The Toll (Arc of a Scythe #3) (Hardcover)
In the highly anticipated finale to the New York Times bestselling trilogy, dictators, prophets, and tensions rise. In a world that’s conquered death, will humanity finally be torn asunder by the immortal beings it created?
Citra and Rowan have disappeared. Endura is gone. It seems like nothing stands between Scythe Goddard and absolute dominion over the world scythedom. With the silence of the Thunderhead and the reverberations of the Great Resonance still shaking the earth to its core, the question remains: Is there anyone left who can stop him?
The answer lies in the Tone, the Toll, and the Thunder.
About the Author
Neal Shusterman is the New York Times bestselling author of more than thirty award-winning books for children, teens, and adults, including the Unwind dystology, the Skinjacker trilogy, Downsiders, and Challenger Deep, which won the National Book Award. Scythe, the first book in his latest series, Arc of a Scythe, is a Michael L. Printz Honor Book. He also writes screenplays for motion pictures and television shows. Neal is the father of four, all of whom are talented writers and artists themselves. Visit Neal at StoryMan.com and Facebook.com/NealShusterman.
"A furiously paced finale that reaches for the stars."
— Kirkus Reviews
"Nothing else like it out there... Readers will want to be here to see how it ends."
* "Shusterman weaves together story lines of old and new characters to create an explosive series end... Fans of the first two books will be (and have been) clamoring for this finale. Get it to them as soon as possible."
— School Library Journal STARRED REVIEW
* "The stellar conclusion to Shusterman’s Arc of a Scythe trilogy is a gripping adventure that never stops building momentum."
— Publishers Weekly STARRED REVIEW
"A stunning and entirely satisfying ending... Breathless action sequences will appeal to readers more inclined toward an adrenaline rush, while thought-provoking interrogations of love, religion, humanity, and technology will intrigue fans of more contemplative dystopias."