This is the third and sadly the last book in Gemma Malley's Declaration trilogy.
I loved this book as much as loved the previous two books in this series, in my opinion Gemma Malley is a brilliant author. She can make her characters come to life on the pages, and make the reader feel exactly what the characters feel.
This book follows on from where we left Peter and Anna in The Resistance. They are now hidden away with their small family, working and living off the land. The first part of the book is a little slow paced, which is understandable when you realise there is a lot of information to take in at the beginning. As the book goes on however, and the reader is more aware of the main story and what is happening it does pick up the pace.
I do not want to ruin the ending of this series for anyone, but lets just say that the ending was completely unexpected and was a massive twist for the story. I really enjoyed the ending and believed that it brought the three book story to a final close.