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- Publisher: StarFinder Press (July 6, 2017)
- Publication Date: July 6, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B0732P3VZR
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white dawn (Black Tiger Series Book 3) Kindle Edition
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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Overall, by the end, a satisfying conclusion to this trilogy.
Confession: I wasn't as fond of Aurora. I liked her character, but can't deny that I was just waiting for a certain someone to come back on the screen because I LOVED that character. Aurora has a different voice (though certainly not bad) that took some time to get use to. However, I truly admire Aurora's strength and was amazed at how one person (Ember) can greatly affect the lives around us when we step out to make a change. I was very touched by that message.
THAT ENDING WAS AMAZING!!! Yes, I am totally yelling this because it was all I wanted and more! All the struggles, the pain. That ending makes up for it all.
Lastly, I will not say who, but I am really thankful for the redemption of a certain character. I didn't know I was needing it until the author wrote it.
Overall, this was a much more emotional novel then the first two, but just as good (even if some parts made me a little bit uncomfortable). If you love dystopian, this is definitely a must read series!
*(I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts expressed were my own and was not required to write a positive review.)*
I am still stewing on this third and last installment. It was so different from the first and second books. Everything that was hinted at came to a head in this one. I still didn't expect the twists and turns. I still laughed, cried, was wowed, shocked, and left with many thoughts.
There are very powerful themes of redemption and forgiveness, and the struggles to arrive to them. This is definitely a thriller with adventure, romance, and an odd technological fantasy twist.
I will reiterate as I did for the second book's review that each family must decide personally if this series is ok for their family. There are some very serious and tragic elements in this story that left me with a wide range of very strong feelings. There are some very tough moments within it with which I would caution parents to make themselves aware before just handing to their teen.
I do not feel this story is for everyone, but if you are ok with gritty apocalyptic dystopian stories, you might enjoy this one.
I've had a love-hate relationship with Rain throughout the series. Fortunately, White Dawn ended on the love scale. :) Rain wrecked me with his sorrow and with his love for his Ember. I wanted to cry and shake him at the same time, lol. But in the end, he remembered Who is greater and straightened up.
Aurora. So it took me a better portion of this book to decide if I even trusted her let alone liked her. For that reason I'd give Ms. Baysinger an A+. There was no predictability where she was concerned and it made me tense and enthralled with the story all at once.
I won't really go into the other characters because then this review will never end ;). Suffice to say, they all make the book better and add some tension, not that this high-octane read needed any more. There were also some interesting scenes in here. I don't want to give them away, because I hate spoilers. But ack! I want to give them away. Each of them made me gasp in their own way. One because holy crawford, I did not see that coming. Another because holy crawford, I wanted to see it coming. And the third scene, because holy crawford, totally epic!
*I received a free copy from the publisher. This review is my own, honest opinion.