The Bone Fields
by C.F. Barrington
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Pub Date 03 Aug 2023 | Archive Date 11 Aug 2023
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The final gripping instalment in a fast-paced, action-packed Scottish thriller series where recruits compete in a fight to the death in the streets of Edinburgh.
From the beginning, The Pantheon has been a secret society of bloodshed and order. Modern-day gladiators abandon their lives, fall into rank and battle to the death – cheered on and funded by online watchers.
Tyler Maitland was recruited to fight in the Games, but his real ambition is finding his missing sister – even if it means bringing down The Pantheon for good.
The start of the Twentieth Season delivers never-before-matched teams to the fields of eastern Europe, where a hidden force will blow the truth of the Games wide open, once and for all...
THE FINAL SEASON STARTS NOW.
Praise for the Pantheon series:
'The moment you ask yourself if it could just be true, the story has you.' Anthony Riches
'So gripping that I sometimes find myself holding my breath while I'm reading!' Ruth Hogan
'A brilliant eccentric concept which hits you like a fever dream.' Giles Kristian
'Gripping and original – a terrific read!' Joe Heap
'The Wolf Mile is a thrilling ride and a heck of a debut. C.F. Barrington knocks it out of the park.' Matthew Harffy
Average rating from 9 members
A fantastic book, I don’t normally read these types of books writing wise but this was different and I really enjoyed this, looking forward to reading more in the future
Wow what a book thank you ever so much for the opportunity to review. I could not put it down. Would definitely recommend to others
This Scottish thriller was the last of a 4 book series and it was absolutely gripping and I couldn't put it down.
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The 4th and final chapter of this action packed series closes and how.
A series that I’ve hungrily read over the last couple of months. You can call it a mash up of many recent things. GOT, Hunger Games and the like but for me The Pantheon Series is its own breathless beast.
Discover it, read it, devour it all. It’s cracking, high octane fast paced, thrilling, brutal and more.
After dashing my way through the third installment of C.F. Barrington’s Pantheon series, a set of dystopian war thrillers set in and around Edinburgh, I was thrilled to be given an ARC of the final episode of his dystopian war thriller, The Bone Fields, by NetGalley. All my favorite heroes and villains return, some in very surprising situations, which only added to my enjoyment. There were so many storylines at play in this entire series that the outcome of this volume was far from conclusive: many secondary characters rose to prominence, and several prominent characters lost their way to greed, anger or evil, brought low as their Palatinates battled for survival.
In this installment, the battles rage hotter, betrayals cut deeper, and secrets loom larger than in any other, and I found myself holding my breath over and over again, as unforeseen circumstances pushed Tyler, Lana, Oliver and their comrades farther and farther into untenable situations. All the battles will point toward a final standoff, and although several storylines play out exactly as I hoped they might, you’ll never see the final resolutions coming. The Bone Fields is a can’t-put-down push to the finish - block out an entire day (or night!) to enjoy this as it was meant!
A satisfying conclusion to a unique trilogy. I originally picked up this trilogy because of the interesting premise as I love books and media that put people in varying games (e.g. Hunger Games) and this one offered up something new and fresh. I loved the mix of modern day but with medieval/historical warfare concepts. I liked the setting and the characters which you grew to care about over the books.