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Forest of Ruin By Kelley Armstrong,

  • Title: Forest of Ruin
  • Author: Kelley Armstrong
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  • Page: 262
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The empire rests on the edge of a knife, and sisters Ashyn and Moria are the handle and the blade Desperate to outmaneuver the evil Alvar Kitsune, whose hold on the people grows stronger every day, Emperor Tatsu begs Moria to put aside past grievances and ally with Gavril at least long enough to make an attempt on Alvar s life Meanwhile, reunited with her long lost grandThe empire rests on the edge of a knife, and sisters Ashyn and Moria are the handle and the blade Desperate to outmaneuver the evil Alvar Kitsune, whose hold on the people grows stronger every day, Emperor Tatsu begs Moria to put aside past grievances and ally with Gavril at least long enough to make an attempt on Alvar s life Meanwhile, reunited with her long lost grandfather, Ashyn discovers that she is the key to a ritual that could reawaken an ancient dragon and turn the tide of the coming battle in their favor.But with lies and betrayal lurking around every corner, Ashyn and Moria will have to decide once and for all where their allegiances lie And it may not be where their hearts would lead them
    Forest of Ruin The empire rests on the edge of a knife and sisters Ashyn and Moria are the handle and the blade Desperate to outmaneuver the evil Alvar Kitsune whose hold on the people grows stronger every day Em

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    1. Review posted on The Eater of Books blog Forest of Ruin by Kelley ArmstrongBook Three of the Age of Legends seriesPublisher HarperCollinsPublication Date April 5, 2016Rating 4 starsSource ARC borrowed thanks, Liza Summary from From 1 New York Times bestselling author Kelley Armstrong comes the breathtaking conclusion to the Age of Legends trilogy, perfect for fans of Graceling and Game of Thrones.The empire rests on the edge of a knife, and sisters Ashyn and Moria are the handle and the blade De [...]

    2. Forever ship Gavril and Moria I don t care what you say haha Like seriously, i was like thinking for an ending where Tyrus will die or something, so that Gavril and Moria can be together You know the feeling But gosh I love the series, from the first book up to the last Gosh, i love the book so much i read it for at least one day I really love the book, it became my favorite on the first few pages I love the characters, I love their determination, their friendship Everything But somehow i was no [...]

    3. 3.5 starsReview to comeWow what an epic adventure I feel like I just read 2 books in this one Lots of shit hitting the fan I need to process tbh.Also way to really toy with my emotions there Kelley Armstrong To be honest I was less pleased with the way this ended than I wanted to be This book packed a lot of stuff into one book and it felt a little rushed view spoiler Plus my ship crashed and burned and that displeases me because while I love Tyrus Gavril is where my true loyalty lies hide spoil [...]

    4. I am an emotional wreck When I have recovered, I will write a proper review But, for now I need time to sob uncontrollably and deal with post series syndrome

    5. Originally reviewed at The Book Adventures.Forest of Ruin picks up where Empire of Night left off the empire is on the verge of war, Moria and Ashyn are separated and those that they care about are in imminent danger Having LOVED Empire of Night, I anxiously awaited getting my hands on the final book of the Age of Legends trilogy Did Forest of Ruin live up to my expectations Well no, no, it did not.As soon as I cracked open Forest of Ruin it seemed that something was different The tone seemed of [...]

    6. 3The ending is not what I wanted, at all I mean, yeah, I like Ashyn s ending bUT NOT MORIA S I WANT HER WITH GRAVIL DAMMIT

    7. Actual rating 4.5 starsThis review was originally posted at freadomlibrary.wordpress Check out my series review here freadomlibrary.wordpress CriticallyPlot 4 out of 5 starsThis book is set at a steady, medium pace but the action keeps going There s also some mystery in this one, revolving around dragons which is pretty cool There s a lot focus on romance in this one as well and it s so much easier to understand than the rest of the books have been There s twists and turns and lots of violence [...]

    8. Let me start out by saying that this is going to be a ridiculously long review and it s going to be unusual in that I m basically reviewing the YA Age of Legends trilogy in comparison and contrast to Kelley Armstrong s adult Cainsville series It s of my own analysis than a review As someone who has read almost every Kelley Armstrong novel out there and who has been a huge fan ever since Bitten, I could not for the life of me read Age of Legends without assessing it through the prism of Cainsvil [...]

    9. The ship I shipped turned out not to be canon, but ah, well at least I liked the other guy, even though I didn t ship Moria with him D

    10. Review also posted on Samodiva Reads2.5 starsIn the third and final installment of the Age of Legends trilogy, twin sisters Moria and Ashyn get ready to finally face the evil that has unleashed all kinds of mythological creatures to plague the Empire and unravel the mystery around their heritage as Keeper and Seeker of the Spirits Moria embarks on a journey with once ally Gavril Kitsune back to his father, to find out what his war plans are Meanwhile, Ashyn is integrated into a society of dragon [...]

    11. Source Library Genre Young Adult, Fantasy Rating 3.5 4 My Thoughts Forest of Ruin is the third and final installment in Kelley Armstrong s Age of Legends trilogy Forest of Ruins picks up right where Empire of Night left off Twin sisters Moria Keeper and Ashlyn Seeker were raised in a tiny village of Edgewood In their village, they were the ones who were responsible for keeping angry spirits at bay, and putting them to rest But, after ancient monsters awakened and slaughtered everyone in their vi [...]

    12. Forest of Ruin was a very good ending to this trilogy It would have been even nicer with a small epilogue 20 years in the future cause damn, I want to see Zuri all grown up I can only hope Kelley Armstrong will write a novella of the charachters future.

    13. I need this I don t think I can wait a year for it after the ending of Empire of Night I mean is Ronan alive, Ashyn was kidnapped by her Grandfather Is Gavril really on our side or not Ugh I need this book like now

    14. Well That was a let down I felt like this conclusion didn t deliver what the predecessors promised, at all The second book had two very specific tasks set out for both sisters, and neither managed to get there And no, my ship did not sail So disappointing.

    15. I can t believe it didn t happen I feel so broken Kelley Armstrong really is one of my favourite authors ever Her worlds are unique and her characters are SO GOOD I really enjoyed the parts with Moira and Gavril travelling with the bandits It was heartbreaking learning about his mother It s especially admirable how Armstrong is able to make these characters so human Gavril was always portrayed as fierce in the other books at least to me but In this one we learn that there is much he fears I real [...]

    16. Third and last in the Age of Legend fantasy series for Young Adults and revolving around the twins, Moria the Keeper and Ashyn the Seeker of Edgewood.My TakeOn reading the start of the summary as the empire rests on the edge of a knife , one would expect there to be a lot of tension, but it s really very lightweight Dramatic, yes, but not enough to keep you awake at night.Part of that drama is the emperor s command for Moria to return to her jailer A sweeter drama is Tyrus sense of honor He s in [...]

    17. A fantastic ending to a beautiful trilogy.Separated, sisters Ashyn and Moira must follow their own missions to ensure the war goes in their favour Found by her grandfather and his people, Ashyn is asked to awaken dragons in order to ensure that King Tatsu can win the war against the Kitsune Moira is forced to travel with Gavril back to Alvar Kitsune and become a secret spy, and if given the opportunity, kill the Kitsune and prevent the war all together Will the sisters be able to stop the war at [...]

    18. This is one of those cases where I really wish GR would allow.5 increments It is a true 3.5 , and I m still debating whether to round it up or down I decided on down for now because Gavril, my favourite character, didn t get the ending I felt he deserved As much as the author insisted on pairing Moria up with Tyrus for the past two books, going as far as pushing them to a physical relationship, Gavril and Moria will always be the right couple in my mind What I liked the unique world, the origina [...]

    19. Nooo I don t want it to end I was so hesitant to start reading the series because a lot of people told me it s not good They are obviously mad I LOVE every character No, no love I m OBSESSED with all of them Okay I must admit I fangirl over Gavril maybe a little bit too much The plot is also amazing It s very fast paced and there is no part that is boring.The thing I love the most about this series is how it shows friendships, relationships, siblings love and pets loyalty I can t I ll get too em [...]

    20. I m preordering the shit out of it Kelley wrote it Enough said I don t care how shallow I m making myself sound, but that cover made me see stars and cry out for a defibrillator It already sports 1 and 5 star ratings from the usual dumb and dumber and dumfucks who don t get how the rating system works.There are no ARCs of this book, people Holy shit.

    21. This was such a good ending But I m so sad to have finished it, I loved this series Would definitely recommend

    22. Well book 2 left me at a horrifying cliffhanger I feel like authors love torturing the readers BUT I M DYING FOR THIS BOOK TO COME OUT NEED TO KNOW WAT GAVRIL IS UP TO 1 month

    23. 4.5 My ship for Moria didn t happen but I m not mad about it I loved both guys so I can t be mad about it.

    24. I read Kelley Armstrong to be amazed, and Forest of Ruin definitely fit the category High levels of fantasy, adventure and mystery, the Age of Legends series is finished with a bang, but ends with the soft thud of a door closing.Moria and Ashyn are two different people They are almost too much like complete opposites to my liking, but their personalities change as they develop after encounters In Forest of Ruin, we really see these two girls make very different journeys, a path of self discovery [...]

    25. A good conclusion to the series I just wish that I was drawn into the plot and the story I lvoed Moira and Ashlyn in this series and while it is sad to see their story end, I will forever recommend this series The writing is incredible and the world that you are thrusted into upon reading the first couple pages is brilliant, riveting, and full of adventure

    26. I just want to say, I respect Moria for keeping to her word I thought she would waver between Tyrus and Gavril, but she didn t and she stayed true And I m really glad she did.I also respect parts of Ashyn where she saw the situation for what it was, despite the romantic spins that Ronan would put on the situation truth be told, if she told him to stay and he gave up his warrior caste I would have chucked this book across the room for how unrealistic it was.Also, there is something to be said abo [...]

    27. While this trilogy had the potential of becoming my favorite, that potential dwindled as the novels went on I loved the plot, the characters and the adventure, the novel could not receive five stars from me because of the severe focus on Moria s side of the story I admire both girls, and I think it makes sense the have them share equal parts of the novel, as the author has tried to make them seem equal throughout the trilogy Even the final moments of the trilogy were about Moria An interesting [...]

    28. Satisfying end to a strong series and a fast paced read I liked how the twins plotlines came back together and how a couple of threads that I initially took as distractions wove back in to the main storyline The resolution of Moria and Gavril s relationship felt right.

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