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Tasked to expose a coin counterfeiting scheme, Luca and Isolde travel to Venice just in time for Carnival. Amid the masks, parties, and excitement, the romantic attraction between the two reaches a new intensity that neither can deny. Their romance is interrupted by the arrival of the alchemist, who may be the con artist they’ve been looking for. But as Luca starts to inves Tasked to expose a coin counterfeiting scheme, Luca and Isolde travel to Venice just in time for Carnival. Amid the masks, parties, and excitement, the romantic attraction between the two reaches a new intensity that neither can deny. Their romance is interrupted by the arrival of the alchemist, who may be the con artist they’ve been looking for. But as Luca starts to investigate the original charge, the alchemist reveals his true goal—he plans to create the Philosopher’s Stone, a mystical substance said to be capable of turning base metals into gold and producing the elixir of life. With pounds of undocumented gold coins and an assistant who claims to be decades older than she appears, all evidence points to the possibility that the alchemist has succeeded in his task. But as Luca and Isolde get closer to the truth, they discover that reality may be more sinister than they ever could have imagined.


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Tasked to expose a coin counterfeiting scheme, Luca and Isolde travel to Venice just in time for Carnival. Amid the masks, parties, and excitement, the romantic attraction between the two reaches a new intensity that neither can deny. Their romance is interrupted by the arrival of the alchemist, who may be the con artist they’ve been looking for. But as Luca starts to inves Tasked to expose a coin counterfeiting scheme, Luca and Isolde travel to Venice just in time for Carnival. Amid the masks, parties, and excitement, the romantic attraction between the two reaches a new intensity that neither can deny. Their romance is interrupted by the arrival of the alchemist, who may be the con artist they’ve been looking for. But as Luca starts to investigate the original charge, the alchemist reveals his true goal—he plans to create the Philosopher’s Stone, a mystical substance said to be capable of turning base metals into gold and producing the elixir of life. With pounds of undocumented gold coins and an assistant who claims to be decades older than she appears, all evidence points to the possibility that the alchemist has succeeded in his task. But as Luca and Isolde get closer to the truth, they discover that reality may be more sinister than they ever could have imagined.

30 review for Fools' Gold

  1. 4 out of 5

    ~Sofia~

    The adventure continues in the third book of the Order of Darkness Series. Gosh, I don’t know how I am getting through these. Unfortunately this is not a series that I look forward to continuing, but continue I will. Fools Gold is set in Venice where the group continue to follow the order from the mysterious Order of Darkness. To be honest I really did get tired reading this, the whole series seems like a chore to read. There does not seem to be much going on, and when something does happen it i The adventure continues in the third book of the Order of Darkness Series. Gosh, I don’t know how I am getting through these. Unfortunately this is not a series that I look forward to continuing, but continue I will. Fools Gold is set in Venice where the group continue to follow the order from the mysterious Order of Darkness. To be honest I really did get tired reading this, the whole series seems like a chore to read. There does not seem to be much going on, and when something does happen it isn’t quite as exciting as I would hope. The group themselves are a bit meh. They just seem to be trundling along. If Gregory wants to get into the YA fantasy genre I think with the current competition she really needs to bring more excitement to the table. This is a bit of a short review but I am not sure what more to say, it’s all so bland. The historical element is okay but I was hoping for more adventure. I will continue to read the fourth book of the series as I am one of those who cannot leave a series unfinished but I do not have much hope that It will end with a bang.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ashley Marsh

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. 3.5 stars. For the most part, this was a huge improvement on the first two books. For some reason, I was under the assumption that this was a trilogy, so I was surprised to see that this wasn't the end. These books definitely aren't masterpieces of fiction, but they're quick, easy reads. All of the characters are fairly stupid and annoying. A lot of things are dumbed down for a YA audience, but I think it's done in excess. While the characters are teenagers in the 15th century, they often act li 3.5 stars. For the most part, this was a huge improvement on the first two books. For some reason, I was under the assumption that this was a trilogy, so I was surprised to see that this wasn't the end. These books definitely aren't masterpieces of fiction, but they're quick, easy reads. All of the characters are fairly stupid and annoying. A lot of things are dumbed down for a YA audience, but I think it's done in excess. While the characters are teenagers in the 15th century, they often act like today's teenagers, and I'm missing a better historical basis for their behavior. The love triangle, if you can call it that, is ridiculously pointless. Honestly, I hated Luca in this book. You love Isolde, but you're all over Ishraq, and then you agree to have sex with some random married woman in a garden, only to change your mind, maybe? The whole garden scene is the dumbest addition to any book I've ever read. I don't see any reason to keep the possibility of Ishraq and Luca open, but Philippa Gregory insists on doing so. The STUPID baby lizard human in a jar plot point made me want to put this book down forever. What kind of idiocy is this? It doesn't add anything to the story. At all. Oh, so dumb. Anyway, despite the simple language and pointless additions to the story, I enjoyed this more than the first two, so I guess I'll be continuing with the series, if it ever wraps up.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Erin

    I'm sorry, but after struggling through the first 2 books in the series I gave up about 60 pages into this one. I cannot believe how bored I was so I gave up. I'm sorry, but after struggling through the first 2 books in the series I gave up about 60 pages into this one. I cannot believe how bored I was so I gave up.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Grace

    This is the third book in the Order of Darkness series and mostly takes place in the city of Venice. I enjoyed this one the most out of the others in the series and at points I couldn't put the book down. However, again there are sections which are quite boring and drag a bit. Quite excited to read the next book in the series after this instalment. This is the third book in the Order of Darkness series and mostly takes place in the city of Venice. I enjoyed this one the most out of the others in the series and at points I couldn't put the book down. However, again there are sections which are quite boring and drag a bit. Quite excited to read the next book in the series after this instalment.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Stacie (MagicOfBooks)

    I will also do a video review here at my channel: http://www.youtube.com/magicofbooks "Fools' Gold" is book 3 in Philippa Gregory's "Order of Darkness" series. In this installment we follow Luca and his friends as they travel to Venice to uncover a conspiracy involving the forgery of gold coins and the secrets of alchemy dealing with the philosopher's stone. Out of the three books I've read so far in this series, I think this one is definitely my favorite so far. I really found the premise intrigu I will also do a video review here at my channel: http://www.youtube.com/magicofbooks "Fools' Gold" is book 3 in Philippa Gregory's "Order of Darkness" series. In this installment we follow Luca and his friends as they travel to Venice to uncover a conspiracy involving the forgery of gold coins and the secrets of alchemy dealing with the philosopher's stone. Out of the three books I've read so far in this series, I think this one is definitely my favorite so far. I really found the premise intriguing and it felt a lot more exciting, thrilling, and dangerous. I continued to enjoy Philippa Gregory's writing and historical setting. I'm curious how long this series will continue. It seems like there's a lot of potential for Gregory to take this story and characters to some interesting places and we do get a few reveals about what we could anticipate for the future. I continued to love the characters as well. The characters I've realized aren't the most deeply fleshed out but I do still find them likable and when they are in peril I panic. My one frustration with this book in particular was that I found Isolde quite irritating on occasion. Ishraq is clearly the far more nuanced and interesting female character and I feel like Gregory doesn't know what to do with Isolde. I really loved Isolde in book 1. I loved the idea of her fleaing from her home and trying to reclaim what is rightfully hers. But with this book and book 2, Isolde comes across as a bit whiny on occasion and she says and does things that are very petty and immature. For crying out loud, she acts like a modern day moody, jealous, love-struck teenage girl and it's a bit off putting. So yeah, let's just say I love Ishraq and her maturity and rational thinking. And you know, I don't mind some romance, but I am getting frustrated that Gregory hasn't done much of anything to enhance the Luca/Isolde romance. I need it sooner rather than later. And seriously, the more Freize, the better...just saying. And Brother Peter can be a bit of a mood-killer and a stickler for traditional, but I still love his purpose in these books and he occasionally has a soft spot for his companions when he feels like it. Even if the characters act annoyingly, the plot is what I dig into the most. Loved the idea of a conspiracy involving the forgery of gold coins. That goes in interesting directions and causes a series of issues for our characters that put them in and out of constant trouble. And I always love anything dealing with the mythology of the philosopher's stone. Overall, a great third chapter to this series and now on to book 4 which is the last one of the bunch at the moment.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Hannah

    I thoroughly enjoyed the third instalment in this series, even though it's been ages since I read the first 2. I love the characters and, as I love history, these books are great for me. I thoroughly enjoyed the third instalment in this series, even though it's been ages since I read the first 2. I love the characters and, as I love history, these books are great for me.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    Luca Vero and his friends are plunged into a Mystery in the middle of the worlds biggest marketplace Which happens to be in Venice. Will the Popes letters protected the travels. Lady Isolde is still running from her brother and her feels for Luca are growing could be a dangers step for the young priest. I loved this story a lot and enjoyed the chemistry between all the four young people. There friendships between the five travels deeps and the changes they take for each other is heartwarming. Look Luca Vero and his friends are plunged into a Mystery in the middle of the worlds biggest marketplace Which happens to be in Venice. Will the Popes letters protected the travels. Lady Isolde is still running from her brother and her feels for Luca are growing could be a dangers step for the young priest. I loved this story a lot and enjoyed the chemistry between all the four young people. There friendships between the five travels deeps and the changes they take for each other is heartwarming. Looking forward to seen what is coming next for a young travellers.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Clara Jansson

    Just a little warning to curious readers, you might find some small spoilers in this review! Just putting it out there! Fools' Gold were acutally the reason why I started to read the Order of Darkness-series in the first place, because I bought this book in a book shop on a school field trip to London in March this year and then realized that it was the third part of a series. But I don't regret it because this book was actually the best in the series so far! I really like that the story takes pla Just a little warning to curious readers, you might find some small spoilers in this review! Just putting it out there! Fools' Gold were acutally the reason why I started to read the Order of Darkness-series in the first place, because I bought this book in a book shop on a school field trip to London in March this year and then realized that it was the third part of a series. But I don't regret it because this book was actually the best in the series so far! I really like that the story takes place in Venice (mostly because I'm kind of obsessed with Assassin's Creed II, hehe) and there was so much more intense moments than in Changeling and Stormbringers. I especially liked when Isolde stood up for herself and totally owned Lady Carintha, she was fabulous. I really love Ishraq and I still love Freize with all of my heart, they're so fabulous all of them. Even though I still don't like Brother Peter that much and there have been many times that I wanted to smack a book in his face in pure frustration. To be honest, I found it pretty funny when he lied to save Freize. It was sweet, but very funny. I liked the little scene of "sin" as well, but I kind of left me a little bit confused... Anyway, I really enjoyed the book! I thought it was great and I'm really looking forward to the next book!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Gabriela Pop

    Probably the weakest volume in the series thus far.I literally read three books in the series and would not be able to actually tell you their actual genre.While still rather addicting in that trashy YA kind of way,I must admit that the characters remain bland,lack depth and dimension,have little to no development and the amount of plot holes is quite concerning. Isolde FINALLY had a bit of character development,preceded as it was by rather horrendous character moments,but I am so desperate at th Probably the weakest volume in the series thus far.I literally read three books in the series and would not be able to actually tell you their actual genre.While still rather addicting in that trashy YA kind of way,I must admit that the characters remain bland,lack depth and dimension,have little to no development and the amount of plot holes is quite concerning. Isolde FINALLY had a bit of character development,preceded as it was by rather horrendous character moments,but I am so desperate at this point that the bar is so low I'll take whatever I can take.My poor Ishraq keeps lacking consistency and making her fancy the absolute bore that is Luca is taking a serious few years off my life.I somehow find myself rooting for her and Freize (I suppose partly just to know that I'm doing something and putting part of my energy somewhere that isn't purely hating Luca). Back to Luca,WHAT A BORE.WHAT A NUISANCE.I DON'T THINK I'VE BEEN THIS AGAINST A CHARACTER IN AGES.I am meant to buy him as this great intellectual -must always remember he is also of such beauty,though!!-,but I literally cannot stand him and he makes such poor life choices that I don't know whether to laugh or cry.Secret mission??I KNOW,LET'S HAVE HIM SELL HIS SOB STORY TO ANYONE THAT'D LISTEN!!!Cover story?Secret identity?Sticking to plans?He knows no such things.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jules Goud

    Definitely my favourite in the series so far. The travelling group now has to go to Venice to find out the mystery of the gold coins. They go during the 20 days of sin before lent. This has some interesting affects on our group. First, I have to say I don't like the love triangle. I really wants Isolde and Luca to end up together but I don't really know if that is going to happen. They look like they love each other but with the entrance of Ishraq, I can't say that I'm confident in there love affa Definitely my favourite in the series so far. The travelling group now has to go to Venice to find out the mystery of the gold coins. They go during the 20 days of sin before lent. This has some interesting affects on our group. First, I have to say I don't like the love triangle. I really wants Isolde and Luca to end up together but I don't really know if that is going to happen. They look like they love each other but with the entrance of Ishraq, I can't say that I'm confident in there love affair. Anyways, some very interesting things happen in that respect. Then we get to the whole Order of Darkness thing. They are just blindly following orders and that seems to be dying a little bit. I don't think that some of them realize how little they no about this Milord fellow. It will make for an interesting reveal. Isolde has some major improvements to her character. I liked them a lot. This was really the first one in this series that really wasn't slow all the time. Yes, it was a little bit difficult to get into at the beginning, but it definitely picks up the pace. I also liked the plot. There was enough romance to balance out inquiry about the coins. I can't wait to see where they will go next!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Caz

    As much as i love the series and cannot wait for the next book this book i defiantly felt it lacked a certain something. I feel the character Isolde does not have a strong enough role in the book as i would like or maybe i am just biased because she is my favorite but i would like to see a bigger development in her character. One thing i especcially enjoyed about this book was Luca and Isolde's heating relationship in the midst of all their adventures. This books however i don't think really end As much as i love the series and cannot wait for the next book this book i defiantly felt it lacked a certain something. I feel the character Isolde does not have a strong enough role in the book as i would like or maybe i am just biased because she is my favorite but i would like to see a bigger development in her character. One thing i especcially enjoyed about this book was Luca and Isolde's heating relationship in the midst of all their adventures. This books however i don't think really endeared me like the first book did. It focuses a lot on the politics of trading in Venice and maybe that isn't for me. The backstories also did not feel as strong however if you have read the other two books this is also a must read.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Samanta

    I am loving this series more and more. After another (mis)adventure, this time in Venice, the gang is finally starting to ask the right questions and question the orders instead of following them blindly (except Brother Peter; he is not quite there yet, poor soul). I really want to know what exactly is Milord's agenda. I already have my suspicions about his identity, but what exactly is he trying to accomplish, is still beyond me. Can't wait for the next one. According to Gregory, it should have I am loving this series more and more. After another (mis)adventure, this time in Venice, the gang is finally starting to ask the right questions and question the orders instead of following them blindly (except Brother Peter; he is not quite there yet, poor soul). I really want to know what exactly is Milord's agenda. I already have my suspicions about his identity, but what exactly is he trying to accomplish, is still beyond me. Can't wait for the next one. According to Gregory, it should have been published in 2014, but there is no indication of a title as of yet, much less a publication date, on her page.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Vanessa

    Good distraction but hardly well constructed This book, like most of Ms Gregory's post-Boleyn-girl novels felt hastily written and edited with thin characters and many plot holes. Still written in her signature style, it is an enjoyable, entertaining read for her fans. It just isn't a good representation of the writer that I think she truly is. Good distraction but hardly well constructed This book, like most of Ms Gregory's post-Boleyn-girl novels felt hastily written and edited with thin characters and many plot holes. Still written in her signature style, it is an enjoyable, entertaining read for her fans. It just isn't a good representation of the writer that I think she truly is.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Quill

    Philippa Gregory teaches economics...and it's fun! Philippa Gregory teaches economics...and it's fun!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Joanne

    I was most upset at the end of this book in realising that there is ANOTHER book in this series out this year. I soldiered on with courage to get through this book with the happy thought that when I was done I wouldn't have to do it again. The truth is that Fool's Gold is better than the other two put together (but then again, that really couldn't be hard), but it was in no way exceptional. One pick nit pick...one of the characters is descried as having a handgun holstered at his side. I picked up I was most upset at the end of this book in realising that there is ANOTHER book in this series out this year. I soldiered on with courage to get through this book with the happy thought that when I was done I wouldn't have to do it again. The truth is that Fool's Gold is better than the other two put together (but then again, that really couldn't be hard), but it was in no way exceptional. One pick nit pick...one of the characters is descried as having a handgun holstered at his side. I picked up on this historical inaccuracy in the last book. In the 15th Century, guns were only just being developed, and in the period date this novel is set, the smallest 'handgun' was the length of a rifle and the barrel so heavy it needed a tripod to hold it up while shooting. Well, I suppose the character in question might also have been described as being a giant and incredibly strong. If he was then I missed it though sheer boredom and skim reading. I know I won't revisit this story or series at all. There are better books out there.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Muneeza

    This book is set in Venice during the Dark Ages, after the Roman Empire's defeat at the hands of the Ottomans. The Church has ordered a group of religious scholars to investigate the mysterious, new gold coins that have entered the market. Many people speculate over their value and hope to turn a profit by investing in them. The premise was interesting but the execution was horrible. It was difficult to believe that everything fell into place for the investigative team so easily and they were ab This book is set in Venice during the Dark Ages, after the Roman Empire's defeat at the hands of the Ottomans. The Church has ordered a group of religious scholars to investigate the mysterious, new gold coins that have entered the market. Many people speculate over their value and hope to turn a profit by investing in them. The premise was interesting but the execution was horrible. It was difficult to believe that everything fell into place for the investigative team so easily and they were able to pull off their ridiculous plans without any major losses. The villains in this book were far too magnanimous and chose to be convinced only with mere words. Gregory is a master storyteller when it comes to forbidden love but even the romantic relationships in this book fell short of their usual standard.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Ahnya

    Luca, Frieze, Isolde, Ishraq, and Brother Peter are sent to Venice to pose as a merchant family, and investigate the influx of English Nobles. The market in Venice has been flooded with gold English Nobles. Nobody know why there are so many, and where they are all coming from, but their value just keeps increasing. Luca is sent to investigate to see if they might be forgeries. Honestly, this book was boring. The plot was uninteresting, and the characters kept making dumb decisions. About the onl Luca, Frieze, Isolde, Ishraq, and Brother Peter are sent to Venice to pose as a merchant family, and investigate the influx of English Nobles. The market in Venice has been flooded with gold English Nobles. Nobody know why there are so many, and where they are all coming from, but their value just keeps increasing. Luca is sent to investigate to see if they might be forgeries. Honestly, this book was boring. The plot was uninteresting, and the characters kept making dumb decisions. About the only thing I did like was the setting. I have always wanted to go to Carnevale in Venice, and at that time period it just seems so magical.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Susan Chow-Dukhan

    Luca Vero and his companions travel to Venice during Carnevale. Luca's mission is to study the English gold noble coins that are in circulation to determine their authenticity and expose any coin counterfeiters that are operating in Venice. The book is easy to read and suitable for a young adult reader. The black and white illustrations at the start of each section/chapter is representative of the content of the novel. You get the basic story with two dimensional characters and settings that lack Luca Vero and his companions travel to Venice during Carnevale. Luca's mission is to study the English gold noble coins that are in circulation to determine their authenticity and expose any coin counterfeiters that are operating in Venice. The book is easy to read and suitable for a young adult reader. The black and white illustrations at the start of each section/chapter is representative of the content of the novel. You get the basic story with two dimensional characters and settings that lack depth or colour. There are interesting historical references of places and customs, but the bulk of the novel is light, fluffy entertainment.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Caryn

    It took some dedication to become submerged into the story line. In fairness I did begin the last book first and was rather lost at first in the plot; however, after a couple chapters was easy enough to determine character lines. I dislike how the alchemists were introduced and their strange creature as well as how it was also easily dismissed without a real conclusion of what happened to the characters. The romantic interests were teased and some action with the don't ask don't tell and emotion It took some dedication to become submerged into the story line. In fairness I did begin the last book first and was rather lost at first in the plot; however, after a couple chapters was easy enough to determine character lines. I dislike how the alchemists were introduced and their strange creature as well as how it was also easily dismissed without a real conclusion of what happened to the characters. The romantic interests were teased and some action with the don't ask don't tell and emotional forgetfulness of devious agreements.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sam Sigelakis-Minski

    3.5, rounded up. I liked the setting in Venice and the history, but I feel like the characterization was off for all of the characters and it was just written off as, "Venice is sinful," and I don't know how I feel about adding the more fantasy-esque elements. I normally like fantasy, but it just seems off here. I am looking forward to the last book though and how our characters conclude their adventure. 3.5, rounded up. I liked the setting in Venice and the history, but I feel like the characterization was off for all of the characters and it was just written off as, "Venice is sinful," and I don't know how I feel about adding the more fantasy-esque elements. I normally like fantasy, but it just seems off here. I am looking forward to the last book though and how our characters conclude their adventure.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jill

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Things are getting quite weird with this little group. Alchemy and many other nefarious things come up in this book. I did, however, love the location of Venice! It was easy to picture the scenes they way Gregory writes about everything. I am definitely curious as to how many books will be in this series. I do look forward to the next installment and seeing more developments with the characters and their relationships.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Phi

    Interesting at a level but it tended to drag. I had the feeling that the various plot lines were both too complex and also quite predictable. Gregory is less confident than in her Tudor/ English space. And there were points where I simply wished the book would end. Not my best experience of Gregory and I usually enjoy her work

  23. 4 out of 5

    Lorraine

    Fools Gold is a difficult book to follow with characters that are also difficult to understand. The plot is not understood and the book comes to an immediate end. The point of the book is lost on the listener. Even the author's remarks at the end of the book do not unscramble the purpose or story of the book. The book receives a generous two stars which really is just being kind. Fools Gold is a difficult book to follow with characters that are also difficult to understand. The plot is not understood and the book comes to an immediate end. The point of the book is lost on the listener. Even the author's remarks at the end of the book do not unscramble the purpose or story of the book. The book receives a generous two stars which really is just being kind.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Anne

    Oh dear! I had enjoyed Philippa Gregory books previously but this one is really hard going. Realised at the end it was the third of a trilogy - goes to show that I wasn't aware of that when I read it. If it is the last one of a trilogy no satisfactory ending - as if she is considering writing another (I hope not). Oh dear! I had enjoyed Philippa Gregory books previously but this one is really hard going. Realised at the end it was the third of a trilogy - goes to show that I wasn't aware of that when I read it. If it is the last one of a trilogy no satisfactory ending - as if she is considering writing another (I hope not).

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kari

    I wish the characters progressed more. It all moves a little too slowly for me and I'm not sure I'm invested enough after three books to want to stick with the series further to find out where all the characters finally end up. I wish the characters progressed more. It all moves a little too slowly for me and I'm not sure I'm invested enough after three books to want to stick with the series further to find out where all the characters finally end up.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lucy Hutchinson

    This series gets better and better. Lots of fantastic historical detail as ever. The characters are coming into their own now, growing up and developing their own stories. I can't wait for the next instalment. This series gets better and better. Lots of fantastic historical detail as ever. The characters are coming into their own now, growing up and developing their own stories. I can't wait for the next instalment.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Caroline

    I liked the first two books of the serie more than this one. I feel like we see everything coming pages in advance and there is no evolution in the characters. I don't think I will read the 4th book if ever there is one. It was really painful to get to the end. I liked the first two books of the serie more than this one. I feel like we see everything coming pages in advance and there is no evolution in the characters. I don't think I will read the 4th book if ever there is one. It was really painful to get to the end.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Ian

    Good Read read all three volumes and enjoyed them all. I love the characters and the way they interact with each other. The quests are somewhat fantastical but nonetheless enjoyable. Also enjoyable is the setting and the weaving in of history. Well worth reading.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Teri Robilotto

    I was pleasantly surprised by this series. Much different from her other novels I've read. More easy, light material. I absolutely loved the character, Frieze, probably one of my all time favorite characters! I will definitely be reading the 4th installment to find out what happens next! I was pleasantly surprised by this series. Much different from her other novels I've read. More easy, light material. I absolutely loved the character, Frieze, probably one of my all time favorite characters! I will definitely be reading the 4th installment to find out what happens next!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sharon

    Luca and Isolde arrive in Venice, tasked with uncovering a counterfeiting operation. The events they discover are much more unsettling, and the team really begins to suspect the motives of the leader of the Order of Darkness.

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