- File Size: 651 KB
- Print Length: 234 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1945910178
- Publisher: Inkspell Publishing, LLC (June 2, 2017)
- Publication Date: June 2, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06Y1CLZ1F
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,109,908 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Starr Gone is the third book in the Starr Fall series and it picks up right where we left it in the Starr Lost instalment. What I loved about this book is the character development we saw in some characters, the twist and turns, the suspense and the adventure , as well as the romantic and the friendly elements. I truly enjoyed this one, but there was something that annoyed me and I hoped it would be a temporary blip in the whole book, but it wasn't and that made me enjoy it less than the previous books. [Maybe I shouldn't be that rough, but it was something that made me angry about the heroine and how easily she was misguided about certain aspects, when she was so smart and cunning to the point where they wanted her as an assassin. So for me it makes no sense to be that naive and gullible.]
"With Christian by my side, I can get through anything. The Organization. My grandparents. My psychotic friends. Anything."
Other than that, I can't wait to see the continuation of the series, because Kim's writing is one I enjoy and it grips me and has my attention while reading her books. It's always a pleasure, so I really hope that blip will be over sooner than later. Oh and did I mention how much I enjoy reading her secondary characters and even the villains of the story? I have come to the point to be suspicious of everyone. I don't know who plays a game, who's a good guy pretending to be bad and vice versa. I love that I can't judge so easily these characters and can't wait to read more about them! :)
First off I would just like to once again mention that I absolutely love this series, and I would even go as far as to say this was definitely my favourite book of the series so far. The book continues almost exactly where Starr Lost finished off, and that's just what I wanted! Starr Lost ended on such a cliffhanger and the outcome of the cliffhanger was handled perfectly.
The character development was AMAZING in this book. How Starr develops compared to the first book is something I've been waiting for the entire series, and I couldn't be happier with the badass Starr we have throughout this book. I loved how we got to see Starr separated from the main 'team' and got to see how she copes with things on her own, and just how quick thinking and quick witted she is as a person. I love her and Christian's relationship in Starr Lost, but seeing how she takes things in her stride without him, is absolutely brilliant. Kim you've outdone yourself with Starr here, one of my favourite female characters in the world.
Not only is Starr's character development but Di has such a change in herself and learns so well how to not only be a part of team, but to lead it in Starr's absence and I love her. I love how strong she is, but that she also shows weakness in this book, such as her explaining why she never felt she belonged. The underlying message within this book that family doesn't have to mean blood, and sometimes your closest family are those that you least expected is one of my favourite things about the entire series. The closeness of the team as a whole is better than ever in this book, and I love it.
The plot in this book was such a shock from the last two, the twists and turns that carry out throughout it are made me constantly on edge to know what happens next, and I was on the edge of my seat the whole time. I love the introduction of the new enemy the team have to face (no spoilers!), it adds such a fresh narrative to the story and keeps you on your toes, even three books in.
The ending was once again incredible. I was not even slightly expecting the book to end there, so when I pressed to turn to the next page and it came up with Acknowledgements I was frantically scrolling praying that there would be more! As shocking as it was, it was such a perfect ending, not the biggest cliffhanger but still making it so I need the next book now!
This series just keeps getting better and better, and with perfect character development, twisting narrative to keep you on your toes, and wonderful writing to keep you wanting more, it looks like the reign of Kim Briggs is definitely set for this year. I can't wait to see what the next book has in store for Starr and the team!
Thank you again to Kim for sending me Starr Gone! You're an angel!
Starr is such a headstrong woman by now. Running from the Organization for this long has taught her many things, sadly she didn't learn how to drop "trusting" from her personal description. When Christian and "shouldn't trust that guy" Jude run out to get pizza I just new another crazy twist was coming! Nothing could have prepared me for what came next though. Bottom line, power-hungry, no-emotion showing, southern grandparents are going to be in your nightmares! And as for Di, her POV has become vital to keeping up with what is going on, but also a refreshing beat when Starr is going through so much inner turmoil.
Kim Briggs is an absolute genius when it comes to keeping her readers salivating for what comes next.