Into the Bright Unknown (The Gold Seer Trilogy, #3) by Rae Carson

Into the Bright Unknown (The Gold Seer Trilogy, #3)

The stunning conclusion to Rae Carson’s New York Times–bestselling Gold Seer trilogy, which Publishers Weekly in a starred review called “Simply terrific.” A historical fantasy brimming with magic, romance, and adventure—perfect for fans of Leigh Bardugo, Sarah Maas, and Westworld.Leah Westfall, her fiancé Jefferson, and her friends have become rich in the California Territory, thanks to Lee’s magical ability to sense precious gold. ...

Details Into the Bright Unknown (The Gold Seer Trilogy, #3)

TitleInto the Bright Unknown (The Gold Seer Trilogy, #3)
Release DateOct 10th, 2017
PublisherGreenwillow Books
GenreFantasy, Historical, Historical Fiction, Young Adult

Reviews Into the Bright Unknown (The Gold Seer Trilogy, #3)

  • Suzanne
    FANFREAKINGTASTIC! I have loved this series way more than I thought I would. I am kind of glad I waited for the final book to come out so I could read all three this past week. I loved the plot, characters, and well, everything about this series! This trilogy has been a great reading experience!
  • Trina (Between Chapters)
    2.5 or 3 stars. I found this pretty meh, though not necessarily bad. I was just bored, which is pretty much the opposite of what a heist story should ever make you feel. Yes, it's a Wild West heist story, but I found some parts predictable, and I wasn't wowed by the reveal of how they pulled it off. The group of characters was nice to spend more time with though!Audiobook - The narration was good and is probably half the reason I got through this...
  • Erin
    If Ocean's Eleven took place in the Old West and had parts for actual fully formed woman it would be this book.I'm not usually into Westerns. I don't watch movies or tv shows that take place in The Western Frontier. Its not my thing, but I discovered The Gold Seer trilogy by accident and I've found the entire series to be fun and unique. I couldn't have asked for a more suitable ending to this series. The writing was stellar and the plot was comp...
  • Jennifer
    Into the Bright Unknown is the third and final installment in Rae Carson's young-adult historical fiction trilogy titled The Gold Seer. Set in the gold rush era, Ms. Carson puts her spin on history by adding a bit of magical realism which added some interest. Topics related to gender, race/slavery, the treatment of Native Americans, and corruption are brilliantly showcased in my opinion and added a depth that many YA authors could learn from. Ove...
  • Hollis
    "I don't see many prospectors of the female persuasion. It's too hard a life for the weaker sex.""I'll hear no more from you about the weaker sex until you've birthed three babes."The final book in Carson's The Gold Seer Trilogy might not have been my favourite of the three but it still gave me almost everything I had hoped for after starting this series. We get more of Lee being a little hotheaded but learning to temper herself and rely on Jeffe...
  • nick
    This was a lovely end to the series. It's not as exciting as the previous books, actually it's a little mellow, but it works for a finale. And as always I adored the cast here.RTC
  • B.A. Wilson
    This was disappointing and unnecessary. The plot was thin. The storyline was boring. It’s also a bit preachy, which I wasn’t in the mood for. I don't mind when books have lessons or make a good point, but I hate that feeling like it is forced upon the author is hitting me over the head with it. When that happens, it disrupts the story more than it helps or makes a point. I gave this 3 stars, because I still love the characters and s...
  • Tara
    This book was one of my most highly anticipated reads of 2017, and now that I've finished it I just feel.. Meh.And I'm so disappointed! The first two books were so strong, and I was so excited to finally wrap up this story! Usually the sequel is the weakest link in a trilogy, but in this case it was definitely the third one..Now, don't get me wrong; I did enjoy this story. 'What?' I hear you ask. 'Your first half of this review doesn't give that ...