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Unmade (The Lynburn Legacy Book 3) di [Brennan, Sarah Rees]
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Praise for The Lynburn Legacy:
“A sparkling fantasy that will make you laugh and break your heart.”
—Cassandra Clare, New York Times bestselling author
 
Breathtaking, heartbreaking—a compulsive, rocketing read!”
—Tamora Pierce, New York Times bestselling author
 
“Readers will laugh, shiver, and maybe even swoon over this modern Gothic novel.”
—Melissa Marr, New York Times bestselling author
 
“A darkly funny, deliciously thrilling Gothic.”
—Kelley Armstrong, New York Times bestselling author
 
“Captures the reader with true magic: alluring, dangerous, fascinating, and breathtakingly real.”
—Esther Friesner, author of Deception’s Princess
 
Fans of Maggie Stiefvater’s Wolves of Mercy Falls books need look no further for their next series.”
SLJ
 
“Witty, take-charge Kami reads a bit like a British Veronica Mars. . . . Refreshing.”
The Horn Book
 
“Kami is a charming protagonist—full of vinegar and spice. Fans of romantic fantasy will devour it.
VOYA
 
“A laugh-out-loud delight.”
Publishers Weekly

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New York Times bestselling author Sarah Rees Brennan brings the Lynburn Legacy—her modern, magical twist on the Gothic romance and girl-detective genres—to a surprising and satisfying conclusion. Perfect for fans of the Beautiful Creatures and the Mortal Instruments series.
 
Who will be the sacrifice?
 
Kami is linked to two boys. One through a strong magical bond, and the other through unforgettable love. With Jared missing for months and presumed dead, Kami must rely on her link with Ash for the strength to face the evil spreading through her town. Working with her friends, Kami uncovers a secret that might be the key to saving the town. But with knowledge comes responsibility—and a painful choice. A choice that will risk not only Kami’s life, but also the lives of those she loves most.
 
As coauthor with Cassandra Clare of the bestselling Bane Chronicles, Sarah Rees Brennan has mastered the art of the page-turner.
 
A strong example of diversity in YA, the Lynburn Legacy not only introduces Kami Glass, a half-Japanese teen, but also includes an LGBTQ romance as one of the subplots.
 
“A sparkling fantasy that will make you laugh and break your heart.” —Cassandra Clare, New York Times bestselling author


“A darkly funny, deliciously thrilling Gothic.” —Kelley Armstrong, New York Times bestselling author
 
“Readers will laugh, shiver, and maybe even swoon over this modern Gothic novel.” —Melissa Marr, New York Times bestselling author


“Breathtaking—a compulsive, rocketing read.” —Tamora Pierce, New York Times bestselling author
 
“Captures the reader with true magic.”—Esther Friesner, author of Deception’s Princess
 
“A laugh-out-loud delight.” —Publishers Weekly


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  • Editore: Random House Books for Young Readers (23 settembre 2014)
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  • ASIN: B00JCS78CE
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Di Alessia il 6 marzo 2017
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
So many things happen in this book. I was so overwhelmed at The end that it took me a couple of hours to recover and write something about it.
I'm also angry with Sarah for somr things that happen here. Anyway these books where really good and I like The author style, so I think I'm gonna check more of her books out.
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3.0 su 5 stelle Good, but I think the author has better work in her. 17 novembre 2014
Di Kylin N. - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
Look, don't get me wrong. I enjoyed these books, but it's not because they are overall well-crafted stories. It's because Sarah Rees Brennan is SO good at one or two aspects of story telling, it overshadows the weaknesses she displays in other aspects. She's got a stellar ability to craft characters you care about* and want to have happy endings. BUT...

***Several spoilers below***

I wasn't sure I was going to buy this book after the second book in the series suffered from middle-book-itis, but I don't regret it. I found the resolution between Jared and Ash and Kami satisfying, so for me, a romantic at heart, that made the purchase worthwhile. I was definitely disappointed in the resolution of the entire story arc, however. I felt as if the author was trying to make the stakes really high for all of the characters, and yet things frequently seemed very easy for the protagonists. Oh no! Bad guys are trying to steal Kami's brothers for an unholy sacrifice! How terrifying! Yet, they were awfully easy to chase away. Rob Lynburn is such a terrifying villain! He appears out of nowhere and exacts his revenge on Kami's mother! And yet it's awfully easy for Kami et al to slip in and out of the manor house whenever they feel they need to. I approved of the fact that not all the wizards on Rob's side were pure evil, and yet instead of fleshing them out into characters that felt real, these conflicted sorcerers were used as Deus Ex Machina.

These varying stakes made the story feel choppy and the plot disjointed. It reminded of playing a video game where much of the action is exploration punctuated by moments of running from/fighting a boss who appears randomly.

I don't know. I am glad I finished the trilogy, but I just feel like Sarah Rees Brennan could just do so much better. This is an entertaining, but ultimately flawed effort. Good characters, good plot IDEA, failed execution. I think she's still growing past her background as a fandom writer. Don't flame me! Fanfiction is lovely and has its place for sure! But I think generally-speaking, even the most beloved of fanfiction has more emphasis on the pairing rather than a well-developed plot. And I can't help but notice that her Jared and her Nick read very much like her flawed and angry Dracos.

Give me another trilogy, Sarah. I'll buy and read it! But I need a bit more next time, or that will probably be my last one.

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*Although I have to add that it's a big pet peeve of mine that they all [every single one] have EXACTLY the same sense of humor... it blurs the lines between them too much. The ONLY reason why she gets away with it is because SRB is actually very funny. So I spent an equal amount of time giggling as well as eye-rolling.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Epic 29 settembre 2014
Di Nori (Nori's Closet) - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Originally posted to Nori's Closet (http://noriscloset.blogspot.com/2014/09/unmade-by-sarah-rees-brennan.html)

Ahhhhh. I don’t even know what to do now that this series is over. As I said on Goodreads, this book and this series is the kind you finish with a big exhale and sloppy smile. And then you feel the need to clutch the book itself to your chest in a weird, youthful book hug, not wanting to ever let it go.

Unspoken was my favorite book of 2012. Untold was one of my favorites of 2013. And now Unmade is also up there on my list for 2014. Reading this book was just so refreshing. It was like having my first pumpkin spice latte of the fall. It was like a really great phone conversation with my mother. And it was like meeting up with old friends I haven’t seen for a while, but am always wanting to see.

Brennan has character development down. There are few YA writers out there who can write characters like she can. All of the side characters own a piece of my heart. And Kami like is my heart. Then of course is the problematic romance. I love that this defies the YA paranormal romance stereotypes. Nothing is easy for the ship of all ships. And I like that the couple has problems. Things go from one insanely sizzling, button popping scene to moments of pure heartache. And I feel like this is so quintessential teen. This is real. It’s not about finding your soul mate at 16 and never having any problems. It’s about not knowing what the person you’re in love with is thinking (usually). It’s about changing your mind and not always thinking with your mind.

This book definitely gave me a case of the feels. Not everyone survives by the end. It’s definitely a lot darker than it’s previous books. There’s kidnappings, torture, grave digging, public sacrifice rituals, death, and lot of power struggles. There’s also a lot more relationship drama. There’s more danger for Kami’s little siblings. There’s more family drama between Kami’s parents. Yet, through all the drama and all the darkness, the same wit and humor pulled through everything. In fact, I think this was the funniest and snarkiest book of the series.

I found myself laughing out loud one moment, gasping in shock in another moment, crying for a wonderful character at another moment, and just having the full gamut of emotions here. Brennan is the kind of writer who holds the puppet strings to your feelings, and she’s not afraid to pull the strings tight enough to induce pain.

As with the other books, I found the plot/action to be nowhere near as great as the character development, dialog, and drama. Sometimes, I just don’t care as much about the plot as I do about the people, and that’s okay. I definitely care more about the characters in this series than I do for most other fictional characters, and that in itself is saying something. I am so beyond attached to these guys.

I’m so sad the whole thing is over. I’ve actually already gone back and re-read my favorite moments (definitely including the button popping scene!). And now I’m contemplating re-reading some scenes for a third time. The book is sitting right next to me. I don’t really have to say goodbye quite yet. I give this book and this series a 10/10.
5.0 su 5 stelle A Solid Conclusion to a Wonderful Series 16 novembre 2015
Di Alicia @ A Kernel of Nonsense - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
Sorry-in-the-Vale has come under siege, with Rob Lynburn taking control of Aurimere and demanding the town offer him a sacrifice. To defeat him, Kami has become Ash’s source. In the aftermath of battle, Jared, the boy she’d been linked to her whole life, gave himself over to Rob to save Kami’s brother and his aunt. Unwilling to accept she’s lost Jared forever, Kami will do anything to get him back. With more people succumbing to Rob’s will, Kami is more desperate than ever to save her town. When Kami discovers a way to gain more power in order defeat Rob, she must decide how much she’s willing to give up, because defeating him may cost her everything.

Unmade is the gripping conclusion to Sarah Rees Brennan’s Lynburn Legacy series. I’ve been holding on to this book for the past year because I wasn’t quite ready to say goodbye to this amazing series. Brennan is highly skilled when it comes to writing complex characters. It’s incredibly rewarding to see how each character has evolved over the course of three books, how small characters have become an intricate part of the story, and how characters you found off-putting have become ones you can’t help but like. Kami has come a long way since the beginning pages of Unspoken, when she was just a girl with an insatiable hunger for the truth and a drive that was infectious. Sacrifice has been an important theme throughout the series, and in this final book Kami must decide what she’s willing to give up in order to save the people she loves.

Jared is another character who has undergone a lot of changes, and his character development is perhaps the most rewarding. He’s always considered himself unworthy of being loved and struggled to connect with the members of his family when he’s always felt like an outsider among them. Throughout the course of the series, Jared has leaned to care about other people beside Kami, to see the value in others, and eventually finds his own worth apart from the girl who once defined his entire world. Brennan really knows how to let secondary characters shine. The people in Kami’s life are more than placeholders, they have real fears and desires; sometimes you agree with them and sometimes you don’t, but they are all incredibly well-developed. They exist on their own apart from the protagonist and I love seeing everyone interact with one another. From the wonderful friendship between Kami and Angela to the humorous interactions between Jon Glass and Lillian Lynburn, there’s something to love about any number of combination of characters.

My only real criticism for this final book is that these characters have been through so much, they’ve had to make sacrifices and lost people they loved, and I felt they deserved more than a chapter or two of happiness. Sarah Rees Brennan has an amazing ability to make you laugh and cry in the span of a single page, to make you smile and break your heart at the same time with this final book being no exception. I’ve enjoyed Kami’s journey immensely and am looking forward to Brennan’s future projects.
4.0 su 5 stelle Fantastic conclusion to the Lynburn Legacy. 28 ottobre 2014
Di Tina Le - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina rigida Acquisto verificato
Spoilers ahead! This is a review of book 3 in Sarah Rees Brennan's humorous and exciting Lynburn Legacy.

Cons:
Kami's relationship with Jared becoming a bit codependent and unhealthy when they were relinked. They did so well being unlinked, and then they regressed a bit. Which was rather sad.

The nicknames Kami gave Jared were confusing and a bit annoying.

The infighting and misunderstandings between Kami, Ash and Jared were rather annoying and disappointing.

Pros:
I loved how Kami finally understood and accepted Ash being brave despite his terror. I adored her reconciliation with her mother.

Jon Glass is amazing! I loved his humour, courage and incredible love for his family. Ten and Tomo are adorable.

Holly. My girl. So sweet, vulnerable and strong. Her reconciliation with Angela was so moving. I cheered for Holly so much.

What happened to Rusty was heartbreaking...

Angela was amazing. Loved her fierce loyalty to her brother and friends.

The action is exciting and fast paced. There's a sensitive depiction of non white and GLBT characters, and the prose is beautiful and poetic - haunting and suspenseful. A worthy end to the trilogy with a satisfying ending.
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4.0 su 5 stelle Why Be Broken When You Can Be Gold 26 settembre 2014
Di Stephanie - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina rigida Acquisto verificato
I've really enjoyed this series. The overall story was intriguing, but it was the characters that made it a delight to read. The witty remarks that come out of Kami's mouth on a regular basis made me snort with laughter, and the dynamics between all of the major characters - and even those few minor ones that had a chance to shine in this book - was just perfect.
On the flip side, the sheer...evil...of Rob Lynburn hit me like a sucker punch. Just the way certain events were portrayed in this book made that stand out in sharp relief for me, and I felt this knot in the pit of my stomach.
Things came together at the end - and not all wrapped up with a neat little bow, which I appreciated, because life is not like that - but I was SO HAPPY with how it all worked out for Kami and Jared. Love those crazy kids!
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