The world Beyond the Walls is the third book in the Natural Forces series by Jean Gill. It’s an original and creative YA fantasy adventure story. Included in this novel are elements of magic, action, drama and good vs evil. While this genre isn’t one i normally read, I did enjoy it. Gill weaves around the reader a spectacular tale that draws you in while
The World Beyond the Walls is the third book in Jean Gill’s Natural Forces series. The series juxtaposes the sterile and highly regulated Citadel with the wild and free Forest beyond – an enticing and thought-provoking fantasy setting.
It was great to catch up with familiar characters and meet some new ones as well – I particularly like Jeanette whose curiosity and determination get her into trouble and who knows the value of stories.
I really like how this series focuses on bees in the fantasy narrative. It’s very current, with concerns about bee populations dwindling, and also lends itself to an interesting perspective on society and loyalties.
This is the third book in the series, and I would definitely recommend starting at the beginning to enjoy the story in order. Gill does recap some important events of the earlier books so it makes sense on its own but the books are all so good you’ll want to read them all!
For me, this is a five-star read. I would recommend it to confident teen and young adult readers who enjoy fantasy and nature, particularly those involved in activism.
Mielitta Queen Of The Warrior Bees and Mage-Smith Kermon are back living in the Forest and the Citadel respectively, Kermon is trying to teach the children magecraft while also keeping his dual role as a spy between the two parties, as he is carrying out his plans for the transition test where the children go into the world beyond the walls, the children he is testing are also trying to push the boundaries set by their genders, but they don’t fully know why those boundaries are there, in fact, only two people know that at all and Mage-Smith Kermon is one of them.
When Mage Smith Kermon is disturbed in his forge with news that one of his students has gone into the world beyond the walls and not returned, he is frustrated and annoyed, but he is also worried because of the evil which lies within them, he sends the young student away and has to attend a Council meeting to request permission to do this, however as they took the time to listen to all the opposing viewpoints and make a decision which appeals to all, he finds out afterwards that the other student has gone ahead alone, so now he has to go after both of the students with another mage at his side to be his anchor.
Mage-Smith Kermon gathers the children who have spoken to the two missing students to find out any information about what they had gone into the wall to decide, based on the little he is able to gather, he has a starting point for when he takes his turn to enter the mysterious world, he takes the time to gather provisions and goes to the water gate to connect with Mielitta to inform her of the situation and what he is about to do, including that the student was possibly following the story of Mielitta, however, he speaks to someone unknown instead and they say that they will pass on the message to her, when the connection is cut off, Mage-Smith Kermon is surprised to find where he had thrown some boots containing seeds into the mud at the base of the gate, now there are plants forcing their way through to the Forest, with this new knowledge, he sets off to find his students. Meanwhile, Mielitta and her two friends are being woken up after a long winter hibernation, but the news they receive on awakening is not what they had hoped and it means they need to return to aid another of their friends and the bees who rely on them, in this Mielitta shifts from bee to human and back to help the bees and the humans to communicate while the others help her, while the one with the nature of a bear replenishes his reserves in the way he needs to, but while he is resting in the cave, he has a vision which leads to a way to get back into the Citadel to help Mage-Smith Kermon.
When they follow the vision, two of them can enter the walls, however, Mielitta is not able to, so she decides to find another way in which she can help, but is distracted by her heart and the hurt the walls just caused her, she is prompted by her bees to think of and return to the homestead, however, her steps lead her to the water gate instead and she goes in to help the others in bee form, but she has no idea of the danger leaving the Citadel and heading in the opposite direction to her.
Will the four friends be able to solve the mystery of Mielitta’s history, find and protect the missing students from the evil within the walls and come out of the other end unscathed, or will the duplicity within the Citadel lead to their demise? This is a thrilling final installment to the series and you will not be able to put the book down until it is finished and you know how it ends.
Reviewed by @roxsannel
I’ve read the other two books and was in love, this one was fantastic. I can’t say enough about Melitta’s story. You really do need to read these in order, so if you haven’t go start book 1! This one focuses a lot on the walls and everyone around her, which rounds out the stories very well. I love each character, even the bad ones. They play a great role and are important for each little situation that helps the greater plot. Some of my favorite characters is Verity, and I can’t get into details but she’s boss lol. Please read these in order, if you don’t, you won’t understand everything you need to. It’s fantastic and elegantly written.
Mielitta is now the Queen of the Warrior bees after the battle for the Forest and she and her bees are settling to their new life with two of her friends as the other settles back into life in the Citadel, meanwhile the Council are reporting what happened to the rest of those living within it, while also spinning it in the light of their victory and the fact that those they paint as traitors are still alive, as well as the noble sacrifice of their Chief Mage, what they don’t say is how he died Mage-Smith Kermon is adjusting to life back within the Citadel and he is missing it and his friends greatly, but he spends his first few days back creating the system he needs to connect with them again and while he is completing this task, he learns about the old transition test from childhood to adulthood as he does this.
When Mage-Smith Kermon successfully contacts Mielitta, he is feeling a barrage of emotions and finds it hard to concentrate on the words being said, even though there isn’t much to report this first time, so when a messenger announces that his presence has been requested at a meeting, they cut off the call and he agrees to contact them again when he has more news. Life in the forest continues as they learn the ways of the Forest and its inhabitants, they decide what tasks they need to complete first with guidance from the bees and go out to forage and hunt before finding somewhere they will feel safe as a home base, that is until Mielitta is summoned by her bees to help the hive, but when she arrives, she realises that it is her that needs the helps and so she experiences life as a worker bee to help her to recover from the battle. As the Council meet to replenish their numbers and choose those to replace the ones they lost, they have to adhere to the blood made in the Forest with Mielitta, even though they don’t necessarily agree with it, so they elect people who they feel will fit with the demands, yet still bend to their will, as well as how to commemorate the Chief Mage’s father with an award for going into the walls and helping Perfection to continue with what they find. After that has all been decided, the Chief Mage announces that Mage-Smith Kermon will devise the new transition test and that to do this, he will be going into the walls and at the same time, be the first recipient of the newly created award.
As their lives continue and they all adjust to their new roles, Mage-Smith Kermon enters the wall, but as well as finding the information needed for the new test, he also discovers the more malevolent side to them and when he returns to complete his reports, both for the Council and for Mielitta, something has changed, even though he cannot put his finger on what it is. Will Mage-Smith Kermon be able to continue his double life and still keep his sanity and loyalty intact, or will the web of lies, subterfuge and this mysterious malevolence destroy everything that he, Mielitta and the rest of their group have worked for? This is another journey of secrets, discovery and balance, which propels you along as the revelations come in thick and fast.
This is the 3rd book in the Natural Forces series and wow what a book. It grips you and drives you right into the action from the first page so you really need to read them in order to understand the story.
The main character is Mielitta the Queen of the warrior bees. With her future in the forest protecting her bees she seems content until things start to change.
Her man inside the Citadel Kermon is at risk for being exposed as the traitor he is. When two of his students go through the wall and get lost he has to find them but things aren’t that straight forward. With evil forces working within the walls could this be a mission no one can win.
Also when Mielitta’s husband and friend also disappear through the wall she ends up on her own quest to save them returning the the Citadel.
Can everyone make it out of this story alive? Will we now learn the full story of Mielitta’s birth? And can Mielitta save her friends, her bees and teach the people of Citadel that perfection isn’t the only way of living?
This is the third book in this series. The story holds true to the other two. I would recommend reading them to follow along more easily in here. The characters are lively and there seems to be a lot of movement between the Citadel and the Forest.
I did struggle with this one a bit. There is a lot of looking into the scenes and not a lot of dialogue. That is the type of story I am not a huge fan of. I enjoyed the discussions the characters had as the story unfolded. I got their meanings and felt their feelings. Panic, fear, loyalty and friendship.
Overall while the story is good it’s not my favorite of the series.
Mielitta is an eighteen year old girl, she is a servant in the Citadel of Perfection and she is despised by everyone around her and as hard as she tries to be invisible, there are ones who torment her relentlessly, but there are also those who ignore her as if she was never friends with them in the first place, this has led her to a life of loneliness and the only solace she finds is in the archery classes she runs with the children and the skill she has built up in it over the years. She also enjoys reading in the library when she has done her servants work, she is able to absorb the information like a sponge and this has led to a fascination with the Forest outside the Citadel, but whenever she tries to ask about it, she is tongue tied, she also suspects that the Maturity Test which she is not ready to take stops the adults from talking about it as well. Life in the Citadel is bland for Mielitta, just like the food and water they consume, the greylight which changes depending on the time of day and the building materials used to build her home.
When she wakes up on her eighteenth birthday, she receives a mysterious gift with a small phial of liquid and a riddle contained inside, the riddle makes no sense to her, but the liquid is full of scents and she is enthralled by them, but she is shocked to find that when she wears it, nobody around her can smell it. When she is given the task of taking refreshments to the Council Chamber, she discovers that something has happened in the outer defences and that the Forest beyond is gaining strength and preparing to attack Perfection, but when the conversation turns to the Forest and it’s dangers, Mielitta is wondering if the loss she has felt all her life is Nature, then something happens which shocks her to the core and she gains knowledge of how to access it, but as they declare that her mind has to be wiped of this knowledge, she quickly has to store it away somewhere they cannot get to it, but she can.
The next day she accidentally spills the last of the liquid on herself and the scent is overpowering, bus she soon gets lost in her daily activities and it becomes part of the background and while she is doing this, she uses the time to make a decision about her future and when she goes to visit her father and talk to him about it, her hopes of making it happen are dashed when someone takes the place she wanted, she rushes out to escape the sadness this causes her and instead heads to where she stored the memories, not believing that she would really find them, but when she does and it all comes rushing back to her, she is disturbed by her tormentors. They taunt Mielitta and when she dares to fight back, they proceed to chase her, she heads towards the gate where the memories guide her, she says the words and escapes into the Forest. When she gets out there, she feels, sees and experiences things for the first time and is drawn in deeper as she examines everything she sees, when she comes across a beehive and opens it, she is attacked by the bees within it.
When she wakes up after the ordeal, she sees all the dead bees around her, but when they disappear into an ultraviolet light, she discovers that she can also feel them within herself, however, she just ignores the buzzing and changes to her sight and other senses and returns to the citadel so that she isn’t missed. The next day when she discovers that there is an outline of a bee on her thigh, she also realises that she can hear the bees, she decides that this was her Maturity Test and she devises a plan to take the opportunity to become a woman on the outside to match the woman within her, it is after she has done this that she discovers a plot within the Citadel and the dangers associated with it while she is in the library, she also discovers the ability she has to be called to aid the bees in the hive she now belongs to.
Will Mielitta be able to use her new status and the bees help to foil the plot against the Forest, or will those who want to hurt her and the Forest succeed and wipe out everything outside of the Citadel and keep it in the Perfect state they want? This is a brilliant journey of personal discovery, danger and the wonders of nature which keeps you enthralled as plots are discovered and decisions are made which affect more than just Mielitta.
Reviewed by @roxsannel
This epic conclusion to the series was everything I was hoping it would be. Such a fantastic adventure, it stands well on its own but truthfully is that much richer having read the whole series. Gill has done a beautiful job creating this world and these characters. Loved every page.
The World Beyond the Walls: epic dystopian eco-fantasy (Natural Forces Book 3)
By Jean Gill
This book had me hooked from the beginning. This is my favorite one in this series. If you haven’t read the first two it is my suggestion that you go back and read them. This story is full of action, danger, magic, wonderful characters and more. The author weaves such a detailed rich story that you feel like your right there in it. I had a hard time putting this book down. I found this book to be refreshingly original. I will definitely be reading more books by this author. I recommend this book and series as a whole.
The World Beyond the Walls: epic dystopian eco-fantasy (Natural Forces Book 3) by Jean Gill – was an excellent third book to this series. I think there’s some wiggle room for another book. I will really hate it if this is the end. This is just a really good story however, it does give you something to contemplate and think about. What exactly is perfection? And is that something we would really want? What would the unintended consequences be? Interesting thoughts.
I have read previous works by this author and her work never ceases to amaze me. It’s very intricate and very detailed in the most beautiful of ways. I love everything from the bee element to the action is exciting for the reader to explore. I don’t want to give too much away but I do want to say it’s pretty well written and the story is amazing. Brava, Ms. Jean Gill!
The World Beyond the Walls: epic dystopian eco-fantasy (Natural Forces Book 3) by Jean Gill is a wonderfully written story that I found myself caught up in the pages that I couldn’t put it down. Although this can be read as a standalone I would recommend reading the first two books as they will give you back knowledge of what is going on who is who. Its an action packed adventure that will keep you on your feet . I highly recommend reading this whole series its well worth it I can’t wait to see what this author brings us next.
I have been anxious to see how this exciting series would come to an end. The World Beyond the Walls is the third in the Natural Forces books from Jean Gill and the final. I would personally recommend that you read these in order because things really do come to a conclusion and have answers to things brought up in previous books. It is an epic, truly, adventurous read so it is worth the investment in time. I could not put this one down so it was done in just a short few hours for me because. I must say this book gave me the best escape beyond the walls of my hospital room when I needed it so much so I was so grateful. The world building has you feeling as if you could be right there sensing the adventure and elements with the characters. I cannot say enough good about this one and the whole series, and to top it off it is one I know my thirteen year old could enjoy and read just as much I am sure. I can’t wait to see what we get next from Jean Gill!
The World Beyond the Walls: epic dystopian eco-fantasy (Natural Forces Book 3) by Jean Gill is unfortunately the last book in the trilogy. This YA adventure story has everything that paranormal fantasy enthusiasts will love, magic and shifters, drama and action and danger. Jean’s world-building and unusual, complex and quirky characters make it an interesting and enjoyable read. This intricate and finely woven tale will have you engaged from beginning to end. It is best to start with the first book and work your way through to get the best reader experience so you can fully envelope the world and characters that Jean has given us.
Reviewed by @jennadb
If you like paranormal fantasy stories, look no further Jean GIll is an amazing author. This is the third book in the series and even though it can be a stand alone book, I highly recommend reading the first two books to have the back knowledge of what is going on and who is who. The plot-line pulled me from the first page of the book until the last word. It has action and adventure around each corner. The characters are unique and complicated. The journey you take with them will keep you on your toes. You need to have eyes in the back of your head to see what is going on behind you as well as in front of you. The imagination of Jean Gill is in full force and I cannot wait to see what she has coming next. I highly recommend this book and the whole series especially if you like fantasy and paranormal stories.
Epic-Dystopian is not a genre that I would normally read, but the book cover drew me in when I walked past it on the library shelf. I’m glad that I picked this book up to read as it was filled with many things I do like in books: magic, danger, drama, and great characters. I must admit that the book drew me in from the beginning to the end and I felt like I was on a wild fantasy ride I didn’t want to jump off. The author knows how to use description to truly make you feel like you are in this story. By the end of the book, I felt like I knew the characters personally and that at some point in my lifetime I had met many of them. It is certainly a tale of finding out who your true friends are, and which ones will stab you in the back to overthrow you. Apparently this is the ending of a trilogy written by this author and I have placed the previous two on my library wish list so that I can read the entire collection.
The World Beyond The Walls: epic dystopian eco-fantasy by Jean Gill is the third book in the Natural Forces series. This is the final book in the trilogy and was an brilliant end of the series. This book is easily the best one in the series. I fell back into this story and the characters so easily. This book is every bit as exciting and and intriguing as the previous books and I found that pages basically turned themselves. Once I started reading I just couldn’t stop. The author has created a brilliant fantasy world with such a strong group of friends right at the centre. With everything they have been through already I could not wait to see what this book had in store for them. It was well written and engaging and I thoroughly enjoyed every part of this book. I would highly recommend this whole series to any fan of the genre.
The first book I read by this author I remember thinking I was so totally out of my comfort zone that I didn’t know what to expect but now after three book I’m still out of my comfort zone but I know to expect a wonderfully written story that intrigues and piques my imagination throughout. The authors writing is just wonderful she has such an interesting and engaging writing style, her attention to detail is fantastic and it definitely makes my reading experience so much better. There really were some great and unexpected twists and turns in this story, I loved that I didn’t know what was going to happen. This is the third book in the Natural Forced trilogy so I personally would recommend reading them in order. I am very much looking forward to reading more from this author again in the future.
The world Beyond the Walls is the third and final book in the Natural Forces series by Jean Gill. It is another original and creative YA fantasy adventure story- with magic, shifters, politics, action, drama, danger, environmental themes, good vs evil, tension, interesting quirky characters, and wonderful world-building. There’s also a bit of a dystopian feel to this fantasy story/series which adds another layer of interest to the world.
If you haven’t read the other two books yet, I highly recommend that you do, before starting on this one. There are a lot of details and threads which flow through to this book. So knowing what happened in the first two books will definitely enhance your appreciation and enjoyment of this story.
As with the previous books, this a wonderfully detailed and descriptive story which has had plenty of thought, skill, heart, and soul put into its creation. Reading was more like ‘watching’ everything unfold, as the imagery was so well crafted.
Well worth the read!
Looking forward to seeing what Jean Gill does next.
Thank you, Jean Gill!
Reviewed by @angelahayes
The World Beyond the Walls: epic dystopian eco-fantasy (Natural Forces Book 3) by Jean Gill. This is an amazing series and this is the final book in the series which makes me sad because I want more. I recommend reading all the books but it can be read as a standalone. Its the continuation of Mielitta who is still Queen of the Warrior Bees and an even larger group of followers and they are working against the Perfection. We find Mage struggling to remain true to Mielitta in the war between the Citadel and the Forest. Mielitta has always tried to take care of Mage but if it means losing everything what will she choose. Mielitta will find out that friends to your face aren’t always friends behind your back. I read this book in one sitting because it was so good. Each page had me wanting to flip to the next. This series has been incredible and I highly recommend it!
What an utterly fabulous cbook. I’ve loved everything about this series and this final book wraps up everything superbly. Jean Gill has certainly given herself a lot of work to do in this last volume. There are, for example, a lot of characters to deal with. Some good, some bad, most intriguing and realistic combinations of both. Jean Gill’s character development is a powerful feature throughout the trilogy and creates real engagement with the main players.
The World Beyond the Walls is the third book in the Natural Forces series. While it could be read as a standalone, I highly recommend reading the previous books in the series.
It is easy to get lost in this story right away. You feel like you are living the adventure with the characters. The world building is excellent and the twists and surprises will keep you turning the pages. I read the whole book in one sitting just so I could find out how everything turned out.
I enjoyed the way the paranormal elements were woven into the story – very different than most paranormal books. It’s a wonderful blend of fantasy and paranormal storytelling.
The World Beyond the Walls: epic dystopian eco-fantasy (Natural Forces Book 3) by Jean Gill. Once again I found myself surprised at how easy I found myself lost inside this book, not for anything bad but it’s just not my usual reading. But this author definitely knows how to pull people in and takes them on an adventure they won’t forget. Even the smallest details are complex and you can tell a lot of time and heart goes into these books. The characters immediately pulled me in and I love the journey we got to go on with them. I do recommend reading these in order. Trust me if you’re on the fence about this series just take the leap it’s completely worth it. Four big stars and highly recommended.
The World Beyond the Walls: epic dystopian eco-fantasy (Natural Forces Book 3) by Jean Gill
Wow what more can I say? I was once again drawn into the world of the citadel and forest. The complex world is just the escape I needed and was not disappointing. I lost myself in the world the author created and could not put this book down. I have read the first two and was on so excited to read this the third and sadly finale part of the series.
I was really drawn to Mielitta and her search to discover more about herself and also the battle between the forest and the Citadel. I must admit that I was not fully prepared for how this book unfolded and was glad that the author was able to create a bit of a twist and keep the story fresh and flowing. I was glued from book one to this final book and it will definitely be one of my read and read again series. I look forward to discovering more from this author.
This is not my first book by this author but it is one of my favorites by her yet. Her writing skills and attention to details make her stories easy to read and understandable. This book is no different. It pulled me in right from the beginning and kept my attention to the end. The characters took me on an adventure that was engaging and full of action. They are paranormal and really just made the story fun. I had no problems connecting to them. This is the third book in this series which I highly suggest reading the previous two books to help your enjoyment of this series. This is a story of loyalty, sacrifices, and finding out who you really are. Mielitta has a destiny but will she fulfill it? I highly recommend this book and the previous books in this series.
Review by @bjwagner
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Arrows Tipped with Honey (Natural Forces Book 2) by Jean Gill. I recommend reading these in order as this one continues from the first. I was definitely pleasantly surprised by my love for this story because this isn’t my normal reading but this author really has a gem of a story here. It’s got a little bit of everything I’d like in a story and it’s very original and unique. This story had a way of coming alive right before my eyes be even the smallest details are so well written you picture everything happening as you read. The characters pulled me in completely and I was definitely a bit say when I reached the end. It’s a well written story that’s paced nicely never feeling rushed or lacking anything. I can’t wait to see what else this author has to offer because if it’s as good as these I know I’m in for a good story. Four big stars and highly recommended!
Arrows Tipped with Honey (Natural Forces Book 2) by Jean Gill
Arrows Tipped with Honey is the second book in the Natural Forces series by Jean Gill. First off I was absolutely fascinated with the cover . This story is very intriguing and one that once you start you won’t want to put it down till you finish. Mielitta ,Queen of the Warrior Bees is . faced with breaking the barrier between Forest and Citadel.
Mage is leading a double life while trying to stay loyal to Mielitta and being a spy for Citadel. He has a lot on inner conflicts and doubts but also danger and the possibility of being discovered. These two kept me intrigued and turning the pages I had to know what was going to happen next. Find out what happens next with these two in the must read. I look forward to reading more from this Author.
Arrows Tipped with Honey (Natural Forces Book 2) by Jean Gill was a great fantasy read. This is the second book in the series, I did jump into the second book without reading the first and was able to follow along. I loved the plot and the story as it developed. The story was super descriptive and it really helped me dive into the world head first. I have so many questions on what happens next that I cannot wait for the next book.
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