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Twelve (MORE Trilogy Book 3) by [Franklin, T.M.]
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Ava Michaels is gifted, powerful, and—whether she likes it or not—part of a plot to take over the world.

It’s only been a few months since Ava Michaels discovered she has ties to an ancient people living in the shadows of the human world despite their superior gifts and abilities. A select few don’t like hiding, however, and think it’s time to take control.
Now Ava’s caught up in a conspiracy in the works before she was even born. In fact, her birth was an integral part of the plan. She’s one of the Twelve, the most powerful Race ever created, and they were created for a purpose.

Ava, however, doesn’t like being told what to do.

All she wants is to start a new life with Caleb Foster, the Protector who once put his own life at risk to save hers. Before they can even think about that, however, they need to figure out exactly what the Twelve and their power-hungry leader are up to—and find a way to stop them.

Along the way, they’ll have to forge alliances with former enemies, seek out powerful new friends, and infiltrate the heavily fortified enemy stronghold in an attempt to get some answers. In the end, Ava must decide if her destiny lies in her DNA or in her conscience. If she can turn her back on what she was born to do and do what is right. If she will save the ones she loves or save the world.

Or if her ties to the Twelve mean she has no choice at all.

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  • Publisher: The Writer's Coffee Shop (Oct. 9 2014)
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  • Language: English
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa69689b4) out of 5 stars Loved Loved Loved This Book Nov. 4 2014
By kayla - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
God, what to say about this book? The real problem is that there is just so much I want to share. I started reading the More series when I got invited to help host a book blitz for More. The synopsis sounded amazing, so after doing the blitz I got my copy and started reading. By the time I finished a few days later I was begging for more haha. I loved how this series was different from most. As an avid paranormal reader even I can admit that if I have to read one more book about sparkling bloodsuckers I might claw my eyeballs out. Not that those books are bad, I'm just extremely done with that whole mess. They have been beaten and buried over the past few years, and finding something new and different is always a welcome surprise.

The best way I can think to explain this book is X-Men meets teen romance. Well I love me some superheros so I guess that was a very appealing aspect to these books, T.M. also has an amazing way of pulling you into her books. Even as the last words of Twelve were read all I could think was "I really hope there will be a spin off, I really hope there will be a spin off. Or even a novella. Something!! Please!!!!!!"

I really liked the characters in this series. They showed great growth as the books progressed, and some really had a way of surprising me when it was all said and done. It was developmentally great and done in a beautiful way.

In Twelve we're thrown into the middle of Ava discovering her new siblings, and the odd connection they all share. The people we put on our "good" vs. "bad" teams through books 1 and 2 are changing fast. The problem is no longer Half breed and Race, but about survival of everyone if the ultimate bad guy wins. To prevent this new lines will be drawn and i think ya'll will b e pleasantly surprised to see who chooses what. Secrecy is no longer the biggest problem anyone is facing, but a world that is in danger of a complete psycho. Oh did I tell you? Said psycho just happens to be Eva's biological dad. Talk about father daughter issues.
While Eva and the hunky Caleb fight to save the world they must also fight to save their relationship. Oh the life of a paranormal teen just trying to get through the mad world of dating, secrets, killer siblings, daddy issues, divorce... Oh wait I think this might be getting a lot more complicated then expected hehe

One thing I really enjoyed in this book was the amount of new faces T.M. introduced. We finally get to meet the illusive Twelve in their entirety, and I think you all will grow to either love or hate each of them. We also get reintroduced to some of the Race and Guardians we met in previous books, and get to understand them a bit better. Adding new characters can always be a challenge because readers get attached. When changing a dynamic it can threaten that attachment. In this case though the addition was a great success. Even in the short time you get to acclimate to everyone T.M. was able to develop everyone so you feel as if they had been there the whole time. I found myself really involved with Isaiah and Sophie in particular. The 2, though smallish parts, add to the stories depth in the best way possible, and I really found myself wanting to see how they would develop.

I know I also said that things are getting dicey between Eva and Caleb's relationship, but let me just tell you. I am all for team Ava/Caleb. Though they go through some pretty significant trust issues and the secrets start multiplying they still are by far one of my favorite book couples. The dynamic the 2 share is amazing, and their bond leaves me all tingly inside. Haha. And I am not just talking the magical mystical bond they share either. Over all 3 books we get to see how they complete each other. Where one fails the other is there to catch and support, and I love love love that. Isn't that really what we all want anyways? A tried and true relationship that offers that give and take. I feel T.M. did a stunning job making the 2 relatable in the best way.

The best part of the whole dang series? The funny little friend triangle between Eva, Caleb, and Tiernen. I love the dynamic between the 3. And lets face it, way back at the beginning of More I'm pretty sure we all wanted to throw Tiernen in a deep dark hole somewhere. And now... well he has grown to be my favorite character and I want to just hug him senseless. The quick sarcastic whit between him, Caleb, and Eva just makes me stupidly happy. It adds so much charm to the story and has a way of breaking up some of the more intense moments in the book. The way the 3 can dish it out and the other 2 can give it right back cracks me up, plus the 3 make a great team. Where one struggles the others are there to provide support, they play off each others strengths and weaknesses. It was really a great idea to change the original dynamic these 3 shared.

I have to say that overall I really am sad though. Sad to see the series end. I really feel in love with these characters and the world they live in. And personally there were some very pressing unanswered questions (Nothing that will leave you asking what the end of the story was, but more like what happened to the characters after "the end") Things that you can easily infer will happen, but sill want to see. This book definitely threw out the surprises, and I felt myself feeling very unhappy that the page numbers were dwindling down so quick. Which I guess is what an author wants to hear right?

I say to T.M. Franklin a job well done, and I can't wait to see what you have in store for us next.

*****I give Twelve 5 stars*****
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HASH(0xa6968a08) out of 5 stars Phenomenal writing and a very well deserved 5 stars Oct. 28 2014
By LilyGreenEyes - Published on
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Well honestly, I’m running out of positive things to say about these books without repeating myself multiple times. This is, without a doubt, one of the best series I have ever had the privilege of reading.

As with the other books, the transition is seamless from one book too the next. The skill of Ms Franklin in telling her tale is absolutely sublime and makes reading an absolute pleasure.

This, the third installment of the series, has phenomenal pace and passion throughout. It just oozes from the page in giant wonderfulness. The twists and turns from the very start of this story leave you with incredible whiplash as you try to figure out who’s who, who’s good and who’s playing a double role. I’ve rarely encountered a book which has you experiencing so many different emotions all at once, and it’s just excellent.

Be warned if you do read this, the last 20% is literally impossible to put down. Even though I was falling asleep and utterly exhausted, I honestly could not stop reading. I actually slapped myself to stay awake and pinched my cheeks to make myself wake up. I’m one of these grumpy guts if I don’t get sleep, so it’s very rare anything keeps me awake, but by jove this book did it (last one that managed that was Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows).

The revelations in this story came thick and fast, especially the final one (no spoilers here, but be prepared to pick your jaw up off the floor!) and I honestly did not want the story to end. In another first for a long while, I had an immense feeling of emptiness when I finished the book, and even now, several weeks after having finished it find myself missing Caleb and Ava. I need a spin off….. please? ;)

Simply put, this was absolutely stupendous writing from the very start of the series and Franklin definitely does her plot and characters justice with this final installment. I honestly cannot recommend this book highly enough, and the series as a whole are firmly wedged on my favourites list, even ousting other popular ones such as Potter and True Blood to the top spot. And yes, it’s 5 stars, but in all honesty, I’d gladly give as many as I could because quite frankly, this book deserves every star in the sky! Well done Ms Franklin, this is phenomenal writing and I doff my cap to your amazing skills!

*This book was first reviewed on Lily Loves Indie as part of a TWCS BLog Tour (ARC received in return for an honest review)*
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa6968e40) out of 5 stars The Epic Conclusion That I Was Looking For! Oct. 22 2014
By Lori - Published on
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I must admit that I have been anxiously awaiting the release of Twelve, the conclusion of the More trilogy, by T.M. Franklin, ever since I finished The Guardians last year. With Twelve, Franklin doesn’t disappoint, penning a gripping and page-turning conclusion to her young adult paranormal series!

Twelve picks up up a few months after the end of The Guardians, Ava and Caleb are searching for Ava’s newly discovered siblings, who make up the Twelve. The Twelve are genetically engineered siblings created by Elias Borré to be more powerful than an average member of the Race. Evil and a master manipulator, Borré controls and threatens his children into helping him with his plot to take over the Council, which makes him a character you just love to hate. True to her character throughout, Ava wants to protect those she loves, especially Caleb—her true love—which I have always adored about her. When threatened by Borré, Ava fully understands that he is trying to manipulate her. Thankfully, Ava is a feisty character and not one to do just as she’s told even if she is being threatened. One of the best aspects of Ava’s character is her ability to strategize, and I cheered when she uses that to brilliantly outwit Borré. Franklin does a wonderful job of balancing the characters we have grown to love throughout the series while introducing new characters to fall in love with too. Hand-in-hand with the characters we love, there is plenty of pulse-pounding action, leading up the dramatic showdown between the Twelve and Borré where lives will be lost, and Borré will get just what he deserves.

As with the first two books of this series, I was completely drawn into Franklin’s unique paranormal world and read Twelve in one sitting. Memorable characters, all major plot points accounted for, and a perfect ending for Ava and Caleb make Twelve the epic conclusion I was looking for! I definitely recommend the More trilogy to teens and adults alike.

I received an eBook copy of the book for the purpose of an honest review. I was not compensated for this review, and all conclusions are my own responsibility.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa541221c) out of 5 stars I am truly sad the series finished, but what a series! A must read for everyone!! Oct. 14 2014
By Credoroza - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I LOVED Twelve! It was the PERFECT ending to an AMAZING series.

Allow me a moment to rave about T.M. Franklin...

When More came out 2 years ago, I saw the reviews, the summary looked good, but I just never got around to it. I had read Windows, which was phenomenal, and then I read How to Get Ainsley Bishop to Fall in Love with You, loved it too. Then the cover reveal for Twelve came up and my curiosity was piqued once again and I remembered how much I liked the author's other stories I had read. So I thought, why not? Let me give this trilogy a whirl.

Well, if I was flexible enough to give myself a kick in the butt, I would. The More Trilogy turned out to be one of my favorite series of the year.

T.M. Franklin's ability to create a believable supernatural world was amazing. I believed her world, so much so I am still trying to figure out how to "shift". I am positive I can do it.

The characterizations were flawless. The writing was crisp, impeccable, and just led you along like the Pied Piper. Secondary characters drove the story and were just as developed and grew right along with Ava and Caleb. The scenes flowed and segued one right after the other. A true sense of color, texture, and palpable words on every page. I have not one criticism. I am truly in awe of her talent.

Her writing is pure magic.

As for the story.

The ending was just at it should be, I was extremely pleased, but don't let that fool you. Twelve was action packed from start to finish. I was on edge the entire read. With every answer I got, new ones were created.

Trepidation to the highest power because I just wasn't sure who to trust let alone what would happen next! So many twists and turns were occurring that I was just vibrating from excitement.

The entire concept on "the Twelve" and how they came to be was a huge wow factor. It answered sooooo many questions that I had right from the start of the series, including who is Ava.

All answers were given as well as all loose ends to the huge puzzle of the More Trilogy were perfectly tied up.

A breathless and satisfying finale to a truly amazing series!

I am truly sad the series finished, but what a series! A must read for everyone!!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5412300) out of 5 stars Solid ending to a solid trilogy Nov. 12 2014
By Risbee - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I have wanted to read this book for over a year now. Since the moment I finished the The Guardians, the second book in the trilogy.

I hate waiting. I really really hate waiting. But when the moment comes when you can finally get the rest of the story, you realize that the wait was worth it.

Ava and Caleb have quite a task in front of them. On a broader scale, they are out to bring the Guardians and the Council together for the good of their people. On a more personal scale, Ava is still continuing the process of figuring out who she is. Not only is she not human, she is more than just Race.

She is one of the twelve.

One of twelve children of Elias Borre, a man determined to bring the Race to power, whatever the cost. While Ava is quite determined to reject her biological father's wishes and plans, he does have one card up his sleeve that makes her choice to fight him a bit of a conundrum.

If she doesn't join him, won't end well.

Like the other two books in the series, Twelve had my attention from the beginning and I didn't want to put it down. It was fast-paced and exciting, new characters introduced and adventure at every turn, but without feeling frantic or like the author was trying to cram everything in before the end. It made sense and the pace just added to the excitement that culminated in a resolution that left me completely satisfied (and a little sad that it was time to say goodbye. Sigh. I hate goodbyes).

All in all, I found Twelve to be a solid ending to a solid series. I look forward to reading more from T. M. Franklin and she has a solid spot on my authors to watch list.