Everything seems pretty quiet for the four kids in Edgewood. They haven’t heard from the Associates, school is going well, and Nadia’s parents are even allowing her to go out with Russ once a week and hold a job. And then everything changes and the kids are sent on their first mission by the Associates.
Revelation, the fourth and last Edgewood book, closed out the series with a very satisfying end. Once again, the author managed to totally blindside me with a twist I truly never expected. The story is told mostly from Russ’s point of view with a handful of chapters from Nadia’s point of view. It’s exciting to the very end and kept me second-guessing myself as to which group, the Praetorian Guard or the Associates, were the bad guys. I highly recommend this book, but definitely read the first three books before this one or it won’t really make sense.
5 (out of 5) Stars