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The Genesis Tree (The Tethered World Chronicles) (Volume 3) Paperback – May 29, 2017
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About the Author
Heather L.L. FitzGerald writes from her home in Texas, while dreaming of being back in the Pacific Northwest, where she grew up. When her four kids were young, she enjoyed reading aloud until her voice gave out. (Her son, who is autistic, would just move on to his favorite book on CD). Certain stories became good friends--the kind you want to revisit. The kind you wish never needed to say goodbye. Those are the sort of stories Heather aspires to write. Stories worthy of delicious coffee and tea, that are difficult to leave. Heather is a member of the North Texas Christian Writer's group and helps to lead the Manet Writer's group in Fort Worth, Texas.
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UPDATE: I finished the book, and though I'm sad this is the last in the series, I so enjoyed it. Heather's writing and descriptions take me right into the scenes. I'm hoping for a movie to be made of this series! I can see it now.
I know in reviews, the goal is to write them "spoiler free"; with "The Genesis Tree" I didn't know just how difficult that statement would be. Sitting here, contemplating how to gather my thoughts into this review, I'm realizing that it shall be difficult to say much without wanting to give away anything!
The Genesis Tree is a wrap up of this series - it is tying everything together at last. What an adventurous series this has been!
I really enjoy the author's creativeness and writing in these books - her imagination is spectacular and shows brightly through The Tethered World Chronicles. I am always thoroughly engaged reading her books. And I want a gnome. There was one part involving a gnome gaining access to a house through a doggy-door. That had me giggling!
Definitely read these books in order - that's a must. Best way to enjoy them - and of course, follow the plot.
Oh, and I wanted to be sure to add that I would personally recommend these books to a little more mature readers (15+ maybe) - this one has a bit more serious plot, with some violence and "gore". Nothing absolutely hideous, but still there were some gross moments.
The characters though! Getting to know them through each book has only made them more dear to me. And we got to see so much of Sadie and Xander in this one!!! Made me very happy. :)
And the ending. Very good.
I will say that there were aspects of this book that had me straight-out crying. But, no spoilers!
Mrs. FitzGerald can surely write a emotion-evoking book!
I got a free copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own and given voluntarily. No compensation was received.
The Genesis Tree starts out with the threat of the Tethered World being exposed to the world up top. Very quickly things get complicated and our main heroes, Sadie and Brady get separated to go their own paths to help protect their friends and family.
The feel of this final book is very different from the first two. This story hones in all the growth and how far the characters have come so far and then throws a couple unimaginable variables at them. As I was reading the book I kept thinking to myself that I had no clue how the author was going to tie all this up. For the record, none of the versions in my head ended up being correct, but I did guess one of the plot twists. It’s been a while since I have be so much “along for the ride” and didn’t know where it would end up.
While this story clearly showed an ending to a specific chapter in the characters lives, the ending also felt like it could be the launching point to further stories. The Tethered World is too vast to be contained in just three books.