The Reckoning of Noah Shaw

The Reckoning of Noah Shaw

Noah Shaw confesses all in this second novel of a chilling new companion series to Michelle Hodkin’s New York Times bestselling Mara Dyer trilogy!Noah Shaw doesn’t think he needs his father’s inheritance.He does.Noah believes there’s something off about the suicides in his visions.There is.Noah is convinced that he still knows the real Mara Dyer.He does not. Everyone thoug...

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Title:The Reckoning of Noah Shaw
Author:Michelle Hodkin
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The Reckoning of Noah Shaw Reviews

  • Stacee

    Oh man, I don’t have words, but I have a lot of feelings.

    I loved this portion of Noah’s story. I loved being in his head, being back in England, being with Goose. Seriously, I could read an entire book with Goose as the MC. Also, I desperately need him and Jamie together ASAP.

    Plot wise, it was fantastic and maddening and literally everything I could have wanted for a second book in a trilogy. We get some answers and more questions, and you bet your sweet ass there’s a cliffhanger ending.

    I ref

    Oh man, I don’t have words, but I have a lot of feelings.

    I loved this portion of Noah’s story. I loved being in his head, being back in England, being with Goose. Seriously, I could read an entire book with Goose as the MC. Also, I desperately need him and Jamie together ASAP.

    Plot wise, it was fantastic and maddening and literally everything I could have wanted for a second book in a trilogy. We get some answers and more questions, and you bet your sweet ass there’s a cliffhanger ending.

    I refuse to say anything that could be spoiler-ish. Just know that I am furious and so happy and can’t even wait to see what the final book brings.

    **Huge thanks to Simon & Schuster BFYR for providing the arc free of charge**

  • Ricky

    Even though the first book disappointed me a bit, I'm still super-psyched for

    because dammit I want Noah and Mara and Jamie and all their peeps to make it out of this new series happy!

    Except if this ARC is anything to go by, they don't, but what else is new?

    This one still isn't as good for me as the original series was, mostly due to a somewhat unfocused second half that kinda drags it down. But the first half, when we get an extended flashback to the time when Noah was, um, in cap

    Even though the first book disappointed me a bit, I'm still super-psyched for

    because dammit I want Noah and Mara and Jamie and all their peeps to make it out of this new series happy!

    Except if this ARC is anything to go by, they don't, but what else is new?

    This one still isn't as good for me as the original series was, mostly due to a somewhat unfocused second half that kinda drags it down. But the first half, when we get an extended flashback to the time when Noah was, um, in captivity during the better part of

    and Mara thought he was dead, it feels like Hodkin does a great job of finally filling in this narrative gap. Then, while that second half does feel unfocused, it unleashes a whole torrent of surprises on us the readers - including, of course, a cliffhanger just as weapons-grade as the one we got in Part 2 of Hodkin's last trilogy, if not more so.

    Again, I'm really sad that the happy ending of the original trilogy is pretty much all gone at this point. But now I only have to wait maybe a year for the end? Hopefully no more than that.

  • Noura Khalid (theperksofbeingnoura)

    Actual Rating: 3.5

    Michelle Hodkin is one of my absolute favorite authors. I was almost sobbing when I received an approval to review this book. Noah is one of my favorite characters ever. Reading from his point of view is a completely different experience than when we were reading from Mara’s perspective. I read this one in two days just like the previous book. Somethin

    Actual Rating: 3.5

    Michelle Hodkin is one of my absolute favorite authors. I was almost sobbing when I received an approval to review this book. Noah is one of my favorite characters ever. Reading from his point of view is a completely different experience than when we were reading from Mara’s perspective. I read this one in two days just like the previous book. Something about Michelle Hodkin’s writing always manages to keep me immersed even if there isn't anything happening yet.

    We pick up from where we left off in the first book and we follow the adventures of Noah and Goose. Now, as much as I adore the characters I couldn't help but be a bit confused with where the story was going. I felt like I didnt get enough time to process what happened before the next event took place and revealed something new. It was nice to get a bit more information than what we previously had. Though it made room for a million new questions. It also left a few still unanswered and I think that’s what might have confused me more.

    Noah and Goose end up travelling around quite a lot. Noah also ends up discovering and remembering a few things he didn’t pay attention to before. The events that took place helped in understanding what was going on in the previous book, as well as in The Mara Dyer trilogy. We dove into Noah’s past and that included some of his ancestors. Despite the book lacking Mara, we did unravel a few events from her side of the family, including her grandmother.

    My head was buzzing with questions that I was hoping this book would reveal. It answered a few and added a bit more to the list. I’m assuming we have one more book left in this trilogy, and despite not enjoying this one as much as I wanted to I cant wait for the last book!

  • Mlpmom (Book Reviewer)

    This series knows how to mess with your emotions. Get your heart racing and always, always leave you wanting more.

    After both the killer cliffhanger and heartbreaking ending of book one, I was left anxious to get my hands on book two. I just had to know that that wasn't how it all ended. That that wasn't the end period between so many beloved characters.

    Noah and Mara are explosive together, sometimes in the very worst ways possible but no, it couldn't end with them at odds with each other, it jus

    This series knows how to mess with your emotions. Get your heart racing and always, always leave you wanting more.

    After both the killer cliffhanger and heartbreaking ending of book one, I was left anxious to get my hands on book two. I just had to know that that wasn't how it all ended. That that wasn't the end period between so many beloved characters.

    Noah and Mara are explosive together, sometimes in the very worst ways possible but no, it couldn't end with them at odds with each other, it just couldn't.

    This book. So many feels. So many emotions. So many revelations, betrayals and even more mysteries.

    Literally, it was hard to wrap my mind around them sometimes. There was just so much going on in the best way possible.

    I don't even know what else to say without giving anything away but I will say this, it's a must read. It's beautifully done. It's mysterious, it's mind blowing and so very much happens and is reveled and exposed that fans of the series will not want to miss out on it. In fact, their only regret will be that book three isn't here already.

    Hodkins once again blows us away with the intricately laid out mystery that is Mara, Noah, and gang. The conspiracies, the danger, the gifts, the plans, the destruction. All so cleverly done and executed. I can't wait for more.

    *ARC provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.*

  • Jasmine

    Among all the Michelle Hodkin books I've read and loved, this one is undoubtedly my least favorite.

    Full review to come.

  • Whitney Atkinson

    tw/ depression, suicidal thoughts and ideation, self-harm

    literally nothing happened until the last page, and that cliffhanger bullshit ending can catch some hands

    *two days later*

    I'm adding to this review because it's absurd that this is even a real book. the writing reads like not a single editor has touched this. there's no clear beginning, middle, and end of this book. the edgy "ooooh, what's happening?" vibe from the original trilogy just turned into a straight-up mindfuck where literally not

    tw/ depression, suicidal thoughts and ideation, self-harm

    literally nothing happened until the last page, and that cliffhanger bullshit ending can catch some hands

    *two days later*

    I'm adding to this review because it's absurd that this is even a real book. the writing reads like not a single editor has touched this. there's no clear beginning, middle, and end of this book. the edgy "ooooh, what's happening?" vibe from the original trilogy just turned into a straight-up mindfuck where literally nothing is comprehensible. I read 400 entire pages of this book but I could only sum it up into two whole plot points, and those plot points don't add anything to the previous books or give any real direction to the rest of the series. there's no character growth or actual plot to this book.

    and I don't care that that's probably a spoiler. please don't waste your time buying this.

  • Beatrice in Bookland

    *I received an arc from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review*

    1) The unbecoming of Mara Dyer ★★★☆☆

    2) The evolution of Mara Dyer ★★★☆☆

    3) The retribution of Mara Dyer ★★☆☆☆

    4) The becoming of Noah Shaw ★★☆☆☆

    Nothing happens in this book. Nothing. Nada. Niente. Rien.

    It's basically 500 pages of Noah and Goose getting drunk, taking acids, falling into the stupidest traps and talking about Mara (who isn't even in the book, ugh).

    The only good thing that

    *I received an arc from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review*

    1) The unbecoming of Mara Dyer ★★★☆☆

    2) The evolution of Mara Dyer ★★★☆☆

    3) The retribution of Mara Dyer ★★☆☆☆

    4) The becoming of Noah Shaw ★★☆☆☆

    Nothing happens in this book. Nothing. Nada. Niente. Rien.

    It's basically 500 pages of Noah and Goose getting drunk, taking acids, falling into the stupidest traps and talking about Mara (who isn't even in the book, ugh).

    The only good thing that came out of this book is Noah realising that he ain't shit and that Mara deserves better and the little

    part where we see what happened to Noah when Mara was at Horizons.

    So yeah my opinion on this new trilogy is that it's completely unnecessary and that it's ruining the original one. It's ruining the old characters and making the plot even weirder. Stop, Michelle, p l e a s e.

  • Joshee Kun (조수아)

    Me: gives 1 star to

    but adds book 2 to TBR because of the cover.

  • Sruthi T S

    I can't wait anymore!!!!

    November 13th????

    That's ages away😭

    My patience is wearing out!!!

    You're killing me Michelle!!

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