Reviews for Endless Knight

Booklist Reviews 2013 December #1
Death and the Empress have tangled in many past games (or lives), but this time Death is determined not to succumb to her charms, while Evie can't forget her hopes of building a game-ending alliance and her love for a mortal man. Most of the book focuses on Evie's action-packed attempts to find a way out of the life-and-death arcana game, but it transitions suddenly and without warning into a spicy romance novel for the last third, and the sudden turn of the plot may thwart readers looking for more of one thing or the other. Fans of Poison Princess (2012), however, will still dig it, and a juicy cliff-hanger ending will amp up their appetites for further tarot-based adventures. Copyright 2013 Booklist Reviews.

Horn Book Guide Reviews 2014 Spring
This second installment picks up with the world still having ended, teens who were fated to be representations of tarot cards still gathering to slaughter one another, and Evie still unsure what to do about her romantic life, especially now that sexy Death has complicated things further. Too many elements and occasionally overwrought love scenes compete with a genuinely clever concept.