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The Child Thief, Book 6
Narrated by: Rebecca Soler
Series: The Child Thief Series, Book 6
Length: 12 hrs and 23 mins
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Summary

The final book. The final mission. The final hour. 
 

Time's up.
 

Everything Robin has fought for hangs in the balance, and she no longer knows who to trust. But when hiding is no longer an option for Little John, Nathan must put his decades-old plan into motion...whether they are prepared or not.
 

Get the heart-racing conclusion of The Child Thief series now.

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Couldn't stop listening

I found this book to be a slow start, but it really started to speed up after the first couple of hours and was so engaging after that right until the end! Sad that this series is over.

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  • PAO
  • 03-06-19

A bit predictable and unoriginal

A bit predictable. The nefarious motivations of the regime were underwhelming and hardly seemed like the complicated axis of evil scheme the novels were building up to based on the initial premise of the story. It's almost like the books lost their way and struggled to tie back to the original theme. I read all the way to the end because I wanted the story to save itself with an explanation, but in line with the previous books, Robin's thoughts were not as clever as we are meant to believe and at some points are painfully dragged out unnecessarily to make an obvious point.

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  • Natasha Drylie
  • 09-06-19

should get 3 stars

The only reason I reccomend this book is to finish the series because I love this story. It seemed a bit wordy at times and individually the book is disappointing. However, as a series I did enjoy how it ends.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 21-06-19

Great character connections!

I am in love with all of Bella Forrest’s books. Every story has a chilling adventure with a strong female lead.
In this particular story I loved how the story gives you a great connection with the main character Robin. You go through the pain, joy and suffering along with her as she fights the regime.

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  • CSaarie
  • 17-06-19

A Moving Story of Conquest, the Rights of Everyone

There is a struggle of changing right from wrong. The government is stealing from the citizens and someone has got to stop them. This is the story of one young woman who works toward righting that terrible wrong.

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  • Debra Planer
  • 30-05-19

Awesome Series

This was an awesome series, Bella worked her literary magic once again. She never disappoints. I hate to see the series end but look forward to what ever she comes out with next. Enjoy. Thanks Bella 😀

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  • A2A2
  • 17-05-19

Lots of action and adventure

This book was one of the best in the series, it constantly kept moving. There were new twists in the adventure of Jace and Robin. The story continues and gets even better towards the end. I liked reading this book and I would recommend it to people who enjoys reading young adult dystopian literature.

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