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Grades 4 - 8Grades 3 - 5n/a4.8112840
Rory and her friends are determined to stop the Snow Queen once and for all in this thrilling conclusion to the Ever Afters series, which Kirkus Reviews calls a “fast-paced combination of middle school realism and fairy-tale fantasy.”

How will this tale end?

The whole fairy-tale world is on high alert. The Snow Queen and her minions are targeting Characters, and Ever After School is the only safe refuge left. Rory Landon knows a final confrontation is inevitable, and she worries about the safety of her family and friends—particularly Chase, who has been acting very strange lately.

Will Rory be able to count on Chase when she needs him most? Is she strong enough to put an end to the Snow Queen’s terrible reign once and for all? Only one thing is certain: it’s time for Rory to find out if her tale ends in happily-ever-after.
Hardcover, 400 pages
Published on June 30, 2015 by Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
ISBN-10: 1442497874
ISBN-13: 9781442497870
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  • happypug12
    happypug12Monday, June 6, 2016 at 10:37 am55 starsFeatured
    When I first started this book, I was SO upset at the very thought of even finishing THE last book of my ABSOLUTE FAVORITE BOOK SERIES EVER. The only book series that close to matching my love for this series is The Sisters Grimm series by Michael Buckley. But when I finished Of Enemies and Endings, I surprised myself. I LOVED (and still love) THE ENDING AND THIS BOOK AND EVERY BOOK IN THIS SERIES TO BITS. The end just satisfied every part of me that was certain I was going to break into tears of sadness. (But if I had cried at the end of this tale, it would have been out of sheer joy.) I know this review is going to sound dramatic and crazy but these books have taken a huge piece of my heart, and every day I think of Rory and Chase and Lena. Every book in this series was superb and heart-breaking and joyful and perfect, but of the four books in this series, this was my favorite. Every book builds on the last, with each book getting better and developing the characters so much more, and this was the cherry that topped all the other books in this series. I felt every bit of pain that Rory felt, with every stab of grief that she felt tearing my heart a little more. I felt giddy with joy when she experienced happiness. Rory had the raised the bar to whole new levels in characters. Chase and Lena too. So if you have don't do it NOW because you will never put these books down once you start. WHEW THAT REVIEW WAS LONG AND I DO NOT BLAME YOU IF YOU DON'T READ THE WHOLE THING.