The Arc of a Scythe Trilogy (Boxed Set)
Books | Young Adult Fiction / Social Themes / Death, Grief, Bereavement
Two teens must learn the “art of killing” in this Printz Honor–winning series from Neal Shusterman, author of the New York Times bestselling Unwind dystology.This collectible boxed set includes hardcover editions of: Scythe Thunderhead The Toll
Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
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"So, just finished the Arc of A Scythe Trilogy, and I just want to say three words. (Well,maybe more afterwards) Read. These. Books. The first book is so great and captivating, the second to me was a bit harder to get through, and a bit less exciting, but nonetheless amazing. I just finished the last book like 10 minutes ago and am balling my eyes out. The Toll was by far my favorite of the three, so you need to read the first two to read the last! This series is sooooo good!!!!!! The characters are well written, the storyline and world is amazing, and the character development is so well done! Beware, the last chapter of the last book might leave you guys heartbroken. (In a good way!) READ THIS FREAKING SERIES AAAAAA"
"Absolutely amazing series! I usually never read books. But every year around Thanksgiving I restart this series. Shusterman is today’s Ray Bradbury. His use of imagery/figurative language is brilliant. I love how easily you can see the relevance to issues that really exist in our world. It really makes you think!"
"I really liked the characters throughout the entirety of the series. Plus, personally I enjoyed the style of writing and premise of the story!"
"I to remember I try to read a lot. I teach so I alway get book recommendations "
"if you like dystopian i really recommend this trilogy! i have only read the 1 and 2 book, but i just got the third one and i’m excited to read it!!it is a different form of dystopian from like hunger games and divergent, but it’s good. also the ending of the second book was just wow. lol"
"New favorite series! Couldn’t put it down. 20/10 recommend, especially if you like the Unwind Dystology by the author. Didn’t want it to end & wish it didn’t have to. I could read stories from this world forever and be completely content. Definitely appreciate the lack of sex & cussing— rare and refreshing. There’s a few cuss words throughout & a couple insinuations of sex, but nothing graphic or detailed in the slightest. Excellent tie-ins, well written world building & lovable main characters. "