Tarot card characters come to life. . .

From the Grave


Kresley Cole’s New York Times bestselling Arcana Chronicles series comes to a spectacular and fiery conclusion in this final installment.

When even the gods hold their breath . . .
To defeat the Emperor and Fortune, Evie, the great Empress of Arcana, must repair her bond with Death, despite the earth-shattering developments between them.

And danger lurks in every shadow . . .
Their allies—a sea witch, a band of roving warriors, and more than a couple of rogues—overcome terrifying obstacles to help them. But when Jack makes a shocking discovery, the fallout threatens to tear their alliance apart.

One girl could deliver salvation—or doom.
If the Empress and her friends can remain united, will their powers be enough to defeat a catastrophic curse on the world, or will hellfire reign forever? The end looms for us all until the best hand wins. . . .

Somehow, this book is bigger than the conclusion of the series – it was sad, it was joyful, it made me think once, twice, and a third time, and unsurprisingly it made me cry. —Goodreads

I was completely shocked and in awe of how she planned the whole series! Someone mentioned that it felt right and it DID. It completed felt right! The action, the danger, the love, the roller coaster of emotions! It was worth the wait! —Goodreads

If I could rate this book, and subsequently this entire series, with every single star in the firmament, it still wouldn’t be enough. From the Grave was everything I could have ever wanted. It was the perfect conclusion to this series. —BookDragonTee

This is without a doubt Kresley Cole’s best book to date. The writing, the story, the characters, the emotion – I have no notes or complaints. She’s essentially clawed her way into my chest, torn my heart asunder, somehow stitched it back together, and left it refashioned in a way that leaves me feeling strangely renewed. —Goodreads

It felt right. If I had to sum my feelings about this book into a single line, it’s that one. Shocking, heartbreaking, emotional, everything but it always felt right. —Goodreads

This book was everything it needed to be. The character growth each and every person in this book had was absolutely amazing. —Goodreads

From the Grave is full of both Kresley’s quick-witted humor and heart-breakingly emotional scenes, some of which had me ugly crying and struggling to read on. Kresley Cole has put her heart and soul into giving this series the ending it deserves. —Goodreads

From the Grave could be taught as a class called How To Keep The Readers On The Edge Of Their Seats. We know Kresley Cole is an incredibly talented author, but it’s like her craft and skill are basically just showing off throughout the whole book. —KissAndLetMeTellYou