The Frey Saga Book III: Rise of the Seven

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
As Frey works to regain control of the North, a small silver dagger nearly brings her end. She raises her guard and proves her abilities, but another attempt on her life, from what appears to be fey, reveals not all are pleased with her return. If she could only figure out the force behind the attacks, she might be able to relax enough to decide what to do about her other problem... Chevelle. More

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Melissa is the author of the Frey Saga, Descendants Series, and KING OF ASH AND BONE. She is currently working on the next book, but when not writing can be spotted collecting the things she loves at Goodreads and Pinterest. Contact her through the web at or follow her blog at

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malea parker reviewed on on April 6, 2016

Well written story that will keep you on your feet from the beginning. I can't get enough of Chevelle.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
Danielle Smiley reviewed on on Oct. 31, 2012

Genre: YA (really it's for all ages) Fantasy
Publisher Type: Indy
My Rating: * * * * *

My Review:
**Happy Sigh** The only draw back of a story well-told is that it ends. Think of the best meal you've ever had, times that by seven and you'll understand just how wonderfully satisfying I found the finale of the Frey Saga to be.

Everything in book 3, Rise of the Seven is ratcheted up! The chemistry between Chevelle and Frey...Yum!!! The mystery and intrigue, the never-knowing-who-to-trust ... yup, totally "more" than books 1 & 2 (how is that EVEN possible?!?). The plot twists are more twisty; the action more intense! Just wowie-wow-wow!

Cover Art:
Hello?!? Look at it!!! So incredibly gorgeous and that intense color scheme just totally speaks to the intensity of the book. Then the little tickle of a hint with the hawk: perfection! Ahhh! Good stuff.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Jennifer Silverwood reviewed on on Oct. 14, 2012

At last, Wright’s much anticipated final installment in her Frey trilogy has arrived with a bang. RoTS shines in plentiful, often garish colors, pairing the grit with the gumption of a fully matured kick-butt heroine. One of the things I admired most while reading this was the added depth of Freya’s character. With a return of her memories at last, the character is given several new dimensions that all flow seamlessly together. The pages turn like a well-oiled machine, now that we have come to know the company so well, allowing for even more action. The addition of fey to this world was a delightful surprise and only added to the broad spectrum of the world Wright has created. Magic abounds with intrigue and at the heart of the novel is Chevelle’s unwavering love for Freya and their long history together. And in the end, all loose ends are tied and wrapped in a rocking package that you’ll want to pull apart and read over and again.
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)
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