Part 3 of the Touchstone Trilogy.Cassandra Devlin doesn’t know what she's for. But she knows she's running out of time.Since Cass was rescued from the abandoned world of Muina, the Aussie teen has proven more than useful to the people of Tare. Expeditions to their home world no longer end in... show more
Part 3 of the Touchstone Trilogy.Cassandra Devlin doesn’t know what she's for. But she knows she's running out of time.Since Cass was rescued from the abandoned world of Muina, the Aussie teen has proven more than useful to the people of Tare. Expeditions to their home world no longer end in slaughter. The teaching city of Kalasa has been unlocked. After years of searching for answers, they are starting to make progress.But space is tearing itself apart. Ionoth attack in ever-greater numbers. And "the useful stray" has been injured so many times that the Tarens hesitate to use her for fear of losing her.With one particular Taren now her most important person, Cass is determined to contribute everything she can, and hopes to find some answers of her own. What is the link between Muina and Earth? Why are the reclusive Nurans so interested in 'rescuing' her? And what role in the crisis do the inhuman Cruzatch play?Can Cass keep herself together long enough to find out?
Publish date: November 23rd 2011
Publisher: Andrea K. Hösth
Pages no: 357
Edition language: English
Series: Touchstone (#3)
Deze recensie vercheen als eerste op Carpe Libra *Diepe Zucht* En zo eindigt met Caszandra ook deze serie… Ik vind het heel jammer om afscheid te moeten nemen van Cass en de Sentari. Er is nog zoveel waar ik wat meer van had willen weten! Gelukkig schrijft Andrea K. Höst nog een lang epilogue, waa...
An extremely satisfying conclusion to the trilogy! I was a bit worried that Host wouldn’t manage to draw all of her threads together, but I think she pulled it off. While I would love to know more about what happens in the future, it’s also a nice place to leave the characters. Except that we don’t ...
Andrea K. H��st always has unique stories to tell. I enjoy the first two books tremendously, but maybe reading all of them in a few days made me bored as I grab the 3rd book. The diary writing is becoming a dread. Too much details and repetition, which is great at first - very realistic, but I think...
4.5/5; 5 stars; AThere was a lot going on in this book. It was pretty exciting to learn more of the story of the original Muinans and to resolve the main conflict/mystery that carried through all three books.
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