This bittersweet ending of this marvelous triology was great. Collins pulled the story closed, without destroying the plot. The plot was great; showing how one girl, who is a hero in everones’ eyes, is broken and fighting for life. And Collins nails the ending, there are a worst games to play.
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This was a great read, I love the how the characters are themselves; how they are made and molded to fit the story. The plot and setting are fascinating, to see how a women who is raised for killing to being able see hope and a second chance.
This sequel to Graceling, was great, unlike Fire (the companion book) the plot was defined and moving. Seeing Bitterblue break so rules, and help her people is inspiring, by the end of the book, your still wanting to see Bitterblue keep progressing and helping her people.
I hear this was a great series, however I read up to page 94, and the plot is not even defined, and I am not enthused with hardly any character; so I stopped reading it.
I love this book, the mystery of the murder and the planning of murders was captivating. The main character was great she was a balanced between the two worlds, and she was smart enough to keep things balanced between both worlds of Dragons and Humans.
This was a different type of book, I enjoyed the fact that a woman can fight, but one that has the will power to do good in doing so. The mystery of “The Machinist” along with the society that Finley hangs around with makes this book great read, and a great story.
This is a very good book, I love the way it is written. The way the plot and characters flow is great.
This was a great sequel to The Girl in the Steel Corset. Even when this group of young adults goes to America, they still find time to have an adventure, and find a bad guy. I so cannot wait for the next book to come out.
Love this novel; it keeps the character’s personalities. The war that has been building up is full scale, and Paul keeps the novel going smoothly.
I love the way this book is through Bardon’s point of view. Paul does a great job at keeping the adventures going along. I so want to read the next book.