The Toll - Neal Shusterman

The Toll

By Neal Shusterman

  • Release Date: 2019-11-05
  • Genre: Sci-Fi
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 402 Ratings)

Book Synopsis

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.

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Latest Impressions

  • The ending made me cry.

    By MaybeIllPlayThis
    This book, this series is beautiful. The ending of this book had me happy crying, and I still am. It was so heartfelt, and I really think that everyone should always read a really good book like this. I feel, that even though I wished they kissed at the end, it was quite, the perfect, most glorious, tender ending ❤️❤️❤️
  • I want more

    By bookworm2317
    I LOVE this series! I LOVE this book!!! I am so exited for Neal to make another one! This book was the highlight to my new quarantine life!!!
  • Phenomenal ending to a phenomenal trilogy!

    By Scythe Leonardo
    Neal Shusterman delivers one of the best trilogies in years with the Arc of a Scythe. He makes us question morals, humanity, life, death, and relationships and how we as humans fit in the world. He creates a beautiful world and an incredible, riveting story. The characters are amazing and the story fits together like a puzzle that pleases and baffles the read. 10/10 must read
  • The second half is a disaster

    By Kindle3Lolo
    The first half of the book was great! Lots of excellent storylines going in interesting ways with lots of cliffhangers. Then it turned into what the heck is going on. Way too much was happening all at once. The ending was so much softer and boring. All of the spunky characters amounted to nothing. The end amounted to so little that it took away from the other two books.
  • Meh

    By Sunshine 9865
    I love the first two books. Don’t get me wrong. It’s just that I felt like Neal was kind of distracted while writing the end of the book. Like you think that Citra is going to start a revolution, and then she runs away. Like, that’s not really part of her lifestyle. I’m felt like it was cut off. I not sad or anything, just a tad bit disappointed.
  • Good End

    By JustAJellybean
    It’s been a bit since I finished reading the book, but I loved it.
  • The perfect bow of an amazing trilogy!

    By Book reviewie
    As the title say this is the perfect bow of one of the greatest trilogy’s made. It was a roller coaster of love and hate. This series is a must read for everyone who is able to read at this level. I never wanted it to end and that goes for all of the books in this trilogy. What a perfect ending for a perfect series!
  • 🥺( SPOILERS)

    By A super fan!
    The whole arc of a scythe series has got to be one of my favorite series. I can’t wait for the movie (btw it’s being produced by Universal). I cried at the end especially when Rowan made the decision to stay alive for 117 years and then turn a corner. I really wanted him to stay in the cold with Citra.. but that didn’t happen. I definitely cried at the end when Citra said “When was that” and Rowan said “Only a moment ago” .On the upside I was glad Rand put Tyger back together and finally got rid of Goddard. I was also pleased with the joke “Only idiots build walls” 😂. Overall it was an emotionally book. I’m still recovering from the pain and saddens me to think that I will never read from Citra or Rowans p.o.v again.
  • Unique and Captivating

    By breauxsoon
    A truly wonderful end with unpredictable turns throughout. I’ve loved this trilogy throughout, and Shusterman ends it eloquently. Thank you for this story!
  • 11/10

    By SuckInTheseBalls
    I saw other reviews complaining about gender fluidity being added to the third book, and i think that it made it a whole lot better. very different than what i expected, but i couldn’t be happier with the ending!