The Hummingbird review by nictaf
The Hummingbird (Order of the Bell) (Volume 3)
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Adventure
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Age at time of review - 15
Reviewer's Location - Kingman, AZ, United States
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The Hummingbird is a book following the ongoing adventures of Crescenzo, his friends, and their fight against Queen Avoria. Avoria was the former queen of Florindale but was corrupted by a bite from the snake, Ka. She now craves the souls of other people and desires to take over all the worlds. Crescenzo had been able to slow Avoria's progress by helping take back Wonderland from her rule in the past. Now, Queen Avoria is stronger than ever; no one knows how they'll ever stop her.

Having regained her soul, Snow White is now the number one person on Avoria's list. Her soul is basically the only thing keeping the Queen from ruling the worlds. Crescenzo and his friends must find a way to defeat Avoria, while also keeping Snow safe so that Avoria can't recapture her soul and take over the worlds.

Will Crescenzo ever stop Queen Avoria? Is it even possible to stop her? Find out in this epic conclusion to the Order of the Bell trilogy.


Jacob Devlin really outdid himself this time. This book was everything I hoped for as the final book in the series. This wonderful story really kept me on my toes! The story kept twisting and turning, so I didn't know what to expect. It seemed like in every chapter, something completely new and unexpected happened. This book is just absolutely filled with adventure and action, along with just that subtle flare (which I love about Jacob Devlin's book).

I love that every character was treated like the main character. Some books kind of put the characters on the "back burner" when it comes to developing them. This book wasn't like any of those books. I just love this series, and I cannot wait to see what Jacob Devlin comes up with for his next series! It might be fun to read a prequel to this series, like everything that happened before Avoria was evil, maybe following the Carver or even Avoria herself. I would recommend this book for ages 12 and up because there is some death.

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Content rating - some mature content

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There was some death in this book.



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