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  • Amazing

    I dont usually leave reviews but with this trilogy i had too. The three books are truly amazing. They kept me hooked, wanting more and constantly kept me guessing. The characters were never what they appeared to be but constantly kept evolving and intertwining with each other. My favourite have to be Dr Lysander and Sandra, her adopted mother. With trilogy’s the plot can often get boring and monotonous but these books kept taking exiting turns without moving too fast or leaving things untied. I really struggle with the endings in most ya trilogy’s but this one was a perfect mix of happy endings and new beginnings. I really couldn’t ask for more.

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  • READ IT

    Just read it, trust me, you won’t regret it I don’t really want to write a review but I recommend 3 or 4th time reading I think...? Love it You know when you keep thinking about something you’ve seen in a movie or read and you can’t get it out of your mind until you revisit the origin of where the though comes from? This is what this book constantly does to me. Since I’ve already come this far, I might as well recommended these books whilst I’m at it if you love this series like me: •The Forsaken: by Lisa Stasse •Ashes: by Ilsa Bick •The Iron Fey series: by Julie Kagawa •Nowhere: by Jon Robinson

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  • Good but too compacted

    This was an interesting end to the trilogy but felt just rushed and compacted with too many twists and turns leaving the story feeling contrived. There was a sense for me of trying to compact to much into the storyline and although gripping made me feel saturated. Looking forward to Terry's next book though!

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