In the third book of the Nebula Award-nominated Arcadia Project series, which New York Times best-selling author Seanan McGuire called "exciting, inventive, and brilliantly plotted", Millie Roper has to pull off two impossible heists - with the fate of the worlds in the balance.
Three months ago, a rift between agents in London and Los Angeles tore the Arcadia Project apart. With both fey Courts split down the middle - half supporting London, half LA - London is putting the pieces in place to quash the resistance. But due to an alarming backslide in her mental health, new LA agent Mille Roper is in no condition to fight.
When London's opening shot is to frame Millie's partner, Tjuan, for attempted homicide, Millie has no choice but to hide him and try to clear his name. Her investigation will take her across the pond to the heart of Arcadia at the mysterious and impenetrable White Rose palace. The key to Tjuan's freedom - and to the success of the revolution - is locked in a vault under the fey Queen's watchful eye. It's up to Millie to plan and lead a heist that will shape the future of two worlds - all while pretending that she knows exactly what she's doing....
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Another fantastic book in this wonderful series with oh so many unique characters. This series just feels so fresh and original. And Millie is more “Millie” in this one again (after being not quite so in the last one). There’s a lot going on in this book. Fans of the series should love it. This is not a book that stands on its own, so read the previous two books before starting this one. I don’t know if there will be more in the series, but if there are, you can count me in.
The audiobook is once again wonderfully narrated by Arden Hammersmith who does a fantastic job with all of the voices and who has, herself, become the voice of Millie for me. Very well worth the Audible credit.
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