Flashback (Keeper of the Lost Cities)

In this unforgettable seventh book in the New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling Keeper of the Lost Cities series, Sophie must let the past and present blur together, because the deadliest secrets are always the ones that get erased.

Sophie Foster doesn’t know what—or whom—to believe. And in a game with this many players, the worst mistake can be focusing on the wrong threat.

But when the Neverseen prove that Sophie’s far more vulnerable than she ever imagined, she realizes it’s time to change the rules. Her powerful abilities can only protect her so far. To face down ruthless enemies, she must learn to fight.

Unfortunately, battle training can’t help a beloved friend who’s facing a whole different danger—where the only solution involves one of the biggest risks Sophie and her friends have ever taken. And the distraction might be exactly what the villains have been waiting for.

Hardcover, 576 pages
Published on November 6, 2018 by Aladdin
ISBN-10: 148149743X
ISBN-13: 9781481497435
40 Book Reviews
  • ravenwing
    ravenwing7 months55 stars
    I am really excited to finish this book!!! To get to know what will happen to Sophie and Fitz and Keefe .to see how Keefe is improving. I really want to kill Keefe is mother.😡
    • zellydia
      zellydia7 months55 stars
      I think this book is super crazy at the beginning because, Fitz and Sophie have shadows in them and are very hurt. This book is amazing (I think that all of the books are amazing.) She also gets all of those bodyguards, that is also crazy. So many things happen in this book, Emotional and physical. I would Defiantly rate this 5 stars.
      • teagytornado101
        teagytornado101over 1 year55 stars
        I havnt read this book yet but IM going to VERY soon. I read that it's pretty good so Im excited to continue to read the KOTLC series!
        • Dawnover 1 year
          Guys am I the only one that read these book and then bought then read it too much and the book snapped the cover off? I <3b These book mostly because here is my quote. I AM A FITZPHIE/SOPHITZ FAN! Here is a quote from me " She loves Keefe from the brain, but loves Fitz from the heart." I AM SO INTO THESE BOOOOOOOK! NOT ONLY BECAUSE FITZPHIE BUT IT IS AWESOME! BTW I am in fourth grade if i could i would rate these book 5 stars!
          • bsc
            bscalmost 2 years55 stars
            Taking off from the cliffhanger in Nightfall, Alvar still doesn't remember everything and is to live with the Vackers. Sophie thought they were prepared for the next attack of the Neverseen, but she's mistaken. Instead, she and someone she care VERY much about get injured. But Sophie's ready to fight back, this time without relying on her abilities. She's ready to fight-fight. But the Neverseen are ready, and when they take a friend who will be facing a LOT of danger. I loved this book!
            • 4usa
              4usaalmost 2 years
              This is the seventh book in the greatest series ever! This book would have to be my least favorite of the series because of all of the filler and the relationship between Sophie and Fitz (talk about Fitzphie overload) but I'd still have to give it five stars!
              • kkgautamm
                kkgautammalmost 2 years44 stars
                this book was good, but it was a little disappointing compared to the other ones. while i was super happy abt fitz and silveny, i didn't really like that she was in the infirmary half the time.
                • blossomreader
                  blossomreaderabout 2 years55 stars
                  I loved this book! It is my favorite in the series so far! Sophie needs to learn to fight, because she knows that her abilities can be avoided by the Neverseen. But afetr Alvar's tribunal, Sophie and Fitz suffer series damage from shadows. Illusion is the villains new weapon. Because of her injuries, she can't fight, but she can train with Fitz, that is, when he's conscious again. Fitz was attacked on the Heart, unlike Sophie , who was attacked on her arm and forehead. Things are changing quickly. Silveny is pregnant,Sophie needs to heal with Fitz, they need to figure out how to stop the shawdows, make them go away, and control them to use for themselves. Most importantly, they need to stop the Neverseeen. Tam is one hope. He's a shade, and he is very good at taking control at the shadow-flux. He's scared though, and that makes it harder. The Neverseen have revealed that they will attack when the newborn trolls hatch. That's a bad idea. The trolls are most dangerous when they hatch first. Sophie starts to train a bit to late, and she can only throw with her left arm, her bad arm. How will they stop the Neverseen if they aren't ready?
                  • nac
                    nacabout 2 years55 stars
                    Sophie isn't giving up. Or giving in. But she needs more protection than what her powers or goblin bodyguard can give. She has to learn to fight. But learning to fight isn't going to help save the life of someone with different problems entirely. So now Sophie must forge alliances with the trolls, and delve deeper into the forgotten secrets of all the races combined. Its a good thing she has back up.
                    • roxanne3
                      roxanne3about 2 years55 stars
                      This is probably my favorite out of all the Keeper of the Lost Cities books, but I have not read book 8 yet. I am so glad that Sophie and Fitz got together in this one, because I read the first 6 in a mad rush because I really wanted to prove my sister and one of my friends wrong, they were both on Team Keefe. I can't wait wait to read book 8, because I really want to see what happens with the Match Makers. I need to know if Sophie and Fitz are actually allowed to be together in the end!!! They are so perfect for each other, and I would be heartbroken if they were ruled a bad match! Like or comment if you are on Team Fitz, like me!!