Cursed Parts 3 & 4 by Rebecca Donovan

You have no idea what you are in for with this book. It as full of secrets and history and lies that you don't see coming from a mile away. This series left so much hanging in the balance with the last two novels that you have to remind yourself of that diving back in. But goodness you so finally get some answers.

The relationships in this book honestly are what make it as great as it is. You spend so many pages falling in love with them, that by this novel you hurt to see them hurt and believe me, a lot happens in this big book. Lana does a lot of growing in this book, she has no choice in the matter. But she does a lot of digging and with so much coming to pass, she has no idea how much she needs these changes. Her journey is a hard one and at the end of facing her fears it was truly beautiful to be a part of. I couldn't start reading once I started. This novel was riveting bit after bit and you couldn't figure out how all the pieces fit together until they did. As soon as you think you have it figured out, you don't. So don't try, enjoy the journey. This book series has a beautiful conclusion and it is everything you need it to be.

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The most dangerous lies are the ones we tell ourselves. Exiled at a boarding school in Vermont, Lana is tormented by cryptic messages and pictures from her mother’s past. Seventeen years ago, something unspeakable happened. A pact of silence was forged. Now, the lies are unraveling. The closer Lana gets to the truth, the harder it is to accept. And someone’s willing to kill to keep that secret buried. To protect her friends, Lana’s forced to trust the one person who’s been lying since the beginning. When the secret is finally revealed, it can’t be unknown. They're forced to face the horrifying truth... the monster behind it all. Every curse has an origin. This is theirs… The conclusion of The Cursed Series is a powerful and complicated story that bravely gives voice to the choices that are taken away and the fight to get them back. Who’s to blame when everyone is at fault?