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- Print Length: 372 pages
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- Publisher: Thirteen Pages Press (May 22, 2012)
- Publication Date: May 22, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0085P3KAO
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #152,788 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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“Quinn and William …find themselves deciding between who they always thought they were, and who they’re meant to be.”
“And they just might be making some of those decisions together.”
It was also pretty evident that incidents at the end of Thorns were setting up some serious action/adventure for Blooms of Consequence (Dusk Gate Chronicles #4). The build up in Thorns of Decision made me eager to read Blooms of Consequence. I thought that Thorns was a nice comeback for Puttroff after my disappointment in Roots of Insight.
Quinn returns from the royal wedding to be sprung by her Mother for disappearing without approval. Her Mother is giving Quinn the silent treatment severely. Doesn't talk to her at all, skips out of the house before she wakes and doesn't get home until late. Her Mother doesn't want to discuss where Quinn even was or what she got up to. Is there something going on?
Quinn's friends are also very suspicious. Zander, her boyfriend doesn't know if he can trust her any longer. She comes home with injuries and Zander gets concerned and doesn't know what is going on. Is she cheating on him with William or Thomas (William's brother)?
Quinn's dreams are getting stranger and stranger. They are of her in Eirentheos and she feels they are trying to tell her something. But why would she be dreaming of Eirentheos in the first place? More secrets!!
This series is just amazing, with this installment having more intrigue. Totally original and so very addictive. The story is so enjoyable that you can't put it down. I can't wait for the next installment and I believe it will be released towards the end of November.
The good: Again, well written with no obvious grammar or spelling issues. I cared about the characters and felt invested in them. We FINALLY get a lot of answers to many of the mysteries that have been hinted at in the previous 2 books.
What I thought was weak: As I mentioned, this didn't feel as "plot driven" as the previous books. There was too much of her mom avoiding her. This never felt like a real response to me and felt more like a story device needed to accomplish what the author wanted to accomplish. Basically, the mom was acting like an eight year old. I just didn't buy the excuse that the mom gave her about why she wouldn't talk with Quinn or interact with her.
Overall, this book felt more like it had to answer a lot of questions and setup the final book of the series. I did enjoy it enough that I'm purchasing the next (and last) book of the series. Thus, I rounded the 3.5 stars up to 4 stars (since Amazon doesn't allow 1/2 stars!)