Weapon Book Review

Weapon is the last book in the Whisper duology by Lynette Noni.


I already knew he was a psychopath. But now?

He’s more dangerous than ever.

And I have less than twenty-four hours to stop him.

After escaping Lengard and finding sanctuary with the Remnants, Alyssa Scott is desperate to save those she left behind — and the rest of the world — from the power-hungry scientist, Kendall Vanik. But secrets and lies block her at every turn, and soon Lyss is left questioning everything she has ever believed.

When long-lost memories begin to surface and the mysteries of her past continue to grow, Lyss battles to retain her hard-won control. Allies become enemies and enemies become allies, leaving her certain about only two things: when it comes to Speakers, nothing is ever as it seems . . . and the only person she can trust is herself.


Weapon continues on from where Whisper finishes and builds upon as well as answers the many questions that appeared from Whisper.

The development of characters are fantastic and I really loved her friendship with Cami as well as her relationship with the Remnants. Noni does an amazing job, building her characters so that you form connections with them.

I couldn’t put this book down as there was many twists as people who I thought were friends turned out to be enemies and enemies were actually friends.

This book deals with multiple themes but the ones that stand out to me is power and family. There are characters in this book who want more power and those who see their gifts as something to help others. Noni highlights both sides of the coin perfectly as well as the importance of family. Family can be a blessing but the loss of family is a curse and in Weapon we see how far characters will go in their search for revenge for loss of family.

I would definitely recommend this book for people who enjoyed the Medoran Chronicles by Lynette Noni and the Obernewtyn Chronicles by Isobelle Carmody.

4.5/5 stars

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