"The stellar ending offers both finality and a lingering unease. A smashing conclusion to a grim, disquieting, and memorable trilogy." – Kirkus Reviews.
Karl Morgan overhears two men arguing in a supermarket. He can’t see their faces or hear their words, but the rasping intensity of their voices turns his blood cold.
Meanwhile, Elijah Wellsford is shocked when his parents send him to an elite boarding school on the outskirts of St. Louis. He soon discovers there’s something terribly wrong at the school. Sinister strangers who wander the grounds, students who look eerily alike, a curriculum obsessed with bloody European history - they are all mysteriously connected.
As Karl and Elijah’s nightmarish paths converge, they learn a talismanic woman from their past holds the key to their survival. But luring her home might be exactly what their enemies are hoping for.
THE EUROPEAN SCHOOL's twisting plot is true to historical events, saving its biggest surprise until the very end. A jaw-dropping final volume in Field’s The Many series.
"Field’s prose is keen but understated, tangibly describing perpetual dread...the stellar ending offers both finality and a lingering unease...a smashing conclusion to a grim, disquieting, and memorable trilogy about a shadowy group." - Kirkus Reviews