Fury (Menagerie #3) by Rachel Vincent

Fury (Menagerie #3)

1986: Rebecca Essig leaves a slumber party early but comes home to a massacre—committed by her own parents. Only one of her siblings has survived. But as the tragic event unfolds, she begins to realize that other than a small army of six-year-olds, she is among very few survivors of a nationwide slaughter.The Reaping has begun.Present day: Pregnant and on the run with a small band of compatriots, Delilah Marlow is determined to bring her baby i...

Details Fury (Menagerie #3)

TitleFury (Menagerie #3)
Release DateOct 30th, 2018
PublisherHarlequin MIRA
GenreFantasy, Urban Fantasy, Paranormal, Young Adult, Adult

Reviews Fury (Menagerie #3)

  • Scarlett Readz and Runz....Through Novel Time & Distance
    4.5 stars“We are crawling like flies on the corpse of humanity.”Let me back up for you, shall I?Two timelines with a cast of characters, two stories, intertwined and bound by their past. 1986, it’s a time where peace is over. Humans have lived and worked among or alongside Cryptides till then. Werevolves learned to read and write in school side by side with human children and in restaurants you could be served right next to a table with vis...
  • Niki Hawkes - The Obsessive Bookseller
    The Menagerie Trilogy has been a highlight of my reading year. It’s so different from anything I’ve ever read. Rachel Vincent’s writing always pulls me in (her Shifters series is particularly engrossing), and if anything, she’s only gotten stronger.While Fury had some of my favorite scenes from the whole trilogy (some truly 5-star moments), it didn’t quite deliver the completely satisfying conclusion I’d been hoping for.My thoughts on...
  • Carole (Carole's Random Life in Books)
    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books.This book left me speechless. A lot of things happened and not all of them made me happy. I feel in love with this series shortly after the release of Menagerie and have eagerly awaited each new installment. In case you are wondering, this is the third and final book in the Menagerie trilogy which really does need to be read in order. To say that I couldn't wait to get my hands on thi...
  • Beth
    Well, I'm definitely CONFLICTED. Vincent wrote a dark, complex and intricate world that is mind blowing, highlighting the deepest failings and depravities of humanity. In this tale, you are utterly engulfed by the characters plight with the hopes that some recompenses are provided for the tragedies that these characters had to endure. I, for one, loved and hated the conclusion. Loved it, because Vincent excels at ripping your emotions to their br...
  • karen
    review to come!
  • Terri ♥ (aka Mrs. Christian Grey)
    What a waste of my time. Why do authors do this? Like Veronica Roth and Andrea Cramer before me, this author is dead to me. I’ll never read another word she writes.I should have known when I abandoned her YA Soul series for poor themes aimed at children. Chose the asshole because he will eventually change for you. Life lessons for impressionable children to stay in bad relationships because ultimately you will be the factor that changes him. Th...
  • Marta Cox
    This conclusion is simply stunning in its complexity as it winds through time giving readers the answers that have always alluded them. If the first book Menagerie was breathtaking in all its amazing nuances then certainly the second book Spectacle was harrowing as the author explored just how evil humanity can be. Now it’s back to the beginning in many ways as the terrible Reaping of 1986 flits through this story as we catch up with Delilah an...
  • Kirsti
    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for the chance to read this book!I had NO idea a while back when I requested this that this was book three in a series I hadn't read. In order to be able to give this a proper and fair review, I then devoured books one and two and fell in love with a completely unconventional story. This series wasn't like anything I'd read before; feeling part YA/NA, part Urban Fantasy, part plain old fantasy but just who...
  • Anne - Books of My Heart
    This review was originally posted on Books of My HeartReview copy was received from Publisher. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.I wondered how things would go for our group of escapees in the next story of the Menagerie series .  The group is hiding out in a cabin near Washington DC. There is no long-term plan beyond survival. They are preparing and waiting for the birth of Delilah's baby. The entire gro...
  • Christina (A Reader of Fictions)
    I'm a bit at a loss for what to say about the conclusion to the Menagerie books. After the first two set such a dark, horrifying, and sometimes brutally satisfying pace, Fury feels like a bated breath. Aside from the ending, the novel's largely quiet, and it feels like it's waiting for something, though you don't know what.Fury adds a new POV with a new timeline, that of Rebecca Essig beginning at the time of the Reaping. What this book does is c...
  • S.J. Higbee
    On realising that this was the third book in the series, I broke with my usual habit of crashing midway into a series and got hold of the first two book and read them first. I was quickly swept up in the dark, intense world of Delilah in Menagerie. This book is structured differently, in that it is largely a dual narrative so that as well as following Delilah’s story in first person viewpoint, we also learn a lot more about The Reaping as we go...
  • Carina Olsen
    I have waited three years to know how these books would end. And now I know. And I may never recover, honestly. This book was pretty amazing, but it also ruined me a little. I'm giving it four stars, because there were things I needed answers to, and I did not get them. But for the most part I loved this final one a bunch.I have a lot of things I need to write down about this book. Will try my hardest not to share spoilers, but I will share my fe...
  • Shelley
    *Source* Publisher*Genre* Urban Fantasy*Rating* 4.0*Thoughts*Fury is the third and final installment in author Rachel Vincent's The Menagerie series. The Menagerie series is a captivating blend of carnival magic and startling humanity, and this final book is an intricately woven and powerful tale about the fight for freedom and self-discovery. This series combines all the key elements (magic, mystery, fantastical creatures and an important quest)...
  • Darcy
    This book brought things to close in a good way, if a bit melancholy.For the longest time I was trying to figure out the timeline. It should have been easy, but it didn't click until half way through, when we saw the sacrifice. I liked that later everyone realized that this was the event that started the ball rolling for Delilah.The end of the book was great and horrible. Great in what Delilah was able to do, but horrible due to the price paid.
  • Glory
    Зачем? Серьезно, нафига?Иногда "к этому все идет" и все закономерно, но тут...Такая многообещающая первая книга и такой разочаровывающий финал.Простите, я пойду порыдаю в подушку. Со злости воткнула бы 1 звезду, но все было не так плохо.
  • Scott Hitchcock
    Book 1: 3*Book 2: 4*Book 3: 3.5*This book too far too long to get going really offering nothing new in the first half. The ending was action packed but overall I'm still disappointed with the finale, if this is the finale since there's still some room for another book or a sequel series. I feel like the author didn't know where to go with the series next and while many scenes were enjoyable overall this just didn't push the story or world forward...
  • Melanie
    4.5 starsMy review and an extended sample of the audiobook are posted at Hotlistens.com.I can’t believe this series is over. I don’t want it to be. I want more time with these characters and this world. This series has been dark since it started with Menagerie and only got darker in Spectacle. So, going into this book, you know things are going to continue to be dark.The biggest difference between this book and the previous two books, is that...
  • Erica Chilson
    I received a copy of this title to read and review for Wicked Reads5 Stars for the Menagerie Trilogy. Fury is the third and final installment of the Menagerie trilogy, and can absolutely NOT be read as a standalone. Patient, I am not, which is exactly why I held onto copies of Menagerie and Spectacle until Fury was available. While it sounds as if I'm beyond patient for waiting an entire three years, I am impatient when it comes to waiting for se...
  • Pat
    In this final book of the menagerie trilogy Delilah and her friends that escaped together from the Spectacle have found a temporary haven in a secluded cabin in the woods, there to await the birth of Delilah's child. Occasional forays into civilisation for supplies and news are fraught with danger but necessary.The narrative also flips to the past, back to the beginning, back to the reaping. We learn of Delilah's background and how she was involv...
  • Aly
    I have really enjoyed this series. This book was no exception. Rachel is one of my favorite authors so at this point I think I would go any direction she wants to go. I enjoy her books! At first with this book, I was not sure why were where being told about Rebecca Essig. But as you read more Rachel let use all in on the why, how and a fantastic ending I didn't see coming. I cried a few times with this book. But I think it is also my favorite of ...
  • Shannon Dyer
    Round up to 4.5 stars. This was glorious, even though the ending saddened me.
  • Caly ☯ Crazy Book Lady
    While I really enjoyed the whole series, I thought this last book was a bit of a let down. I was disappointed in the ending which I will not go into for spoiler reasons, but I feel like the author ran out of steam and just decided to end it.
  • Jennifer
    I'm not sure how I feel about the ending. (view spoiler)[I mean to kill off the main character?! I know this was not a happy series but I was hoping Deliah would get some kind of happiness in her life. I could have listened to the book in one day but I wanted it to last so I made it last and when I got to the end I shouted WHAT!?!? WHY?!? (hide spoiler)]Great writing and wonderful narration. I wish there was more, but Vincent gave us a clean endi...
  • Jessica (a GREAT read)
    I received this ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest and voluntary review. I was in no way compensated for this review.There has never been a Rachel Vincent book I didn't love and Fury is definitely continues that streak! This is the end of the Menagerie trilogy and it's about to go out with a bang! No one will escape from this story unscathed and I mean that in terms of characters and readers because omg this is the end and Rachel pu...
  • Shirley
    My initial reaction when I finished Fury, the last book in the Menagerie series was torn between heartbreak and… well, I’m still not sure. Yet, there’s no way that I could rate this book with anything less than 5 stars. Given the direction that Rachel Vincent had taken the characters and events in Menagerie and Spectacle, I shouldn’t have been surprised. I wanted these characters that we’ve gotten to know, respect and love to get the ha...
  • Alexandra G.
    4.5 stars * An advanced reading copy was provided by the publisher, via NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review. * Getting this ARC must be one of the best things that happened to me all year. So, thank you , from the bottom of my heart.In this third and final book we get answers to some of our questions.After the last book ended in a major cliffhanger I was desperate to know what happens to the characters I've come to care so much about....
  • Cayla
    3.5*sI received an ARC of ‘Fury’ in exchange for an honest review. I really enjoyed the first 2 books of the Menagerie series. They were dark & exposed the underbelly that exists in humanity. Heck, half the appeal was reading about the horrendous things the characters had to endure whilst in captivity. I’m not sure what that says about me as a person but whatevs.‘Fury’ was more chill than the first two books. Delilah and her band of mer...
  • Louisa
    Oh, this book was utterly fantastic! It wrapped some pretty intense storylines, and answered so many questions! Loved it! That ending was just killer!
  • Sandra
    REVIEWI'd been regularly checking to see when this book was due to be released because I really wanted to read this book as soon as I possibly could.The cover Fury fits beautifully with Menagerie and Spectacle. I have loved all the covers though if I had to pick just one out of the three as a favourite it would have to be Spectacle.The genres listed for this are Fantasy, Urban Fantasy, Paranormal & YA. Sure I agree with all those, but would add I...