Book of the Just (Bohemian Trilogy #3) by Dana Chamblee Carpenter

Book of the Just (Bohemian Trilogy #3)

Cherished by a Father, coveted by a king, loved by an almost-priest; tormented by demons, tortured by a madman, hunted by a cult, hounded by her father. Mouse has survived it all. But then, she was never just a girl.Despite Mouse’s power, her father always wanted a son—and now, at long last, he has him. And Mouse has a brother, someone else in the world just like her. Though she’s never met him, the hope of what they might mean for each oth...

Details Book of the Just (Bohemian Trilogy #3)

TitleBook of the Just (Bohemian Trilogy #3)
Release DateOct 2nd, 2018
PublisherPegasus Books
GenreFantasy, Historical, Historical Fiction, Mystery

Reviews Book of the Just (Bohemian Trilogy #3)

  • abdulia ortiz-perez
    I received this from JKS Communications for honest review. I saw this book, and at first I said no. Just from looking at the title, I was thinking to myself, "What kind of churchy book is this? Not my style...". After I read a little about it, and discovered this book was set in medieval times and had a touch of the supernatural mixed in with it, I decided to give it a shot. I am so glad I got this book. I have never felt so emotionally attached ...
  • Dawn
    This is the last in a trilogy and it is some time since I read the last in the series. I received this copy via NetGalley..What a journey Mouse has travelled. Am I pleased to see the end of the journey? What can I say? These books are not too well known. I feel they need a little more exposure.A dark medieval world and a search for ancient weapons with the main characters pursued across the world and nowhere left to go. They have to stand and fig...
  • Erica Wright
    Book of the Just is an appropriately thrilling conclusion to this wonderful trilogy. I've rarely rooted for a character more than I rooted for Mouse.
  • Dale
    Book three of the Bohemian TrilogyI assume that most people reading this are already acquainted with Mouse and her lineage. Introduced in The Bohemian Gospel, Mouse has powers inherited from her demonic father. Still, all she really wants is to live a peaceful, normal life.This book picks up from the end of the second novel, The Devil’s Bible. In that book, Mouse battles with her father, who is not someone to cross lightly. Left for dead, Mouse...
  • Sephipiderwitch
    I have to honestly admit that I was not as taken with this book as I was with the other two. I think she spent far too much time in the beginning of the book filling in new readers on things that had happened in the previous volumes. She also seemed to struggle a bit kicking it into gear. However, it did pick up quite a bit as I went along. Mouse is now helping to raise her younger brother Luc, while father Satan watches over. It's an interesting...
  • Rebecca
    I loved the first two books and had high hopes for the final book. I was not let down. This book was everything I wanted it to be and more. I felt Mouse was finally able to get what she deserved in her life, after the crap hand she had been dealt. This woman went through so much, lost everything a person could lose but she still had a light that could not be extinguished. It was a satisfying ending to a series that I absolutely loved! I am dying ...
  • Regina
    A fantastic ending to a phenomenal trilogy!
  • Judee Pezzotti
    Absolutely wonderful! The journey of the main character was amazing. This trilogy belongs on TV!
  • Melanie
    Fantastic!!!I could not put this book down! I started it in the afternoon and stayed up til 1 a.m. to finish it. Need I say more?
  • Debra Reedy
    I loved the Bohemian Trilogy. They remind me a bit of reading an Anne Rice novel. I'm sorry to see them end but I think I will re read them every few years because they are just so good.
  • Sara
    I was thrilled to finally get to sink my teeth into the last installment of Carpenter's Bohemian Trilogy! Her dark and fantastical medieval world is a treat for both history and fantasy lovers alike. Lush writing with wonderful characters kept me turning each page!
  • Amanda
    Book of the Just by Dana Chamblee Carpenter is the 3rd installment of the Bohemian Trilogy. Mouse is immortal and powerful but has yet to truly accept her powers. She is given a dream where she discovers that she has a brother, something her father has always wanted. She is on the run with her love, Angelo, however, times will begin to change yet again. Angelo and Mouse are having dreams. Something dangerous is coming. Now they must find the onl...
  • Hannah
    I have so many mixed emotions about seeing Mouse's journey come to an end (for me as a reader that is, let's be honest characters live on far beyond the last page of a book). Book of the Just perfectly wraps up this absolutely phenomenal trilogy, woven together with lyrical prose and an intimate portrait of characters that make you feel like you know them. An expert mix of paranormal, thriller, and horror, this book had me craving to read the nex...
  • Jenny
    I received an advanced copy of this book from JKS Communications. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.Book of the Just is a page turner conclusion to the Bohemian Trilogy which completes the journey dash with supernatural elements, mythology, and history.I haven't read the first two books of this trilogy, although JKS Communications assured me that it can be read as a standalone novel. The novel started with Mouse, together wi...
  • Creeker868
    Mouse has lived for 700 years. She may be the daughter of the devil but she has tried to live an honourable life. Sure she has made mistakes with her powers but she is trying to stay ahead of her father and the religious fanatics who want to use her for their own purpose.