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War StormVICTORY COMES AT A PRICEMare Barrow learned this all too well when Cal’s betrayal nearly destroyed her Now determined to protect her heart and secure freedom for Reds and newbloods like her Mare resolves to overthrow the kingdom of Norta once and for all starting with the crown on Maven’s headBut no battle is won alone and before the Reds may 45I don't know what it is about these books but I always finish them within a few days Even this 600page book I think this is my favorite book in the series And a lot of it had to do with the different POV's In this story we get Mare duh Evangeline Iris Cal and MavenMare I had saw reviews for the previous books stating that they didn't like Mare and that she was annoying and stuff And I didn't notice it in the first two books and not even in the third book but damn I was so annoyed with her in this book She was so petty that I didn't want to be petty any and I love being petty Like honey sweety it isn't that deep Her POV was my least favorite and I was always looking forward to the other POVs Evangeline Her POV was definitely a highlight for me in King's Cage And one I looked forward to in this book It was interesting to see her relationship between her family her lover Mare and Cal I do wish we got background information about Elaine since we don't know much about their history But Evangeline's POV provided some pretty cool action scenes I think it was her chapter where there was a Silver duel out on the Harbor that was so intense and one of my favorite scenes from the bookIris MY FAVORITE She was so facinating to me She's a Silver princess from the Lakelands So that makes her a double threat one against the Scarlet Gaurd and Norta She was cunning wicked clever but also a little remorseful Her chapters also provided some awesome action scenes Not gonna lie I did ship Iris and Maven That one scene where Maven said they made a good match MY HEART Cal Now I do like Cal I used to love him He didn't do anything wrong in my eyes but I lost interest in this series in the past year so for my love for him faded away But nothing much really happened in his POV It was pretty much thinking about his mother aw Maven aw and his role as king I think he only had about 2 3 chapters I don't think his chapters were really needed We do get a little snippet from the preuel novella to the series ueen Song You don't need to read that novella but I loved that novella so much and have read it a few times one of my favorite novellas everMaven Maven Maven Maven His was also a POV I adored but like Cal's we only got about 3 chapters from him I hated him in Red ueen mainly because he was the rival to the MareCal ship and he just had to face my wrath Plus he seemed too nice and too trustworthy HAHAHA ya girl called his backstabbing ass Anyways It wasn't until KC where I actually liked him and in this book he became my baby And it was really depressing to read his POV He's really messed up He's also a good actor able to hide his emotions and draw raw emotions out of others easily Sometimes I was impressed other times I was sadI also want to give a shoutout to Julian Jacos I feel like he's one of those characters that was always forced into the background but he had his chance to shine in this book And I think a lot of that had to do with the fact that we got Silver perspective in this book We're always told how cunning Silvers can be how they always have to appear deadly around court So I think that's why we saw a wicked side to Julian because he had to be scarier than the other Silvers He was always one of my favorites so I'm happy to have seen of himSo I took a half star for two reasons 1 Mare and 2 the endingTo me the ending was really predictable I honestly knew it was coming for years which probably explains my hopes for the series you just got to scroll down if you want to see it If you feel like you know what's going to happen Then you're probably right But I did like how the ending was kind of an open ending I feel like that's the best way for dystopian books to end especially when dealing with overthrowing a form of government Rebuilding takes years and I don't think anyone wants to read another four books about how Norta is rebuilt Though I wouldn't be surprised if there is a spin off especially if it deals with the Lakelandswhat was the point of Kilorn?And thank you to anybody who has ever liked the review I wrote below over the last two years I never expected for 700 people to like it It honestly blows me away on how many people have liked and left a comment So thank you21716 I hope by the end of this series that Cal gets to be the King That him and Mare end up together and rule the kingdom in the right way I would be super happy if the book ends like this Cal is my Silver King And I am his Red ueen

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read War Storm epub × Kindle Edition Ú VICTORY COMES AT A PRICEMare Barrow learned this all too well when Cal’s betrayal nearly destroyed her Now determined to protect her heart—and secure freedom for Reds and newbloods like her—Mare resolves to overthrow the kingdom of Norta once and for all starting with the crown on Maven’s headButRise as one Mare must side with the boy who broke her heart in order to defeat the boy who almost broke her Cal’s powerful Silver allies alongside Mare and the Scarlet Guard prove a formidable force But Maven is driven by an obsession so deep he will stop at nothing to have Mare as his own again even if it means demolishing everything and ever I can still remember those days when Edelweiss popped up on everyone’s radar I was among those that scored one of the first ARCs of Red ueen on the site many months before its release date It was a book with so much hype but it thankfully met and surpassed my expectations signing me up for a long wait until the seuel What I didn’t know at the time was that I was in store for a series I will forever hold dearly And now after four years this series has come to a close Throughout this time it managed to remain among my favourites in a distinctively peculiar manner and it will now join other series I will never be able to part with completely For this wonderful literary journey I must thank Victoria Aveyard – thank you for sharing your characters and world and wordsLooking back at what the previous three books built War Storm is a satisfying conclusion Neither perfect in its entirety nor perfect as a designated ending it left the story at a partly open point but one that tied many loose ends and solved the main plotline As with all series conclusions you’re bound to be biased in your appreciation for the last book considering what you desire as a resolution It can make or break the whole series But I sincerely think that all in all it ualifies as a solid and good end “Break his crown break his throne rip his monarchy apart” I sometimes felt it was too long but not in the sense that you could have cut out some filler parts that were dreadfully postponing the readers from reaching the next stage in the story No the feeling was along the lines of the book being complex with constant twists and turns that I personally needed time to digest It also might not have helped that I didn’t skim the preuels beforehand and I just jumped in it trying to remember everyone and everything Long story short the first half didn’t uite hook me in It might have been me it might have been the general writing but once pages passed by I was able to immerse myself so much better and I re found the atmosphere I adored in the previous instalmentsAnother aspect to consider is the fact that War Storm does offer what it promises – war – and this affects the pace setting a uite tedious rhythm to events especially when combined with back and forth games of politics And it does so as accurately as it is possible in a technologically advanced high fantasy fictional world Unlike other books I’m looking at you ACOWAR War Storm depicts messy and bloody war in a real fashion – battles upon battles chains of changes of situation constantly shifting alliances smaller and bigger enemies alike betrayals and elaborate and cold politics And at the heart of it all lay those complicated things called duty honour and sacrifice making every decision weigh a ton It was incredibly entertaining to see how suddenly the dynamics of war can change and also get a taste of the cunningness that underpins the process I’ve fangirled about my love for these characters for three reviews already so I’ll just highlight some new additions to their character development I loved how Mare’s experience in King’s Cage was constantly acknowledged with many instances of PTSD I loved how she was depicted strong and resolute and how she put her principles above all else but I also appreciated how she was vulnerable in key moments and that she sometimes indulged in what the heart dictated She was portrayed as human and she was her best self in this last instalment A bit of Mare a bit of Mareena a lot of someone new “I am less than his crown and he is less than my cause” The pattern of strong yet vulnerable women continues with Evangeline whom I adored not only thanks to her subtle shenanigans She was also caught in the crossfire of family and love and duty Because of her choices and priorities and revelations I think she had the best development throughout the series Next was Iris whom I didn’t really dislike but I wasn’t exactly her biggest fan either She was another omen to strong heroines but despite us getting to see her side of the story I could not resonate with her especially since plainly put she was racist to her core and she showed no signs of change Unlike Mare and Evangeline she was powerful and stoic and a great poker face but with only some remnants of hidden or robotic emotions proven Tiberias Calore stayed true to his character upholding his reputation as an infuriating yet lovable young man His naïveté shone through but you cannot help but admire where that aspect comes from the desire to do good to make everyone happy to protect his legacy to meet everyone’s expectations it’s tough And intertwined with all these strings pulling him towards every direction doing right by a certain girl is placed high among his priorities whether he admits it or not I was proud of him although I also pitied him at certain moments Regardless my romantic heart cannot help but suee with joy whenever the kind idiot is around “We’re choosing not to choose” As with every previous book in this series the Cal Mare Maven triangle that no longer resembles a triangle beyond the psychological spectrum is central to the plot This is what happens with a war that has a deep personal background Maven is Maven He’s a ghost A puppet A failed project And his frayed edges constantly threatened to overthrow the little mental stability he amassed We get to witness him at his lowest experiencing panic and terror and surprise on new levels but throughout all stages of his madness he maintains his cleverness and ambition and manipulative traits The what ifs of a parallel universe in which his mother left him untouched echo loudly from beginning till end The direct interactions between the brothers are gut wrenching and the contrast between Cal’s love and Maven’s emptiness is stark not to mention how Maven affects the relationship between Cal and Mare always haunting them both They are all flawed in different ways each one having scars the others inflicted It was infinitely sad to watch their dynamic reach an unavoidable conclusion especially since Cal still had an inkling of hope that he’ll get his beloved brother back “The last person who loves you isn’t standing in this room He’s out there And you burned that bridge to ashes” My issue with the actual ending of the ending the one that will be etched into my memory as the finale of the story I embarked upon is purely personal I would have preferred the epilogue to be a few years in the future with a detailed outlook on what’s happening and how the status uo changed since the events of the book and how’s everyone doing and okay YES I WANTED TO SEE MY BABIES HAPPY not be forced to use my imagination and hope for the best I’m lazy like that I usually don’t like open endings Champion was an outlier in that respect so I guess War Storm follows the same pattern But I can see people being perfectly content with what they have been given Nonetheless Aveyard could definitely pull the spin off card on us as I feel some matters that were in dire need to be addressed reform combating racism thoroughly etc were swept under the rug or just tossed in the post series unknown As always Aveyard’s writing is top notch I especially loved her world building of Montfort and the Lakelands’ traditions of nameless gods The undertones of race gender and sexuality euality were highlighted yet again but forcibly this time — a welcomed move Then there were the plethora of characters’ POVs brought into play to offer a multidimensional overview of how the story unfolds allowing the reader to keep up with the many developments of the plot spanning a vast cast and an even wider area Her secondary characters were once again masterfully nuanced special mentions Davidson and Ptolemeus who were awesome and some scenes were so thick with tension I was amazed It’s hard to say goodbye but War Storm was a worthy finale If you still haven’t read this series then please go to the nearest bookstore and remedy your unfortunate situation as it is one of the best “ueens cast shadows too” ENJOY 3

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Yone in his pathWar is coming and all Mare has fought for hangs in the balance Will victory be enough to topple the Silver kingdoms? Or will the little lightning girl be forever silenced?In the epic conclusion to Victoria Aveyard’s stunning series Mare must embrace her fate and summon all her power for all will be tested but not all will surviv EDIT 1409 WE GOT THE TITLE 'WAR STORM' sounds so badass tbhWHEN DID THIS HAPPEN OMFGFOUR BOOKSF O U R BOOKS THIS SERIES IS GOING TO KILL ME