- File Size: 804 KB
- Print Length: 282 pages
- Publisher: Harvey Berrick Publishing; 1 edition (December 26, 2017)
- Publication Date: December 26, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0765BWQ24
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #314,362 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I'm rounding up to 4* for Zef. I really liked him, much more than I expected from his appearances in the previous books in this story. He showed what a huge heart he has in this book and I really loved seeing that. I love the family that Jane created throughout this series and am sad to see it come to an end. While there were a few things I didn't love about this book. I did love the way things were brought full circle. My heart even broke a little.
What pulled the rating down for me was Sarah. I didn't quite feel the connection between her and Zef. And the age difference really bothered me, specifically because of the way she acted. She was very immature at times and that made it hard for me to believe that Zef, someone 14 years her senior, would fall for her. As the story progressed I did warm up to her a bit, and that was mostly because of Zef. He deserved love and happiness in his life, and if she was the one who could give that to him, well who am I to judge.
This has been a really entertaining series. I loved the atmostphere of the carnival and feeling like part of the family. It is hard to say good-bye, but I think with this book Jane did a wonderful job of bringing the series to a close.
Thank you to the author for a beautiful ending to this series. Thank you for pulling all of the characters from the series together to give them the finish they deserved. Carnival is the final book in The Traveling Series & will leave you fully satisfied that the author has brought the characters full circle. As is the case with each of her stories there is a human nature story told. In Carnival, there is the story of Zef & Sara. So many differences in the 2 characters that cause obstacles to be crossed. They cross them only to make them stronger.
This story can be read as a standalone however, the reader would miss much of the background of the other characters.
The Traveling series leaves me thinking of my favorite ride at the fair/carnival....the ferris wheel .
I like how Zef story round up the series nicely. You will see the growth of some characters and I love the fact that Jane could always turn a sinner into saint. A reminder that people change and when given chance... for the better. And situation that’s not perfect might lead to a perfect ending. There’s quite an unexpected twist at every turn that made you wonder how it all would go but .. rest assure Jane won’t leave you hanging and unsatisfied.
The epilogue is just beautiful... you wouldn’t want to miss that. That’s all I’m going to say. You’re welcome.
Actually it's not.
Zef was a big jerk in the beginning. I wasn't sure how I was going to like him. Sara was scared and alone. But they found each other. Zef ended up growing on me and I ended up falling for him. Sara was a bit naive and definitely juvenile. She could be a bit annoying at times. I'm on the fence with the age difference but I looked past it.
I absolutely loved this book. I cried. I laughed. I had a few stomach drop moments. This was a true gem of a story.