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    Great story

    I actually thought I had come to the end of this book 3 times! Well done.
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    Wow

    This book answers the questions & yearnings of its predecessors, and leaves you questioning and yearning for more! A quick, engrossing, enthralling story, I can't wait fore more.
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    Definitely enjoyed!

    I thoroughly enjiyed the series and would recommend to those into fantasy. I couldn't wait fir the last book to comr out, the last serieI was tbis excited for was Harry Potter.
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    How does one end a trilogy?

    Laini Taylor somehow wraps up this fantastical series leaving it even bigger and more magical than the two books before it. I have reread the series three times now, because I can't believe that is the end of the tale of Eretz. It is hard to believe how far the series has come from first meeting Karou at an art school in Prague, but everything makes sense (as far as magic, veils, and godstars go) at the end somehow. I felt like i was waiting for Karou and Akiva to finally be together and happy (spoiler! ) until the absolute last page and then iTS ALL OVER... anyways, the series was entertaining, magical and there are definitely moments that made my eyes water or my heart clench... and i definitely would love to see any movie adaptation that would come of it.
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    Dreams of Gods & Monsters

    Couldn't put it down!
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