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Write a customer llibba. It’s a very well-written book with great characters and the ending ties it up perfectly. Let’s get to the inevitable Girls finding their wings, and finding their light and dark corners.

I won’t complain about the size of your book when you have the good humor to do it for us.

Am I missing something? The time is at hand for a treaty regulating the magic so no group can oppress the others, but Gemma isn’t ready to disperse the enchantment vested within her. Because of that and because Libba Bray managed to make me feel bfay much about this book and that character, I gave it five stars.

Yes, I am one of those dreaded P. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

Bray takes the opportunity through Gemma, Felicity, and Ann to make her female readers aware of the expectations place This book was wonderful! Why should there be any debt? And Gemma has still not seen Kartik, and his whereabouts are also a constant strain on her thoughts. They put Circe in her place and all they have to do is share the magic with some of btay creatures and people in The Realms and things will be great.


This book is definitely my favorite out of the series which is also why I gave it 5 stars, du,ce the series as whole did not exactly captivate me.

There are far too many points of view that if you call yourself Christian you will probably have a problem with. I don’t believe in persecuting homosexuals but I do believe it is wrong.

Nightwing’s transformation from the strict, Victorian schoolmarm to the strict, U schoolmarm who knows about a secret layer of worlds besides our own, brah probably one of my favorite things about this trilogy. I felt so depressed. There are so many, many things that I find very wrong with this book. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Anne grew the most, I think. I realize that this book was definitely way too long probably pages too long but that honestly doesn’t make me love it less.

It’s not shocking that Libba did it, just that anyone could. View all 17 comments. You don’t really see YA authors going around view spoiler [killing off love interests. I had to give it 5 stars since it made me cry haha. I can’t possibly name all the books I’d have rather seen someone else die in that person’s place, or seen another kill themselves. Here are some of my favorit quote, go to the authors website, she is quite a character, i love her writing: To ask other readers questions about The Sweet Far Thingplease sign up.


I think all the girls are well-realized teenagers with their own unique qualities and flaws.

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The end to his story had far too much in common with Merlin’s fate for my taste. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally.

The fantasy elements weren’t strong enough to support the whole thing: Although it was slow in parts, I still enjoyed reading this book and I recommend this to those who haven’t read this series. View all 4 comments.

Oh man, the feels and nostalgia. Unfortunately Pip makes brwy wrong one, sacrifices Mr. I thought we were done with crippling indecision in the previous books.

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Nuria Barroso (Translator of Dulce y lejano)

There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Dec 23, Heather rated it it was amazing Shelves: Customers who bought this item also bought. Jan 06, Rebecca rated it liked it Recommends it for: This book is the last book in the Gemma Doyle trilogy.

If you long for something different than what society thinks you should, you’ll identify with Gemma’s continuing plight, feeling stifled by the corsets and aristocratic manners of Victorian England.