The Demon's Surrender (Demon's Lexicon Series #3)

The Demon's Surrender (Demon's Lexicon Series #3)

by Sarah Rees Brennan
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The Demon's Surrender (Demon's Lexicon Series #3) by Sarah Rees Brennan

Loyalty leads to catastrophe in the thrilling and suspenseful conclusion to the Demon’s Lexicon trilogy.

The Goblin Market has always been the center of Sin’s world. She’s a dancer and a performer, secure in her place. But now the Market is at war with the magicians, and Sin’s place is in danger. Exiled from the market she loves, Sin is thrown together with Nick and Alan—whom she’s always despised.
Alan has been marked by a magician and can be tortured as the magician pleases. As Sin watches Alan struggle to continue to protect the demon brother he loves, she begins to see him in a new light. When Alan is finally possessed as a punishment for Nick’s disobedience, Sin can only watch helplessly as the boy she has grown to love is destroyed. No one ever comes back from a possession—ever. But no one else has a demon for a brother. How far will Nick go to save Alan? And what will it cost them all?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781416963844
Publisher: Margaret K. McElderry Books
Publication date: 06/05/2012
Series: Demon's Lexicon Series , #3
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 387
Sales rank: 307,368
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.20(h) x 1.20(d)
Age Range: 14 - 17 Years

About the Author

Sarah Rees Brennan was born and raised in Ireland by the sea, where her teachers valiantly tried to make her fluent in Irish (she wants you to know it’s not called Gaelic), but she chose to read books under her desk in class instead. After living briefly in New York and doing a creative writing MA and library work in Surrey, England, she has returned to Dublin, Ireland, to write. Her Irish is still woeful, but she feels the books under the desk were worth it. Visit her online at SarahReesBrennan.com.

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The Demon's Surrender (Demon's Lexicon Trilogy Series #3) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was a little surprised by Sin as the POV choice when I started this book, but I wound up loving it. She's a great character, and I loved getting to see inside her head behind the many different facets of herself that she presents. I also really enjoyed the dynamics of her friendship/competition with Mae.
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This book is a truly amazing end to a dynamic series. I am overjoyed that I started the series, and the last book was the finishing touch. I could hug Sarh Rees Brenan.
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Andrea Reino More than 1 year ago
I absolutely loved this book. I thouht that it was a fantastic finish ti this particular book series. This book has my full reommendation to readers everywhere, as well as the two before it.
Prince_of_Fantasy More than 1 year ago
The ending to this trilogy is full of new mysteries and the ones we've already discovered in the previous two books. Rees Brennnan's prose is poetic and wonderful as always. Blistering action, unlikely love, and the power to change yourself perfectly wrap up the series. Well, you know, among other things along the way. Perfectly paced and an awesome ending that made me cry a little -- the greatness of The Demon's Surrender is seriously almost indescribable. I love the people, the magic, the market...so gripping, I was never, ever pulled out of this novel. Bloodshed and learning love (even a demon or two) -- what a fitting, thrilling "THE END."
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danibookworm91 More than 1 year ago
I was super excited to read the final installment in the Demon's Lexicon series. I couldn't have been more satisfied with the ending of the series. Initially, I was very worried about this book. Like the previous two books in the series, this book is told from the point of view of another character. The first book was told by Nick's point of view and the second from Mae's point of view. The final book is told from Sin's point of view, and this worried me a bit. Sin was more of a secondary character in the first two books so I was a bit worried about how the narration of the central story line would play out. However, I ended up really liking Sin as a narrator and the story played out perfectly. I really liked learning more about Sin and I loved her personality. She was probably one of the best people to tell the conclusion of this story and I really loved learning her back story. I have to say, most of my fears about Sin as the narrator stemmed from the fact that I really wanted Nick and Mae together. I worried that because Sin was the narrator we would get none of the private scenes between those Nick and Mae, but Sarah Rees Brennan handled it well. We still got many private scenes between other characters as well. The plot picked up from where we left after the Demon's Covenant. I was really happy with were Sarah Rees Brennan took the story. I think the twist in this book could really rival the twist from the first book, and that was a huge twist. I knew things were going too well for it too remain so happy, and boy did she deliver a shocking twist. Sarah Rees Brennan was probably the evilest in this book to her characters, but it made the story so great and was done to the benefit of the story, so I can forgive her for her evilness. I was very happy with how all the characters story lines were settled. I really enjoyed seeing whom everyone kind of ended up with and seeing the amazing growth of nearly every character in this book. The characters were put through very difficult times in this books, I really liked watching them growing and becoming stronger because of these difficulties. And I have to say, I was very happy with who ended up with who in the end. It was perfect. The emotions were running high in this final installment of the Demon's Lexicon series. It was another emotional roller coaster. I was happy, I was angry, and I was sad. At parts I was crying. And then there were those scenes that just made me so giddy and happy. They were perfect and I could not have wanted anything else. And my favorite scene was one of the most emotional for me. That scene that Sin overhears between Nick and Mae. My favorite, even if it was very emotional. Trust me you will understand when you read it. I was really happy with how this series concluded. The ending wrapped up the main story line, but did not leave everything wrapped in a perfect package. Instead, things in the ending were still a bit shaking with the characters. The characters and their world still had always to go before everything to be settled perfectly and the ending demonstrates that. I was really happy with where the characters were all heading in the future, even though we do not know if everything they plan for will occur. The ending was very bittersweet for me because it was the last time I'd hear these characters stories. I really liked that the ending did wrap up every little detail and solve every problem, because that is not real.
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