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Lucien By James Moloney,

  • Title: Lucien
  • Author: James Moloney
  • ISBN: 9780732292058
  • Page: 312
  • Format: Paperback
  • Silvermay Hawker has crammed adventure into her seventeenth year than others manage in a lifetime She has also found Tamlyn, the man she wants to spend the rest of her lifetime with,but first the pair must fulfill the promise they made to a dear friend.Young Lucien, the little boy Silvermay has raised as her own, must be freed of his Wyrdborn magic, and it s not justSilvermay Hawker has crammed adventure into her seventeenth year than others manage in a lifetime She has also found Tamlyn, the man she wants to spend the rest of her lifetime with,but first the pair must fulfill the promise they made to a dear friend.Young Lucien, the little boy Silvermay has raised as her own, must be freed of his Wyrdborn magic, and it s not just for him she must see this done Lucien might yet destroy whole kingdoms.And so the three travel to Erebis Felan where the terrible power in Lucien changes him in a way no one could possibly imagine Now Silvermay s love is challenged like never before, as it is the kind of love Lucien now wants from her that may determine the fate of everyone she cares for.
    Lucien Silvermay Hawker has crammed adventure into her seventeenth year than others manage in a lifetime She has also found Tamlyn the man she wants to spend the rest of her lifetime with but first the pair

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    1. Loved this it had decent, eloquent writing, and felt like a solid, medieval fantasy YA novel Not super predictable the female character was believable without being optimistically badass but not a damsel either Just beautiful and as good a conclusion as I could ve hoped for.Also Silvermay kept her surname and her husband took hers on, whaddup D Also, how pretty are the covers Still so sad how this series hasn t received the acclaim and wide spread fame that other juvie Young Adult fantasy series [...]

    2. Silvermay, Tamlyn and Lucien have travelled to Erebis Felan in the hope of removing the Wyrdborn powers from Lucien and Tamlyn Lucien has grown at a ferocious rate and appears as a four year old even though he was born only six months ago With the prophecies showing that whoever controls Lucien will control the world, war and death seem inevitable Silvermay struggles to bring Lucien up in a loving family but with everyone trying to control his fate, his future seems to be laid out in stone.I rea [...]

    3. A beautiful fast paced ending to this trilogy James Moloney uses imagery that sends you into the world of Althane and whisks you right away with the characters.I loved the magic and secrets that were revealed and prophecies that came to light in Lucien.Silvermay and Tamlyn go through so much together and it s very fitting what happens in the end It was very emotional and I loved it Lucien also goes through a lot and seeing him at that stage in life, struggling through the same things Tamlyn did [...]

    4. Lucien, the final book in the trilogy, can be described in two words Unforgettable and Unexpected Moloney has created a stunning world of unforgettable characters,and memorable quotes The events that take place, however, are unexpected As a reader, we assume that Coyle, who was the antagonist in Books 1 and 2, will also be the lead antagonist in the final book He isn t Rather, his fate takes a sudden twist and readers will be left surprised Additionally, unexpected things happen to Ryall, and th [...]

    5. I m wavering between four and five stars on this one Spoiler alert It was so unexpected in some ways, so obvious in others The long, almost bucolic interlude back at Haywode didn t detract from the story but it made for a strange feel in the structure Mainly because the tension after the death of virtually all the Wyrdborn could never be rebuilt by a merely human threat Once Coyle is gone, no one is able to fill the gap, even the spectre of war Though it makes a herculean effort to do so.One of [...]

    6. I didn t want the book to END But I couldn t stop myself from turning pages I loved this trilogy so much I even got my younger sister hooked We re both forever Silvermay fans I can t wait to own a copy Because I will read these books over and over and overANK YOU James Moloney for all the time and effort you spent to take us on a journey we will never forget And for portraying pure lovers , a rare sight in books movies these days These are my favourite books now I m forever grateful

    7. I found that conclusions are usually the exciting parts of a story, but Lucien , the third book on the Silvermay trilogy wasn t so It was filled with predictable chapters, events and plot until probably the last 100 pages or so I knew Tamlyn would lose his Wyrdborn powers and knew that it wouldn t work on Lucien at all I was slightly surprised at Coyle s and Hallig s deaths, but not at the fact at it was done by Lucien s hand I knew Tamlyn and Silvermay would marry, and I knew that once Lucien [...]

    8. This book had a great start, and i just cannot stop awwing over lucien and Silvermay, their relationship was soo freaking adorable And then around the middle of the book it started going downhill Lucien becomes fourteen What and then suddenly he has a serious crush on silvermay who is like his mother WHAT and then he tries to kill Tamlyn Whyyyy And to top it all off, they decide to ditch him on Erebis Felan, even though they went through great lengths to safe him WHAT So i sort of gave up, until [...]

    9. The emotional turmoil this book puts you through is admirable I had to stop at one point because I couldn t bear to know what laid ahead Where had such a though come from To be honest, you ll be surprised about how much you become involved with the characters and the relationship Silvermay and Tamlyn have Poor Lucien though, I deeply feel for his situation If I were Silvermay I wouldn t know what to do.James has once again provided as he did for the first two books, not that I have ever question [...]

    10. Clever plot, clever twists and very clever inclusion of good vs evil, overcoming battling one s nature and choice vs destiny concepts.I will certainly be marketing this series to my secondary students as a series worth reading It is wonderful to read a series that does not rely on gratuitous violence to hook the reader These books have a string of underlying themes to make the reader question their beliefs of individual choice versus destiny and fate.

    11. You know those books that, the second you finish reading them, you just want to go right back to the start and read it all over again This was one of those Mainly because I want to read it without worrying the whole way through that everything is going to go horribly wrong A really lovely read and a great end to a brilliant series.

    12. Last in the series While this ended well for Tamlyn and Silvermay, Lucien got short shift as if James Moloney didn t know quite what to do with this overgrown baby he s only months old at the end with his strength yet lack of emotional maturity Still interesting twists and turns along the way.

    13. A really nice conclusion to the series It was so refreshing having a female lead that was not a whiny, selfish, brat snob special etc etc but genuinely nice and Normal And can I say thank god for no friggin love triangle Oh Tamlyn Thank you James Maloney for giving me a realistic man to Lust after over the years.

    14. Despite this being the third re read I still could hardly put it down This is by far my favourite book in the trilogy

    15. Nice book and a satisfying ending to the Silvermay trilogy Some plot devices were slightly rushed but other than that, I can t say there was much I didn t like about Lucien.

    16. Loved the story and the absolutely thrilling plot Definitely recommend to anyone who loves young adult romance mixed with action packed adventure.

    17. Delighted by this book Thought I think a 4.7 because there were some small parts I didn t like The eneing was terrific Middle was kind of boringd Tamlyn lost his power too easily

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