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    She didn't really give us an ending. It was quite good but I would love it even more if she and Alex weren't distant.

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  • Phenomenal

    Dystopia - Yet stunningly real and compelling offering so much insight into today. A trilogy that grew and grew in scope and depth. A love story fortunately free from the usual forays into dreary romanticism. A fantastic trilogy that would give The Hunger Games a run for distinction.

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  • miss

    really liked this trilogy but found the ending lacking.

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  • too many cliche..

    I like the title of this book, "requiem", very suitable title to a final book. Requiem brings more action, and details description of miserable life in the wilds, and I love how Mrs.Oliver use Solomon story to back-up her idea of sacrifice. As a final book, I didn't get a "satisfied" feeling, like, "Is it the end? Where's the other pages??" So many unanswered question and unfinished sub story here, it's like Mrs. Oliver runs out of paper. And once again, the cliche "finally" always happened! Why she must put the matters into something that soooo predictable, after all she has done in previous chapter?! Overall, this trilogy is really suits for young adult readers, to learn about the family, friendship, fight and the LOVE itself.

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  • Still left wanting

    One character i had been wondering about was not accounted for. it felt like a loose end.

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