No Stone Unturned (Petralist # 3)

No Stone Unturned Petralist Connor has a problem No it s not the fact that his student army is pitiful compared to the competition It s not even the spies infesting the school the allies lining up to kill him or even the fact

  • Title: No Stone Unturned (Petralist # 3)
  • Author: Frank Morin
  • ISBN: 9780997023367
  • Page: 429
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Connor has a problem.No, it s not the fact that his student army is pitiful compared to the competition It s not even the spies infesting the school, the allies lining up to kill him, or even the fact that Shona plans to force him to lead a bloody war of conquest across the continent.It s what to do about all the secrets.Conspiracies centuries in the making are beginningConnor has a problem.No, it s not the fact that his student army is pitiful compared to the competition It s not even the spies infesting the school, the allies lining up to kill him, or even the fact that Shona plans to force him to lead a bloody war of conquest across the continent.It s what to do about all the secrets.Conspiracies centuries in the making are beginning to unravel and truths about patronage, the unclaimed, and the very stones that fuel Petralist powers threaten to emerge from their shadowy grave.If he s not careful, Connor will get dumped in that grave with them.To survive, Connor must outsmart conniving noble houses, dodge international assassins, survive unbelievably bad poetry, and risk new powers that were concealed for very good reasons.Only then can he face his real enemy, concealed in the shadows and waiting to transform him into the worst monster since Tallan himself.Connor s best hope is to embrace the thing he most fears.And become the ultimate unclaimed.

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    About " Frank Morin "

  • Frank Morin

    Frank Morin loves good stories in every form When not writing or trying to keep up with his active family, he s often found hiking, camping, Scuba diving, or enjoying other outdoor activities.He lives in Oregon with his wife, four kids, and a crafty dog In their home, storytelling is a cherished family tradition that keeps magic alive.Frank is also part of the Fictorians, a group blog by writers for writers and fans of great writing Check out their web site at fictorians.For updates on upcoming Petralist YA fantasy stories, or his popular Facetakers New Adult scifi time travel thrillers, check his website frankmorin

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  • Reader thoughts: Bigger secrets and gealls than the second book. Connor has to run an army without becoming Shona's slave. He's masked and still pretending to be normal on the side while learning to master twin elements. He makes allies and enemies every chapter, and it seems that everyone wants to kill him for some reason but hold back for the right situation.Shona has some serious control issues. Hamish is as fun to read as always. Verena is a scientific experimenter at heart and a warrior by [...]


  • This book is fantastic. How can I tell? I finished it after 3 in the morning. Always a good sign that it's a keeper. It hooked me right from the start with explosive action and Connor's trademark snark. And it got better. How could it not, with all the ancient secrets, hilarious poetry, giant monsters, romance, and conspiracies? Like all the previous books in the series, No Stone Unturned faces down very serious dangers and conflicts with a shrug and a sweetbread.



  • Cliffhanger Great series with so many twists that you can't predict what will happen next. Love that there were limits to there power.


  • De cliffhanger aan het einde van boek twee maakte dat ik direct aan boek drie begon. Ik wilde graag weten hoe het verder ging. In plaats van door te gaan waar deel twee eindigde, hield Frank Morin me nog even in spanning.Kon deel drie me evenzo boeien?Ja dat kon het. Hoewel ik in deel drie soms het gevoel had dat er iets teveel aandacht werd geschonken aan de technieken die uitgevonden werden ( ga er niet teveel op in om spoilers te voorkomen), bleef het verhaal boeien. Connor leert steeds meer [...]


  • This is the third installment of the Petralist series books. It seems each volume gets larger and more involved with the established storylines and adding more plots, and subplots. We again find Connor expanding his born affinities and stretching himself to improve while in a new part of his country. His identity at first is secret known only to his Aunt and this allows him to move more freely among his new surroundings to learn, develop and become acquainted first hand with how everyone in this [...]


  • I liked it at first and I thought the minor issues I had with the first two novels have been fixed, but then it turned for the worse. In my opinion the author tried too hard to weave intriguing plots and failed doing so. There were several inconsistencies, some minor, some major. Characters acting contrary to previous actions and convoluted and at times nonsensical events. Main character went from likeable to annoying over and over and in the end landed squarely into frustrating.I'll most likely [...]


  • Idk Absolutely love this series. I love longer reads, and stories that set up for the next book not at the last second, but throughout the entire book not just at the last second. I can't wait for the next one.


  • Amazing series, I'm also very happy considering I assumed the series would be a trilogy so knowing there's going to be more is a very nice surprise.


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