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Morning Star: Book III of The Red Rising Trilogy - Community Reviews back

by Pierce Brown
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Paint the Town Read
Paint the Town Read rated it 4 years ago
This slaggin' series has made my eyes sweat more than any other in a long (I'm talking not since Harry Potter long) time. It's so.... You connect with the characters. All of them. You feel for the bad guys, even. Everyone has their struggle. They all have something that you can connect to. Even the ...
Line Bookaholic
Line Bookaholic rated it 4 years ago
This is the third (and final) installment in the Red Rising saga. But a new book is coming out in January (Iron Gold), taking place ten years after the events of Morning Star. I don’t know why I did not pick this up earlier. I’ve read Golden Son in January 2016 and absolutely loved it and was so ex...
Wandering through the pages...
Wandering through the pages... rated it 4 years ago
I'm a little late to the party in reading this series. It's been on my TBR list for a while. I'm going to review all three together, but will avoid spoilers. This is a wonderful series. At first I classified it as YA, but it's really New Adult or a Crossover genre with adult. I also think it will ap...
Turn The Page
Turn The Page rated it 5 years ago
The trilogy ends on a solid note, an impressive effort by fairly new author Pierce Brown. Brown does a magnificent job of describing the conflict and pain Darrow feels as he escapes capture and reunites with his friends and colleagues to form the backbone of the Red Rising Rebellion (I made that phr...
susanvoss18
susanvoss18 rated it 5 years ago
Note: You really need to read the previous books in this series to understand this book. Book 2, Golden Son, left us on a hell of a cliffhanger. Luckily, Book 3 picks up where things were left, which was right in the middle of a mess. Our hero-to-be Darrow, the Reaper, is in desperate straights. Thi...
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality!
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality! rated it 5 years ago
Government is never the solution, but it is almost always the problem. - Chapter 21 The Reaper has come. And he's brought hell with him. - Chapter 48 Everything grand is made from a series of ugly little moments. Everything worthwhile by hours of self-doubt and days of drudgery. All the works by...
NerdyBirdie
NerdyBirdie rated it 5 years ago
So, I checked the Goodreads rating details for Morning Star, and apparently, I’m the 1% that didn’t like this book (more specifically, the 1% that gave this book a 2-star rating). You can imagine why I have to force myself to write a review for this. Okay, this has to be just me. Everyone seems to l...
YouKneeK
YouKneeK rated it 5 years ago
This is the final book in the Red Rising trilogy. This trilogy wouldn’t end up on any of my “favorites” lists, if I kept such lists, but I did like each subsequent book better than I had liked the one before. This book held my attention better than the previous book and much better than the first ...
Darth Pedant
Darth Pedant rated it 5 years ago
I'm a bit under the weather so this will be short. This book is a damn fine conclusion to the series. War is super-duper messy and Brown doesn't seem to be into pulling punches. It's dark, it's more brutal and gory than the previous books, and pretty much nothing goes exactly to plan. And I loved ...
Jasmyn's Reviews
Jasmyn's Reviews rated it 5 years ago
A very exciting conclusion to the Red Rising Trilogy - with lots of surprises. I wasn't sure how Pierce Brown was going to find a way out of the ending to Golden Son, but find a way he did. Darrow is back and so are the Sons, but neither of them is the same. Things are quickly escalating out of cont...
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