Send Me Their Souls (Bring Me Their Hearts #3) By Sara Wolf [Review]

Send Me Their Souls (Bring Me Their Hearts, #3)RELEASE DATE: November 3rd, 2020
Sara Wolf
  Young-Adult, Fantasy, Adventure, Romance.
Entangled Teen

The finale to the epic Bring Me Their Hearts series reaches its thrilling conclusion, full of intrigue, emotion, and of course romance.

Reunited with Lucien, Malachite, and Fione, Zera finally has the choice of whether or not to regain her humanity and give up her life as a Heartless. But with war raging and an army of valkerax on the loose, she’s never needed immortality more. Will they be able to stop Varia without sacrificing themselves in the process?



MY REV (Copy)

* ARC received from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review *

Send Me Their Souls is the final book in the Bring Me Their Hearts Trilogy. So far, I’ve been a great fan of this series especially the snarky main character Zera. I had high expectations for this book but it turned out to be a let down. I didn’t enjoy it as much as I thought I would. There was way too many slow scenes and It really dragged in the middle.

The story continues where it was left off in the previous installment. Lucien’s sister Varia finally made her connection with the Bone tree and she’s building her own Valkerax army to crush her enemies to bring a new era where witches can have a free reign. Zera is finally free from Varia’s clutches, and her new master is Lucien who’s ready to give her heart back. With the upcoming war, Zera isn’t sure that it’s the right time to lose her immortality. Being human will make her vulnerable and a liability to the team. She wants to help saving the world to make up for her past mistakes.

Zera is my favorite character in the entire series because I love snarky heroines. She was supposed to be full of wit and confidence which was somewhat missing in this book. She’s ready to become a martyr to save her friends and they don’t even treat her right. I know she broke their trust, but still they don’t have to be rude. After everything they’ve been through, I just can’t deal with it. Lucien is a precious sweet cinnamon roll! He cares for his kingdom and his people very much. While everyone’s ready to throw Zera’s life away for a good cause, he’s the only one that disagreed with it because he not only cares for her but he also don’t want to risk someone’s life for his gain. Malachite is a great friend and a protective guard. I always enjoyed his character. I’ve mixed feelings about him but I don’t hate him. I didn’t like Fione in this book. She’s definitely my least favorite character.

The storyline was good, but It was quite slow in developing. There’s so many slow scenes which focused on Friendship bonding, character development, romance, and lots of travelling but not much action which is a bit disappointing. I honestly expected this to be an action packed finale. It’s pretty much a slow read, but things do get intense and kickass at the end. I loved the writing style. I can never get enough of it. The world building was nicely done. I’m glad that we get to visit new places in this magical world. I loved the concept of the bone tree, and the magical creatures named Valkerax.

Overall, I liked it but it’s not my favorite in the series. I’m glad the story concluded with a satisfying ending. I’m honestly not ready to say goodbye to this series! I can’t believe it’s finally over! I’m really gonna miss Zera!

Recommend it?

I highly recommend this series if you like YA fantasy and snarky heroines!



[3.5/5 Stars]

So, What do you think of this series? Have you read it yet? Do you Plan to read it?
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4 thoughts on “Send Me Their Souls (Bring Me Their Hearts #3) By Sara Wolf [Review]

  1. Jamie @BubblyBooks March 14, 2021 / 1:24 am

    totally agree with everything you said!! I missed my sassy zera in this one :(( but also thankfully Lucien remained a cinnamon roll bc everyone else was being quite rude! I also felt the ending was a bit rushed :// but will miss zera all the same – great review as always 🙂

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  2. Jen March 16, 2021 / 2:04 am

    I’m sorry to hear that this one was let down! I still need to finish reading this book to wrap up the series but I’m glad I now have a heads up that this one wasn’t fast paced and more focused on the characters. It’s always so much better knowing that going into a final book. Thanks Raven!

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