Broken Crowns

  • Title: Broken Crowns
  • Author: Lauren DeStefano
  • ISBN: 9781442496378
  • Page: 436
  • Format: Hardcover
  • [PDF] Broken Crowns | by Ë Lauren DeStefano - Broken Crowns, Broken Crowns War rages everywhere and Morgan is caught in the middle in the haunting conclusion of The Internment Chronicles from the New York Times bestselling author of The Chemical Garden trilogy The city is f
    [PDF] Broken Crowns | by Ë Lauren DeStefano - Broken Crowns, Broken Crowns War rages everywhere and Morgan is caught in the middle in the haunting conclusion of The Internment Chronicles from the New York Times bestselling author of The Chemical Garden trilogy The city is f

    • [PDF] Broken Crowns | by Ë Lauren DeStefano
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    1. I went into Broken Crowns with joy and trepidation The thought of being reunited with old friends like Morgan, Pen and Basil made me giddy with happiness, but that was curtailed by the realization that this is the final installment in the trilogy Picking up where Burning Kingdom s left of, the wars on the surface between Havalais and Dastor continue while King Ingram plunders Internment, who s own King is powerless to stop it.When Pen inform s Morgan that their home in the sky is slowly sinking, [...]

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    2. After the ending in book two, I was quite eager to see how it was all going to end While this book was good, it wasn t even close to what I was expecting.I ve liked Morgan from the beginning and that didn t change here My favorite has always been Basil and I absolutely adore him Their relationship is for me one of the best parts of this story and I was a little disappointed to see that it felt like a place holder plot line Obviously everything between them including what happened in book 2 neede [...]

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    3. A couple plot points from first 2 books revealed, but nothing that would surprise you So there s this Twitter that s a parody of dystopian YAs written by the amusing Dana Schwartz Let me give you some examples What is a book I ask The word sounds strange.Baelem smiles They were like your Screens, but made of paper from trees, he answers.I have to make a choice whether my love for Anthem is important than the rebellion But what about The System I whisper They want to keep us apart I don t care a [...]

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    4. 3.5 starsAnother trilogy I finally finished It feels great I had Perfect Ruin for over 3 years and haven t read it And when I was able to get Burning Kingdoms and Broken Crowns on sale, I took a chance and read them And here we are, done with the trilogy And I m glad I read them It s an enjoyable trilogy with it s flaws I know there are some people who might find flaws with it, but overall, it s a good trilogy Not perfect, but good.Broken Crowns is a good book After what happened in book 2, I wa [...]

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    5. 3.5 5 starsBroken Crowns is the final book in The Internment Chronicles trilogy There will be some spoilers from the first two books.This trilogy is narrated by Morgan, a teenage girl from Internment the floating kingdom in the sky She and her friends left their home and went to the ground as they call it.This book picks up right where the last book left off On the ground there is still a war between the kingdoms of Havalais and Dastor There is still no word from Internment floating city in the [...]

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    6. I can t say i m satysfied with this ending Sure, it was nice but this series had potencial for so much and my favorite character, Judas, wasn t in 98% of this book He was merely used to cause disdain between Morgan and Basil and that was it for him I m not pleased by this Also Basil bored me to death and Morgan was stucked in the Interment even when she was on earth But Azure was a plesure to read.In fact, of this series,it feels to me, the only book worth reading is the first one.

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    7. Broken Crowns, the final book of the Internment Chronicles by Lauren DeStefano, is a book I was both looking forward to but also dreading I really enjoy this series and I am horrible with final books in a series mostly because I don t want the good ones to end On the other hand, of course I want to know all the things so it is a balance.The story picks back up shortly after Burning Kingdoms and we get to dive back into the world of the main characters, Morgan, Pen, Basil, and the rest of the gro [...]

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    8. This was a lot better than book 2, but I still can t help feeling disappointed It was too rushed, too lacking of any satisfaction You know how in Eclipse the vampires are planning to fight the newborns, but instead of seeing the awesome battle we re stuck with Bella, her undead boyfriend, and a dog in a damn tent Yeah, that was what happened here Something major occurs down in Havalais, but instead of witnessing it firsthand we have to wait up in Internment alongside Morgan Battle Tent Which one [...]

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    9. That cover got me like

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    10. Source Publisher Genre Young Adult, Dystopian Rating 3.0 MY Thoughts Broken Crowns is the third and final installment in The Internment Chronicles by author Lauren DeStefano The story picks up right where Burning Kingdoms left off The trilogy has been told in the first person narrative by Morgan Stockhour, a resident of the floating city of Internment Morgan has discovered that sometimes, things aren t necessarily greener on the other side Full Review Posted Gizmos Reviews 03 22 2016 gizmosrevie [...]

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    11. Lauren DeStefano could write a grocery list and I would give it 5 stars The end of the book leaves things open for a totally new series and I hope this is the direction she goes in some day 80% done with the book and I just about had a heart attack I would love to have seen from Judas, but maybe that s for another series Thank you Edelweiss for the ARC

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    12. Updated 6 3 16Rating 4 StarsWhenever I finish a book series, I have this habit of reading other people s reviews after I finish it This is partly because now that I know what happens and cannot be spoiled, I want to read why people both did did not like the book series, and be able to read their points and arguments and possibly counter them in my own review, and partly because I m super nosy.This is one of those times where I look at this book and read not so great reviews, and just have to who [...]

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    13. I m sad to see this series end, but I anticipate the next literary wonder from Lauren Destefano Everything I ve read of hers has been s favorite of mine I ve cried with her, laughed with her, and felt loss with her through her realistic and complex characters.This was the final installment of the Internment Chronicles I waited and eagerly anticipated each book s release, and I had to wait several months longer than I would ve wished to get this book into my hands The Chemical Garden trilogy was [...]

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    14. I am very conflicted over either I like the last book of the trilogy or not I don t usually write as much about a book, but I had to share my opinion because I had so much hope for this trilogy Unfortunately, it turned out not as good as I would ve hope I ve never been this deceived by a book trilogy that started so interesting Either I really didn t understand all the subtleties throughout the trilogy, or there are some major flaws in the plot line.Maybe I m getting too old, but I felt that the [...]

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    15. I m so mad I read this whole series WHY I ll tell you why It s a great premise Amazing idea TERRIBLE STUPID STORY AND I MAKE BAD DECISIONS.

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    16. This was a solid read I think I might have enjoyed it if I had read it closer to when it had been released, but overall I m glad I finished out this trilogy.

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    17. SPOILERS for this book possible hints of spoilers to a couple other series so normally i ll say real life got in the way of my reading, when its been so long between updates and sure, it kind of did in the way that i m bad at focusing on than one thing at a time, even if its smaller thingsyway, that was partially the case with this book i wanted to actually have time to sit down and read it and immerse myself into it, as i d done for the first two books of this series with that being said, i di [...]

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    18. What do you do when both kings love their country, to the point of taking drastic measures such as MURDER to keep their home the way it s always been Broken Crowns picks up where Burning Kingdoms left off Morgan and her friends who escaped to the ground are realizing the horrors of two combating kingdoms and everyone is trying to plan how to remedy the situation I really didn t care for the second book, and I didn t think I would ever finish this one it was SO slow moving but the turning point h [...]

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    19. I don t remember enough details of the second book in this trilogy to explain why I didn t like it perhaps I just wasn t in the right mood for it at the time Regardless, I actually very much enjoyed this conclusion to the trilogy Not quite as much as the first, but I found myself interested in all of the politics between Internment and the ground I enjoyed the characters, I still really like the love interest, and I found myself caring much for the prince than I did before I still really enjoy [...]

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    20. 2.5 stars Lauren DeStefano is one of my favorite writers All of her books, even this one, have some of the most stunning words I ve ever readpoetry really Sadly, the plot didn t hold for me in this final installment The best parts were with Morgan and Pen or Morgan and Basil, but aside from them it was hard to stay interested The problem for me was that there were too many supporting characters Nim, Celeste etc who I did not care about no matter how hard I tried Book 1 was beautiful, but the plo [...]

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    21. I was not in love with the first book in the series but for whatever reason, this book kept coming around in my queue to read and I didn t realize until I cracked it last night that it s book three of the Internment series which clearly didn t interest me though I gave it a shot Again, because I didn t get into the first one then obviously didn t read the second one, I followed along because DeStefano s writing is seamless in this way to know what was happening, but again, either the storyline o [...]

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    22. DNFI couldn t get back into this book I m a huge fan of Destefanos stuff but after waiting for this book the characters were all new to me I had enjoyed the trilogy when I got my hands on the two first ones I was finishing them in a sitting or even two of it was an off day but the second I got this one and started it I completely forgot who the people where They weren t memorable enough for me.

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    23. This book, nay, series, was ridiculously boring everything cool happened in the first book, and after that it was all just one long coast into unremarkable I don t care about the twists, even they were boring Sorry DeStephano, your writing is beautiful, but you re going to have to step up your storytelling game if you want to keep my attention.

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    24. The final book of the series and it finished much better than the second one There were a few moments of OMG and I thought I was going to be angry with the author, but it all worked out in the end and I would recommend this series.

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    25. After reading this book I just feel like what the heck just happened This managed to be anticlimactic, boring, and totally nonsensical all at once 2 stars instead of one because, as usual, DeStefano s prose is lovely it s too bad her ideas really stink.

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    26. I will be honest, this book didn t hold my attention like the first two, it could have been my mood, I may re read it later to see if my feelings change, and if that happens I will amend my review The first two books are great though

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    27. The ending killed this book for me Anything after her revenge I could have done without The last 50 pages did not really add anything to the story for me unfortunately Most things are wrapped up but I don t feel satisfied

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    28. Review plot recommendations

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