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AnnaLund2011
AnnaLund2011 rated it 3 months ago
Elpída. Hope. Because without hope, we are all lost. Because without hope, we have nothing. The final installment of this trilogy leaves me shattered and sad, and full of anger towards the men who perpetrate this kind of abuse on children. But most of all, it leaves me with hope, exhilarated and h...
Purr More Bark Less
Purr More Bark Less rated it 1 year ago
I don't know what to rate this one. I keep waffling between 3 and 4 stars. I may end up changing the rating several times. It's a freakin' long book--about the size of two full length novels--yet I was engaged and compelled to keep reading. I didn't feel the need to put it down and that makes me wan...
Sandra @ My Fiction Nook
Sandra @ My Fiction Nook rated it 1 year ago
With this second book in the trilogy, C. Kennedy delivers yet again a stunning YA novel of loss and pain, of perseverance and overcoming obstacles, and of love, so much love.Tharros means Courage. And it will take all the courage Christy and Michael have to move forward.We meet Christy and Michael a...
The Way She Reads
The Way She Reads rated it 1 year ago
I could keep this review very short and just say: Cody Kennedy did it again; he broke my heart, showed me pictures and thoughts I didn’t want to see or think, and managed to lift me up in the process. Last year I read and reviewed Slaying Isidore’s Dragons and Omorphi is at least as good, as captiva...
AnnaLund2011
AnnaLund2011 rated it 1 year ago
We must start with courage. And Thárros is courage. Only in truly great fear, (or pain, or grief), do we need to muster truly great courage—but we do muster this courage, because without it there is no hope. And without hope, we are all lost. This story digs deep within, and it blasts open the...
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