Book Review: The Fate of Ten by Pittacus Lore (Book 6 of Lorien Legacies)

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Genre: Fiction

Age Recommended: 14 and up

This series has finally gotten back on track. The order of events makes sense and I can finally figure out who’s narrating each chapter after reading the first paragraph. This book was definitely better than the last few in the series and it honestly could have replaced book five. The authors are still continuing their trend of churning out shorter books in order to keep the franchise going- I finished this book in practically the blink of an eye- but the story is getting better, so I can’t really complain much. I would definitely recommend continuing this series just to read this book.


John is still in New York City, where the Mogadorians have taken control of the borders and shut everything down, but Six and the others are at the Sanctuary, figuring out what to do now that Lorien has been released. The power of Lorien is sweeping through the Earth, passing on Legacies to normal humans and turning them into Gardes who can fight Mogadorians.

It seems like the Gardes, equipped with their new recruits, may be able to defeat the Mogadorias, but then Ella comes to John in a vision and warns him that Setrákus Ra is headed to the Sanctuary to kill Lorien’s energy. When John tells the others, they refuse to leave the Sanctuary and instead plan on trapping Setrákus Ra and killing him to end this war once and for all.

Will they succeed?

If you would like to read this book, you can purchase it here: The Fate of Ten (Lorien Legacies)

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