* P.S. Yeah, I read this in one day. What else what I supposed to do with it being so cold ou...

    Reasonably satisfying conclusion to the series. ...

    This book wraps the entire story line. They do defeat the Old Readers and the Labyrinthines by the end. Well done. ...

    Really great ending to a great series. ...

    If I was not it in a book store, I would have screamed with joy when I read the last page. ...

    While I'm sad to see Alice's story come to a conclusion, the final volume was filled with just as much adventure, humor, and emotion as the previous three. Wexler's world of labyrinths and libraries is rich and deeply imagined. Alice remains true to herself and her friends, and is a wh...

  • Pam
    Jul 13, 2016

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

    Executive Summary: A good ending to the series, but I didn't like it as much as The Palace of Glass. Full Review I read very little Young Adult, and absolutely no Middle Grade. I'm not the target demographic by any means. I really like Django Wexler though, so I decided to pick u...

    GIVE IT TO ME! I want so much Isaac and Alice it's not even normal. (view spoiler)[ESPECIALLY AFTER THEY KISSED. LIKE FUCKING TWICE???? (hide spoiler)] ...

    Moram da priznam da sam mo?da imao nerealno velika o?ekivanja od zavr?etka ovog serijala ali u svoju odbranu ka?em da su prethodne tri jedne od mojih omiljenih (dark) YA knjiga. Kako da objasnim, knjiga je odli?no napisana, likovi su stalno opasnim situacijama ali se pona?aju ...

    With Geryon trapped in the Infinite Prison, Alice has marshalled the other apprentices and the library creatures at his estate to fight back against the old Readers. Even with the aid of Ending to push back the Readers? creatures who invade through the Library, they are hard pressed ...

    This review is from an advanced reading copy given freely and without obligation (my thanks to the publisher and author). Where to start! I do not want to give ANY spoilers as we are still a few months from the official release date and I don't want to give anything away. Book 4 pro...

    This 358 page book gives us a great ending to this fantastic series. The author does a wonderful job of leading us through his plot with nicely drawn characters in intriguing settings. Surprise Twist!!! I highly recommend the entire series. ...

    I really enjoy this series and can't wait to find a copy of this book somewhere when it comes out. ...

    THERE'S ANOTHER BOOK? I THOUGHT THIS WAS A TRILOGY OMIGOD I'M SO EXCITED NOW!!! ...

    Decent conclusion to the series. As previously, my only cavil is that books here are pretty much used as furniture--they only serve as convenient plot devices and seldom if ever do you see anyone actually reading. Still, a diverting fantasy, fairly logical in construction and featuring...

    What a fun, whimsical, and entertaining conclusion to the Forbidden Library Quartet!!!! I discovered Django Wexler about 3 1/2 years ago when I stumbled upon 2 books, The Forbidden Library and The Thousand Names. I started with the Forbidden Library and man did it ever impress me for b...

    Okay, this series was amazing. Between the great female protagonists (yes, there's more than one), the amazing and unique world building, the multitude of challenges and obstacles, both to be fought, reasoned with, or outsmarted, and not knowing how it was going to end, this series was...

    I was holding back from reading it because I didn't want it to end - I wanted to read more about the different worlds and its inhabitants that Wexler's dreamt up and the adventures Alice and the gang gets up to. But all good things comes to and end, I suppose, and it was a good one....

    probably a satisfying conclusion to readers who are really into The-Entire-Universe-Is-In-Danger-And-Everyone-And-Everything-Is-In-Mortal-Peril-type stories, but not really my cuppa these days; there are only so many battles and heroics and betrayals and leveling ups i can take before ...

    A good conclusion to the series. I felt that it ended well. The themes and arcs tying up nicely. I would strongly recommend this book to anyone who has been reading the series. Likewise I would recommend this series to anyone interested in a fantasty story (accepting the young adult ta...

    I'm sad this is the end of the series. It was wrapped up nicely, but, still leaves me wanting to know what's going to happen and what those changes look like. Maybe Wexler might do novellas or something for a glimpse into the future of Alice's world. ...

    A solid end to an excellent series. If it doesn't add a lot to the innovative concepts introduced in the first three books, it largely makes up for that by getting all the pieces into place for a satisfying resolution. It was great to finally see the end of Alice's journey, and how far...

    I loved this series. A fast-paced, action-filled JFiction read that keeps you engaged throughout. Unexpected twists and turns keep you turning the pages. No graphic violence, uncomfortable situation/language, or angst. ...

    This was a good, satisfying end to an enjoyable series. This book started a little shaky by stating that things had happened a little differently at the end of book 3 then they really did, but that was a minor hiccup in the overall flow of a good concluding book. ...

    REJOICE! Again all ye, I say rejoice! It has been so long since I've read a good book, and even longer since I've been happy with the conclusion of a series. *Happy tears stream down my face* P.S. Yeah, I read this in one day. What else what I supposed to do with it being so cold ou...

    Reasonably satisfying conclusion to the series. ...

    This book wraps the entire story line. They do defeat the Old Readers and the Labyrinthines by the end. Well done. ...

  • Rob
    Apr 20, 2017

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

    Executive Summary: A good ending to the series, but I didn't like it as much as The Palace of Glass. Full Review I read very little Young Adult, and absolutely no Middle Grade. I'm not the target demographic by any means. I really like Django Wexler though, so I decided to pick u...

  • Nicki
    Jan 02, 2018

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

    Executive Summary: A good ending to the series, but I didn't like it as much as The Palace of Glass. Full Review I read very little Young Adult, and absolutely no Middle Grade. I'm not the target demographic by any means. I really like Django Wexler though, so I decided to pick u...

    GIVE IT TO ME! I want so much Isaac and Alice it's not even normal. (view spoiler)[ESPECIALLY AFTER THEY KISSED. LIKE FUCKING TWICE???? (hide spoiler)] ...

    Moram da priznam da sam mo?da imao nerealno velika o?ekivanja od zavr?etka ovog serijala ali u svoju odbranu ka?em da su prethodne tri jedne od mojih omiljenih (dark) YA knjiga. Kako da objasnim, knjiga je odli?no napisana, likovi su stalno opasnim situacijama ali se pona?aju ...

    With Geryon trapped in the Infinite Prison, Alice has marshalled the other apprentices and the library creatures at his estate to fight back against the old Readers. Even with the aid of Ending to push back the Readers? creatures who invade through the Library, they are hard pressed ...

  • Django Wexler
    Dec 26, 2017

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

  • As Hot As Jack Frost
    Jan 13, 2017

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

    Executive Summary: A good ending to the series, but I didn't like it as much as The Palace of Glass. Full Review I read very little Young Adult, and absolutely no Middle Grade. I'm not the target demographic by any means. I really like Django Wexler though, so I decided to pick u...

    GIVE IT TO ME! I want so much Isaac and Alice it's not even normal. (view spoiler)[ESPECIALLY AFTER THEY KISSED. LIKE FUCKING TWICE???? (hide spoiler)] ...

    Moram da priznam da sam mo?da imao nerealno velika o?ekivanja od zavr?etka ovog serijala ali u svoju odbranu ka?em da su prethodne tri jedne od mojih omiljenih (dark) YA knjiga. Kako da objasnim, knjiga je odli?no napisana, likovi su stalno opasnim situacijama ali se pona?aju ...

    With Geryon trapped in the Infinite Prison, Alice has marshalled the other apprentices and the library creatures at his estate to fight back against the old Readers. Even with the aid of Ending to push back the Readers? creatures who invade through the Library, they are hard pressed ...

    This review is from an advanced reading copy given freely and without obligation (my thanks to the publisher and author). Where to start! I do not want to give ANY spoilers as we are still a few months from the official release date and I don't want to give anything away. Book 4 pro...

    This 358 page book gives us a great ending to this fantastic series. The author does a wonderful job of leading us through his plot with nicely drawn characters in intriguing settings. Surprise Twist!!! I highly recommend the entire series. ...

    I really enjoy this series and can't wait to find a copy of this book somewhere when it comes out. ...

    THERE'S ANOTHER BOOK? I THOUGHT THIS WAS A TRILOGY OMIGOD I'M SO EXCITED NOW!!! ...

  • sana  °¤°
    May 31, 2016

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

    Executive Summary: A good ending to the series, but I didn't like it as much as The Palace of Glass. Full Review I read very little Young Adult, and absolutely no Middle Grade. I'm not the target demographic by any means. I really like Django Wexler though, so I decided to pick u...

    GIVE IT TO ME! I want so much Isaac and Alice it's not even normal. (view spoiler)[ESPECIALLY AFTER THEY KISSED. LIKE FUCKING TWICE???? (hide spoiler)] ...

  • Jassira Raxlly
    Apr 05, 2017

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

    Executive Summary: A good ending to the series, but I didn't like it as much as The Palace of Glass. Full Review I read very little Young Adult, and absolutely no Middle Grade. I'm not the target demographic by any means. I really like Django Wexler though, so I decided to pick u...

    GIVE IT TO ME! I want so much Isaac and Alice it's not even normal. (view spoiler)[ESPECIALLY AFTER THEY KISSED. LIKE FUCKING TWICE???? (hide spoiler)] ...

    Moram da priznam da sam mo?da imao nerealno velika o?ekivanja od zavr?etka ovog serijala ali u svoju odbranu ka?em da su prethodne tri jedne od mojih omiljenih (dark) YA knjiga. Kako da objasnim, knjiga je odli?no napisana, likovi su stalno opasnim situacijama ali se pona?aju ...

    With Geryon trapped in the Infinite Prison, Alice has marshalled the other apprentices and the library creatures at his estate to fight back against the old Readers. Even with the aid of Ending to push back the Readers? creatures who invade through the Library, they are hard pressed ...

    This review is from an advanced reading copy given freely and without obligation (my thanks to the publisher and author). Where to start! I do not want to give ANY spoilers as we are still a few months from the official release date and I don't want to give anything away. Book 4 pro...

    This 358 page book gives us a great ending to this fantastic series. The author does a wonderful job of leading us through his plot with nicely drawn characters in intriguing settings. Surprise Twist!!! I highly recommend the entire series. ...

    I really enjoy this series and can't wait to find a copy of this book somewhere when it comes out. ...

    THERE'S ANOTHER BOOK? I THOUGHT THIS WAS A TRILOGY OMIGOD I'M SO EXCITED NOW!!! ...

    Decent conclusion to the series. As previously, my only cavil is that books here are pretty much used as furniture--they only serve as convenient plot devices and seldom if ever do you see anyone actually reading. Still, a diverting fantasy, fairly logical in construction and featuring...

    What a fun, whimsical, and entertaining conclusion to the Forbidden Library Quartet!!!! I discovered Django Wexler about 3 1/2 years ago when I stumbled upon 2 books, The Forbidden Library and The Thousand Names. I started with the Forbidden Library and man did it ever impress me for b...

    Okay, this series was amazing. Between the great female protagonists (yes, there's more than one), the amazing and unique world building, the multitude of challenges and obstacles, both to be fought, reasoned with, or outsmarted, and not knowing how it was going to end, this series was...

    I was holding back from reading it because I didn't want it to end - I wanted to read more about the different worlds and its inhabitants that Wexler's dreamt up and the adventures Alice and the gang gets up to. But all good things comes to and end, I suppose, and it was a good one....

    probably a satisfying conclusion to readers who are really into The-Entire-Universe-Is-In-Danger-And-Everyone-And-Everything-Is-In-Mortal-Peril-type stories, but not really my cuppa these days; there are only so many battles and heroics and betrayals and leveling ups i can take before ...

    A good conclusion to the series. I felt that it ended well. The themes and arcs tying up nicely. I would strongly recommend this book to anyone who has been reading the series. Likewise I would recommend this series to anyone interested in a fantasty story (accepting the young adult ta...

    I'm sad this is the end of the series. It was wrapped up nicely, but, still leaves me wanting to know what's going to happen and what those changes look like. Maybe Wexler might do novellas or something for a glimpse into the future of Alice's world. ...

  • Marg Corjay
    Feb 03, 2018

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

    Executive Summary: A good ending to the series, but I didn't like it as much as The Palace of Glass. Full Review I read very little Young Adult, and absolutely no Middle Grade. I'm not the target demographic by any means. I really like Django Wexler though, so I decided to pick u...

    GIVE IT TO ME! I want so much Isaac and Alice it's not even normal. (view spoiler)[ESPECIALLY AFTER THEY KISSED. LIKE FUCKING TWICE???? (hide spoiler)] ...

    Moram da priznam da sam mo?da imao nerealno velika o?ekivanja od zavr?etka ovog serijala ali u svoju odbranu ka?em da su prethodne tri jedne od mojih omiljenih (dark) YA knjiga. Kako da objasnim, knjiga je odli?no napisana, likovi su stalno opasnim situacijama ali se pona?aju ...

    With Geryon trapped in the Infinite Prison, Alice has marshalled the other apprentices and the library creatures at his estate to fight back against the old Readers. Even with the aid of Ending to push back the Readers? creatures who invade through the Library, they are hard pressed ...

    This review is from an advanced reading copy given freely and without obligation (my thanks to the publisher and author). Where to start! I do not want to give ANY spoilers as we are still a few months from the official release date and I don't want to give anything away. Book 4 pro...

    This 358 page book gives us a great ending to this fantastic series. The author does a wonderful job of leading us through his plot with nicely drawn characters in intriguing settings. Surprise Twist!!! I highly recommend the entire series. ...

    I really enjoy this series and can't wait to find a copy of this book somewhere when it comes out. ...

    THERE'S ANOTHER BOOK? I THOUGHT THIS WAS A TRILOGY OMIGOD I'M SO EXCITED NOW!!! ...

    Decent conclusion to the series. As previously, my only cavil is that books here are pretty much used as furniture--they only serve as convenient plot devices and seldom if ever do you see anyone actually reading. Still, a diverting fantasy, fairly logical in construction and featuring...

    What a fun, whimsical, and entertaining conclusion to the Forbidden Library Quartet!!!! I discovered Django Wexler about 3 1/2 years ago when I stumbled upon 2 books, The Forbidden Library and The Thousand Names. I started with the Forbidden Library and man did it ever impress me for b...

    Okay, this series was amazing. Between the great female protagonists (yes, there's more than one), the amazing and unique world building, the multitude of challenges and obstacles, both to be fought, reasoned with, or outsmarted, and not knowing how it was going to end, this series was...

    I was holding back from reading it because I didn't want it to end - I wanted to read more about the different worlds and its inhabitants that Wexler's dreamt up and the adventures Alice and the gang gets up to. But all good things comes to and end, I suppose, and it was a good one....

    probably a satisfying conclusion to readers who are really into The-Entire-Universe-Is-In-Danger-And-Everyone-And-Everything-Is-In-Mortal-Peril-type stories, but not really my cuppa these days; there are only so many battles and heroics and betrayals and leveling ups i can take before ...

    A good conclusion to the series. I felt that it ended well. The themes and arcs tying up nicely. I would strongly recommend this book to anyone who has been reading the series. Likewise I would recommend this series to anyone interested in a fantasty story (accepting the young adult ta...

    I'm sad this is the end of the series. It was wrapped up nicely, but, still leaves me wanting to know what's going to happen and what those changes look like. Maybe Wexler might do novellas or something for a glimpse into the future of Alice's world. ...

    A solid end to an excellent series. If it doesn't add a lot to the innovative concepts introduced in the first three books, it largely makes up for that by getting all the pieces into place for a satisfying resolution. It was great to finally see the end of Alice's journey, and how far...

    I loved this series. A fast-paced, action-filled JFiction read that keeps you engaged throughout. Unexpected twists and turns keep you turning the pages. No graphic violence, uncomfortable situation/language, or angst. ...

  • Daniel
    Jan 12, 2018

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

    Executive Summary: A good ending to the series, but I didn't like it as much as The Palace of Glass. Full Review I read very little Young Adult, and absolutely no Middle Grade. I'm not the target demographic by any means. I really like Django Wexler though, so I decided to pick u...

    GIVE IT TO ME! I want so much Isaac and Alice it's not even normal. (view spoiler)[ESPECIALLY AFTER THEY KISSED. LIKE FUCKING TWICE???? (hide spoiler)] ...

    Moram da priznam da sam mo?da imao nerealno velika o?ekivanja od zavr?etka ovog serijala ali u svoju odbranu ka?em da su prethodne tri jedne od mojih omiljenih (dark) YA knjiga. Kako da objasnim, knjiga je odli?no napisana, likovi su stalno opasnim situacijama ali se pona?aju ...

  • Travis
    Feb 11, 2015

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

    Executive Summary: A good ending to the series, but I didn't like it as much as The Palace of Glass. Full Review I read very little Young Adult, and absolutely no Middle Grade. I'm not the target demographic by any means. I really like Django Wexler though, so I decided to pick u...

    GIVE IT TO ME! I want so much Isaac and Alice it's not even normal. (view spoiler)[ESPECIALLY AFTER THEY KISSED. LIKE FUCKING TWICE???? (hide spoiler)] ...

    Moram da priznam da sam mo?da imao nerealno velika o?ekivanja od zavr?etka ovog serijala ali u svoju odbranu ka?em da su prethodne tri jedne od mojih omiljenih (dark) YA knjiga. Kako da objasnim, knjiga je odli?no napisana, likovi su stalno opasnim situacijama ali se pona?aju ...

    With Geryon trapped in the Infinite Prison, Alice has marshalled the other apprentices and the library creatures at his estate to fight back against the old Readers. Even with the aid of Ending to push back the Readers? creatures who invade through the Library, they are hard pressed ...

    This review is from an advanced reading copy given freely and without obligation (my thanks to the publisher and author). Where to start! I do not want to give ANY spoilers as we are still a few months from the official release date and I don't want to give anything away. Book 4 pro...

    This 358 page book gives us a great ending to this fantastic series. The author does a wonderful job of leading us through his plot with nicely drawn characters in intriguing settings. Surprise Twist!!! I highly recommend the entire series. ...

    I really enjoy this series and can't wait to find a copy of this book somewhere when it comes out. ...

    THERE'S ANOTHER BOOK? I THOUGHT THIS WAS A TRILOGY OMIGOD I'M SO EXCITED NOW!!! ...

    Decent conclusion to the series. As previously, my only cavil is that books here are pretty much used as furniture--they only serve as convenient plot devices and seldom if ever do you see anyone actually reading. Still, a diverting fantasy, fairly logical in construction and featuring...

    What a fun, whimsical, and entertaining conclusion to the Forbidden Library Quartet!!!! I discovered Django Wexler about 3 1/2 years ago when I stumbled upon 2 books, The Forbidden Library and The Thousand Names. I started with the Forbidden Library and man did it ever impress me for b...

  • Jeff Counts
    Jan 29, 2018

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

    Executive Summary: A good ending to the series, but I didn't like it as much as The Palace of Glass. Full Review I read very little Young Adult, and absolutely no Middle Grade. I'm not the target demographic by any means. I really like Django Wexler though, so I decided to pick u...

    GIVE IT TO ME! I want so much Isaac and Alice it's not even normal. (view spoiler)[ESPECIALLY AFTER THEY KISSED. LIKE FUCKING TWICE???? (hide spoiler)] ...

    Moram da priznam da sam mo?da imao nerealno velika o?ekivanja od zavr?etka ovog serijala ali u svoju odbranu ka?em da su prethodne tri jedne od mojih omiljenih (dark) YA knjiga. Kako da objasnim, knjiga je odli?no napisana, likovi su stalno opasnim situacijama ali se pona?aju ...

    With Geryon trapped in the Infinite Prison, Alice has marshalled the other apprentices and the library creatures at his estate to fight back against the old Readers. Even with the aid of Ending to push back the Readers? creatures who invade through the Library, they are hard pressed ...

    This review is from an advanced reading copy given freely and without obligation (my thanks to the publisher and author). Where to start! I do not want to give ANY spoilers as we are still a few months from the official release date and I don't want to give anything away. Book 4 pro...

    This 358 page book gives us a great ending to this fantastic series. The author does a wonderful job of leading us through his plot with nicely drawn characters in intriguing settings. Surprise Twist!!! I highly recommend the entire series. ...

    I really enjoy this series and can't wait to find a copy of this book somewhere when it comes out. ...

    THERE'S ANOTHER BOOK? I THOUGHT THIS WAS A TRILOGY OMIGOD I'M SO EXCITED NOW!!! ...

    Decent conclusion to the series. As previously, my only cavil is that books here are pretty much used as furniture--they only serve as convenient plot devices and seldom if ever do you see anyone actually reading. Still, a diverting fantasy, fairly logical in construction and featuring...

    What a fun, whimsical, and entertaining conclusion to the Forbidden Library Quartet!!!! I discovered Django Wexler about 3 1/2 years ago when I stumbled upon 2 books, The Forbidden Library and The Thousand Names. I started with the Forbidden Library and man did it ever impress me for b...

    Okay, this series was amazing. Between the great female protagonists (yes, there's more than one), the amazing and unique world building, the multitude of challenges and obstacles, both to be fought, reasoned with, or outsmarted, and not knowing how it was going to end, this series was...

    I was holding back from reading it because I didn't want it to end - I wanted to read more about the different worlds and its inhabitants that Wexler's dreamt up and the adventures Alice and the gang gets up to. But all good things comes to and end, I suppose, and it was a good one....

    probably a satisfying conclusion to readers who are really into The-Entire-Universe-Is-In-Danger-And-Everyone-And-Everything-Is-In-Mortal-Peril-type stories, but not really my cuppa these days; there are only so many battles and heroics and betrayals and leveling ups i can take before ...

    A good conclusion to the series. I felt that it ended well. The themes and arcs tying up nicely. I would strongly recommend this book to anyone who has been reading the series. Likewise I would recommend this series to anyone interested in a fantasty story (accepting the young adult ta...

    I'm sad this is the end of the series. It was wrapped up nicely, but, still leaves me wanting to know what's going to happen and what those changes look like. Maybe Wexler might do novellas or something for a glimpse into the future of Alice's world. ...

    A solid end to an excellent series. If it doesn't add a lot to the innovative concepts introduced in the first three books, it largely makes up for that by getting all the pieces into place for a satisfying resolution. It was great to finally see the end of Alice's journey, and how far...

    I loved this series. A fast-paced, action-filled JFiction read that keeps you engaged throughout. Unexpected twists and turns keep you turning the pages. No graphic violence, uncomfortable situation/language, or angst. ...

    This was a good, satisfying end to an enjoyable series. This book started a little shaky by stating that things had happened a little differently at the end of book 3 then they really did, but that was a minor hiccup in the overall flow of a good concluding book. ...

    REJOICE! Again all ye, I say rejoice! It has been so long since I've read a good book, and even longer since I've been happy with the conclusion of a series. *Happy tears stream down my face* P.S. Yeah, I read this in one day. What else what I supposed to do with it being so cold ou...

    Reasonably satisfying conclusion to the series. ...

    This book wraps the entire story line. They do defeat the Old Readers and the Labyrinthines by the end. Well done. ...

    Really great ending to a great series. ...

    If I was not it in a book store, I would have screamed with joy when I read the last page. ...

    While I'm sad to see Alice's story come to a conclusion, the final volume was filled with just as much adventure, humor, and emotion as the previous three. Wexler's world of labyrinths and libraries is rich and deeply imagined. Alice remains true to herself and her friends, and is a wh...

    The last in the series about the battle between the Readers and the Labrythine. Alice must lead all of the library creatures to defeat all of their enemies. I liked this series quite a lot. Why not? It involves books and cats and adventurous girls. All the best things. ...

    Wow, a high-octane conclusion to a wonderful middle-grade adventure series. With some unexpected twists and turns, this one goes wider, deeper, and farther than the rest. You don?t know who you can trust. On to the review, because as we know by now - there's no percentage in hangi...

    Aww.. I can't wait to read it, aven tho its gonna be the last one and all... ...

    ...

  • Margaret Rose
    May 08, 2016

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

    Executive Summary: A good ending to the series, but I didn't like it as much as The Palace of Glass. Full Review I read very little Young Adult, and absolutely no Middle Grade. I'm not the target demographic by any means. I really like Django Wexler though, so I decided to pick u...

    GIVE IT TO ME! I want so much Isaac and Alice it's not even normal. (view spoiler)[ESPECIALLY AFTER THEY KISSED. LIKE FUCKING TWICE???? (hide spoiler)] ...

    Moram da priznam da sam mo?da imao nerealno velika o?ekivanja od zavr?etka ovog serijala ali u svoju odbranu ka?em da su prethodne tri jedne od mojih omiljenih (dark) YA knjiga. Kako da objasnim, knjiga je odli?no napisana, likovi su stalno opasnim situacijama ali se pona?aju ...

    With Geryon trapped in the Infinite Prison, Alice has marshalled the other apprentices and the library creatures at his estate to fight back against the old Readers. Even with the aid of Ending to push back the Readers? creatures who invade through the Library, they are hard pressed ...

    This review is from an advanced reading copy given freely and without obligation (my thanks to the publisher and author). Where to start! I do not want to give ANY spoilers as we are still a few months from the official release date and I don't want to give anything away. Book 4 pro...

    This 358 page book gives us a great ending to this fantastic series. The author does a wonderful job of leading us through his plot with nicely drawn characters in intriguing settings. Surprise Twist!!! I highly recommend the entire series. ...

    I really enjoy this series and can't wait to find a copy of this book somewhere when it comes out. ...

    THERE'S ANOTHER BOOK? I THOUGHT THIS WAS A TRILOGY OMIGOD I'M SO EXCITED NOW!!! ...

    Decent conclusion to the series. As previously, my only cavil is that books here are pretty much used as furniture--they only serve as convenient plot devices and seldom if ever do you see anyone actually reading. Still, a diverting fantasy, fairly logical in construction and featuring...

    What a fun, whimsical, and entertaining conclusion to the Forbidden Library Quartet!!!! I discovered Django Wexler about 3 1/2 years ago when I stumbled upon 2 books, The Forbidden Library and The Thousand Names. I started with the Forbidden Library and man did it ever impress me for b...

    Okay, this series was amazing. Between the great female protagonists (yes, there's more than one), the amazing and unique world building, the multitude of challenges and obstacles, both to be fought, reasoned with, or outsmarted, and not knowing how it was going to end, this series was...

    I was holding back from reading it because I didn't want it to end - I wanted to read more about the different worlds and its inhabitants that Wexler's dreamt up and the adventures Alice and the gang gets up to. But all good things comes to and end, I suppose, and it was a good one....

    probably a satisfying conclusion to readers who are really into The-Entire-Universe-Is-In-Danger-And-Everyone-And-Everything-Is-In-Mortal-Peril-type stories, but not really my cuppa these days; there are only so many battles and heroics and betrayals and leveling ups i can take before ...

    A good conclusion to the series. I felt that it ended well. The themes and arcs tying up nicely. I would strongly recommend this book to anyone who has been reading the series. Likewise I would recommend this series to anyone interested in a fantasty story (accepting the young adult ta...

    I'm sad this is the end of the series. It was wrapped up nicely, but, still leaves me wanting to know what's going to happen and what those changes look like. Maybe Wexler might do novellas or something for a glimpse into the future of Alice's world. ...

    A solid end to an excellent series. If it doesn't add a lot to the innovative concepts introduced in the first three books, it largely makes up for that by getting all the pieces into place for a satisfying resolution. It was great to finally see the end of Alice's journey, and how far...

    I loved this series. A fast-paced, action-filled JFiction read that keeps you engaged throughout. Unexpected twists and turns keep you turning the pages. No graphic violence, uncomfortable situation/language, or angst. ...

    This was a good, satisfying end to an enjoyable series. This book started a little shaky by stating that things had happened a little differently at the end of book 3 then they really did, but that was a minor hiccup in the overall flow of a good concluding book. ...

    REJOICE! Again all ye, I say rejoice! It has been so long since I've read a good book, and even longer since I've been happy with the conclusion of a series. *Happy tears stream down my face* P.S. Yeah, I read this in one day. What else what I supposed to do with it being so cold ou...

  • Denise Spicer
    Oct 31, 2016

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

    Executive Summary: A good ending to the series, but I didn't like it as much as The Palace of Glass. Full Review I read very little Young Adult, and absolutely no Middle Grade. I'm not the target demographic by any means. I really like Django Wexler though, so I decided to pick u...

    GIVE IT TO ME! I want so much Isaac and Alice it's not even normal. (view spoiler)[ESPECIALLY AFTER THEY KISSED. LIKE FUCKING TWICE???? (hide spoiler)] ...

    Moram da priznam da sam mo?da imao nerealno velika o?ekivanja od zavr?etka ovog serijala ali u svoju odbranu ka?em da su prethodne tri jedne od mojih omiljenih (dark) YA knjiga. Kako da objasnim, knjiga je odli?no napisana, likovi su stalno opasnim situacijama ali se pona?aju ...

    With Geryon trapped in the Infinite Prison, Alice has marshalled the other apprentices and the library creatures at his estate to fight back against the old Readers. Even with the aid of Ending to push back the Readers? creatures who invade through the Library, they are hard pressed ...

    This review is from an advanced reading copy given freely and without obligation (my thanks to the publisher and author). Where to start! I do not want to give ANY spoilers as we are still a few months from the official release date and I don't want to give anything away. Book 4 pro...

    This 358 page book gives us a great ending to this fantastic series. The author does a wonderful job of leading us through his plot with nicely drawn characters in intriguing settings. Surprise Twist!!! I highly recommend the entire series. ...

  • Vashni
    Nov 15, 2016

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

    Executive Summary: A good ending to the series, but I didn't like it as much as The Palace of Glass. Full Review I read very little Young Adult, and absolutely no Middle Grade. I'm not the target demographic by any means. I really like Django Wexler though, so I decided to pick u...

    GIVE IT TO ME! I want so much Isaac and Alice it's not even normal. (view spoiler)[ESPECIALLY AFTER THEY KISSED. LIKE FUCKING TWICE???? (hide spoiler)] ...

    Moram da priznam da sam mo?da imao nerealno velika o?ekivanja od zavr?etka ovog serijala ali u svoju odbranu ka?em da su prethodne tri jedne od mojih omiljenih (dark) YA knjiga. Kako da objasnim, knjiga je odli?no napisana, likovi su stalno opasnim situacijama ali se pona?aju ...

    With Geryon trapped in the Infinite Prison, Alice has marshalled the other apprentices and the library creatures at his estate to fight back against the old Readers. Even with the aid of Ending to push back the Readers? creatures who invade through the Library, they are hard pressed ...

    This review is from an advanced reading copy given freely and without obligation (my thanks to the publisher and author). Where to start! I do not want to give ANY spoilers as we are still a few months from the official release date and I don't want to give anything away. Book 4 pro...

    This 358 page book gives us a great ending to this fantastic series. The author does a wonderful job of leading us through his plot with nicely drawn characters in intriguing settings. Surprise Twist!!! I highly recommend the entire series. ...

    I really enjoy this series and can't wait to find a copy of this book somewhere when it comes out. ...

    THERE'S ANOTHER BOOK? I THOUGHT THIS WAS A TRILOGY OMIGOD I'M SO EXCITED NOW!!! ...

    Decent conclusion to the series. As previously, my only cavil is that books here are pretty much used as furniture--they only serve as convenient plot devices and seldom if ever do you see anyone actually reading. Still, a diverting fantasy, fairly logical in construction and featuring...

    What a fun, whimsical, and entertaining conclusion to the Forbidden Library Quartet!!!! I discovered Django Wexler about 3 1/2 years ago when I stumbled upon 2 books, The Forbidden Library and The Thousand Names. I started with the Forbidden Library and man did it ever impress me for b...

    Okay, this series was amazing. Between the great female protagonists (yes, there's more than one), the amazing and unique world building, the multitude of challenges and obstacles, both to be fought, reasoned with, or outsmarted, and not knowing how it was going to end, this series was...

    I was holding back from reading it because I didn't want it to end - I wanted to read more about the different worlds and its inhabitants that Wexler's dreamt up and the adventures Alice and the gang gets up to. But all good things comes to and end, I suppose, and it was a good one....

    probably a satisfying conclusion to readers who are really into The-Entire-Universe-Is-In-Danger-And-Everyone-And-Everything-Is-In-Mortal-Peril-type stories, but not really my cuppa these days; there are only so many battles and heroics and betrayals and leveling ups i can take before ...

    A good conclusion to the series. I felt that it ended well. The themes and arcs tying up nicely. I would strongly recommend this book to anyone who has been reading the series. Likewise I would recommend this series to anyone interested in a fantasty story (accepting the young adult ta...

    I'm sad this is the end of the series. It was wrapped up nicely, but, still leaves me wanting to know what's going to happen and what those changes look like. Maybe Wexler might do novellas or something for a glimpse into the future of Alice's world. ...

    A solid end to an excellent series. If it doesn't add a lot to the innovative concepts introduced in the first three books, it largely makes up for that by getting all the pieces into place for a satisfying resolution. It was great to finally see the end of Alice's journey, and how far...

    I loved this series. A fast-paced, action-filled JFiction read that keeps you engaged throughout. Unexpected twists and turns keep you turning the pages. No graphic violence, uncomfortable situation/language, or angst. ...

    This was a good, satisfying end to an enjoyable series. This book started a little shaky by stating that things had happened a little differently at the end of book 3 then they really did, but that was a minor hiccup in the overall flow of a good concluding book. ...

    REJOICE! Again all ye, I say rejoice! It has been so long since I've read a good book, and even longer since I've been happy with the conclusion of a series. *Happy tears stream down my face* P.S. Yeah, I read this in one day. What else what I supposed to do with it being so cold ou...

    Reasonably satisfying conclusion to the series. ...

    This book wraps the entire story line. They do defeat the Old Readers and the Labyrinthines by the end. Well done. ...

    Really great ending to a great series. ...

    If I was not it in a book store, I would have screamed with joy when I read the last page. ...

    While I'm sad to see Alice's story come to a conclusion, the final volume was filled with just as much adventure, humor, and emotion as the previous three. Wexler's world of labyrinths and libraries is rich and deeply imagined. Alice remains true to herself and her friends, and is a wh...

    The last in the series about the battle between the Readers and the Labrythine. Alice must lead all of the library creatures to defeat all of their enemies. I liked this series quite a lot. Why not? It involves books and cats and adventurous girls. All the best things. ...

    Wow, a high-octane conclusion to a wonderful middle-grade adventure series. With some unexpected twists and turns, this one goes wider, deeper, and farther than the rest. You don?t know who you can trust. On to the review, because as we know by now - there's no percentage in hangi...

    Aww.. I can't wait to read it, aven tho its gonna be the last one and all... ...

  • Ben
    Jan 20, 2018

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

    Executive Summary: A good ending to the series, but I didn't like it as much as The Palace of Glass. Full Review I read very little Young Adult, and absolutely no Middle Grade. I'm not the target demographic by any means. I really like Django Wexler though, so I decided to pick u...

    GIVE IT TO ME! I want so much Isaac and Alice it's not even normal. (view spoiler)[ESPECIALLY AFTER THEY KISSED. LIKE FUCKING TWICE???? (hide spoiler)] ...

    Moram da priznam da sam mo?da imao nerealno velika o?ekivanja od zavr?etka ovog serijala ali u svoju odbranu ka?em da su prethodne tri jedne od mojih omiljenih (dark) YA knjiga. Kako da objasnim, knjiga je odli?no napisana, likovi su stalno opasnim situacijama ali se pona?aju ...

    With Geryon trapped in the Infinite Prison, Alice has marshalled the other apprentices and the library creatures at his estate to fight back against the old Readers. Even with the aid of Ending to push back the Readers? creatures who invade through the Library, they are hard pressed ...

    This review is from an advanced reading copy given freely and without obligation (my thanks to the publisher and author). Where to start! I do not want to give ANY spoilers as we are still a few months from the official release date and I don't want to give anything away. Book 4 pro...

    This 358 page book gives us a great ending to this fantastic series. The author does a wonderful job of leading us through his plot with nicely drawn characters in intriguing settings. Surprise Twist!!! I highly recommend the entire series. ...

    I really enjoy this series and can't wait to find a copy of this book somewhere when it comes out. ...

    THERE'S ANOTHER BOOK? I THOUGHT THIS WAS A TRILOGY OMIGOD I'M SO EXCITED NOW!!! ...

    Decent conclusion to the series. As previously, my only cavil is that books here are pretty much used as furniture--they only serve as convenient plot devices and seldom if ever do you see anyone actually reading. Still, a diverting fantasy, fairly logical in construction and featuring...

    What a fun, whimsical, and entertaining conclusion to the Forbidden Library Quartet!!!! I discovered Django Wexler about 3 1/2 years ago when I stumbled upon 2 books, The Forbidden Library and The Thousand Names. I started with the Forbidden Library and man did it ever impress me for b...

    Okay, this series was amazing. Between the great female protagonists (yes, there's more than one), the amazing and unique world building, the multitude of challenges and obstacles, both to be fought, reasoned with, or outsmarted, and not knowing how it was going to end, this series was...

    I was holding back from reading it because I didn't want it to end - I wanted to read more about the different worlds and its inhabitants that Wexler's dreamt up and the adventures Alice and the gang gets up to. But all good things comes to and end, I suppose, and it was a good one....

    probably a satisfying conclusion to readers who are really into The-Entire-Universe-Is-In-Danger-And-Everyone-And-Everything-Is-In-Mortal-Peril-type stories, but not really my cuppa these days; there are only so many battles and heroics and betrayals and leveling ups i can take before ...

    A good conclusion to the series. I felt that it ended well. The themes and arcs tying up nicely. I would strongly recommend this book to anyone who has been reading the series. Likewise I would recommend this series to anyone interested in a fantasty story (accepting the young adult ta...

  • Ry Herman
    Dec 19, 2017

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

    Executive Summary: A good ending to the series, but I didn't like it as much as The Palace of Glass. Full Review I read very little Young Adult, and absolutely no Middle Grade. I'm not the target demographic by any means. I really like Django Wexler though, so I decided to pick u...

    GIVE IT TO ME! I want so much Isaac and Alice it's not even normal. (view spoiler)[ESPECIALLY AFTER THEY KISSED. LIKE FUCKING TWICE???? (hide spoiler)] ...

    Moram da priznam da sam mo?da imao nerealno velika o?ekivanja od zavr?etka ovog serijala ali u svoju odbranu ka?em da su prethodne tri jedne od mojih omiljenih (dark) YA knjiga. Kako da objasnim, knjiga je odli?no napisana, likovi su stalno opasnim situacijama ali se pona?aju ...

    With Geryon trapped in the Infinite Prison, Alice has marshalled the other apprentices and the library creatures at his estate to fight back against the old Readers. Even with the aid of Ending to push back the Readers? creatures who invade through the Library, they are hard pressed ...

    This review is from an advanced reading copy given freely and without obligation (my thanks to the publisher and author). Where to start! I do not want to give ANY spoilers as we are still a few months from the official release date and I don't want to give anything away. Book 4 pro...

    This 358 page book gives us a great ending to this fantastic series. The author does a wonderful job of leading us through his plot with nicely drawn characters in intriguing settings. Surprise Twist!!! I highly recommend the entire series. ...

    I really enjoy this series and can't wait to find a copy of this book somewhere when it comes out. ...

    THERE'S ANOTHER BOOK? I THOUGHT THIS WAS A TRILOGY OMIGOD I'M SO EXCITED NOW!!! ...

    Decent conclusion to the series. As previously, my only cavil is that books here are pretty much used as furniture--they only serve as convenient plot devices and seldom if ever do you see anyone actually reading. Still, a diverting fantasy, fairly logical in construction and featuring...

    What a fun, whimsical, and entertaining conclusion to the Forbidden Library Quartet!!!! I discovered Django Wexler about 3 1/2 years ago when I stumbled upon 2 books, The Forbidden Library and The Thousand Names. I started with the Forbidden Library and man did it ever impress me for b...

    Okay, this series was amazing. Between the great female protagonists (yes, there's more than one), the amazing and unique world building, the multitude of challenges and obstacles, both to be fought, reasoned with, or outsmarted, and not knowing how it was going to end, this series was...

    I was holding back from reading it because I didn't want it to end - I wanted to read more about the different worlds and its inhabitants that Wexler's dreamt up and the adventures Alice and the gang gets up to. But all good things comes to and end, I suppose, and it was a good one....

    probably a satisfying conclusion to readers who are really into The-Entire-Universe-Is-In-Danger-And-Everyone-And-Everything-Is-In-Mortal-Peril-type stories, but not really my cuppa these days; there are only so many battles and heroics and betrayals and leveling ups i can take before ...

    A good conclusion to the series. I felt that it ended well. The themes and arcs tying up nicely. I would strongly recommend this book to anyone who has been reading the series. Likewise I would recommend this series to anyone interested in a fantasty story (accepting the young adult ta...

    I'm sad this is the end of the series. It was wrapped up nicely, but, still leaves me wanting to know what's going to happen and what those changes look like. Maybe Wexler might do novellas or something for a glimpse into the future of Alice's world. ...

    A solid end to an excellent series. If it doesn't add a lot to the innovative concepts introduced in the first three books, it largely makes up for that by getting all the pieces into place for a satisfying resolution. It was great to finally see the end of Alice's journey, and how far...

  • Paige Canetto
    Jan 17, 2018

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

    Executive Summary: A good ending to the series, but I didn't like it as much as The Palace of Glass. Full Review I read very little Young Adult, and absolutely no Middle Grade. I'm not the target demographic by any means. I really like Django Wexler though, so I decided to pick u...

    GIVE IT TO ME! I want so much Isaac and Alice it's not even normal. (view spoiler)[ESPECIALLY AFTER THEY KISSED. LIKE FUCKING TWICE???? (hide spoiler)] ...

    Moram da priznam da sam mo?da imao nerealno velika o?ekivanja od zavr?etka ovog serijala ali u svoju odbranu ka?em da su prethodne tri jedne od mojih omiljenih (dark) YA knjiga. Kako da objasnim, knjiga je odli?no napisana, likovi su stalno opasnim situacijama ali se pona?aju ...

    With Geryon trapped in the Infinite Prison, Alice has marshalled the other apprentices and the library creatures at his estate to fight back against the old Readers. Even with the aid of Ending to push back the Readers? creatures who invade through the Library, they are hard pressed ...

    This review is from an advanced reading copy given freely and without obligation (my thanks to the publisher and author). Where to start! I do not want to give ANY spoilers as we are still a few months from the official release date and I don't want to give anything away. Book 4 pro...

    This 358 page book gives us a great ending to this fantastic series. The author does a wonderful job of leading us through his plot with nicely drawn characters in intriguing settings. Surprise Twist!!! I highly recommend the entire series. ...

    I really enjoy this series and can't wait to find a copy of this book somewhere when it comes out. ...

    THERE'S ANOTHER BOOK? I THOUGHT THIS WAS A TRILOGY OMIGOD I'M SO EXCITED NOW!!! ...

    Decent conclusion to the series. As previously, my only cavil is that books here are pretty much used as furniture--they only serve as convenient plot devices and seldom if ever do you see anyone actually reading. Still, a diverting fantasy, fairly logical in construction and featuring...

    What a fun, whimsical, and entertaining conclusion to the Forbidden Library Quartet!!!! I discovered Django Wexler about 3 1/2 years ago when I stumbled upon 2 books, The Forbidden Library and The Thousand Names. I started with the Forbidden Library and man did it ever impress me for b...

    Okay, this series was amazing. Between the great female protagonists (yes, there's more than one), the amazing and unique world building, the multitude of challenges and obstacles, both to be fought, reasoned with, or outsmarted, and not knowing how it was going to end, this series was...

  • Adam Hoffman
    May 26, 2017

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

    Executive Summary: A good ending to the series, but I didn't like it as much as The Palace of Glass. Full Review I read very little Young Adult, and absolutely no Middle Grade. I'm not the target demographic by any means. I really like Django Wexler though, so I decided to pick u...

    GIVE IT TO ME! I want so much Isaac and Alice it's not even normal. (view spoiler)[ESPECIALLY AFTER THEY KISSED. LIKE FUCKING TWICE???? (hide spoiler)] ...

    Moram da priznam da sam mo?da imao nerealno velika o?ekivanja od zavr?etka ovog serijala ali u svoju odbranu ka?em da su prethodne tri jedne od mojih omiljenih (dark) YA knjiga. Kako da objasnim, knjiga je odli?no napisana, likovi su stalno opasnim situacijama ali se pona?aju ...

    With Geryon trapped in the Infinite Prison, Alice has marshalled the other apprentices and the library creatures at his estate to fight back against the old Readers. Even with the aid of Ending to push back the Readers? creatures who invade through the Library, they are hard pressed ...

    This review is from an advanced reading copy given freely and without obligation (my thanks to the publisher and author). Where to start! I do not want to give ANY spoilers as we are still a few months from the official release date and I don't want to give anything away. Book 4 pro...

  • MagicalFi
    Aug 24, 2017

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

    Executive Summary: A good ending to the series, but I didn't like it as much as The Palace of Glass. Full Review I read very little Young Adult, and absolutely no Middle Grade. I'm not the target demographic by any means. I really like Django Wexler though, so I decided to pick u...

    GIVE IT TO ME! I want so much Isaac and Alice it's not even normal. (view spoiler)[ESPECIALLY AFTER THEY KISSED. LIKE FUCKING TWICE???? (hide spoiler)] ...

    Moram da priznam da sam mo?da imao nerealno velika o?ekivanja od zavr?etka ovog serijala ali u svoju odbranu ka?em da su prethodne tri jedne od mojih omiljenih (dark) YA knjiga. Kako da objasnim, knjiga je odli?no napisana, likovi su stalno opasnim situacijama ali se pona?aju ...

    With Geryon trapped in the Infinite Prison, Alice has marshalled the other apprentices and the library creatures at his estate to fight back against the old Readers. Even with the aid of Ending to push back the Readers? creatures who invade through the Library, they are hard pressed ...

    This review is from an advanced reading copy given freely and without obligation (my thanks to the publisher and author). Where to start! I do not want to give ANY spoilers as we are still a few months from the official release date and I don't want to give anything away. Book 4 pro...

    This 358 page book gives us a great ending to this fantastic series. The author does a wonderful job of leading us through his plot with nicely drawn characters in intriguing settings. Surprise Twist!!! I highly recommend the entire series. ...

    I really enjoy this series and can't wait to find a copy of this book somewhere when it comes out. ...

  • Theresa
    Jan 26, 2018

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

    Executive Summary: A good ending to the series, but I didn't like it as much as The Palace of Glass. Full Review I read very little Young Adult, and absolutely no Middle Grade. I'm not the target demographic by any means. I really like Django Wexler though, so I decided to pick u...

    GIVE IT TO ME! I want so much Isaac and Alice it's not even normal. (view spoiler)[ESPECIALLY AFTER THEY KISSED. LIKE FUCKING TWICE???? (hide spoiler)] ...

    Moram da priznam da sam mo?da imao nerealno velika o?ekivanja od zavr?etka ovog serijala ali u svoju odbranu ka?em da su prethodne tri jedne od mojih omiljenih (dark) YA knjiga. Kako da objasnim, knjiga je odli?no napisana, likovi su stalno opasnim situacijama ali se pona?aju ...

    With Geryon trapped in the Infinite Prison, Alice has marshalled the other apprentices and the library creatures at his estate to fight back against the old Readers. Even with the aid of Ending to push back the Readers? creatures who invade through the Library, they are hard pressed ...

    This review is from an advanced reading copy given freely and without obligation (my thanks to the publisher and author). Where to start! I do not want to give ANY spoilers as we are still a few months from the official release date and I don't want to give anything away. Book 4 pro...

    This 358 page book gives us a great ending to this fantastic series. The author does a wonderful job of leading us through his plot with nicely drawn characters in intriguing settings. Surprise Twist!!! I highly recommend the entire series. ...

    I really enjoy this series and can't wait to find a copy of this book somewhere when it comes out. ...

    THERE'S ANOTHER BOOK? I THOUGHT THIS WAS A TRILOGY OMIGOD I'M SO EXCITED NOW!!! ...

    Decent conclusion to the series. As previously, my only cavil is that books here are pretty much used as furniture--they only serve as convenient plot devices and seldom if ever do you see anyone actually reading. Still, a diverting fantasy, fairly logical in construction and featuring...

    What a fun, whimsical, and entertaining conclusion to the Forbidden Library Quartet!!!! I discovered Django Wexler about 3 1/2 years ago when I stumbled upon 2 books, The Forbidden Library and The Thousand Names. I started with the Forbidden Library and man did it ever impress me for b...

    Okay, this series was amazing. Between the great female protagonists (yes, there's more than one), the amazing and unique world building, the multitude of challenges and obstacles, both to be fought, reasoned with, or outsmarted, and not knowing how it was going to end, this series was...

    I was holding back from reading it because I didn't want it to end - I wanted to read more about the different worlds and its inhabitants that Wexler's dreamt up and the adventures Alice and the gang gets up to. But all good things comes to and end, I suppose, and it was a good one....

    probably a satisfying conclusion to readers who are really into The-Entire-Universe-Is-In-Danger-And-Everyone-And-Everything-Is-In-Mortal-Peril-type stories, but not really my cuppa these days; there are only so many battles and heroics and betrayals and leveling ups i can take before ...

    A good conclusion to the series. I felt that it ended well. The themes and arcs tying up nicely. I would strongly recommend this book to anyone who has been reading the series. Likewise I would recommend this series to anyone interested in a fantasty story (accepting the young adult ta...

    I'm sad this is the end of the series. It was wrapped up nicely, but, still leaves me wanting to know what's going to happen and what those changes look like. Maybe Wexler might do novellas or something for a glimpse into the future of Alice's world. ...

    A solid end to an excellent series. If it doesn't add a lot to the innovative concepts introduced in the first three books, it largely makes up for that by getting all the pieces into place for a satisfying resolution. It was great to finally see the end of Alice's journey, and how far...

    I loved this series. A fast-paced, action-filled JFiction read that keeps you engaged throughout. Unexpected twists and turns keep you turning the pages. No graphic violence, uncomfortable situation/language, or angst. ...

    This was a good, satisfying end to an enjoyable series. This book started a little shaky by stating that things had happened a little differently at the end of book 3 then they really did, but that was a minor hiccup in the overall flow of a good concluding book. ...

    REJOICE! Again all ye, I say rejoice! It has been so long since I've read a good book, and even longer since I've been happy with the conclusion of a series. *Happy tears stream down my face* P.S. Yeah, I read this in one day. What else what I supposed to do with it being so cold ou...

    Reasonably satisfying conclusion to the series. ...

    This book wraps the entire story line. They do defeat the Old Readers and the Labyrinthines by the end. Well done. ...

    Really great ending to a great series. ...

    If I was not it in a book store, I would have screamed with joy when I read the last page. ...

    While I'm sad to see Alice's story come to a conclusion, the final volume was filled with just as much adventure, humor, and emotion as the previous three. Wexler's world of labyrinths and libraries is rich and deeply imagined. Alice remains true to herself and her friends, and is a wh...

    The last in the series about the battle between the Readers and the Labrythine. Alice must lead all of the library creatures to defeat all of their enemies. I liked this series quite a lot. Why not? It involves books and cats and adventurous girls. All the best things. ...

  • Sriya
    Jan 23, 2018

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

    Executive Summary: A good ending to the series, but I didn't like it as much as The Palace of Glass. Full Review I read very little Young Adult, and absolutely no Middle Grade. I'm not the target demographic by any means. I really like Django Wexler though, so I decided to pick u...

    GIVE IT TO ME! I want so much Isaac and Alice it's not even normal. (view spoiler)[ESPECIALLY AFTER THEY KISSED. LIKE FUCKING TWICE???? (hide spoiler)] ...

    Moram da priznam da sam mo?da imao nerealno velika o?ekivanja od zavr?etka ovog serijala ali u svoju odbranu ka?em da su prethodne tri jedne od mojih omiljenih (dark) YA knjiga. Kako da objasnim, knjiga je odli?no napisana, likovi su stalno opasnim situacijama ali se pona?aju ...

    With Geryon trapped in the Infinite Prison, Alice has marshalled the other apprentices and the library creatures at his estate to fight back against the old Readers. Even with the aid of Ending to push back the Readers? creatures who invade through the Library, they are hard pressed ...

    This review is from an advanced reading copy given freely and without obligation (my thanks to the publisher and author). Where to start! I do not want to give ANY spoilers as we are still a few months from the official release date and I don't want to give anything away. Book 4 pro...

    This 358 page book gives us a great ending to this fantastic series. The author does a wonderful job of leading us through his plot with nicely drawn characters in intriguing settings. Surprise Twist!!! I highly recommend the entire series. ...

    I really enjoy this series and can't wait to find a copy of this book somewhere when it comes out. ...

    THERE'S ANOTHER BOOK? I THOUGHT THIS WAS A TRILOGY OMIGOD I'M SO EXCITED NOW!!! ...

    Decent conclusion to the series. As previously, my only cavil is that books here are pretty much used as furniture--they only serve as convenient plot devices and seldom if ever do you see anyone actually reading. Still, a diverting fantasy, fairly logical in construction and featuring...

    What a fun, whimsical, and entertaining conclusion to the Forbidden Library Quartet!!!! I discovered Django Wexler about 3 1/2 years ago when I stumbled upon 2 books, The Forbidden Library and The Thousand Names. I started with the Forbidden Library and man did it ever impress me for b...

    Okay, this series was amazing. Between the great female protagonists (yes, there's more than one), the amazing and unique world building, the multitude of challenges and obstacles, both to be fought, reasoned with, or outsmarted, and not knowing how it was going to end, this series was...

    I was holding back from reading it because I didn't want it to end - I wanted to read more about the different worlds and its inhabitants that Wexler's dreamt up and the adventures Alice and the gang gets up to. But all good things comes to and end, I suppose, and it was a good one....

    probably a satisfying conclusion to readers who are really into The-Entire-Universe-Is-In-Danger-And-Everyone-And-Everything-Is-In-Mortal-Peril-type stories, but not really my cuppa these days; there are only so many battles and heroics and betrayals and leveling ups i can take before ...

    A good conclusion to the series. I felt that it ended well. The themes and arcs tying up nicely. I would strongly recommend this book to anyone who has been reading the series. Likewise I would recommend this series to anyone interested in a fantasty story (accepting the young adult ta...

    I'm sad this is the end of the series. It was wrapped up nicely, but, still leaves me wanting to know what's going to happen and what those changes look like. Maybe Wexler might do novellas or something for a glimpse into the future of Alice's world. ...

    A solid end to an excellent series. If it doesn't add a lot to the innovative concepts introduced in the first three books, it largely makes up for that by getting all the pieces into place for a satisfying resolution. It was great to finally see the end of Alice's journey, and how far...

    I loved this series. A fast-paced, action-filled JFiction read that keeps you engaged throughout. Unexpected twists and turns keep you turning the pages. No graphic violence, uncomfortable situation/language, or angst. ...

    This was a good, satisfying end to an enjoyable series. This book started a little shaky by stating that things had happened a little differently at the end of book 3 then they really did, but that was a minor hiccup in the overall flow of a good concluding book. ...

    REJOICE! Again all ye, I say rejoice! It has been so long since I've read a good book, and even longer since I've been happy with the conclusion of a series. *Happy tears stream down my face* P.S. Yeah, I read this in one day. What else what I supposed to do with it being so cold ou...

    Reasonably satisfying conclusion to the series. ...

    This book wraps the entire story line. They do defeat the Old Readers and the Labyrinthines by the end. Well done. ...

    Really great ending to a great series. ...

    If I was not it in a book store, I would have screamed with joy when I read the last page. ...

  • Jeffrey Wasserman
    Nov 15, 2017

    I hope everyone enjoys this one. It's been amazing finally bringing the series to the end I thought up years ago! ...

    4.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2017/12/04/... Django Wexler?s outstanding Middle Grade series The Forbidden Library comes full circle in The Fall of the Readers, the concluding volume of this richly dark and enchanting adventure through the magical w...

    Executive Summary: A good ending to the series, but I didn't like it as much as The Palace of Glass. Full Review I read very little Young Adult, and absolutely no Middle Grade. I'm not the target demographic by any means. I really like Django Wexler though, so I decided to pick u...

    GIVE IT TO ME! I want so much Isaac and Alice it's not even normal. (view spoiler)[ESPECIALLY AFTER THEY KISSED. LIKE FUCKING TWICE???? (hide spoiler)] ...

    Moram da priznam da sam mo?da imao nerealno velika o?ekivanja od zavr?etka ovog serijala ali u svoju odbranu ka?em da su prethodne tri jedne od mojih omiljenih (dark) YA knjiga. Kako da objasnim, knjiga je odli?no napisana, likovi su stalno opasnim situacijama ali se pona?aju ...

    With Geryon trapped in the Infinite Prison, Alice has marshalled the other apprentices and the library creatures at his estate to fight back against the old Readers. Even with the aid of Ending to push back the Readers? creatures who invade through the Library, they are hard pressed ...

    This review is from an advanced reading copy given freely and without obligation (my thanks to the publisher and author). Where to start! I do not want to give ANY spoilers as we are still a few months from the official release date and I don't want to give anything away. Book 4 pro...

    This 358 page book gives us a great ending to this fantastic series. The author does a wonderful job of leading us through his plot with nicely drawn characters in intriguing settings. Surprise Twist!!! I highly recommend the entire series. ...

    I really enjoy this series and can't wait to find a copy of this book somewhere when it comes out. ...

    THERE'S ANOTHER BOOK? I THOUGHT THIS WAS A TRILOGY OMIGOD I'M SO EXCITED NOW!!! ...

    Decent conclusion to the series. As previously, my only cavil is that books here are pretty much used as furniture--they only serve as convenient plot devices and seldom if ever do you see anyone actually reading. Still, a diverting fantasy, fairly logical in construction and featuring...

    What a fun, whimsical, and entertaining conclusion to the Forbidden Library Quartet!!!! I discovered Django Wexler about 3 1/2 years ago when I stumbled upon 2 books, The Forbidden Library and The Thousand Names. I started with the Forbidden Library and man did it ever impress me for b...

    Okay, this series was amazing. Between the great female protagonists (yes, there's more than one), the amazing and unique world building, the multitude of challenges and obstacles, both to be fought, reasoned with, or outsmarted, and not knowing how it was going to end, this series was...

    I was holding back from reading it because I didn't want it to end - I wanted to read more about the different worlds and its inhabitants that Wexler's dreamt up and the adventures Alice and the gang gets up to. But all good things comes to and end, I suppose, and it was a good one....

    probably a satisfying conclusion to readers who are really into The-Entire-Universe-Is-In-Danger-And-Everyone-And-Everything-Is-In-Mortal-Peril-type stories, but not really my cuppa these days; there are only so many battles and heroics and betrayals and leveling ups i can take before ...

    A good conclusion to the series. I felt that it ended well. The themes and arcs tying up nicely. I would strongly recommend this book to anyone who has been reading the series. Likewise I would recommend this series to anyone interested in a fantasty story (accepting the young adult ta...

    I'm sad this is the end of the series. It was wrapped up nicely, but, still leaves me wanting to know what's going to happen and what those changes look like. Maybe Wexler might do novellas or something for a glimpse into the future of Alice's world. ...

    A solid end to an excellent series. If it doesn't add a lot to the innovative concepts introduced in the first three books, it largely makes up for that by getting all the pieces into place for a satisfying resolution. It was great to finally see the end of Alice's journey, and how far...

    I loved this series. A fast-paced, action-filled JFiction read that keeps you engaged throughout. Unexpected twists and turns keep you turning the pages. No graphic violence, uncomfortable situation/language, or angst. ...

    This was a good, satisfying end to an enjoyable series. This book started a little shaky by stating that things had happened a little differently at the end of book 3 then they really did, but that was a minor hiccup in the overall flow of a good concluding book. ...

    REJOICE! Again all ye, I say rejoice! It has been so long since I've read a good book, and even longer since I've been happy with the conclusion of a series. *Happy tears stream down my face* P.S. Yeah, I read this in one day. What else what I supposed to do with it being so cold ou...

    Reasonably satisfying conclusion to the series. ...

    This book wraps the entire story line. They do defeat the Old Readers and the Labyrinthines by the end. Well done. ...

    Really great ending to a great series. ...

    If I was not it in a book store, I would have screamed with joy when I read the last page. ...

    While I'm sad to see Alice's story come to a conclusion, the final volume was filled with just as much adventure, humor, and emotion as the previous three. Wexler's world of labyrinths and libraries is rich and deeply imagined. Alice remains true to herself and her friends, and is a wh...

    The last in the series about the battle between the Readers and the Labrythine. Alice must lead all of the library creatures to defeat all of their enemies. I liked this series quite a lot. Why not? It involves books and cats and adventurous girls. All the best things. ...

    Wow, a high-octane conclusion to a wonderful middle-grade adventure series. With some unexpected twists and turns, this one goes wider, deeper, and farther than the rest. You don?t know who you can trust. On to the review, because as we know by now - there's no percentage in hangi...