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Greta and the Lost Army (Mylena Chronicles) by [Jacobs, Chloe]
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A fate as unavoidable as love itself...

After spending the last four years trapped in a place of monsters, demons, and magick, the last thing the fierce teenage bounty hunter Greta expected was to ever be back on Earth. But a rare opportunity gives her and the Goblin King Isaac the opportunity to do just that. Now she’s home. With a boy in tow. And her parents have lots of questions.

Although Greta finally has her heart’s deepest wish—to see her family again—every step she takes to reconnect with them drives her further away from Isaac. Greta and Isaac planned for her to return to Mylena and become his queen, but she’s not sure if she can go back to that harsh world, though staying on Earth means giving up the boy she loves.

But a powerful enemy refuses to let Greta escape. A demon who will stop at nothing to destroy her and everything she loves. Even if it means following her to Earth and forcing her to face a fate as unavoidable as love itself.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1371 KB
  • Print Length: 291 pages
  • Publisher: Entangled: Teen (Feb. 1 2016)
  • Sold by: Macmillan CA
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01AGGG4Q6
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0x9f4a8dd4) out of 5 stars 21 reviews
HASH(0x9f6f2a38) out of 5 stars ... and the Lost Army” by Chloe Jacobs was the best one yet April 7 2016
By love2dazzle - Published on
Format: Paperback
“Greta and the Lost Army” by Chloe Jacobs was the best one yet! This was a great conclusion to the series. Greta as always is a fantastic heroine. She has had an amazing story since the beginning of the book. Greta goes to every length she can no matter how extreme the circumstances for those that she loves. Greta doesn’t give up and I love that about her. This whole series and been about Greta growing and becoming stronger.

Jacobs is an amazing world builder. I think she has done a great job with these novels and the world building. Mylena comes to life for the reader. Jacobs makes this world so easy for the reader to visualize. She does a great job of creating two worlds that fit together.

The first part of this story is about Greta trying to adapt to the human world again. She has lived away from the human world for four years and now she has to go back to human life. She gives her parents a half-truth story that way they won’t check her into a psychology center. Greta struggles on whether she wants to go back to Mylena or if she wants to stay in her human world.

These characters are great. I already mentioned how much I adore Greta. Isaac has become this guy that we all love. I think Jacobs did a great job with Isaac. She has created a wonderful book boyfriend. This is my favorite line:

Isaac stopped her at the bottom of the stairs with a crooked smile. "I would wish you sweet dreams, but how can they be memorable if I won't be in them?"

Who couldn’t love Isaac?

Of course these characters that we love end up going back to Mylena in order to deal with Agramon. That is where there is a great battle. I don’t think anyone will be disappointed with this series. It moves like crazy. The story is fast pace and easy to get lost in. This was an amazing conclusion to this trilogy.
HASH(0x9f6f2a8c) out of 5 stars thoughts on greta and the lost army Feb. 6 2016
By hello-booklover - Published on
Format: Paperback
Received in exchange for a honest review.

Love love love Isaac. Wyatt wasn’t bad either but Isaac stole me from the first book.

In this book we have the showdown. Agramon vs. Greta and Isaac. here we see so much growth to all the characters.

Greta still has doubts about her relationship with Isaac and where she belongs. but over time she learns who she is and what she wants. Isaac goes from being a king in title to being a true King heart, mind and attitude. We always knew he loved his people and Greta but in this book we see him as the person he is in all aspects. We see his love and determination. Kindness and patience. but also we see his strength and intelligence. He fights for everything he believes in. He fought for Greta even when she thought he didn’t. He fought for Sionna even after she betrayed him. He forgave and moved on. Showed understanding and compassion for everyone. He was a true king and became one in this book.

this is the story of Greta, Isaac and Sionna finding their way. Learning how to live in the human world and discovering who they are. Finding the strength to become stronger and adults. To support one anothre and love each other. This is the story of their fight to save Mylena. The battle to free the people and take back the land. To unite all the different races and get rid of the fear and prejudice. This is the story of finding love, determination, growth and yourself. For Sionna she found Wyatt and that she belonged where she was. That she had acceptance already and that no matter what Isaac would be there. She found her path and grew to be a more understanding person. For Wyatt he found love and where he was meant to be as did Greta. Greta path was more difficult. She needed to see that Isaac’s love wasn’t blinding or one to run from but embrace. She learned where she belonged and found strength and courage through the love and support Isaac gave her. She saw that her family would love her no matter what. She learned to be strong and that it didn’t matter what people thought they deserved to be free and so did she.

This was well written full of danger and love. You felt the emotions of Isaac and how he loved his people and Greta. You saw his sacrifices for love and how he grew to be king. The writing drew you in but the characters and what they were going through kept you enthralled. This is the story of how Greta and Isaac became king and queen and found freedom for Mylena. How their love and acceptance of everyone freed others and gave them strength to fight for themselves and a free Mylena.
HASH(0x9f6f2f24) out of 5 stars Greta and the Lost Army by Chloe Jacobs Feb. 5 2016
By Deb@Debbie's Book Bag - Published on
Format: Paperback
Chloe Jacobs brings readers the conclusion to a great series with the last book in the Mylena Chronicles, Greta and the Lost Army. This series is a combination of paranormal teen fiction with a touch of science fiction and fantasy thrown in. Greta is a strong, young heroine who is faced with a choice of returning to her family on Earth or staying with the boy she loves in a world where danger is around every corner. Readers who like a plethora of paranormal character from goblins to witches, fairies and gnomes, will find this one right up their alley.

What I liked:

With any title that is remotely paranormal or science fiction related the world building has to be spot on. The author has to be able to create a world or a mythology that speaks to the reader. I think this especially important with teen fiction, because if you screw it up, they aren't afraid to let you know it. The world that Chloe Jacobs has created for the Mylena Chronicles is vivid and somewhat dark. There are both monsters and villains and an air of urgency. The world of the Goblin King is no fairy tale place and Jacobs does a fantastic job with description and attention to detail. You would have to be strong to live in a place like and Greta is certainly that.

Greta has been a great heroine for this series. She is strong and hard headed. Her independence is everything to her and she knows how to handle herself in a dangerous situation. But in her heart, she is still just a young girl, in love with a boy, who misses her family and an easier way of life. I was glad that the author gave Greta a choice in what her life would be. This book is a lot about love but it's also about trust and faith and knowing where you belong. A coming of age story in the guise of adventure tale if ask me! Well done...

Isaac as usual, was my favorite character. Just the lines of dialogue that Jacobs gives him is enough to make readers swoon. He is so eloquent and poised. He reminds me somewhat of Ash from the Iron Fey series. He understands Greta. He gets her and that's so important in any relationship. I love these two together. There is no push and pull with their relationship. There is a lot of mutual respect and understanding of each other abilities and quirks, good and bad. Just a great relationship for a teen novel.

Since this was the conclusion of the series, I was expecting a lot of unanswered questions to be settled and I was really happy that the author didn't leave too much to chance. But she did leave an opening for more stories from the Mylena world, whether they be short stories or even a novella or two. Don't think I could ever get too much Isaac, what a great leading boy/man.

What I didn't like:

There were moments of predictability in this one, but they were not overwhelming. I thought there could have been a little more depth in a couple of the side relationships and I was not completely sold on the reaction of Greta's parents to her return after so long. I mean the reunion was nice, but needed a bit more realism. If your daughter was missing and showed up with a lover in tow, who happened to be a Goblin King... that might be a little hard to swallow... LOL!

Bottom Line:

This was great series. I'm sad that it's over but have hope we will still hear from these characters again at some point. Greta and Isaac got the ending I was hoping for and Mylena is still the same place it's always been. There were tons of paranormal characters which can be confusing in some books but not in this one and there was a lot of soul searching and a ton of action... Did I mention the bad guy was phenomenal? Probably had a great demonic laugh going on. A very good conclusion to a great series. Greta and Lost Army may be a teen book, but most of the adults I know would love it!
HASH(0x9f60e378) out of 5 stars Fans of the Labyrinth should totally check out this series! I loved it! Feb. 2 2016
By Linda Townsend - Published on
Format: Paperback
Isaac stopped her at the bottom of the stairs with a crooked smile. "I would wish you sweet dreams, but how can they be memorable if I won't be in them?"

GRETA AND THE LOST ARMY by Chloe Jacobs is the awesome conclusion to the author's Mylena Chronicles, an epic New Adult (NA) urban fantasy trilogy. It is set in parallel universes - Earth's and Mylena's. I was originally drawn to this series because I'm a fan of David Bowie's portrayal of the goblin king in Labyrinth. I'm sad because this book marks the end of this series, but happy to report that it totally rocks! The ending was pure perfection! It left me laughing, swooning, and wiping away a few happy tears.

Be forewarned that this series should be read in order to be fully enjoyed. This installment grabbed me from the very beginning. The included prologue was wonderful as it catapulted me back into the world of Mylena quickly refreshing my memory as to what had previously occurred.

This installment picked up right where the second book had left us with Greta about to knock on the door of her childhood home after having been missing for years. I found the first half's pacing to be a bit slow, but it was integral to the story and it more than compensated emotionally as Greta and her family experienced a heartfelt reunion. If you crave danger and excitement, the story's second half was explosive with non-stop, fast-paced, thrilling action that kept me biting my nails with bated breath for what was coming next.

Following please find a few of my favorite quotes:

"I am the goblin king," he said with a shrug. "Tell your people this and demand that they help us find the portal back to Mylena."
Wyatt started to laugh like a frickin' hyena, which made Greta groan again.
"We're three people against a crazed faerie queen merged with a demon who controls an army of gnomes. What could happen?"
"If everything was easy, we'd never know for sure when we've achieved greatness."

If you are a fan of David Bowie's performance in The Labyrinth, this series should be a must-read. You will love it! The storyline is imaginative, the characters are inspiring and the characters' individual struggles are dramatic and breathtaking. The fantasy world of Mylena is imaginatively incredible as the author paints each scene with a life-like touch. In addition to our swoon-worthy goblin king hero and our fiery spitfire human heroine, there are goblins, witches, demons, gnomes, sprites, fairies, and more! If you haven't delved into this series yet, and you enjoy wonderfully entertaining epic fantasies featuring young, tough, uplifting, adventurous heroes, you totally should pick it up. Your timing for starting the series is perfect now that the whole series is available and there are no cliffhanger ending worries.

My full review will be published at Reading Between The Wines Book Club. Please check it out there!

4 1/2 Wine Glasses!!!!
HASH(0x9f60e498) out of 5 stars Such a great series Feb. 2 2016
By Jen S - Published on
Format: Paperback
I was so excited to read Greta and the Lost Army. I had been missing my Goblin family of Mylena. Most of all of course Isaac.

One of the things that I had like so much about the first book was that Greta and Isaac relationship was already established. This made the the prologue of the Lost Army even sweeter as it’s a flashback to Greta and Isaac actual first meeting. I couldn’t help but smile while reading it. You know how far they have come but this is where it began. Such a great touch.

We start where we left off and that’s Greta, Isaac, the boys and Siona find themselves in the human world. Obviously there isn’t fighting, the same way there is when they are Mylena. I liked that Greta’s parents didn’t become just background noise of a life she once knew. We are actually able to find some closure and she also has options. The boys are able to find their families and reconnect. I loved that this was worked into the story. It might have not been the most action filled part of the book but it was definitely important.

Greta of course is still the first heroine we know her as. She’s learned to fight so much on her own that she has to learn to trust Isaac as her companion. She loves him of course but she has this independence that can almost be too much at time. We really see her grow into her role.

Oh Isaac. I love him no matter what he does. He is such a great support system for Greta and such a strong king. Swoon.

I love Greta and Siona’s friendship. They have to work through some issues with book two. Well a really big issue but I love how they are the friends that last. They could probably not talk for a while and still be there for each other instantly. It’s always great to see a bond like this, especially one that has importance.

I was excited to read this final installment but also sad to say goodbye. Maybe there can be some spin-off stories. Maybe even short ones, maybe a Siona one. You know just suggesting. the world is dark and vivid, the pacing well done and I enjoy Chloe Jacobs writing. I really recommend this series, especially if you love swoony Goblin Kings, strong heroines and adventure.