Impostor Syndrome (The Arcadia Project #3)

Impostor Syndrome (The Arcadia Project #3)

In the third book of the Nebula Award?nominated Arcadia Project series, which New York Times bestselling author Seanan McGuire called ?exciting, inventive, and brilliantly plotted,? Millie Roper has to pull off two impossible heists?with the fate of the worlds in the balance. Three months ago, a rift between agents in London and Los Angeles tore the Arcadia Project apart. W In the third book of the Nebula Award?nominated Arcadia Project series, which New York Times bestselling au...

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Title:Impostor Syndrome (The Arcadia Project #3)
Author:Mishell Baker
Rating:
Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:1481451944
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:480 pages pages

Impostor Syndrome (The Arcadia Project #3) Reviews

  • John Wiswell
    Apr 19, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/15/... While I will always continue to recommend and cheer on The Arcadia Project series, this third and I think final installment was probably my least favorite. Having said that, it was well written, as the two ...

    It is hard to read a book in which the main character spendm a good portion of it thinking about how it'd just be easier if they were dead (well, something like that). But this is the third book in the series, and, well, Millie is still Millie . . sooo... In this third book - the 'c...

    A return to the multiverse of the Arcadia Project with both the Seelie and Unseelie Courts divided, the Project at war with itself, and Millie and her friends right in the middle of it. With battle lines drawn between the rebel Arcadia Project in the West Coast of the US and the hea...

    A satisfying adventure with all of our friends! ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Arcadia Project was torn apart three months ago with half of the fey courts supporting L.A. and the other half staying loyal to London - and London is doing all it can to take out the resistance. Unfortunately, d...

    9.5/10 - Reviews at Pages Below the Vaulted Sky So this review started out as a normal review and then it morphed into a weird self-reflection/series appreciation/review monstrosity. Because my god, Imposter Syndrome made me feel a lot of things. It's a pitch-perfect conclusion (may...

    All the stars! ? Just some of the things that make this book awesome: * very diverse complicated characters that feel very real * believable realistic relationships * awesome writing style * humour :D * magic! The characters are so awesome and feel so human. They are l...

    Although my life got in the way a lot with this book I still enjoyed it very much. I like this series and am very hopeful there will be more. it's a terribly original approach to urban fantasy and the fae. I would love to spend more time with these inordinately real and broken chara...

    Every once in a while, you finish a book (or a series) and you sit there with a thousand yard stare. Because your world just changed, and you have to get used to living in the new one. No, I didn't discover unseelie fey coming through my broom closet. No, I am not a sidhe prince. ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A satisfying conclusion to one of the most inventive urban fantasies out there. Going through internatio...

    Another fantastic book in this wonderful series with oh so many unique characters. This series just feels so fresh and original. And Millie is more ?Millie? in this one again (after being not quite so in the last one). There?s a lot going on in this book. Fans of the series shoul...

    Between the fact that it'd been a while since I'd read the previous book and all the running around (so much running around) working on complicated plans I felt overwhelmed by details I couldn't clearly recall and underwhelmed by the overall momentum of the series. Fortunately, some re...

    I really love this as guilt-free escapist urban fantasy. There's something about adding larger themes of mental illness and suicide to the mix that makes me feel like I'm still being a productive human while reading it. Also, there's fairies. ...

    Easily the best of the three books. I spent most of today reading, and was thrilled by the growth of Millie, even while in the midst of a crisis. The ending (no spoilers) I felt was fitting, and I can honestly say that this book will be vying for a top five spot on my reading list this...

    If this is the ending to the Arcadia series, then it's a poignant send-off. All our favorite characters from the first two books have to band together on an interdimensional journey that's half heroic quest, half psychedelic heist-spree. They dig up revelations about the nature of powe...

  • Anne
    Apr 02, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/15/... While I will always continue to recommend and cheer on The Arcadia Project series, this third and I think final installment was probably my least favorite. Having said that, it was well written, as the two ...

    It is hard to read a book in which the main character spendm a good portion of it thinking about how it'd just be easier if they were dead (well, something like that). But this is the third book in the series, and, well, Millie is still Millie . . sooo... In this third book - the 'c...

    A return to the multiverse of the Arcadia Project with both the Seelie and Unseelie Courts divided, the Project at war with itself, and Millie and her friends right in the middle of it. With battle lines drawn between the rebel Arcadia Project in the West Coast of the US and the hea...

    A satisfying adventure with all of our friends! ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Arcadia Project was torn apart three months ago with half of the fey courts supporting L.A. and the other half staying loyal to London - and London is doing all it can to take out the resistance. Unfortunately, d...

    9.5/10 - Reviews at Pages Below the Vaulted Sky So this review started out as a normal review and then it morphed into a weird self-reflection/series appreciation/review monstrosity. Because my god, Imposter Syndrome made me feel a lot of things. It's a pitch-perfect conclusion (may...

    All the stars! ? Just some of the things that make this book awesome: * very diverse complicated characters that feel very real * believable realistic relationships * awesome writing style * humour :D * magic! The characters are so awesome and feel so human. They are l...

    Although my life got in the way a lot with this book I still enjoyed it very much. I like this series and am very hopeful there will be more. it's a terribly original approach to urban fantasy and the fae. I would love to spend more time with these inordinately real and broken chara...

    Every once in a while, you finish a book (or a series) and you sit there with a thousand yard stare. Because your world just changed, and you have to get used to living in the new one. No, I didn't discover unseelie fey coming through my broom closet. No, I am not a sidhe prince. ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A satisfying conclusion to one of the most inventive urban fantasies out there. Going through internatio...

    Another fantastic book in this wonderful series with oh so many unique characters. This series just feels so fresh and original. And Millie is more ?Millie? in this one again (after being not quite so in the last one). There?s a lot going on in this book. Fans of the series shoul...

    Between the fact that it'd been a while since I'd read the previous book and all the running around (so much running around) working on complicated plans I felt overwhelmed by details I couldn't clearly recall and underwhelmed by the overall momentum of the series. Fortunately, some re...

  • Beth
    Jan 15, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/15/... While I will always continue to recommend and cheer on The Arcadia Project series, this third and I think final installment was probably my least favorite. Having said that, it was well written, as the two ...

    It is hard to read a book in which the main character spendm a good portion of it thinking about how it'd just be easier if they were dead (well, something like that). But this is the third book in the series, and, well, Millie is still Millie . . sooo... In this third book - the 'c...

    A return to the multiverse of the Arcadia Project with both the Seelie and Unseelie Courts divided, the Project at war with itself, and Millie and her friends right in the middle of it. With battle lines drawn between the rebel Arcadia Project in the West Coast of the US and the hea...

    A satisfying adventure with all of our friends! ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Arcadia Project was torn apart three months ago with half of the fey courts supporting L.A. and the other half staying loyal to London - and London is doing all it can to take out the resistance. Unfortunately, d...

    9.5/10 - Reviews at Pages Below the Vaulted Sky So this review started out as a normal review and then it morphed into a weird self-reflection/series appreciation/review monstrosity. Because my god, Imposter Syndrome made me feel a lot of things. It's a pitch-perfect conclusion (may...

    All the stars! ? Just some of the things that make this book awesome: * very diverse complicated characters that feel very real * believable realistic relationships * awesome writing style * humour :D * magic! The characters are so awesome and feel so human. They are l...

    Although my life got in the way a lot with this book I still enjoyed it very much. I like this series and am very hopeful there will be more. it's a terribly original approach to urban fantasy and the fae. I would love to spend more time with these inordinately real and broken chara...

    Every once in a while, you finish a book (or a series) and you sit there with a thousand yard stare. Because your world just changed, and you have to get used to living in the new one. No, I didn't discover unseelie fey coming through my broom closet. No, I am not a sidhe prince. ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A satisfying conclusion to one of the most inventive urban fantasies out there. Going through internatio...

    Another fantastic book in this wonderful series with oh so many unique characters. This series just feels so fresh and original. And Millie is more ?Millie? in this one again (after being not quite so in the last one). There?s a lot going on in this book. Fans of the series shoul...

    Between the fact that it'd been a while since I'd read the previous book and all the running around (so much running around) working on complicated plans I felt overwhelmed by details I couldn't clearly recall and underwhelmed by the overall momentum of the series. Fortunately, some re...

    I really love this as guilt-free escapist urban fantasy. There's something about adding larger themes of mental illness and suicide to the mix that makes me feel like I'm still being a productive human while reading it. Also, there's fairies. ...

    Easily the best of the three books. I spent most of today reading, and was thrilled by the growth of Millie, even while in the midst of a crisis. The ending (no spoilers) I felt was fitting, and I can honestly say that this book will be vying for a top five spot on my reading list this...

  • Desiree Sotomayor
    Apr 08, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/15/... While I will always continue to recommend and cheer on The Arcadia Project series, this third and I think final installment was probably my least favorite. Having said that, it was well written, as the two ...

    It is hard to read a book in which the main character spendm a good portion of it thinking about how it'd just be easier if they were dead (well, something like that). But this is the third book in the series, and, well, Millie is still Millie . . sooo... In this third book - the 'c...

    A return to the multiverse of the Arcadia Project with both the Seelie and Unseelie Courts divided, the Project at war with itself, and Millie and her friends right in the middle of it. With battle lines drawn between the rebel Arcadia Project in the West Coast of the US and the hea...

    A satisfying adventure with all of our friends! ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Arcadia Project was torn apart three months ago with half of the fey courts supporting L.A. and the other half staying loyal to London - and London is doing all it can to take out the resistance. Unfortunately, d...

    9.5/10 - Reviews at Pages Below the Vaulted Sky So this review started out as a normal review and then it morphed into a weird self-reflection/series appreciation/review monstrosity. Because my god, Imposter Syndrome made me feel a lot of things. It's a pitch-perfect conclusion (may...

    All the stars! ? Just some of the things that make this book awesome: * very diverse complicated characters that feel very real * believable realistic relationships * awesome writing style * humour :D * magic! The characters are so awesome and feel so human. They are l...

    Although my life got in the way a lot with this book I still enjoyed it very much. I like this series and am very hopeful there will be more. it's a terribly original approach to urban fantasy and the fae. I would love to spend more time with these inordinately real and broken chara...

    Every once in a while, you finish a book (or a series) and you sit there with a thousand yard stare. Because your world just changed, and you have to get used to living in the new one. No, I didn't discover unseelie fey coming through my broom closet. No, I am not a sidhe prince. ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A satisfying conclusion to one of the most inventive urban fantasies out there. Going through internatio...

    Another fantastic book in this wonderful series with oh so many unique characters. This series just feels so fresh and original. And Millie is more ?Millie? in this one again (after being not quite so in the last one). There?s a lot going on in this book. Fans of the series shoul...

    Between the fact that it'd been a while since I'd read the previous book and all the running around (so much running around) working on complicated plans I felt overwhelmed by details I couldn't clearly recall and underwhelmed by the overall momentum of the series. Fortunately, some re...

    I really love this as guilt-free escapist urban fantasy. There's something about adding larger themes of mental illness and suicide to the mix that makes me feel like I'm still being a productive human while reading it. Also, there's fairies. ...

    Easily the best of the three books. I spent most of today reading, and was thrilled by the growth of Millie, even while in the midst of a crisis. The ending (no spoilers) I felt was fitting, and I can honestly say that this book will be vying for a top five spot on my reading list this...

    If this is the ending to the Arcadia series, then it's a poignant send-off. All our favorite characters from the first two books have to band together on an interdimensional journey that's half heroic quest, half psychedelic heist-spree. They dig up revelations about the nature of powe...

    After three disappointing reads based on reviews in library catalogues for new books, I finally thoroughly enjoyed a book. It is the third installment in the series but still great. I love the protagonist withholding all her flaws and troubles that don't stop her from being her best un...

    Mishell Baker concludes The Arcadia Project trilogy in outstanding fashion with Impostor Syndrome. The events pick up shortly after where they left off in Phantom Pains and both the Arcadia Project and Arcadia itself are in turmoil. With part of the United States Project members split ...

    This novel adds much richness to the world and story of the Arcadia Project, although I will say Phantom Pains remains my favorite of the series. I continue to resonate deeply with Millie, even as she baffles me at times. This series is so powerfully character driven, and has such a gr...

    I think this one might be my favorite, definitely better than the last one. It was a good ending for the series but also still open to the possibility of more books or even a spin off series (as far as I know this one was the last :/) Now I don't know what to fill the hole with that no...

  • Suz
    Apr 10, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/15/... While I will always continue to recommend and cheer on The Arcadia Project series, this third and I think final installment was probably my least favorite. Having said that, it was well written, as the two ...

    It is hard to read a book in which the main character spendm a good portion of it thinking about how it'd just be easier if they were dead (well, something like that). But this is the third book in the series, and, well, Millie is still Millie . . sooo... In this third book - the 'c...

    A return to the multiverse of the Arcadia Project with both the Seelie and Unseelie Courts divided, the Project at war with itself, and Millie and her friends right in the middle of it. With battle lines drawn between the rebel Arcadia Project in the West Coast of the US and the hea...

    A satisfying adventure with all of our friends! ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Arcadia Project was torn apart three months ago with half of the fey courts supporting L.A. and the other half staying loyal to London - and London is doing all it can to take out the resistance. Unfortunately, d...

    9.5/10 - Reviews at Pages Below the Vaulted Sky So this review started out as a normal review and then it morphed into a weird self-reflection/series appreciation/review monstrosity. Because my god, Imposter Syndrome made me feel a lot of things. It's a pitch-perfect conclusion (may...

    All the stars! ? Just some of the things that make this book awesome: * very diverse complicated characters that feel very real * believable realistic relationships * awesome writing style * humour :D * magic! The characters are so awesome and feel so human. They are l...

    Although my life got in the way a lot with this book I still enjoyed it very much. I like this series and am very hopeful there will be more. it's a terribly original approach to urban fantasy and the fae. I would love to spend more time with these inordinately real and broken chara...

  • Wendy
    Mar 19, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/15/... While I will always continue to recommend and cheer on The Arcadia Project series, this third and I think final installment was probably my least favorite. Having said that, it was well written, as the two ...

    It is hard to read a book in which the main character spendm a good portion of it thinking about how it'd just be easier if they were dead (well, something like that). But this is the third book in the series, and, well, Millie is still Millie . . sooo... In this third book - the 'c...

    A return to the multiverse of the Arcadia Project with both the Seelie and Unseelie Courts divided, the Project at war with itself, and Millie and her friends right in the middle of it. With battle lines drawn between the rebel Arcadia Project in the West Coast of the US and the hea...

    A satisfying adventure with all of our friends! ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Arcadia Project was torn apart three months ago with half of the fey courts supporting L.A. and the other half staying loyal to London - and London is doing all it can to take out the resistance. Unfortunately, d...

    9.5/10 - Reviews at Pages Below the Vaulted Sky So this review started out as a normal review and then it morphed into a weird self-reflection/series appreciation/review monstrosity. Because my god, Imposter Syndrome made me feel a lot of things. It's a pitch-perfect conclusion (may...

    All the stars! ? Just some of the things that make this book awesome: * very diverse complicated characters that feel very real * believable realistic relationships * awesome writing style * humour :D * magic! The characters are so awesome and feel so human. They are l...

    Although my life got in the way a lot with this book I still enjoyed it very much. I like this series and am very hopeful there will be more. it's a terribly original approach to urban fantasy and the fae. I would love to spend more time with these inordinately real and broken chara...

    Every once in a while, you finish a book (or a series) and you sit there with a thousand yard stare. Because your world just changed, and you have to get used to living in the new one. No, I didn't discover unseelie fey coming through my broom closet. No, I am not a sidhe prince. ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A satisfying conclusion to one of the most inventive urban fantasies out there. Going through internatio...

    Another fantastic book in this wonderful series with oh so many unique characters. This series just feels so fresh and original. And Millie is more ?Millie? in this one again (after being not quite so in the last one). There?s a lot going on in this book. Fans of the series shoul...

    Between the fact that it'd been a while since I'd read the previous book and all the running around (so much running around) working on complicated plans I felt overwhelmed by details I couldn't clearly recall and underwhelmed by the overall momentum of the series. Fortunately, some re...

    I really love this as guilt-free escapist urban fantasy. There's something about adding larger themes of mental illness and suicide to the mix that makes me feel like I'm still being a productive human while reading it. Also, there's fairies. ...

    Easily the best of the three books. I spent most of today reading, and was thrilled by the growth of Millie, even while in the midst of a crisis. The ending (no spoilers) I felt was fitting, and I can honestly say that this book will be vying for a top five spot on my reading list this...

    If this is the ending to the Arcadia series, then it's a poignant send-off. All our favorite characters from the first two books have to band together on an interdimensional journey that's half heroic quest, half psychedelic heist-spree. They dig up revelations about the nature of powe...

    After three disappointing reads based on reviews in library catalogues for new books, I finally thoroughly enjoyed a book. It is the third installment in the series but still great. I love the protagonist withholding all her flaws and troubles that don't stop her from being her best un...

    Mishell Baker concludes The Arcadia Project trilogy in outstanding fashion with Impostor Syndrome. The events pick up shortly after where they left off in Phantom Pains and both the Arcadia Project and Arcadia itself are in turmoil. With part of the United States Project members split ...

    This novel adds much richness to the world and story of the Arcadia Project, although I will say Phantom Pains remains my favorite of the series. I continue to resonate deeply with Millie, even as she baffles me at times. This series is so powerfully character driven, and has such a gr...

    I think this one might be my favorite, definitely better than the last one. It was a good ending for the series but also still open to the possibility of more books or even a spin off series (as far as I know this one was the last :/) Now I don't know what to fill the hole with that no...

    Impostor Syndrome is the final book in Mishell Baker's "Arcadia Project" trilogy, a series featuring Millie Roper, a double amputee with Borderline Personality Disorder who is drafted into the Arcadia Project - a global organization that handles interactions between humans and Fae, who...

    Very nicely done. This was a fine conclusion to this series, if that is what Ms. Baker intends. I very much hope for more, selfishly, as I'm not at all ready to be done with these characters. I guess I have a fondness for angry, somewhat hard to deal with women with issues. Gods kno...

    I enjoyed the caper but kind of missed the "here's a look into the head of someone with borderline personality disorder" parts of the previous books. I mean, fine for the parts that don't have it because the protagonist is practicing better habits, fine, but seemed like a underutilized...

    Another great book, highly enjoyed. But the main action sequence was written as a movie script? Complete with cues? It didn't work for me and was awful to sit through. But the cast continues to be comfortably diverse, and gave me a new idea. Which is that the fae manage their immortali...

    I don't think I'll ever have an entirely objective and unbiased opinion on this trilogy because it's just s o close to my heart but you can still trust me (or dont, i dont own you) when i say its just SO GOOD. If you like snarky characters, complex backstories, original and surpris...

    I liked this one less than the two previous books, though it was perhaps the most ambitious instalment in the series. Where the character development thrived, the plot dragged and felt clunky at times. Still, it didn't prevent me from reading long into the night. And since (view spoile...

    when i read some folks' reviews that said the ending was a lot - that it was beautiful and well written but that it would hurt and might not make sense - i wasn't sure what to expect. but i can now say that it was beautiful, and perfect, and well written, and it hurt, but it made sense...

    I really hope that there will be more of these books. It seems like this could be wrapped up with this book, but I really hope that there are more books in this series. I love how mental health has been mixed in with the fantasy of the world building to create a truly unique story expe...

    A satisfying conclusion to the series. I didn?t like it as much as the first two, but it?s still very good and so much happens. I?m still considering it. May add more later. Highly recommended the whole series. ...

  • Tammy
    Mar 17, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/15/... While I will always continue to recommend and cheer on The Arcadia Project series, this third and I think final installment was probably my least favorite. Having said that, it was well written, as the two ...

    It is hard to read a book in which the main character spendm a good portion of it thinking about how it'd just be easier if they were dead (well, something like that). But this is the third book in the series, and, well, Millie is still Millie . . sooo... In this third book - the 'c...

    A return to the multiverse of the Arcadia Project with both the Seelie and Unseelie Courts divided, the Project at war with itself, and Millie and her friends right in the middle of it. With battle lines drawn between the rebel Arcadia Project in the West Coast of the US and the hea...

    A satisfying adventure with all of our friends! ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Arcadia Project was torn apart three months ago with half of the fey courts supporting L.A. and the other half staying loyal to London - and London is doing all it can to take out the resistance. Unfortunately, d...

    9.5/10 - Reviews at Pages Below the Vaulted Sky So this review started out as a normal review and then it morphed into a weird self-reflection/series appreciation/review monstrosity. Because my god, Imposter Syndrome made me feel a lot of things. It's a pitch-perfect conclusion (may...

    All the stars! ? Just some of the things that make this book awesome: * very diverse complicated characters that feel very real * believable realistic relationships * awesome writing style * humour :D * magic! The characters are so awesome and feel so human. They are l...

    Although my life got in the way a lot with this book I still enjoyed it very much. I like this series and am very hopeful there will be more. it's a terribly original approach to urban fantasy and the fae. I would love to spend more time with these inordinately real and broken chara...

    Every once in a while, you finish a book (or a series) and you sit there with a thousand yard stare. Because your world just changed, and you have to get used to living in the new one. No, I didn't discover unseelie fey coming through my broom closet. No, I am not a sidhe prince. ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A satisfying conclusion to one of the most inventive urban fantasies out there. Going through internatio...

  • Jessica
    Mar 19, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/15/... While I will always continue to recommend and cheer on The Arcadia Project series, this third and I think final installment was probably my least favorite. Having said that, it was well written, as the two ...

    It is hard to read a book in which the main character spendm a good portion of it thinking about how it'd just be easier if they were dead (well, something like that). But this is the third book in the series, and, well, Millie is still Millie . . sooo... In this third book - the 'c...

    A return to the multiverse of the Arcadia Project with both the Seelie and Unseelie Courts divided, the Project at war with itself, and Millie and her friends right in the middle of it. With battle lines drawn between the rebel Arcadia Project in the West Coast of the US and the hea...

    A satisfying adventure with all of our friends! ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Arcadia Project was torn apart three months ago with half of the fey courts supporting L.A. and the other half staying loyal to London - and London is doing all it can to take out the resistance. Unfortunately, d...

    9.5/10 - Reviews at Pages Below the Vaulted Sky So this review started out as a normal review and then it morphed into a weird self-reflection/series appreciation/review monstrosity. Because my god, Imposter Syndrome made me feel a lot of things. It's a pitch-perfect conclusion (may...

    All the stars! ? Just some of the things that make this book awesome: * very diverse complicated characters that feel very real * believable realistic relationships * awesome writing style * humour :D * magic! The characters are so awesome and feel so human. They are l...

    Although my life got in the way a lot with this book I still enjoyed it very much. I like this series and am very hopeful there will be more. it's a terribly original approach to urban fantasy and the fae. I would love to spend more time with these inordinately real and broken chara...

    Every once in a while, you finish a book (or a series) and you sit there with a thousand yard stare. Because your world just changed, and you have to get used to living in the new one. No, I didn't discover unseelie fey coming through my broom closet. No, I am not a sidhe prince. ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A satisfying conclusion to one of the most inventive urban fantasies out there. Going through internatio...

    Another fantastic book in this wonderful series with oh so many unique characters. This series just feels so fresh and original. And Millie is more ?Millie? in this one again (after being not quite so in the last one). There?s a lot going on in this book. Fans of the series shoul...

    Between the fact that it'd been a while since I'd read the previous book and all the running around (so much running around) working on complicated plans I felt overwhelmed by details I couldn't clearly recall and underwhelmed by the overall momentum of the series. Fortunately, some re...

    I really love this as guilt-free escapist urban fantasy. There's something about adding larger themes of mental illness and suicide to the mix that makes me feel like I'm still being a productive human while reading it. Also, there's fairies. ...

    Easily the best of the three books. I spent most of today reading, and was thrilled by the growth of Millie, even while in the midst of a crisis. The ending (no spoilers) I felt was fitting, and I can honestly say that this book will be vying for a top five spot on my reading list this...

    If this is the ending to the Arcadia series, then it's a poignant send-off. All our favorite characters from the first two books have to band together on an interdimensional journey that's half heroic quest, half psychedelic heist-spree. They dig up revelations about the nature of powe...

    After three disappointing reads based on reviews in library catalogues for new books, I finally thoroughly enjoyed a book. It is the third installment in the series but still great. I love the protagonist withholding all her flaws and troubles that don't stop her from being her best un...

    Mishell Baker concludes The Arcadia Project trilogy in outstanding fashion with Impostor Syndrome. The events pick up shortly after where they left off in Phantom Pains and both the Arcadia Project and Arcadia itself are in turmoil. With part of the United States Project members split ...

    This novel adds much richness to the world and story of the Arcadia Project, although I will say Phantom Pains remains my favorite of the series. I continue to resonate deeply with Millie, even as she baffles me at times. This series is so powerfully character driven, and has such a gr...

    I think this one might be my favorite, definitely better than the last one. It was a good ending for the series but also still open to the possibility of more books or even a spin off series (as far as I know this one was the last :/) Now I don't know what to fill the hole with that no...

    Impostor Syndrome is the final book in Mishell Baker's "Arcadia Project" trilogy, a series featuring Millie Roper, a double amputee with Borderline Personality Disorder who is drafted into the Arcadia Project - a global organization that handles interactions between humans and Fae, who...

    Very nicely done. This was a fine conclusion to this series, if that is what Ms. Baker intends. I very much hope for more, selfishly, as I'm not at all ready to be done with these characters. I guess I have a fondness for angry, somewhat hard to deal with women with issues. Gods kno...

    I enjoyed the caper but kind of missed the "here's a look into the head of someone with borderline personality disorder" parts of the previous books. I mean, fine for the parts that don't have it because the protagonist is practicing better habits, fine, but seemed like a underutilized...

    Another great book, highly enjoyed. But the main action sequence was written as a movie script? Complete with cues? It didn't work for me and was awful to sit through. But the cast continues to be comfortably diverse, and gave me a new idea. Which is that the fae manage their immortali...

    I don't think I'll ever have an entirely objective and unbiased opinion on this trilogy because it's just s o close to my heart but you can still trust me (or dont, i dont own you) when i say its just SO GOOD. If you like snarky characters, complex backstories, original and surpris...

    I liked this one less than the two previous books, though it was perhaps the most ambitious instalment in the series. Where the character development thrived, the plot dragged and felt clunky at times. Still, it didn't prevent me from reading long into the night. And since (view spoile...

    when i read some folks' reviews that said the ending was a lot - that it was beautiful and well written but that it would hurt and might not make sense - i wasn't sure what to expect. but i can now say that it was beautiful, and perfect, and well written, and it hurt, but it made sense...

    I really hope that there will be more of these books. It seems like this could be wrapped up with this book, but I really hope that there are more books in this series. I love how mental health has been mixed in with the fantasy of the world building to create a truly unique story expe...

  • Tad
    Mar 31, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/15/... While I will always continue to recommend and cheer on The Arcadia Project series, this third and I think final installment was probably my least favorite. Having said that, it was well written, as the two ...

    It is hard to read a book in which the main character spendm a good portion of it thinking about how it'd just be easier if they were dead (well, something like that). But this is the third book in the series, and, well, Millie is still Millie . . sooo... In this third book - the 'c...

    A return to the multiverse of the Arcadia Project with both the Seelie and Unseelie Courts divided, the Project at war with itself, and Millie and her friends right in the middle of it. With battle lines drawn between the rebel Arcadia Project in the West Coast of the US and the hea...

    A satisfying adventure with all of our friends! ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Arcadia Project was torn apart three months ago with half of the fey courts supporting L.A. and the other half staying loyal to London - and London is doing all it can to take out the resistance. Unfortunately, d...

    9.5/10 - Reviews at Pages Below the Vaulted Sky So this review started out as a normal review and then it morphed into a weird self-reflection/series appreciation/review monstrosity. Because my god, Imposter Syndrome made me feel a lot of things. It's a pitch-perfect conclusion (may...

    All the stars! ? Just some of the things that make this book awesome: * very diverse complicated characters that feel very real * believable realistic relationships * awesome writing style * humour :D * magic! The characters are so awesome and feel so human. They are l...

    Although my life got in the way a lot with this book I still enjoyed it very much. I like this series and am very hopeful there will be more. it's a terribly original approach to urban fantasy and the fae. I would love to spend more time with these inordinately real and broken chara...

    Every once in a while, you finish a book (or a series) and you sit there with a thousand yard stare. Because your world just changed, and you have to get used to living in the new one. No, I didn't discover unseelie fey coming through my broom closet. No, I am not a sidhe prince. ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A satisfying conclusion to one of the most inventive urban fantasies out there. Going through internatio...

    Another fantastic book in this wonderful series with oh so many unique characters. This series just feels so fresh and original. And Millie is more ?Millie? in this one again (after being not quite so in the last one). There?s a lot going on in this book. Fans of the series shoul...

    Between the fact that it'd been a while since I'd read the previous book and all the running around (so much running around) working on complicated plans I felt overwhelmed by details I couldn't clearly recall and underwhelmed by the overall momentum of the series. Fortunately, some re...

    I really love this as guilt-free escapist urban fantasy. There's something about adding larger themes of mental illness and suicide to the mix that makes me feel like I'm still being a productive human while reading it. Also, there's fairies. ...

    Easily the best of the three books. I spent most of today reading, and was thrilled by the growth of Millie, even while in the midst of a crisis. The ending (no spoilers) I felt was fitting, and I can honestly say that this book will be vying for a top five spot on my reading list this...

    If this is the ending to the Arcadia series, then it's a poignant send-off. All our favorite characters from the first two books have to band together on an interdimensional journey that's half heroic quest, half psychedelic heist-spree. They dig up revelations about the nature of powe...

    After three disappointing reads based on reviews in library catalogues for new books, I finally thoroughly enjoyed a book. It is the third installment in the series but still great. I love the protagonist withholding all her flaws and troubles that don't stop her from being her best un...

    Mishell Baker concludes The Arcadia Project trilogy in outstanding fashion with Impostor Syndrome. The events pick up shortly after where they left off in Phantom Pains and both the Arcadia Project and Arcadia itself are in turmoil. With part of the United States Project members split ...

  • Bradley
    Mar 15, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

  • Mogsy (MMOGC)
    Apr 02, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/15/... While I will always continue to recommend and cheer on The Arcadia Project series, this third and I think final installment was probably my least favorite. Having said that, it was well written, as the two ...

  • Katherine
    Mar 22, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/15/... While I will always continue to recommend and cheer on The Arcadia Project series, this third and I think final installment was probably my least favorite. Having said that, it was well written, as the two ...

    It is hard to read a book in which the main character spendm a good portion of it thinking about how it'd just be easier if they were dead (well, something like that). But this is the third book in the series, and, well, Millie is still Millie . . sooo... In this third book - the 'c...

    A return to the multiverse of the Arcadia Project with both the Seelie and Unseelie Courts divided, the Project at war with itself, and Millie and her friends right in the middle of it. With battle lines drawn between the rebel Arcadia Project in the West Coast of the US and the hea...

    A satisfying adventure with all of our friends! ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Arcadia Project was torn apart three months ago with half of the fey courts supporting L.A. and the other half staying loyal to London - and London is doing all it can to take out the resistance. Unfortunately, d...

    9.5/10 - Reviews at Pages Below the Vaulted Sky So this review started out as a normal review and then it morphed into a weird self-reflection/series appreciation/review monstrosity. Because my god, Imposter Syndrome made me feel a lot of things. It's a pitch-perfect conclusion (may...

    All the stars! ? Just some of the things that make this book awesome: * very diverse complicated characters that feel very real * believable realistic relationships * awesome writing style * humour :D * magic! The characters are so awesome and feel so human. They are l...

    Although my life got in the way a lot with this book I still enjoyed it very much. I like this series and am very hopeful there will be more. it's a terribly original approach to urban fantasy and the fae. I would love to spend more time with these inordinately real and broken chara...

    Every once in a while, you finish a book (or a series) and you sit there with a thousand yard stare. Because your world just changed, and you have to get used to living in the new one. No, I didn't discover unseelie fey coming through my broom closet. No, I am not a sidhe prince. ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A satisfying conclusion to one of the most inventive urban fantasies out there. Going through internatio...

    Another fantastic book in this wonderful series with oh so many unique characters. This series just feels so fresh and original. And Millie is more ?Millie? in this one again (after being not quite so in the last one). There?s a lot going on in this book. Fans of the series shoul...

    Between the fact that it'd been a while since I'd read the previous book and all the running around (so much running around) working on complicated plans I felt overwhelmed by details I couldn't clearly recall and underwhelmed by the overall momentum of the series. Fortunately, some re...

    I really love this as guilt-free escapist urban fantasy. There's something about adding larger themes of mental illness and suicide to the mix that makes me feel like I'm still being a productive human while reading it. Also, there's fairies. ...

    Easily the best of the three books. I spent most of today reading, and was thrilled by the growth of Millie, even while in the midst of a crisis. The ending (no spoilers) I felt was fitting, and I can honestly say that this book will be vying for a top five spot on my reading list this...

    If this is the ending to the Arcadia series, then it's a poignant send-off. All our favorite characters from the first two books have to band together on an interdimensional journey that's half heroic quest, half psychedelic heist-spree. They dig up revelations about the nature of powe...

    After three disappointing reads based on reviews in library catalogues for new books, I finally thoroughly enjoyed a book. It is the third installment in the series but still great. I love the protagonist withholding all her flaws and troubles that don't stop her from being her best un...

    Mishell Baker concludes The Arcadia Project trilogy in outstanding fashion with Impostor Syndrome. The events pick up shortly after where they left off in Phantom Pains and both the Arcadia Project and Arcadia itself are in turmoil. With part of the United States Project members split ...

    This novel adds much richness to the world and story of the Arcadia Project, although I will say Phantom Pains remains my favorite of the series. I continue to resonate deeply with Millie, even as she baffles me at times. This series is so powerfully character driven, and has such a gr...

    I think this one might be my favorite, definitely better than the last one. It was a good ending for the series but also still open to the possibility of more books or even a spin off series (as far as I know this one was the last :/) Now I don't know what to fill the hole with that no...

    Impostor Syndrome is the final book in Mishell Baker's "Arcadia Project" trilogy, a series featuring Millie Roper, a double amputee with Borderline Personality Disorder who is drafted into the Arcadia Project - a global organization that handles interactions between humans and Fae, who...

    Very nicely done. This was a fine conclusion to this series, if that is what Ms. Baker intends. I very much hope for more, selfishly, as I'm not at all ready to be done with these characters. I guess I have a fondness for angry, somewhat hard to deal with women with issues. Gods kno...

    I enjoyed the caper but kind of missed the "here's a look into the head of someone with borderline personality disorder" parts of the previous books. I mean, fine for the parts that don't have it because the protagonist is practicing better habits, fine, but seemed like a underutilized...

  • Briel
    Mar 23, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/15/... While I will always continue to recommend and cheer on The Arcadia Project series, this third and I think final installment was probably my least favorite. Having said that, it was well written, as the two ...

    It is hard to read a book in which the main character spendm a good portion of it thinking about how it'd just be easier if they were dead (well, something like that). But this is the third book in the series, and, well, Millie is still Millie . . sooo... In this third book - the 'c...

    A return to the multiverse of the Arcadia Project with both the Seelie and Unseelie Courts divided, the Project at war with itself, and Millie and her friends right in the middle of it. With battle lines drawn between the rebel Arcadia Project in the West Coast of the US and the hea...

    A satisfying adventure with all of our friends! ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Arcadia Project was torn apart three months ago with half of the fey courts supporting L.A. and the other half staying loyal to London - and London is doing all it can to take out the resistance. Unfortunately, d...

    9.5/10 - Reviews at Pages Below the Vaulted Sky So this review started out as a normal review and then it morphed into a weird self-reflection/series appreciation/review monstrosity. Because my god, Imposter Syndrome made me feel a lot of things. It's a pitch-perfect conclusion (may...

    All the stars! ? Just some of the things that make this book awesome: * very diverse complicated characters that feel very real * believable realistic relationships * awesome writing style * humour :D * magic! The characters are so awesome and feel so human. They are l...

    Although my life got in the way a lot with this book I still enjoyed it very much. I like this series and am very hopeful there will be more. it's a terribly original approach to urban fantasy and the fae. I would love to spend more time with these inordinately real and broken chara...

    Every once in a while, you finish a book (or a series) and you sit there with a thousand yard stare. Because your world just changed, and you have to get used to living in the new one. No, I didn't discover unseelie fey coming through my broom closet. No, I am not a sidhe prince. ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A satisfying conclusion to one of the most inventive urban fantasies out there. Going through internatio...

    Another fantastic book in this wonderful series with oh so many unique characters. This series just feels so fresh and original. And Millie is more ?Millie? in this one again (after being not quite so in the last one). There?s a lot going on in this book. Fans of the series shoul...

    Between the fact that it'd been a while since I'd read the previous book and all the running around (so much running around) working on complicated plans I felt overwhelmed by details I couldn't clearly recall and underwhelmed by the overall momentum of the series. Fortunately, some re...

    I really love this as guilt-free escapist urban fantasy. There's something about adding larger themes of mental illness and suicide to the mix that makes me feel like I'm still being a productive human while reading it. Also, there's fairies. ...

    Easily the best of the three books. I spent most of today reading, and was thrilled by the growth of Millie, even while in the midst of a crisis. The ending (no spoilers) I felt was fitting, and I can honestly say that this book will be vying for a top five spot on my reading list this...

    If this is the ending to the Arcadia series, then it's a poignant send-off. All our favorite characters from the first two books have to band together on an interdimensional journey that's half heroic quest, half psychedelic heist-spree. They dig up revelations about the nature of powe...

    After three disappointing reads based on reviews in library catalogues for new books, I finally thoroughly enjoyed a book. It is the third installment in the series but still great. I love the protagonist withholding all her flaws and troubles that don't stop her from being her best un...

    Mishell Baker concludes The Arcadia Project trilogy in outstanding fashion with Impostor Syndrome. The events pick up shortly after where they left off in Phantom Pains and both the Arcadia Project and Arcadia itself are in turmoil. With part of the United States Project members split ...

    This novel adds much richness to the world and story of the Arcadia Project, although I will say Phantom Pains remains my favorite of the series. I continue to resonate deeply with Millie, even as she baffles me at times. This series is so powerfully character driven, and has such a gr...

    I think this one might be my favorite, definitely better than the last one. It was a good ending for the series but also still open to the possibility of more books or even a spin off series (as far as I know this one was the last :/) Now I don't know what to fill the hole with that no...

    Impostor Syndrome is the final book in Mishell Baker's "Arcadia Project" trilogy, a series featuring Millie Roper, a double amputee with Borderline Personality Disorder who is drafted into the Arcadia Project - a global organization that handles interactions between humans and Fae, who...

    Very nicely done. This was a fine conclusion to this series, if that is what Ms. Baker intends. I very much hope for more, selfishly, as I'm not at all ready to be done with these characters. I guess I have a fondness for angry, somewhat hard to deal with women with issues. Gods kno...

    I enjoyed the caper but kind of missed the "here's a look into the head of someone with borderline personality disorder" parts of the previous books. I mean, fine for the parts that don't have it because the protagonist is practicing better habits, fine, but seemed like a underutilized...

    Another great book, highly enjoyed. But the main action sequence was written as a movie script? Complete with cues? It didn't work for me and was awful to sit through. But the cast continues to be comfortably diverse, and gave me a new idea. Which is that the fae manage their immortali...

  • Sheryl
    Apr 10, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/15/... While I will always continue to recommend and cheer on The Arcadia Project series, this third and I think final installment was probably my least favorite. Having said that, it was well written, as the two ...

    It is hard to read a book in which the main character spendm a good portion of it thinking about how it'd just be easier if they were dead (well, something like that). But this is the third book in the series, and, well, Millie is still Millie . . sooo... In this third book - the 'c...

    A return to the multiverse of the Arcadia Project with both the Seelie and Unseelie Courts divided, the Project at war with itself, and Millie and her friends right in the middle of it. With battle lines drawn between the rebel Arcadia Project in the West Coast of the US and the hea...

    A satisfying adventure with all of our friends! ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Arcadia Project was torn apart three months ago with half of the fey courts supporting L.A. and the other half staying loyal to London - and London is doing all it can to take out the resistance. Unfortunately, d...

    9.5/10 - Reviews at Pages Below the Vaulted Sky So this review started out as a normal review and then it morphed into a weird self-reflection/series appreciation/review monstrosity. Because my god, Imposter Syndrome made me feel a lot of things. It's a pitch-perfect conclusion (may...

    All the stars! ? Just some of the things that make this book awesome: * very diverse complicated characters that feel very real * believable realistic relationships * awesome writing style * humour :D * magic! The characters are so awesome and feel so human. They are l...

    Although my life got in the way a lot with this book I still enjoyed it very much. I like this series and am very hopeful there will be more. it's a terribly original approach to urban fantasy and the fae. I would love to spend more time with these inordinately real and broken chara...

    Every once in a while, you finish a book (or a series) and you sit there with a thousand yard stare. Because your world just changed, and you have to get used to living in the new one. No, I didn't discover unseelie fey coming through my broom closet. No, I am not a sidhe prince. ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A satisfying conclusion to one of the most inventive urban fantasies out there. Going through internatio...

    Another fantastic book in this wonderful series with oh so many unique characters. This series just feels so fresh and original. And Millie is more ?Millie? in this one again (after being not quite so in the last one). There?s a lot going on in this book. Fans of the series shoul...

  • Tatiana
    Apr 24, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/15/... While I will always continue to recommend and cheer on The Arcadia Project series, this third and I think final installment was probably my least favorite. Having said that, it was well written, as the two ...

    It is hard to read a book in which the main character spendm a good portion of it thinking about how it'd just be easier if they were dead (well, something like that). But this is the third book in the series, and, well, Millie is still Millie . . sooo... In this third book - the 'c...

    A return to the multiverse of the Arcadia Project with both the Seelie and Unseelie Courts divided, the Project at war with itself, and Millie and her friends right in the middle of it. With battle lines drawn between the rebel Arcadia Project in the West Coast of the US and the hea...

    A satisfying adventure with all of our friends! ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Arcadia Project was torn apart three months ago with half of the fey courts supporting L.A. and the other half staying loyal to London - and London is doing all it can to take out the resistance. Unfortunately, d...

    9.5/10 - Reviews at Pages Below the Vaulted Sky So this review started out as a normal review and then it morphed into a weird self-reflection/series appreciation/review monstrosity. Because my god, Imposter Syndrome made me feel a lot of things. It's a pitch-perfect conclusion (may...

    All the stars! ? Just some of the things that make this book awesome: * very diverse complicated characters that feel very real * believable realistic relationships * awesome writing style * humour :D * magic! The characters are so awesome and feel so human. They are l...

    Although my life got in the way a lot with this book I still enjoyed it very much. I like this series and am very hopeful there will be more. it's a terribly original approach to urban fantasy and the fae. I would love to spend more time with these inordinately real and broken chara...

    Every once in a while, you finish a book (or a series) and you sit there with a thousand yard stare. Because your world just changed, and you have to get used to living in the new one. No, I didn't discover unseelie fey coming through my broom closet. No, I am not a sidhe prince. ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A satisfying conclusion to one of the most inventive urban fantasies out there. Going through internatio...

    Another fantastic book in this wonderful series with oh so many unique characters. This series just feels so fresh and original. And Millie is more ?Millie? in this one again (after being not quite so in the last one). There?s a lot going on in this book. Fans of the series shoul...

    Between the fact that it'd been a while since I'd read the previous book and all the running around (so much running around) working on complicated plans I felt overwhelmed by details I couldn't clearly recall and underwhelmed by the overall momentum of the series. Fortunately, some re...

    I really love this as guilt-free escapist urban fantasy. There's something about adding larger themes of mental illness and suicide to the mix that makes me feel like I'm still being a productive human while reading it. Also, there's fairies. ...

    Easily the best of the three books. I spent most of today reading, and was thrilled by the growth of Millie, even while in the midst of a crisis. The ending (no spoilers) I felt was fitting, and I can honestly say that this book will be vying for a top five spot on my reading list this...

    If this is the ending to the Arcadia series, then it's a poignant send-off. All our favorite characters from the first two books have to band together on an interdimensional journey that's half heroic quest, half psychedelic heist-spree. They dig up revelations about the nature of powe...

    After three disappointing reads based on reviews in library catalogues for new books, I finally thoroughly enjoyed a book. It is the third installment in the series but still great. I love the protagonist withholding all her flaws and troubles that don't stop her from being her best un...

  • Elitsa
    Apr 02, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/15/... While I will always continue to recommend and cheer on The Arcadia Project series, this third and I think final installment was probably my least favorite. Having said that, it was well written, as the two ...

    It is hard to read a book in which the main character spendm a good portion of it thinking about how it'd just be easier if they were dead (well, something like that). But this is the third book in the series, and, well, Millie is still Millie . . sooo... In this third book - the 'c...

    A return to the multiverse of the Arcadia Project with both the Seelie and Unseelie Courts divided, the Project at war with itself, and Millie and her friends right in the middle of it. With battle lines drawn between the rebel Arcadia Project in the West Coast of the US and the hea...

    A satisfying adventure with all of our friends! ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Arcadia Project was torn apart three months ago with half of the fey courts supporting L.A. and the other half staying loyal to London - and London is doing all it can to take out the resistance. Unfortunately, d...

    9.5/10 - Reviews at Pages Below the Vaulted Sky So this review started out as a normal review and then it morphed into a weird self-reflection/series appreciation/review monstrosity. Because my god, Imposter Syndrome made me feel a lot of things. It's a pitch-perfect conclusion (may...

    All the stars! ? Just some of the things that make this book awesome: * very diverse complicated characters that feel very real * believable realistic relationships * awesome writing style * humour :D * magic! The characters are so awesome and feel so human. They are l...

  • Lauren Stoolfire
    Mar 10, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/15/... While I will always continue to recommend and cheer on The Arcadia Project series, this third and I think final installment was probably my least favorite. Having said that, it was well written, as the two ...

    It is hard to read a book in which the main character spendm a good portion of it thinking about how it'd just be easier if they were dead (well, something like that). But this is the third book in the series, and, well, Millie is still Millie . . sooo... In this third book - the 'c...

    A return to the multiverse of the Arcadia Project with both the Seelie and Unseelie Courts divided, the Project at war with itself, and Millie and her friends right in the middle of it. With battle lines drawn between the rebel Arcadia Project in the West Coast of the US and the hea...

    A satisfying adventure with all of our friends! ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Arcadia Project was torn apart three months ago with half of the fey courts supporting L.A. and the other half staying loyal to London - and London is doing all it can to take out the resistance. Unfortunately, d...

  • Fabulitas
    Mar 20, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/15/... While I will always continue to recommend and cheer on The Arcadia Project series, this third and I think final installment was probably my least favorite. Having said that, it was well written, as the two ...

    It is hard to read a book in which the main character spendm a good portion of it thinking about how it'd just be easier if they were dead (well, something like that). But this is the third book in the series, and, well, Millie is still Millie . . sooo... In this third book - the 'c...

    A return to the multiverse of the Arcadia Project with both the Seelie and Unseelie Courts divided, the Project at war with itself, and Millie and her friends right in the middle of it. With battle lines drawn between the rebel Arcadia Project in the West Coast of the US and the hea...

    A satisfying adventure with all of our friends! ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Arcadia Project was torn apart three months ago with half of the fey courts supporting L.A. and the other half staying loyal to London - and London is doing all it can to take out the resistance. Unfortunately, d...

    9.5/10 - Reviews at Pages Below the Vaulted Sky So this review started out as a normal review and then it morphed into a weird self-reflection/series appreciation/review monstrosity. Because my god, Imposter Syndrome made me feel a lot of things. It's a pitch-perfect conclusion (may...

    All the stars! ? Just some of the things that make this book awesome: * very diverse complicated characters that feel very real * believable realistic relationships * awesome writing style * humour :D * magic! The characters are so awesome and feel so human. They are l...

    Although my life got in the way a lot with this book I still enjoyed it very much. I like this series and am very hopeful there will be more. it's a terribly original approach to urban fantasy and the fae. I would love to spend more time with these inordinately real and broken chara...

    Every once in a while, you finish a book (or a series) and you sit there with a thousand yard stare. Because your world just changed, and you have to get used to living in the new one. No, I didn't discover unseelie fey coming through my broom closet. No, I am not a sidhe prince. ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A satisfying conclusion to one of the most inventive urban fantasies out there. Going through internatio...

    Another fantastic book in this wonderful series with oh so many unique characters. This series just feels so fresh and original. And Millie is more ?Millie? in this one again (after being not quite so in the last one). There?s a lot going on in this book. Fans of the series shoul...

    Between the fact that it'd been a while since I'd read the previous book and all the running around (so much running around) working on complicated plans I felt overwhelmed by details I couldn't clearly recall and underwhelmed by the overall momentum of the series. Fortunately, some re...

    I really love this as guilt-free escapist urban fantasy. There's something about adding larger themes of mental illness and suicide to the mix that makes me feel like I'm still being a productive human while reading it. Also, there's fairies. ...

    Easily the best of the three books. I spent most of today reading, and was thrilled by the growth of Millie, even while in the midst of a crisis. The ending (no spoilers) I felt was fitting, and I can honestly say that this book will be vying for a top five spot on my reading list this...

    If this is the ending to the Arcadia series, then it's a poignant send-off. All our favorite characters from the first two books have to band together on an interdimensional journey that's half heroic quest, half psychedelic heist-spree. They dig up revelations about the nature of powe...

    After three disappointing reads based on reviews in library catalogues for new books, I finally thoroughly enjoyed a book. It is the third installment in the series but still great. I love the protagonist withholding all her flaws and troubles that don't stop her from being her best un...

    Mishell Baker concludes The Arcadia Project trilogy in outstanding fashion with Impostor Syndrome. The events pick up shortly after where they left off in Phantom Pains and both the Arcadia Project and Arcadia itself are in turmoil. With part of the United States Project members split ...

    This novel adds much richness to the world and story of the Arcadia Project, although I will say Phantom Pains remains my favorite of the series. I continue to resonate deeply with Millie, even as she baffles me at times. This series is so powerfully character driven, and has such a gr...

    I think this one might be my favorite, definitely better than the last one. It was a good ending for the series but also still open to the possibility of more books or even a spin off series (as far as I know this one was the last :/) Now I don't know what to fill the hole with that no...

    Impostor Syndrome is the final book in Mishell Baker's "Arcadia Project" trilogy, a series featuring Millie Roper, a double amputee with Borderline Personality Disorder who is drafted into the Arcadia Project - a global organization that handles interactions between humans and Fae, who...

    Very nicely done. This was a fine conclusion to this series, if that is what Ms. Baker intends. I very much hope for more, selfishly, as I'm not at all ready to be done with these characters. I guess I have a fondness for angry, somewhat hard to deal with women with issues. Gods kno...

    I enjoyed the caper but kind of missed the "here's a look into the head of someone with borderline personality disorder" parts of the previous books. I mean, fine for the parts that don't have it because the protagonist is practicing better habits, fine, but seemed like a underutilized...

    Another great book, highly enjoyed. But the main action sequence was written as a movie script? Complete with cues? It didn't work for me and was awful to sit through. But the cast continues to be comfortably diverse, and gave me a new idea. Which is that the fae manage their immortali...

    I don't think I'll ever have an entirely objective and unbiased opinion on this trilogy because it's just s o close to my heart but you can still trust me (or dont, i dont own you) when i say its just SO GOOD. If you like snarky characters, complex backstories, original and surpris...

    I liked this one less than the two previous books, though it was perhaps the most ambitious instalment in the series. Where the character development thrived, the plot dragged and felt clunky at times. Still, it didn't prevent me from reading long into the night. And since (view spoile...

  • Lindsay
    Mar 25, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/15/... While I will always continue to recommend and cheer on The Arcadia Project series, this third and I think final installment was probably my least favorite. Having said that, it was well written, as the two ...

    It is hard to read a book in which the main character spendm a good portion of it thinking about how it'd just be easier if they were dead (well, something like that). But this is the third book in the series, and, well, Millie is still Millie . . sooo... In this third book - the 'c...

    A return to the multiverse of the Arcadia Project with both the Seelie and Unseelie Courts divided, the Project at war with itself, and Millie and her friends right in the middle of it. With battle lines drawn between the rebel Arcadia Project in the West Coast of the US and the hea...

  • Becky
    Apr 15, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/15/... While I will always continue to recommend and cheer on The Arcadia Project series, this third and I think final installment was probably my least favorite. Having said that, it was well written, as the two ...

    It is hard to read a book in which the main character spendm a good portion of it thinking about how it'd just be easier if they were dead (well, something like that). But this is the third book in the series, and, well, Millie is still Millie . . sooo... In this third book - the 'c...

    A return to the multiverse of the Arcadia Project with both the Seelie and Unseelie Courts divided, the Project at war with itself, and Millie and her friends right in the middle of it. With battle lines drawn between the rebel Arcadia Project in the West Coast of the US and the hea...

    A satisfying adventure with all of our friends! ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Arcadia Project was torn apart three months ago with half of the fey courts supporting L.A. and the other half staying loyal to London - and London is doing all it can to take out the resistance. Unfortunately, d...

    9.5/10 - Reviews at Pages Below the Vaulted Sky So this review started out as a normal review and then it morphed into a weird self-reflection/series appreciation/review monstrosity. Because my god, Imposter Syndrome made me feel a lot of things. It's a pitch-perfect conclusion (may...

    All the stars! ? Just some of the things that make this book awesome: * very diverse complicated characters that feel very real * believable realistic relationships * awesome writing style * humour :D * magic! The characters are so awesome and feel so human. They are l...

    Although my life got in the way a lot with this book I still enjoyed it very much. I like this series and am very hopeful there will be more. it's a terribly original approach to urban fantasy and the fae. I would love to spend more time with these inordinately real and broken chara...

    Every once in a while, you finish a book (or a series) and you sit there with a thousand yard stare. Because your world just changed, and you have to get used to living in the new one. No, I didn't discover unseelie fey coming through my broom closet. No, I am not a sidhe prince. ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A satisfying conclusion to one of the most inventive urban fantasies out there. Going through internatio...

    Another fantastic book in this wonderful series with oh so many unique characters. This series just feels so fresh and original. And Millie is more ?Millie? in this one again (after being not quite so in the last one). There?s a lot going on in this book. Fans of the series shoul...

    Between the fact that it'd been a while since I'd read the previous book and all the running around (so much running around) working on complicated plans I felt overwhelmed by details I couldn't clearly recall and underwhelmed by the overall momentum of the series. Fortunately, some re...

    I really love this as guilt-free escapist urban fantasy. There's something about adding larger themes of mental illness and suicide to the mix that makes me feel like I'm still being a productive human while reading it. Also, there's fairies. ...

    Easily the best of the three books. I spent most of today reading, and was thrilled by the growth of Millie, even while in the midst of a crisis. The ending (no spoilers) I felt was fitting, and I can honestly say that this book will be vying for a top five spot on my reading list this...

    If this is the ending to the Arcadia series, then it's a poignant send-off. All our favorite characters from the first two books have to band together on an interdimensional journey that's half heroic quest, half psychedelic heist-spree. They dig up revelations about the nature of powe...

    After three disappointing reads based on reviews in library catalogues for new books, I finally thoroughly enjoyed a book. It is the third installment in the series but still great. I love the protagonist withholding all her flaws and troubles that don't stop her from being her best un...

    Mishell Baker concludes The Arcadia Project trilogy in outstanding fashion with Impostor Syndrome. The events pick up shortly after where they left off in Phantom Pains and both the Arcadia Project and Arcadia itself are in turmoil. With part of the United States Project members split ...

    This novel adds much richness to the world and story of the Arcadia Project, although I will say Phantom Pains remains my favorite of the series. I continue to resonate deeply with Millie, even as she baffles me at times. This series is so powerfully character driven, and has such a gr...

  • Belinda Lewis
    Mar 23, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/15/... While I will always continue to recommend and cheer on The Arcadia Project series, this third and I think final installment was probably my least favorite. Having said that, it was well written, as the two ...

    It is hard to read a book in which the main character spendm a good portion of it thinking about how it'd just be easier if they were dead (well, something like that). But this is the third book in the series, and, well, Millie is still Millie . . sooo... In this third book - the 'c...

    A return to the multiverse of the Arcadia Project with both the Seelie and Unseelie Courts divided, the Project at war with itself, and Millie and her friends right in the middle of it. With battle lines drawn between the rebel Arcadia Project in the West Coast of the US and the hea...

    A satisfying adventure with all of our friends! ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Arcadia Project was torn apart three months ago with half of the fey courts supporting L.A. and the other half staying loyal to London - and London is doing all it can to take out the resistance. Unfortunately, d...

    9.5/10 - Reviews at Pages Below the Vaulted Sky So this review started out as a normal review and then it morphed into a weird self-reflection/series appreciation/review monstrosity. Because my god, Imposter Syndrome made me feel a lot of things. It's a pitch-perfect conclusion (may...

    All the stars! ? Just some of the things that make this book awesome: * very diverse complicated characters that feel very real * believable realistic relationships * awesome writing style * humour :D * magic! The characters are so awesome and feel so human. They are l...

    Although my life got in the way a lot with this book I still enjoyed it very much. I like this series and am very hopeful there will be more. it's a terribly original approach to urban fantasy and the fae. I would love to spend more time with these inordinately real and broken chara...

    Every once in a while, you finish a book (or a series) and you sit there with a thousand yard stare. Because your world just changed, and you have to get used to living in the new one. No, I didn't discover unseelie fey coming through my broom closet. No, I am not a sidhe prince. ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A satisfying conclusion to one of the most inventive urban fantasies out there. Going through internatio...

    Another fantastic book in this wonderful series with oh so many unique characters. This series just feels so fresh and original. And Millie is more ?Millie? in this one again (after being not quite so in the last one). There?s a lot going on in this book. Fans of the series shoul...

    Between the fact that it'd been a while since I'd read the previous book and all the running around (so much running around) working on complicated plans I felt overwhelmed by details I couldn't clearly recall and underwhelmed by the overall momentum of the series. Fortunately, some re...

    I really love this as guilt-free escapist urban fantasy. There's something about adding larger themes of mental illness and suicide to the mix that makes me feel like I'm still being a productive human while reading it. Also, there's fairies. ...

  • Anatoly Belilovsky
    Mar 15, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/15/... While I will always continue to recommend and cheer on The Arcadia Project series, this third and I think final installment was probably my least favorite. Having said that, it was well written, as the two ...

    It is hard to read a book in which the main character spendm a good portion of it thinking about how it'd just be easier if they were dead (well, something like that). But this is the third book in the series, and, well, Millie is still Millie . . sooo... In this third book - the 'c...

    A return to the multiverse of the Arcadia Project with both the Seelie and Unseelie Courts divided, the Project at war with itself, and Millie and her friends right in the middle of it. With battle lines drawn between the rebel Arcadia Project in the West Coast of the US and the hea...

    A satisfying adventure with all of our friends! ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Arcadia Project was torn apart three months ago with half of the fey courts supporting L.A. and the other half staying loyal to London - and London is doing all it can to take out the resistance. Unfortunately, d...

    9.5/10 - Reviews at Pages Below the Vaulted Sky So this review started out as a normal review and then it morphed into a weird self-reflection/series appreciation/review monstrosity. Because my god, Imposter Syndrome made me feel a lot of things. It's a pitch-perfect conclusion (may...

    All the stars! ? Just some of the things that make this book awesome: * very diverse complicated characters that feel very real * believable realistic relationships * awesome writing style * humour :D * magic! The characters are so awesome and feel so human. They are l...

    Although my life got in the way a lot with this book I still enjoyed it very much. I like this series and am very hopeful there will be more. it's a terribly original approach to urban fantasy and the fae. I would love to spend more time with these inordinately real and broken chara...

    Every once in a while, you finish a book (or a series) and you sit there with a thousand yard stare. Because your world just changed, and you have to get used to living in the new one. No, I didn't discover unseelie fey coming through my broom closet. No, I am not a sidhe prince. ...

  • Marian
    Mar 25, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/15/... While I will always continue to recommend and cheer on The Arcadia Project series, this third and I think final installment was probably my least favorite. Having said that, it was well written, as the two ...

    It is hard to read a book in which the main character spendm a good portion of it thinking about how it'd just be easier if they were dead (well, something like that). But this is the third book in the series, and, well, Millie is still Millie . . sooo... In this third book - the 'c...

    A return to the multiverse of the Arcadia Project with both the Seelie and Unseelie Courts divided, the Project at war with itself, and Millie and her friends right in the middle of it. With battle lines drawn between the rebel Arcadia Project in the West Coast of the US and the hea...

    A satisfying adventure with all of our friends! ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Arcadia Project was torn apart three months ago with half of the fey courts supporting L.A. and the other half staying loyal to London - and London is doing all it can to take out the resistance. Unfortunately, d...

    9.5/10 - Reviews at Pages Below the Vaulted Sky So this review started out as a normal review and then it morphed into a weird self-reflection/series appreciation/review monstrosity. Because my god, Imposter Syndrome made me feel a lot of things. It's a pitch-perfect conclusion (may...

    All the stars! ? Just some of the things that make this book awesome: * very diverse complicated characters that feel very real * believable realistic relationships * awesome writing style * humour :D * magic! The characters are so awesome and feel so human. They are l...

    Although my life got in the way a lot with this book I still enjoyed it very much. I like this series and am very hopeful there will be more. it's a terribly original approach to urban fantasy and the fae. I would love to spend more time with these inordinately real and broken chara...

    Every once in a while, you finish a book (or a series) and you sit there with a thousand yard stare. Because your world just changed, and you have to get used to living in the new one. No, I didn't discover unseelie fey coming through my broom closet. No, I am not a sidhe prince. ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A satisfying conclusion to one of the most inventive urban fantasies out there. Going through internatio...

    Another fantastic book in this wonderful series with oh so many unique characters. This series just feels so fresh and original. And Millie is more ?Millie? in this one again (after being not quite so in the last one). There?s a lot going on in this book. Fans of the series shoul...

    Between the fact that it'd been a while since I'd read the previous book and all the running around (so much running around) working on complicated plans I felt overwhelmed by details I couldn't clearly recall and underwhelmed by the overall momentum of the series. Fortunately, some re...

    I really love this as guilt-free escapist urban fantasy. There's something about adding larger themes of mental illness and suicide to the mix that makes me feel like I'm still being a productive human while reading it. Also, there's fairies. ...

    Easily the best of the three books. I spent most of today reading, and was thrilled by the growth of Millie, even while in the midst of a crisis. The ending (no spoilers) I felt was fitting, and I can honestly say that this book will be vying for a top five spot on my reading list this...

    If this is the ending to the Arcadia series, then it's a poignant send-off. All our favorite characters from the first two books have to band together on an interdimensional journey that's half heroic quest, half psychedelic heist-spree. They dig up revelations about the nature of powe...

    After three disappointing reads based on reviews in library catalogues for new books, I finally thoroughly enjoyed a book. It is the third installment in the series but still great. I love the protagonist withholding all her flaws and troubles that don't stop her from being her best un...

    Mishell Baker concludes The Arcadia Project trilogy in outstanding fashion with Impostor Syndrome. The events pick up shortly after where they left off in Phantom Pains and both the Arcadia Project and Arcadia itself are in turmoil. With part of the United States Project members split ...

    This novel adds much richness to the world and story of the Arcadia Project, although I will say Phantom Pains remains my favorite of the series. I continue to resonate deeply with Millie, even as she baffles me at times. This series is so powerfully character driven, and has such a gr...

    I think this one might be my favorite, definitely better than the last one. It was a good ending for the series but also still open to the possibility of more books or even a spin off series (as far as I know this one was the last :/) Now I don't know what to fill the hole with that no...

    Impostor Syndrome is the final book in Mishell Baker's "Arcadia Project" trilogy, a series featuring Millie Roper, a double amputee with Borderline Personality Disorder who is drafted into the Arcadia Project - a global organization that handles interactions between humans and Fae, who...

    Very nicely done. This was a fine conclusion to this series, if that is what Ms. Baker intends. I very much hope for more, selfishly, as I'm not at all ready to be done with these characters. I guess I have a fondness for angry, somewhat hard to deal with women with issues. Gods kno...

  • Robyn
    Mar 18, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/15/... While I will always continue to recommend and cheer on The Arcadia Project series, this third and I think final installment was probably my least favorite. Having said that, it was well written, as the two ...

    It is hard to read a book in which the main character spendm a good portion of it thinking about how it'd just be easier if they were dead (well, something like that). But this is the third book in the series, and, well, Millie is still Millie . . sooo... In this third book - the 'c...

    A return to the multiverse of the Arcadia Project with both the Seelie and Unseelie Courts divided, the Project at war with itself, and Millie and her friends right in the middle of it. With battle lines drawn between the rebel Arcadia Project in the West Coast of the US and the hea...

    A satisfying adventure with all of our friends! ...

  • Lexxi Kitty
    Mar 23, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/15/... While I will always continue to recommend and cheer on The Arcadia Project series, this third and I think final installment was probably my least favorite. Having said that, it was well written, as the two ...

    It is hard to read a book in which the main character spendm a good portion of it thinking about how it'd just be easier if they were dead (well, something like that). But this is the third book in the series, and, well, Millie is still Millie . . sooo... In this third book - the 'c...

  • Philip
    Apr 07, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

  • Ellis
    Mar 15, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/15/... While I will always continue to recommend and cheer on The Arcadia Project series, this third and I think final installment was probably my least favorite. Having said that, it was well written, as the two ...

    It is hard to read a book in which the main character spendm a good portion of it thinking about how it'd just be easier if they were dead (well, something like that). But this is the third book in the series, and, well, Millie is still Millie . . sooo... In this third book - the 'c...

    A return to the multiverse of the Arcadia Project with both the Seelie and Unseelie Courts divided, the Project at war with itself, and Millie and her friends right in the middle of it. With battle lines drawn between the rebel Arcadia Project in the West Coast of the US and the hea...

    A satisfying adventure with all of our friends! ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Arcadia Project was torn apart three months ago with half of the fey courts supporting L.A. and the other half staying loyal to London - and London is doing all it can to take out the resistance. Unfortunately, d...

    9.5/10 - Reviews at Pages Below the Vaulted Sky So this review started out as a normal review and then it morphed into a weird self-reflection/series appreciation/review monstrosity. Because my god, Imposter Syndrome made me feel a lot of things. It's a pitch-perfect conclusion (may...

    All the stars! ? Just some of the things that make this book awesome: * very diverse complicated characters that feel very real * believable realistic relationships * awesome writing style * humour :D * magic! The characters are so awesome and feel so human. They are l...

    Although my life got in the way a lot with this book I still enjoyed it very much. I like this series and am very hopeful there will be more. it's a terribly original approach to urban fantasy and the fae. I would love to spend more time with these inordinately real and broken chara...

    Every once in a while, you finish a book (or a series) and you sit there with a thousand yard stare. Because your world just changed, and you have to get used to living in the new one. No, I didn't discover unseelie fey coming through my broom closet. No, I am not a sidhe prince. ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A satisfying conclusion to one of the most inventive urban fantasies out there. Going through internatio...

    Another fantastic book in this wonderful series with oh so many unique characters. This series just feels so fresh and original. And Millie is more ?Millie? in this one again (after being not quite so in the last one). There?s a lot going on in this book. Fans of the series shoul...

    Between the fact that it'd been a while since I'd read the previous book and all the running around (so much running around) working on complicated plans I felt overwhelmed by details I couldn't clearly recall and underwhelmed by the overall momentum of the series. Fortunately, some re...

    I really love this as guilt-free escapist urban fantasy. There's something about adding larger themes of mental illness and suicide to the mix that makes me feel like I'm still being a productive human while reading it. Also, there's fairies. ...

    Easily the best of the three books. I spent most of today reading, and was thrilled by the growth of Millie, even while in the midst of a crisis. The ending (no spoilers) I felt was fitting, and I can honestly say that this book will be vying for a top five spot on my reading list this...

    If this is the ending to the Arcadia series, then it's a poignant send-off. All our favorite characters from the first two books have to band together on an interdimensional journey that's half heroic quest, half psychedelic heist-spree. They dig up revelations about the nature of powe...

    After three disappointing reads based on reviews in library catalogues for new books, I finally thoroughly enjoyed a book. It is the third installment in the series but still great. I love the protagonist withholding all her flaws and troubles that don't stop her from being her best un...

    Mishell Baker concludes The Arcadia Project trilogy in outstanding fashion with Impostor Syndrome. The events pick up shortly after where they left off in Phantom Pains and both the Arcadia Project and Arcadia itself are in turmoil. With part of the United States Project members split ...

    This novel adds much richness to the world and story of the Arcadia Project, although I will say Phantom Pains remains my favorite of the series. I continue to resonate deeply with Millie, even as she baffles me at times. This series is so powerfully character driven, and has such a gr...

    I think this one might be my favorite, definitely better than the last one. It was a good ending for the series but also still open to the possibility of more books or even a spin off series (as far as I know this one was the last :/) Now I don't know what to fill the hole with that no...

    Impostor Syndrome is the final book in Mishell Baker's "Arcadia Project" trilogy, a series featuring Millie Roper, a double amputee with Borderline Personality Disorder who is drafted into the Arcadia Project - a global organization that handles interactions between humans and Fae, who...

    Very nicely done. This was a fine conclusion to this series, if that is what Ms. Baker intends. I very much hope for more, selfishly, as I'm not at all ready to be done with these characters. I guess I have a fondness for angry, somewhat hard to deal with women with issues. Gods kno...

    I enjoyed the caper but kind of missed the "here's a look into the head of someone with borderline personality disorder" parts of the previous books. I mean, fine for the parts that don't have it because the protagonist is practicing better habits, fine, but seemed like a underutilized...

    Another great book, highly enjoyed. But the main action sequence was written as a movie script? Complete with cues? It didn't work for me and was awful to sit through. But the cast continues to be comfortably diverse, and gave me a new idea. Which is that the fae manage their immortali...

    I don't think I'll ever have an entirely objective and unbiased opinion on this trilogy because it's just s o close to my heart but you can still trust me (or dont, i dont own you) when i say its just SO GOOD. If you like snarky characters, complex backstories, original and surpris...

    I liked this one less than the two previous books, though it was perhaps the most ambitious instalment in the series. Where the character development thrived, the plot dragged and felt clunky at times. Still, it didn't prevent me from reading long into the night. And since (view spoile...

    when i read some folks' reviews that said the ending was a lot - that it was beautiful and well written but that it would hurt and might not make sense - i wasn't sure what to expect. but i can now say that it was beautiful, and perfect, and well written, and it hurt, but it made sense...

  • Kathy
    Mar 22, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/15/... While I will always continue to recommend and cheer on The Arcadia Project series, this third and I think final installment was probably my least favorite. Having said that, it was well written, as the two ...

    It is hard to read a book in which the main character spendm a good portion of it thinking about how it'd just be easier if they were dead (well, something like that). But this is the third book in the series, and, well, Millie is still Millie . . sooo... In this third book - the 'c...

    A return to the multiverse of the Arcadia Project with both the Seelie and Unseelie Courts divided, the Project at war with itself, and Millie and her friends right in the middle of it. With battle lines drawn between the rebel Arcadia Project in the West Coast of the US and the hea...

    A satisfying adventure with all of our friends! ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Arcadia Project was torn apart three months ago with half of the fey courts supporting L.A. and the other half staying loyal to London - and London is doing all it can to take out the resistance. Unfortunately, d...

    9.5/10 - Reviews at Pages Below the Vaulted Sky So this review started out as a normal review and then it morphed into a weird self-reflection/series appreciation/review monstrosity. Because my god, Imposter Syndrome made me feel a lot of things. It's a pitch-perfect conclusion (may...

  • Josh S
    Mar 21, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/15/... While I will always continue to recommend and cheer on The Arcadia Project series, this third and I think final installment was probably my least favorite. Having said that, it was well written, as the two ...

    It is hard to read a book in which the main character spendm a good portion of it thinking about how it'd just be easier if they were dead (well, something like that). But this is the third book in the series, and, well, Millie is still Millie . . sooo... In this third book - the 'c...

    A return to the multiverse of the Arcadia Project with both the Seelie and Unseelie Courts divided, the Project at war with itself, and Millie and her friends right in the middle of it. With battle lines drawn between the rebel Arcadia Project in the West Coast of the US and the hea...

    A satisfying adventure with all of our friends! ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Arcadia Project was torn apart three months ago with half of the fey courts supporting L.A. and the other half staying loyal to London - and London is doing all it can to take out the resistance. Unfortunately, d...

    9.5/10 - Reviews at Pages Below the Vaulted Sky So this review started out as a normal review and then it morphed into a weird self-reflection/series appreciation/review monstrosity. Because my god, Imposter Syndrome made me feel a lot of things. It's a pitch-perfect conclusion (may...

    All the stars! ? Just some of the things that make this book awesome: * very diverse complicated characters that feel very real * believable realistic relationships * awesome writing style * humour :D * magic! The characters are so awesome and feel so human. They are l...

    Although my life got in the way a lot with this book I still enjoyed it very much. I like this series and am very hopeful there will be more. it's a terribly original approach to urban fantasy and the fae. I would love to spend more time with these inordinately real and broken chara...

    Every once in a while, you finish a book (or a series) and you sit there with a thousand yard stare. Because your world just changed, and you have to get used to living in the new one. No, I didn't discover unseelie fey coming through my broom closet. No, I am not a sidhe prince. ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A satisfying conclusion to one of the most inventive urban fantasies out there. Going through internatio...

    Another fantastic book in this wonderful series with oh so many unique characters. This series just feels so fresh and original. And Millie is more ?Millie? in this one again (after being not quite so in the last one). There?s a lot going on in this book. Fans of the series shoul...

    Between the fact that it'd been a while since I'd read the previous book and all the running around (so much running around) working on complicated plans I felt overwhelmed by details I couldn't clearly recall and underwhelmed by the overall momentum of the series. Fortunately, some re...

    I really love this as guilt-free escapist urban fantasy. There's something about adding larger themes of mental illness and suicide to the mix that makes me feel like I'm still being a productive human while reading it. Also, there's fairies. ...

    Easily the best of the three books. I spent most of today reading, and was thrilled by the growth of Millie, even while in the midst of a crisis. The ending (no spoilers) I felt was fitting, and I can honestly say that this book will be vying for a top five spot on my reading list this...

    If this is the ending to the Arcadia series, then it's a poignant send-off. All our favorite characters from the first two books have to band together on an interdimensional journey that's half heroic quest, half psychedelic heist-spree. They dig up revelations about the nature of powe...

    After three disappointing reads based on reviews in library catalogues for new books, I finally thoroughly enjoyed a book. It is the third installment in the series but still great. I love the protagonist withholding all her flaws and troubles that don't stop her from being her best un...

    Mishell Baker concludes The Arcadia Project trilogy in outstanding fashion with Impostor Syndrome. The events pick up shortly after where they left off in Phantom Pains and both the Arcadia Project and Arcadia itself are in turmoil. With part of the United States Project members split ...

    This novel adds much richness to the world and story of the Arcadia Project, although I will say Phantom Pains remains my favorite of the series. I continue to resonate deeply with Millie, even as she baffles me at times. This series is so powerfully character driven, and has such a gr...

    I think this one might be my favorite, definitely better than the last one. It was a good ending for the series but also still open to the possibility of more books or even a spin off series (as far as I know this one was the last :/) Now I don't know what to fill the hole with that no...

    Impostor Syndrome is the final book in Mishell Baker's "Arcadia Project" trilogy, a series featuring Millie Roper, a double amputee with Borderline Personality Disorder who is drafted into the Arcadia Project - a global organization that handles interactions between humans and Fae, who...

  • Jana.
    Mar 14, 2018

    4ish stars. A great series even if it?s kind of a mess. Is it too much to hope that this isn't the end? I love Millie Roper. To be clear, though, it?s kind of the same way I love Quentin Clearwater, so fair warning. She's wacky, outspoken, selfish, brilliant?, manipulative, ...

    There's a lot to love about this UF that refuses to bow down to the usual expectations. But then, this series does follow a *certain* set of expectations. For one, it completely relies on all types of mental illness to drive character arcs. It's not just the MC who is bipolar, who h...

    3.5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum https://bibliosanctum.com/2018/04/15/... While I will always continue to recommend and cheer on The Arcadia Project series, this third and I think final installment was probably my least favorite. Having said that, it was well written, as the two ...

    It is hard to read a book in which the main character spendm a good portion of it thinking about how it'd just be easier if they were dead (well, something like that). But this is the third book in the series, and, well, Millie is still Millie . . sooo... In this third book - the 'c...

    A return to the multiverse of the Arcadia Project with both the Seelie and Unseelie Courts divided, the Project at war with itself, and Millie and her friends right in the middle of it. With battle lines drawn between the rebel Arcadia Project in the West Coast of the US and the hea...

    A satisfying adventure with all of our friends! ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The Arcadia Project was torn apart three months ago with half of the fey courts supporting L.A. and the other half staying loyal to London - and London is doing all it can to take out the resistance. Unfortunately, d...

    9.5/10 - Reviews at Pages Below the Vaulted Sky So this review started out as a normal review and then it morphed into a weird self-reflection/series appreciation/review monstrosity. Because my god, Imposter Syndrome made me feel a lot of things. It's a pitch-perfect conclusion (may...

    All the stars! ? Just some of the things that make this book awesome: * very diverse complicated characters that feel very real * believable realistic relationships * awesome writing style * humour :D * magic! The characters are so awesome and feel so human. They are l...

    Although my life got in the way a lot with this book I still enjoyed it very much. I like this series and am very hopeful there will be more. it's a terribly original approach to urban fantasy and the fae. I would love to spend more time with these inordinately real and broken chara...

    Every once in a while, you finish a book (or a series) and you sit there with a thousand yard stare. Because your world just changed, and you have to get used to living in the new one. No, I didn't discover unseelie fey coming through my broom closet. No, I am not a sidhe prince. ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A satisfying conclusion to one of the most inventive urban fantasies out there. Going through internatio...

    Another fantastic book in this wonderful series with oh so many unique characters. This series just feels so fresh and original. And Millie is more ?Millie? in this one again (after being not quite so in the last one). There?s a lot going on in this book. Fans of the series shoul...

    Between the fact that it'd been a while since I'd read the previous book and all the running around (so much running around) working on complicated plans I felt overwhelmed by details I couldn't clearly recall and underwhelmed by the overall momentum of the series. Fortunately, some re...

    I really love this as guilt-free escapist urban fantasy. There's something about adding larger themes of mental illness and suicide to the mix that makes me feel like I'm still being a productive human while reading it. Also, there's fairies. ...

    Easily the best of the three books. I spent most of today reading, and was thrilled by the growth of Millie, even while in the midst of a crisis. The ending (no spoilers) I felt was fitting, and I can honestly say that this book will be vying for a top five spot on my reading list this...

    If this is the ending to the Arcadia series, then it's a poignant send-off. All our favorite characters from the first two books have to band together on an interdimensional journey that's half heroic quest, half psychedelic heist-spree. They dig up revelations about the nature of powe...

    After three disappointing reads based on reviews in library catalogues for new books, I finally thoroughly enjoyed a book. It is the third installment in the series but still great. I love the protagonist withholding all her flaws and troubles that don't stop her from being her best un...

    Mishell Baker concludes The Arcadia Project trilogy in outstanding fashion with Impostor Syndrome. The events pick up shortly after where they left off in Phantom Pains and both the Arcadia Project and Arcadia itself are in turmoil. With part of the United States Project members split ...

    This novel adds much richness to the world and story of the Arcadia Project, although I will say Phantom Pains remains my favorite of the series. I continue to resonate deeply with Millie, even as she baffles me at times. This series is so powerfully character driven, and has such a gr...

    I think this one might be my favorite, definitely better than the last one. It was a good ending for the series but also still open to the possibility of more books or even a spin off series (as far as I know this one was the last :/) Now I don't know what to fill the hole with that no...

    Impostor Syndrome is the final book in Mishell Baker's "Arcadia Project" trilogy, a series featuring Millie Roper, a double amputee with Borderline Personality Disorder who is drafted into the Arcadia Project - a global organization that handles interactions between humans and Fae, who...

    Very nicely done. This was a fine conclusion to this series, if that is what Ms. Baker intends. I very much hope for more, selfishly, as I'm not at all ready to be done with these characters. I guess I have a fondness for angry, somewhat hard to deal with women with issues. Gods kno...

    I enjoyed the caper but kind of missed the "here's a look into the head of someone with borderline personality disorder" parts of the previous books. I mean, fine for the parts that don't have it because the protagonist is practicing better habits, fine, but seemed like a underutilized...

    Another great book, highly enjoyed. But the main action sequence was written as a movie script? Complete with cues? It didn't work for me and was awful to sit through. But the cast continues to be comfortably diverse, and gave me a new idea. Which is that the fae manage their immortali...

    I don't think I'll ever have an entirely objective and unbiased opinion on this trilogy because it's just s o close to my heart but you can still trust me (or dont, i dont own you) when i say its just SO GOOD. If you like snarky characters, complex backstories, original and surpris...