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    I Was Not Ready

    I WAS NOT READY. I loved The 5th Wave, was okay with The Infinite Sea, but The Last Star was a really satisfying conclusion to this series. There were a couple things I didn't like but overall I was really happy with how it ended. I definitely recommend this series to literally everyone because omg. Also, as a disclaimer, I am Evan Walker trash so I am probably a little biased about his role in this one. I really enjoy Yancey's writing: I love the parallels between what each character's point of view says and how they tie in from section to section. I did think there were too many point of views in this one and that it stretched my patience a little thin. I feel like I didn't need to know everyone's opinion on a situation and scenario; by taking me (and other readers) out of one point of view and swapping to another in the middle of a scene was a tad bit jarring. But I did like that everyone's point of view was really distinct. I had a bit of trouble during the beginning -- the other books break the point of views by the black pages. This one does it by labeling the point of view at the beginning of a chapter if it is switching, which was a bit confusing. The writing, however, was really engaging and unlike The Infinite Sea there was a lot more action and doing things rather than just sitting around. I liked that this one was broken down into four days but I didn't like the time skip at the beginning of the book. Time is a weird thing in this series and hasn't always been portrayed in a really good way but I think that was helped here by the use of just four days rather than allowing ore than that to continue. I also thought that there was a good mix of believable and storytelling in this one. I liked that the characters had issues but still had hope. People are going to either LOVE the ending or HATE the ending. There will be no in between. And I definitely was a fan, but I didn't necessarily love some aspects of it. But I think that was because of the weird presence of religion in this book? I mean, there was religion in the other books but it wasn't so glaring and obvious as it was in this one. It made me feel ... weird tbh. It almost felt like we were being FORCED to have faith. But I really agreed with the guy at the beginning that the faith we should have is that life goes on and I wanted THAT message to be present throughout the books rather than the one of God. Otherwise I don't really have any qualms about how it ended. Was it convenient? Yes but meh. It was pretty obvious to me what would have to happen even if I didn't know for sure which character it would be. I REALLY LIKE THIS SERIES THOUGH OKAY. I know people don't really like the first book and the second book was kinda blah (too much Ringer imo), but I am still so happy with this series. I am actually really pleased that I picked this one up when I did. I feel like a better person for having read Cassie's story. So if you're looking for a good alien invasion story, this is the one for you.
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    unexpected ending

    So I’m still trying to figure out what was real as far as the aliens and who was what. This is a decent ending to a good series. I liked it, but I’m still wondering about some things. I know it’s a good series because I’m thinking about what happened next for the characters. It didn’t end in my mind.
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    Good Sci-fi read.

    Felt a bit convoluted, but overall enjoyable book. Characters were developed well and each had its own story line.
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    Breath taking

    Awesome closure for the saga. Breath taking to the last page, leaving a feeling of "I want more". Go Cassie!!!
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    The last star

    Great characters and a good story. Was surprised they made on movie out of the first book. Doubt if there will be movies of the last two but I recommend reading them.
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