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The third book of the series upset me a little bit, because of it's unfinished ending. I get the feeling that the author was going to write more, but never did. It just left me a little unsatisfied. It was an OK read. I mean, if I was a little bit younger then I would have definitely enjoyed it more, because reading it now I felt it was childish at some moments.
It doesn't necessarily mean it was a bad book. The ending was nice, everybody was happy and they would continue with their "normal" lives. Now I would want to, also, see the TV series and compare it to the Album). Aug 12, Cass Jensen rated it it was ok.
Not how i wanted to end at all. Jun 14, Noel rated it it was amazing Shelves:favorites. Sometimes I get nervous with book series, especially trilogies when it comes to YA, because some stories just shouldn't be told over various novels. Some authors should just get right to the point and tell you the story in ONE novel.
However, the publishing world likes trilogies. Anyways, this book series is not like that at all. It makes me sad I don't have this book to look forward to at lunch every day anymore. Liz Braswell Sometimes I get nervous with book series, especially trilogies when it comes to YA, because some stories just shouldn't be told over various novels. Liz Braswell upped the action, Album) the plot, had me stressing about Chloe, and hit us right in the feels a few times. I fell in love with the writing of this trilogy and I really hope her other books are just as great if not better.
Only one way to find out. This series is so good I can't recommend it enough. I wish the show wouldn't have been canceled and actually followed the storyline.
It had potential to be something awesome. If you're looking for a coming of age story about a supernatural girl trying to navigate teenage-hood whilst uncovering a whole new secret world this is it. Chloe is a badass warrior and a smartass.
I'm gonna miss reading Album) my homegirl's adventures. Sep 24, Victoria rated it really liked it. I really enjoyed this book much more then the first two. I was especially affected by the character development. In my opinion Chloe became such a stong and independent protagonist.
I loved her in this novel because you get to see how much she matured and the reader can tell how much stress Chloe feels. Any normal person would have the same reaction that Chloe had and thats what I really appreciated in this book. Another character I was impressed with was Amy. I basically hated her in the first I really enjoyed this book much more then the first two. I basically hated her in the first two novels and didn't understand why she was so "close" to Amy.
In this book Amy's attitude changed so much and you could really tell how much this entire experience affected her. All in all, the most outstanding aspect to this book was the characters. Dec 29, Melissa rated it it was ok Shelves: ya.
Maybe 2. I did like this one the best of the trilogy, though it started to lose me during the last third or so. It is an easy and quick read, but it was just too crass or something for my taste, and some of the relationships were poorly sketched toward the end. Some plot threads just disappeared and at least one just kind of ended off screen with little fanfare despite being a really big deal. One positive is that Chloe was perhaps likable by book three, even if any reference to the One Maybe 2.
One positive is that Chloe was perhaps likable by book three, even if any reference to the One being pure of heart still sounds a little bit like a joke. Oct 16, Christy rated it it was ok.
This is one of the most moronic, pointless series I've ever read. Again with the 16 year-old sex. Again with the 'hey, here's a cool plot point Again with the utterly pointless, underdeveloped characters, and really nothing at all to add to any over-arching plot. I'm so glad this is done. Mar 05, Bruna rated it liked it. I really liked how Chloe empowered herself but I felt like this series still needed a fourth book May 13, Jax rated it it was amazing. I barely review my books but I am so glad that she ended up with Brian.
Apr 28, Elyse ElyseReadsandSpeaks rated it it was ok. Alright, I'm done with all three. Man, these were not good. At all. But no, not good. View 2 comments. Jun 03, Georgeanne rated it liked it Shelves: fictionyoung-adult.
Interesting read. More focused on the supernatural plot. Jul 29, Miranda Summerset rated it really liked it. Dec 18, Jess Reidt rated it it was amazing. Last one was the best. Book and show were way different.
They don't match, like, at all. Apr 29, nidesia rated it liked it. This was super boring comparatively. Mar 13, Kat rated it liked it. I am conflicted about this book. I loved some of the ideas, like violence only begets more violence and sacrifice for others. The vigilantes are not a good thing and always end up badly was fantastic Also some scenes were great.
Chloe's clarity while looking down at San Francisco was nice and simple. The character development sucked. The characters who were supposed to be in love, well I had to be told about their interest I didn't feel it. The plot twist wasn't a twist at all because the author I am conflicted about this book. The plot twist wasn't a twist at all because the author had told in the previous book what was going Album) happen.
The ending was soooo bad. I know young adult novels like this end at the dance but really so many other ways this could have ended.
Plus there were at least three made four threads left dangling. I felt like the author left a possibility for a fourth but the reception wasn't good enough for the publisher to do one. Mar 19, Kayla rated it did not like it Shelves: dnf. Oct 15, Death Bed - Daktal - The Chosen One (CD, Jovy rated it liked it. And this is the final book of the series It seems to show how mature and flexible she was.
As the MTV Teenwolf characters always say, "it's better to tell them the truth" - finally Brian kissed Chloe when he thought he was dying at the Mai "private medical center" after Chloe and Amy rescued him from Dickless oops, I mean Richard. Chloe and Brian also did something more intense than kissing the night before the "truce meeting" happened and nothing bad or deadly happened to Brian at all.
I like this version better compared to the tv version where Brian died because he thought Chloe died due to a gunshot wound. I love this version because he died alone in his apartment in the tv version.
I was a bit disturbed by his "very fatherly attitude" towards Chloe. I'm not sure what I wanted to happen to him, which would give me more satisfaction - this death or some other kind of punishment. He was not in the tv version. She was trusting her instincts, it was such a "Madam Secretary" move or way of solving issues to anyone who did not get this analogy, it's a CBS tv show.
This truce meeting was not in the tv version. She wasn't planning on it but I'm assume that the historical conversations with Kim stuck in her mind and it was a subliminal decision which will be to her great benefit as a leader in the future.
This was not in the tv version. I'm assuming that it will be Kim and Paul in the future. This was definitely not in the tv version. It was inferred pretty clear in both tv and book versions that he is somehow aware of Chloe's origins and family history. What had happened to him? If he's dead or alive? It would have been a more humane touch How did she get Chloe's made-up children's book which she burned at the end of the 10th episode?
But where did Zane, the killer brother in the last 2 episodes of the tv version came from? Why did he want to kill Velentina and Jasmine? Torn between love and loyalty, she must summon the courage to stand up against the only family she has for the only man she will ever love. Yet even if Xcor is somehow granted a reprieve, he and Layla would have to confront a graver challenge: bridging the chasm that divides their worlds without paving the way for a future of even greater war, desolation, and death.
As a dangerous old enemy returns to Caldwell, and the identity of a new deity is revealed, nothing is certain or safe in the world of the Black Dagger Brotherhood, not even true love. Now with one foot on the coast in Vancouver, the group set out to create what would become their deep dive inward, The Unlearning Curve. Ireson's affinity for 60s and 70s psychedelic rock, as well as the nebulous electronica that came out of Britain from the likes of Underworld and a techno-age David Bowie, allowed Buck and Moore to take their vocals further down the rabbit hole to fever dream mantras and mad hatter ravings.
Relocations, breakups, releasing other projects and a daunting bout with cancer led to the album getting shelved for 3 long years. Inthe loose ends were tied up and The Unlearning Curve was unleashed, forging a new brand of psychedelic industrial. A concept album that persisted the notion of seeking beyond the material and the corporeal.
The group, now streamlined back to a duo, has Ireson at the reins of the sprawling production while Moore takes us on a trip through his tempestuous psyche. The 11 unforgiving tracks explore when calamity comes knocking unexpectedly on your door inspired by betrayal, divorce, personal loss and other blind-sided knocks to the ego.
Doom, hip-hop and Indian raga all leech into the groundwater giving the album an unparalleled sonic breadth. The sardonic trudge-hop of the lead single 'Chosen Sons' takes woozy mellotron strings and splices in cryptic samples, digital dive-bombs, a serene Arabian breakdown, and a punishing final statement amid the roars of beasts. Trumpeting guitar leads and flurries of piano lead the traitor to the gallows. Hip-hop meets doom metal on this stomping hell ride.
Redemption can be found on the B side of the record with the Indian cadence of 'Benediction' featuring Lyndsay Johnston or the zen freedom of 'Pathless Land' but the final word comes in the form of the devastating 'Bridge Burner'. A ten-minute epic that boils over with venomous indictments.
The fiery eruptions of the song's opening tirade thicken to oozing lava as the juggernaut slows to a pummeling, sludgy crawl, eventually turning to stone.
It Will Come Out of Nowhere came out February 15th, on limited release 2LP vinyl with custom slipcase and available on all major streaming platforms.
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