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- Publication date : February 13, 2013
- File size : 2394 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 296 pages
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Language: : English
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- ASIN : B00BFNYBMY
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,026,855 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I can't believe this is the end of Avalons story! a great trilogy and one that I enjoyed reading over to refresh my memory and prep for this last instalment.
This book starts fantastically, and progresses to get better and better, and then at the end BAM, it's over, no closure for half of the characters and the other half are rendered moot. very anti-climatic
what happened to Martinez? he got his memory back and disappeared. What happened to the Slave trade, yes they blew up the main building, but the slave trade is WORLD WIDE as pointed out so many times, who went on the mission to destroy that?
What happened at the Manor, the Head of the manor collected old human items, which was obviously taboo (otherwise why be locked up) and he just pops back into the series at the end and disappears again.
What happened to the Seth Swaggart? he was following Ava doomsaying and then disappears. His story felt like it was going to go somewhere with Ava, but never eventuated.
Camryn is pregnant, but to who? What happened to Dagon?
So many characters got brough into this series and then petered away into nothing, and some of their stories were brought up as if important, then dismissed. I really felt that it was uneccissary to provide background/personal stories on characters (like the asassin) that in the end were unimportant. Like saying that Ava had to die for everyone to win. She doesn't die and there's no uproar, but they win after killing only two more guards (and what happened to Ethel?)
There were also a few discrepencies from the first two books. 'Time pieces' started being called 'clocks' and Ava asked for her friends to stop arguing and treat each other like human beings. But Humans are treated badly in this series- so that doesn't work.
but enough of whinging!
I loved the premise of this book, the freeing of humans and how each book had a slightly seperate issue to face for Ava and Jack. And written in the kind of way that at the end of each chapter, you just have to read the next little bit!
This was one of those awesome series that you just can't put down. I was up til early hours of the morning wanting to see how they were going. I hope we see more stories from this world, spin off of some of the other characters, I'd LOVE to see Helenas story!! perhaps that would be a good way to wrap up some of the other characters stories too :)
I loved the last installment of this series! It was great to see what Avalon goes through towards the end of her amazing journey. Avalon is quite a character.
There are some great new characters mentioned and quite a few surprises as well! The new characters I took a liking to some of them. I like how the author came up with different characters in the book that have different abilities. It kind of has a clash of Xmen and magic. That what comes to my mind when I read these series. As for the surprises, you'll have to read about it! I'll give you one hint thought: Hawthorne!
The adventure that Avalon goes on this time around is quite a whirlwind! She has her ups and downs in the book which I loved. I enjoyed reading the emotions that came out from the book. Besides Avalon dealing with emotions, it was nice to see Jack's emotions as well. Hurt, jealousy, laughter, worried some, anger all played a part in this book! I loved how Avalon's father played such a great part in this book too.
Action is never ending in this book. There is always something happening. I loved how I could keep up with the action in the book on the matters of taking down the government who is doing awful things to humans. It's a powerful read!
The ending of Avalon and Jack's future was quite nice to see. It was cute! It wasn't what I was expecting to read in this last book. Thanks to Kate for that!
I would still say read it, but expect it not to all make sense in the end.
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