Storm

Storm Zenith is dead and in her new role as leader Sabine is struggling to guide Triskelia to victory in the battle against the Keyland Guard At first Sabine is grateful for Seth s army of boy soldiers an

  • Title: Storm
  • Author: Carrie Mac
  • ISBN: 9780670066025
  • Page: 369
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Zenith is dead, and in her new role as leader, Sabine is struggling to guide Triskelia to victory in the battle against the Keyland Guard At first Sabine is grateful for Seth s army of boy soldiers and his seeming allegiance with the rebels, but as the casualties grow she begins to question his intentions Eli is tasked with escorting child refugees away from the frontlinZenith is dead, and in her new role as leader, Sabine is struggling to guide Triskelia to victory in the battle against the Keyland Guard At first Sabine is grateful for Seth s army of boy soldiers and his seeming allegiance with the rebels, but as the casualties grow she begins to question his intentions Eli is tasked with escorting child refugees away from the frontline, and along the way he comes up with a peaceful strategy for helping the revolution.When the storm finally abates, who will go on to lead the new world, in whatever form it takes

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    1. "Where is the plot going????" I wondered as I read this book, feeling lost. The first book was truly amazing, the second not so great but bearable, and then I read this and felt no satisfaction when I finished the book. What happened to the trinity? Weren't Sabine, Seth, and Eli supposed to work together?! - I gave up on Eli who played a part almost as an extra (despite being crucial in the first book I loved his character)- Sabine was suddenly ignorant and a shadow of her old self, acting despe [...]

    2. I really enjoyed the series. However I liked the first one better. Eli is a great character and the last book just kinda shoved him to the side. And what's with him becoming a reverend? And he tries dust after seeing the effects on Nappo? Like seriously? And after all that he ends up alone? It made me kinda sad. I also really liked Seth; he had great character development and his relationship with Rosa is so sweet. Overall though I really loved the trilogy despite the third book.

    3. I liked reading the final book of the trilogy (although there is a possibility to continue, so maybe?) but the constant war kind of got to me. The relationships between characters are as interesting as ever though and I'd recommend this to YA or sci fi readers.

    4. As the triplets separate – Sabine to lead the Triskelians to battle with the Keys, Eli to lead the orphans to safety, and Seth to prove his loyalty to Sabine and Eli – they manage to snatch victories from the shadow of defeat in a final conflict that costs them dearly.

    5. I absolutely love this series, and I'm sad it's over. My emotions were all over the place, and this book was just perfect, maybe a little too much war, but good nonetheless.

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