{Top Five+Giveaway} The Turncoat’s Gambit by @AndreaCremer @PhilomelBooks @PenguinTeen

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{Top Five+Giveaway} The Turncoat’s Gambit by @AndreaCremer @PhilomelBooks @PenguinTeen

{Top Five+Giveaway} The Turncoat’s Gambit by @AndreaCremer @PhilomelBooks @PenguinTeenThe Turncoat's Gambit by Andrea Cremer
Pages: 352
Published by Philomel Books on November 15, 2016
Series: The Inventor's Secret #3
Genres: Young Adult, Steampunk

Charlotte is on the run. The Empire is hunting her. The Revolution wants her back. And Charlotte has allied herself with pirates, just to stay safe.

But things are not what they seem. There’s a traitor in the revolutionaries’ midst pulling unseen strings, and surprises lurk around every corner.

As Charlotte is left to sort out what she truly thinks about the revolution she’s spent her whole life fighting for, she must also battle to keep herself and her friends alive.

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TOP 5 MOMENTS:
OF THE INVENTOR’S SECRET SERIES

This was a tough list! I wanted to share the real highlights of finishing this series, but without spoilers. Every book is a creative rollercoaster, but the final book of a series ratchets up those experiences even more. I hope everyone who reads THE TURNCOAT’S GAMBIT enjoys the wild ride!

 

5) Watching Linnet and Lachance interact. A spy and a pirate! In love! Every scene these two are in was such a delight to create. Their banter and rivalry kept me constantly entertained and deeply invested in their relationships.

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4) Grave’s choices.  In the first two books of this series, much of Grave’s existence remains shrouded in mystery. By the opening of the TURNCOAT’S GAMBIT, many questions about Grave’s past have been answered and Grave himself begins to consider what path he wants to take in the world. I find Grave’s unusual approach to events and relationships to be utterly fascinating and seeing the way his character unfolds was one of my favorite parts of writing this book.

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3) Return to the Floating City. Events lead Charlotte and her companions back to Britain’s New York, but under very different circumstances than in THE INVENTOR’S SECRET. I loved exploring new, and more sinister, sides of this imperial stronghold.


2) Charlotte stepping fully into a leadership role and proving her courage and strength of character. Throughout TURNCOAT’S GAMBIT Charlotte faces incredible challenges and terrifying situations, she doesn’t back down.

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1) The end – obviously I won’t give away what happens, but when I typed the final words of this series I felt a sense of joy and satisfaction. The characters all reached pivotal crossroads in their lives that I hope readers will too!

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About Andrea Cremer

Andrea Cremer is the author of the internationally bestselling Nightshade series. She spent her childhood daydreaming and roaming the forests and lakeshores of Northern Wisconsin.

Andrea has always loved writing and has never stopped writing, but she only recently plunged into the deep end of the pool that is professional writing. Before she wrote her first novel, Andrea was a history professor at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota. In her books, she strives to bring together her two passions: history and fantasy. Andrea now lives in New York and writes full time.

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