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Rogue (Croak) Paperback – September 10, 2013
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PRAISE FOR ROGUE
"A gut-wrenching, laugh-out-loud, gritty, honest and brave ending to an appealing trilogy."
"Fans of Croak and Scorch will be dying to get their hands on this third and final book about Lex and her teenage grim-reaper friends and relations."
—VOYA, 3Q 4P J S
"The final installment of Damico's morbid and humorous 'Croak' trilogy . . . snarky comments between characters, humorous pop culture references, and quirky Afterlife denizens keep the story from being too heavy."
—School Library Journal
PRAISE FOR CROAK
"Go ahead and die laughing, knowing that the safe transport of your mortal soul will be the summer job of a sweetheart teen with godlike power and discipline problems. A lot of books make me wish I could live within their pages, but I wouldn't mind dying in this one."
—Adam Rex, author of Fat Vampire
"Creepy and hilarious."
—VOYA, 4Q, 5P
PRAISE FOR SCORCH
"An amusing blend of whimsy and humor with serious drama and blood."
"Characters are always as clever as we wish we were. . . . An irresistible blend of impending doom, irreverent humor, hormone-fueled make-out sessions, and creative world-building make this sequel stronger than its predecessor and will leave readers dying for the next book."
—School Library Journal
About the Author
Gina Damico is the author of Hellhole, Wax, and the grim-reapers-gone-wild books of the Croak trilogy. She has also dabbled as a tour guide, transcriptionist, theater house manager, scenic artist, movie extra, office troll, retail monkey, yarn hawker and breadmonger. A native of Syracuse, New York, she now lives in Los Angeles with her husband, two cats, one dog, and an obscene amount of weird things purchased from yard sales. Visit her website at www.ginadami.co.
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Okay, okay. The ending to the series is so not cool. Look, I don't need a book to end up all sunshiny and rainbows everywhere but this book broke my heart and not in a good way. I don't mind bittersweet endings, where like one of the friends of the main character dies but nobly and yeah. But our lovely main character Lex sacrifices herself. WHAT THE HECK?! First off, her death is n't noble at all. She thinks it is, but NO. First off she's leaving her parents daughterless. She is leaving her best friend Elysia behind. And she left Driggs all alone. This was the worst one to me. He has his friends but that is it. His life has been horrible from the very beginning, no parents, no siblings, his only father figure dies...so was it too much to ask that he gets a little happiness? I know you are all probably thinking: but she did it for the good of the cause and blah blah and didn't you see it coming and blah. And I did sort of see it coming but I denied it. I didn't think our darling author had the courage. A lot of horrible crap happened in these books, tons of great people died or were permanently hurt. Dare I say I hoped the heroes of the story could finally have a resolution that didn't leave them lost?
And I want to also clarify, up until the very end I ADORED all three books. They were funny, witty, yet about serious things with clear themes and plenty of entertaining action. I loved Driggs and Lex the most though. They weren't a perfect, amazing couple, but they worked so well together. They loved each other so much. So in the end I wonder how Lex could hurt him so deeply by dying on purpose? Didn't she love him enough to stay? Grotten or whoever, he didn't have anyone left to scar. He was a bad guy and though he may have deserved redemption he had lived long enough! His life had been lived, he did it rather horribly, but still!
AUGH I AM JUST SO FRUSTRATED I THINK AM GOING TO CRY OR PULL OUT MY HAIR.
I am sorry for those of you who loved it. But the ending...it just killed the whole series for me. I like a whole, solid, ending. I don't like an ending that leaves the series to be totally unsatisfying.
That is exactly what happened.