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Beautiful Chaos Review

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I finished this book about a week or so ago.  I just now got to type out my review.

I have to say three things:

  1. I’m so proud that I haven’t stopped reading since I started again.
  2. This book was good.
  3. I actually have finished the following and last main book in the series.  So go me!

Below the line is my Goodreads review.  Check it out!


Beautiful Chaos (Caster Chronicles, #3)Beautiful Chaos by Kami Garcia
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Beautiful Chaos

Beautiful Chaos Review

This book was one of three I have thrown in my life. The ending had me frustrated. As I neared the end the book, I realized there were not enough pages to satisfy what I wanted. The ending was incredibly frustrating for me. Because I like neat and tidy, and this was not.

With that being said, this book kept my interest. I wanted to know what had happened to the order. I needed to know what Amma’s deal was. (Though I’m sure I know what it was.) I needed to know how this story was going to unfold.

Again, I say is this the end all, be all book that everyone has to read. No. But it is a fun adventure into the world that the authors’ created. I highly enjoyed traveling along with Ethan, experiencing his love for Lena. Exploring Link’s new life. Seeing how Ridley was dealing with her new path. Watching Olivia deal with the fall out from Beautiful Darkness. Seeing how all the mortals and casters travel in their directions and bouncing off of each other. Creating the chaos that directly affects Ethan and his world.

Would I recommend this book: Yes.
Did I love this book: Yes.
Do you need to read the first two books: Yes.

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Beautiful Darkness: My review.

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If you know me you know I love to read but don’t always get to complete a book.  So yes, finally I finished another book.   I really liked reading this book.  So below the line is my Goodreads review.  Check it out!


 

Beautiful Darkness (Caster Chronicles, #2)Beautiful Darkness by Kami Garcia
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Is this the book that changes the world. No. But is this a book that will entertain you as you enter into another world that can only be found in the pages of a book. Yes.

I have to say I enjoyed reading this. There were some mundane parts. Some highly impossible moments that seemed as if the writer was taking a shortcut or two. But I liked reading it. I enjoy Ethan’s story. How he and Lena have to deal with the worlds of caster and mortal. Seeing how the song changes. How impossible and improvable intertwine with what is actually happening.

It’s a fun read. It’s a quick read, once I got past the first few chapters, I couldn’t really put it down. It kept me drawn in.

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