The epic conclusion to Ann Aguirre's USA Today bestselling trilogy.
The horde is coming.
Salvation is surrounded, monsters at the gates, and this time, they're not going away. When Deuce, Fade, Stalker and Tegan set out, the odds are against them. But the odds have been stacked against Deuce from the moment she was born. She might not be a Huntress anymore, but she doesn't run. With her knives in hand and her companions at her side, she will not falter, whether fighting for her life or Fade's love.
Ahead, the battle of a lifetime awaits. Freaks are everywhere, attacking settlements, setting up scouts, perimeters, and patrols. There hasn't been a war like this in centuries, and humans have forgotten how to stand and fight. Unless Deuce can lead them.
This time, however, more than the fate of a single enclave or outpost hangs in the balance. This time, Deuce carries the banner for the survival of all humanity.
From Booklist: To survive the newly cunning Freak horde in this concluding volume of the Razorland Trilogy (after Outpost, 2012). Deuce grows from fierce warrior to inspiring leader as she travels between settlements, recruiting fighters to join her war band. Though Fade is still traumatized from his time in captivity, Stalker is cold after Deuce’s rejection, and Tegan is more healer than hunter, they are with her until the end. Deuce’s Company D harries the enemy, but an overture from an evolved, self-aware tribe of Freaks changes everything. This is a suspenseful, romantic, and deeply satisfying finale, with heartbreak and happiness in equal measure. Aguirre’s fans will be pleased. Grades 9-12. --Krista Hutley “[Enclave] is a young adult dystopian novel and has been compared to the hit series The Hunger Games. To say we're excited is a major understatement…” ―ElleGirl.com “In her first young adult novel, Aguirre (the Sirantha Jax series) has created a gritty and highly competent heroine, an equally deadly sidekick/love interest, and a fascinating if unpleasant civilization. This series is likely to hold considerable appeal for fans of The Hunger Games.” ―Publishers Weekly
October 29, 2013