Mirror Sight: Book Five of Green Rider
Publish date: May 6th 2014
Pages no: 992
Edition language: English
Series: Green Rider (#5)
Well, I guess I didn't hate this book as much as most people. I think this was because I had read a lot of reviews beforehand and kind of knew what to expect. Was the book an unnecessary piece to the overall green rider story? Probably. Was it a bit strange that Britain went steam punk on us? Defini...
Just a warning ahead of time, this review may contain some spoilers, but I'm not hiding any of them.Where to begin...I was extremely happy to be reading this Mirror Sight. I've waited for 3 years for it to be released. There were major cliffhangers and plot threads just waiting to be resolved or to ...
At around page 464 of this 700+ page monstrosity, I finally had to admit that I just don't have any fucks to give anymore. The series started going downhill with book 3 and now it's hit rock bottom. The story, at book five, has already reached Robert Jordan and George R.R. Martin levels of dragged...
The further I read the more irate I became with the author. I don't see how Britain can rectify all the damage she has done to the Green Rider series with this one book, so I'm washing my hands of the whole damn thing. This book is predominantly set in an industrialized world at some time in the fu...
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