follow And yes, like in last book, there is sex described. As in the last book more YA oriented, not many details, no smut, we know they had sex and that's all folks.
Which of course isn't bad, but just don't go out expecting a scene with for example more then one partner or details, any details All in all I'm glad I've finished it, will probably read the Dark Fae Academy too since I already have the first book , but I'm yeah, disappointed. Jul 01, Penny Noble rated it really liked it. This is the concluding title in this trilogy, but there will be another set of books after this series starring Bree.
The characters are fun, the plot interesting, and the world well setup. We get to see Norah get closer to her men, and she learns more about her family. In fact, it seemed Bree had a solution, but she was This is the concluding title in this trilogy, but there will be another set of books after this series starring Bree. In fact, it seemed Bree had a solution, but she was interrupted before she could tell anyone. I hope this plotline will be resolved in the next trilogy, which I am looking forward to.
In addition, there did seem to be a little more plot left to tell in regards to her men, and while I did enjoy this last installment, I would have liked to have seen at least another book. However, I did really enjoy this book and was completely invested in the storyline, and it was very well-written. Jul 16, Kris rated it did not like it. Sad as in rushed and obviously pushed aside for the authors new series. It feels like the book jumps from one scene to the end with cliche filler in between.
The first 2 installments had vivid, well crafted characters with meaningful interactions. Not so in Starlight. The characters seem to lose their development even.
It just seems like their should have been a hell of a lot more things explained and explored. Sad to see the series dumped by its author. Jul 04, katie green rated it it was ok. Great start middle and a rushed CBA ending I am so dissapointed to the end of the series it was rushed and slap dash put together no real ending just he must die, die, take over, things need to change Idk how but they will die without another choice.
Just thinking about what I just read is annoying me more soo much potential become a great book but fell well short I would have happily waited longer for a better book. Aug 20, Shirelle Kache rated it liked it. Felt unfinished This was a great book and s phenomenal series however this felt rushed. After all the anticipation we never see Nora and Liam and Nora and Kael get together. I felt like there should have been a completeness to the romance between all four mates not just two and leaving the other guys hanging lol.
Jul 01, Jana Gundy rated it it was amazing. I thought she did a great job of wrapping up all of the loose ends in this series and I felt like everything came to a satisfying conclusion. Jun 30, April rated it really liked it.
My four seductive instructors are by my side, and the realm is finally healing after years of conflict between the courts. Great A great end to the series and an interesting segway to another series in in the future. But when you see someone with so much enthusiasm, character, devotion, and ambition working so hard, it is difficult to not to root for them. The story is the main part but a Rh should actually be that. Lists with This Book. Books by Jenna Wolfhart.
Unsure how to rate this! Wolfhart is an amazing storyteller.
For the series, plot, characters, storytelling 5 stars definitely. Two stars for the RH part. The story is the main part but a Rh should actually be that. How is that possible when the MC is only with two of them out of entire series. There was many places to insert those situations. Jun 30, Brianna Masson rated it it was amazing. Sad to say good bye What to say this book was amazing im sad to say good bye Norah amd her mates.
Norah still continue to grown and learn her new powers she always sticks to her gut feelings she is such a strong heroine which makes this story even better if you read the first 2 books then you need to read this one. Oct 11, Kokom1 rated it really liked it. I read this trilogy one after another. Kept me on my toes. The only thing missing was the intimacy with the harem.
The story was good though. Again, lots of build up that goes no where. Oct 15, Lina rated it liked it. I feel like all 3 books could have been fitted into 1 and this is where the story would start. It was a very very quick read and the characters we nit as developed as they could have been. Overall i liked the idea and the writing if it.
Just wish that i would have developed into something more. Jul 02, Christy deSade rated it it was ok. Anticlimactic An abrupt ending that left quite a few things unresolved, even though this was supposed to be the conclusion to the trilogy. A blatant setup for another series which feels like bait and switch. Rude amd disrespectful to her readers, I won't read this author's work again. Jul 11, Bee rated it liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
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I feel like the last book was rushed. One minute there's an all out battle, the next you're wearing white, in love with 4 guys and then you decide to grab a crown and sit on the throne?? I enjoyed the books but.. Finish the story or why bother writing? Jul 03, Noelle rated it it was amazing. Gah where do I start. Another awesome series from Jenna Wolfhart. I can't wait to read Bree's story! I received this as an ARC. That face off with the Dark Fae! I won't give away any spoilers but I was very shocked about it. And also so happy with the ending.
Jul 05, Alissa rated it really liked it. Loved but rushed As much as I loved the conclusion, it felt very rushed. I kind of feel like there was a lot of buildup for 2 books and then this was it, still well written and a good story, just wanted more. Jul 11, Elizabeth Choi rated it it was amazing.
Finally What a struggle and fight to the end. I loved the complicated twist and turns that this book offered. Somewhere along the way of building all his chemistry and astrophysics puzzles, Clement forgot to make the novel itself fun. Somehow, I still enjoyed and have a real fondness for it.
Aug 09, John Peel rated it really liked it.
Hal Clement isn't as well known as he should be, probably because his greatest successes were in the Fifties and Sixties. He was one of the writers who really put accurate science into his science fiction, and coupled this with an ability to create interesting characters. This book is a sequel to his most famous and arguably best novel, "Mission Of Gravity". The inhabitants of the ultra-high gravity world of Mesklin are back in action, investigating a giant planet that may be a failed star - a Hal Clement isn't as well known as he should be, probably because his greatest successes were in the Fifties and Sixties.
The inhabitants of the ultra-high gravity world of Mesklin are back in action, investigating a giant planet that may be a failed star - and, of course, they run into strange conditions that are Clement's specialty. Mar 27, Chris Hart rated it liked it. This is the second Mesklin novel, but it reads like it's a dozen into a series and you've missed the middle. I enjoyed "Mission of Gravity", but the charm and characterizations that were fleshed out in that story are largely missing from this second book.
The Mesklinites are back. On their home planet, the Mesklinites survive crushing gravity by their low-to-ground bodies and great caution around heights of even a few inches. They thrive on an ammonia rich atmosphere, and oxygen is a stinky poison. Earth has contacted the Mesklinites and we were using them to retrieve an earth probe lost on their disc-shaped planet.
Star Light takes place 20 years after the events of Mission of Gravity. Humans have transported a crew of Mesklinites to the giant planet Dhrawn. Its crushing gravity and ammoniac atmosphere makes it impossible for humans to do more than orbit it from an observation craft. The Mesklinites are the surface explorers. They are following human directives, but as in the first novel, they have their own agenda.
The land craft humans have given the Mesklinites gets caught in a flood and becomes stuck on a rock as the water and ammonia mix that surrounds it refreezes. Getting the craft off that rock takes up most of the novel. I thought I was reading a very wordy French nouveau roman or some postmodern exercise where all the action surrounded fixing a flat tire. Once again, the Mesklinites have in mind an endgame for their human overseers, but the novel is lots of talk and more detail than I wanted about how to dislodge the stranded land craft. I admit I was skimming for the last hundred pages.
I may change my rating upward later. I liked this book, but I didn't find out until I was two-thirds the way through that is a sequel actually third in a series.
That didn't seem to seriously impact my understanding and enjoyment of the book. However, the action was a little slow paced, and there wasn't really a resolution at the end. In fact, the book seemed to stop in the middle of the story. This was obviously laying the ground for another book in the series, but there wasn't even any cli I may change my rating upward later. This was obviously laying the ground for another book in the series, but there wasn't even any cliffhanger, although the mystery of the secret colony remains.
I will go back and read this series from the beginning. The premise is very interesting, and the idea of an intelligent species resembling millipedes and able to withstand gravity thousands of time stronger than Earth's is appealling. Jun 29, Gendou rated it liked it Shelves: Not as interesting as the first two books, this third book still had lots of hard science in it.
I feel like this series ended too soon, because we didn't find out what fate befell the Mesklin conspiracy to gain practical independence from the humans, nor did we find out the reason or extent of their incredible life expectancy. Oct 09, Will Boncher rated it it was ok Shelves: I like his books, because they're definitely hard sci-fi, and he spends a lot of time on the science part of it. Specifically it's usually the chemistry he goes into, which is fun. I enjoy them, and two stars for this is maybe a bit harsh, but I had a lot of trouble following along, and it was just kinda boring.
Nov 02, Juan rated it really liked it. May 22, Norman Howe rated it liked it Shelves: Sequel to Mission of Gravity. Nov 06, John rated it really liked it Shelves: John Speelman rated it liked it Mar 16, Sharon rated it it was amazing Jun 19, Kelly rated it liked it May 23, Steve Bozeman rated it liked it Jan 07, Marcelo Gomes rated it it was ok Sep 19, Linda rated it really liked it May 30, Terry rated it liked it Feb 11, Gerhard Kleinhans rated it it was ok Aug 27, Del rated it really liked it Jun 09, Richyfourtytwo rated it it was ok Mar 01, Paul Trimmer rated it really liked it Sep 28, John rated it liked it Jan 01, Rj Lesch rated it liked it Jan 04, Phil rated it liked it Apr 06, Alexey Torkhov rated it really liked it Nov 02,