Seriously, nothing happens during all of this except that DeStefano pretends to kill off a character and doesn't. I wish we got to know him a little better, but I loved the way this story ended for him. Maybe, to start, we should talk about Sever just a little bit. Okay, llego la hora de hablar de este final. Her almost death caused him to finally turn his back on his father. The characters are beautifully written and captivating.
Me siento generosa, así que por eso 1. I really don't like how Rhine is holding her ring off her finger on the cover. Like literally no one cares that Rowan's a shitbag. Rhine has finally gotten away from Vaughn, but is she ever truly safe from his evil clutches? I just really wanted more Rhine-Gabriel interaction to kind of solidify their relationship to make that a little more concrete. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web.
I finished this book last night. When Rhine was almost on death's doorstep because of his father, he didn't turn his back on his father. I finally realized why this series hasn't resonated with me the way I expected it to though. Speaking of her brother it's absolutely ridiculous that this guy is able to get away with bombing buildings. In the saga's chilling conclusion, Rhine's race against time brings her to Vaughn's eccentric brother Reed. I love Reed's inventive and curious nature, as well as appreciating him offering his house and protection.
Linden's death affects Rhine and Cecily much too badly. Overall, most of the characters in this book didn't make meaningful connections to each other - they felt forced and stilted. First off, I didn't like how many mixed signals we got as readers. She was an empty shell who we observe things from, but never get to know in any particular way. I would had liked her to find someone new. Él estuvo ahí para ella y con ella.
Rhine's emotions and motivations are easy to relate to. Some of the characters were absolutely fascinating and there were times when I was captivated by Lauren DeStefano's writing. He keeps thwarting Rhine wherever she goes, but somehow it's no longer ominous- it's like he's a fly that shows up to buzz around and get swatted off. We never really understood the specifics of the how the cure actually cured them, but I didn't really care that much about that. . Reading your review though has me kind of excited but I just hope the love triangle actually managed to intrigue me and get better in Sever! Nevertheless, fans of this trilogy won't be disappointed with Sever. She takes refuge in his dilapidated house, though the people she left behind refuse to stay in the past.
It surprised me, because very few things were left as open as I expected given the circumstances. And the bird is free and her face kind of looks happy. But I just didn't care. She takes refuge in his dilapidated house, though the people she left b Time is running out for Rhine in this conclusion to the New York Times bestselling Chemical Garden Trilogy. And seeing how the series deteriorated I'm forced to believe that the author wrote the first book but after publishing had no idea where to go with the series. Once I started reading it I just could not stop. Time is running out for Rhine in this conclusion to the New York Times bestselling Chemical Garden Trilogy.
Voy a suponer que es una metáfora de todos los experimentos para no terminar sintiéndome aun más molesta por los cabos sueltos. Destefano is an artist with her words and from within her mind she creates a world so beautiful and heart-wrenching, that the praise I give it will not ever do justice. The airplane, the apples, old books, jars, globe, old bedframe all come into play as you read. However, their journey leads them back to Madame Soleski's carnival-brothel - and ultimately to Vaughn who holds the key to Rhine understanding her past and her future. It just lacked the punch it should have had as the end of a trilogy, but the introduction of new characters and an intriguing world were enough for me to still enjoy Sever. Seriously, the only plot arc to this series is Rhine trying to do something and getting captured by Vaughn.
Please, tell me more about how traumatizing that was for you. Do you see what I'm saying? Happy or not, questions were answered and the story completed in the more than satisfactory sense that made me turn the pages faster than the fan that was blowing humid air in my face. Cecily did alot of growing up in this book, and I was happy to finally really witness her character fully develop. Immediately after reading book 2: sigh. Let's start with the complete helpless idiocy of our ma This is honestly the worst fucking book I've read in my life. So many things with the potential for drama and strong feelings happen, but there was no impact for me.