- Age Range: 12 - 17 years
- Grade Level: 7 and up
- Lexile Measure: 760 (What's this?)
- Series: CONSPIRACY OF US (Book 2)
- Hardcover: 320 pages
- Publisher: G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers (March 8, 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0399166513
- ISBN-13: 978-0399166518
- Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 1.1 x 8.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #420,218 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Map of Fates (CONSPIRACY OF US) Hardcover – March 8, 2016
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"Map Of Fates is a fusion of familiar romance, fantasy, and adventure tropes."--VOYA
Praise for The Conspiracy of Us:
“A Da Vinci Code-style thriller for teens? Yes please.”—TeenVogue.com
“An intense page turner filled with intrigue, lush settings and a dash of romance. This is a one-sitting read.”—Hypable.com
“This is such a fun, wild read. . . . I recommend this for anyone looking for adventure, spice, forbidden romance and very powerful families who rule behind the scenes. Oh, and conspiracies, lots and lots of conspiracies.”—USAToday.com
“A cinematic, puzzle-solving action-adventure that . . . will appeal to those who want puzzles and action mixed with their fashion and romance.”—Kirkus Reviews
“Hall’s worldbuilding is as enthralling as the best fantasy sagas, even though it is a world within our own. Her characters are captivating, again cleverly mixing believability with the outrageous demands of her conspiracy. The puzzle and mystery of her plot will draw readers in . . . This is a fun, fast read.” —VOYA
“This fine mix of adventure and romance will easily pull readers into a world of just-believable-enough conspiracy theories, while a cliff-hanger ending will leave them eagerly awaiting the next installment of the adventure.”—Booklist
“Thrilling and addictive, Hall’s debut is a knockout! . . . This is an outstanding novel by an impressive author to watch.”—RT Book Reviews
“Hall sweeps readers into a world of conspiracies, puzzles, and mystery from the first page, and provides a likable and intelligent narrator in Avery. Perfect for fans of Rick Riordan’s The Red Pyramid, Ally Carter’s Gallagher Girls series, and Michael Scott’s The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel.”—School Library Journal
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About the Author
Maggie Hall indulges her obsession with distant lands and far-flung adventures as often as she can. She has played with baby tigers in Thailand, learned to make homemade pasta in Italy, and taken thousands of miles of trains through the vibrant countryside of India. In her past life, she was a bookstore events coordinator and marketing manager, and when she's not on the other side of the world, she lives with her husband and their cats in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she watches USC football, dabbles in graphic design, and blogs about young adult literature for YA Misfits.
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Top Customer Reviews
Oh my heart is filled with joy after reading this book.
I picked up this series on a whim. I had no idea that I would love this book and the series while reading Map of Fates.
This book picks up just about where the last one left off with Avery and Jack searching for clues to unlock the bracelet. In doing this I got all the things I loved in the first book action, history, romance, slight comedy, and betrayal.
The story got way more complex and we get a closer look at the Saxon family and other families who are a part of The Circle. I loved this because I got more information about The Circle. I must give Maggie Hall mad props because there was the best twist ever and I had absolutely no clue. No clue people. It completely messed with my brain.
I didn't think it was possible but I fell even more in love with Stellan. How is that even possible? I just want Avery and stellan together because the undeniable attraction and lets face it lust is driving me crazy and I screamed kiss already. I found myself loving Jack less in this book because he was overbearing and overprotective of Avery. The poor girl needed room to breathe and make decisions on her own. I think he has good intentions but it was a turn off. I also liked that Colette and Elody(??), and even Luke had bigger parts in this book. No details, but I love them all for different reasons and they add to the story. They had each others back.
The only think I cannot get over is my disdain for Avery. I think that she is very childish, she definitely acts like a little kid. She also had nerve to judge others for their actions when her own drive to save her mom had its deadly costs as well. It was satisfying when she got called out on it. The one thing I had a challenging time with was the fact that Avery was too nice when she is immersed in a world that is cutthroat. I think in the next book she is going to toughen up and grow.
I urge you to continue the series and read this book. Its so good. Even better than the first book. You get all the great things in the first book and more. So many twists, action, and adventure.
Map of Fates picks up where The Conspiracy of Us left off. Avery has figured out what she is supposed to be destined for and how she fits into the Circle but she isn’t prepared to just do whatever her family wants her to. I loved that at this point she is still growing into her new role and we get to see her change over the course of this book (even more so than she did in book one). As she learns who she can trust and who she can’t she isn’t someone who will just take things at face value by the end of this book and unfortunately it is because she has been burned over and over by these people.
As Avery jumps around the world with Jack, Stellan, and the rest of the crew, she is looking to solve the bigger mystery not only to save her mother but to also protect herself. What I loved about what Hall did with this book was that she took us around the world right with Avery. We got to run through museums and hang out on a boat in Cannes right alongside her. I thought Hall did a fantastic job of creating the environment around her so that it felt like I was there too.
I admit, I am officially in the Jack camp and I was absolutely waiting for the shoe to drop throughout this entire book. There is no question here that Avery has feelings for both guys (at least no question to me) and it was pretty obvious that things were not going to be as easy for Avery in the relationship department as I was hoping.
Regarding secondary characters – I thought bringing Avery’s family into the mix the way she did was great. I know that is vague…sorry, not sorry. I don’t want to give anything away around the “family” dynamics here. Just know that while Avery is traveling around to meet all these Circle heirs, she is not out of danger.
This was a great book two and the story definitely moved forward. It was great to dive into this series and read books one and two back to back because I rarely get the opportunity to read series books back to back. It was a nice change of pace to not have to wait for the next book but now…I have to wait for book three. Oh well – I can have a bit of patience.
If you are looking for a book that will take you on a wild ride and have you on the edge of your seat trying to figure out what is going to happen next, definitely consider checking this one out. I enjoyed it (both books actually) and am definitely looking forward to the next book.
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