[Reading] ➲ The Sweet Far Thing (Gemma Doyle, #3) ➺ Libba Bray – Online-carhire-spain.co.uk

The Sweet Far Thing (Gemma Doyle, #3) It Has Been A Year Of Change Since Gemma Doyle Arrived At The Foreboding Spence Academy Her Mother Murdered, Her Father A Laudanum Addict, Gemma Has Relied On An Unsuspected Strength And Has Discovered An Ability To Travel To An Enchanted World Called The Realms, Where Dark Magic Runs Wild Despite Certain Peril, Gemma Has Bound The Magic To Herself And Forged Unlikely New Alliances Now, As Gemma Approaches Her London Debut, The Time Has Come To Test These Bonds The Order The Mysterious Group Her Mother Was Once Part Of Is Grappling For Control Of The Realms, As Is The Rakshana Spence S Burned East Wing Is Being Rebuilt, But Why Now Gemma And Her Friends See Pippa, But She Is Not The Same And Their Friendship Faces Its Gravest Trial As Gemma Must Decide Once And For All What Role She Is Meant For. Okay, I m going to start off with a warning I will be talking in detail about how this book made me feel and if you haven t read it yet it is possible that my feelings will give away a crucial plot point With that all I can say is I feel raw Absolutely raw I couldn t breathe And I cried A lot of tears were shed The ending is by far one of the most brilliant, brave things I have EVER read, that does not m This was okay, definitely not as good as the other two books in the series primarily because it was so unnecessarily long I was pretty bored Gemma was also muchof an unlikable character than usual But overall I enjoyed the trilogy a lot This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I am utterly distraught by this book My first hour free of it s torture I was a ball of fury Nothing made sense, the writing was crappy, and I had so many questions My poor husband didn t want to come near me and I didn t want to talk to anyone.I had such high hopes for this book Kartik and Gemma would finally find a way to be together, the magic of the realms would be figured out and dealt with, and Felicity and Ann would finally become real friends of Gemma s or else be rid of I definitel I am utterly distraught by this book My first hour free of it s torture I was a ball of fury Nothing made sense, the writing was crappy, and I had so many questions My poor husband didn t want to come near me and I didn t want to talk to anyone.I had such high hopes for this book Kartik and Gemma would finally find a way to be together, the magic of the realms would be figured out and dealt with, and Felicity and Ann would finally become real friends of Gemma s or else be rid of I definitely expected a little birmaturity to be given out by those girls, at least by Gemma, because generally when a person is given a large amount of responsibility, despite their age, and consciously decides that they need to live up to it, they don t act like retarded and petty 12 year olds.Here are just a few of my troublesWhy the crap does Kartik turn into a tree This doesn t make any sense I understand the And so ends the trilogy that began with A Great and Terrible Beauty, continued with Rebel Angels, and concludes in this final volume I liked the first one well enough because of its unique blend of a wild, magical, mythical realm barely constrained behind stiff Victorian curtains I really got into the second one as the plot becamecomplex, Gemma came into her own powers, Felicity and Ann s stories becamelayered, and poor beautiful Pippa was relegated to the Realms indefinitely Wh And so ends the trilogy that began with A Great and Terrible Beauty, continued with Rebel Angels, and concludes in this final volume I liked the first one well enough because of its unique blend of a wild, magical, mythical realm barely constrained behind stiff Victorian curtains I really got into the second one as the plot becamecomplex, Gemma came into her own powers, Felicity and Ann s stories becamelayered, and poor beautiful Pippa was relegated to the Realms indefinitely When I saw how thick the third one was, my eagerness ratcheted up a notch After all, I have been sitting around lately asking for longer books Suddenly, here one is.Unfortunately, 800 pages later, the best thing about it remains the first four words, it s lovely title, taken from a poem by W.B Yeats And it does capture the extremely bitterswee

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