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Finale

Caraval, Book 3
Narrated by: Rebecca Soler
Series: Caraval, Book 3
Length: 12 hrs and 6 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (51 ratings)

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Summary

Are you ready for one last game?

Sunday Times best-selling author Stephanie Garber takes us once again to the magical world of Caraval, where Scarlett and Tella Dragna must fight for their happy endings after a tragedy sends Tella on a treacherous path for revenge....

©2019 Stephanie Garber (P)2019 Macmillan Audio

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Couldn't stop listening and so sad there's no more

Loved this series of books and wish it never ended. Such great story and characters. I can imagine this being turned into a movie. Highly recommend this series of books.

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I never wanted it to end

Omg - I’m so sad it’s over. I’ve loved every second of this series. Beautiful writing, enchanting story and the characters will stay in my heart 💓

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Well written well read<br />

I have enjoyed all 3 books. Have to say though the constant usage of the word sister was very repetitive and unnecessary.

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Little let down.

I loved carnvale series for its magi. And mystery. It keeps the pages turning. As much as I loved this book I did feel let down by the last book. This one became more a love story for me and drops alittle. Of the magic the others captures

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Perfect ending

I absolutely loved this book series and I really enjoyed this part. Amazing writer. 💟

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I'm in love with this book

It's Finale and if you have read the previous in the series so reassured you will love this final book just as much or even more. I never wanted this book to end

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Extremely Disappointing, adolescent vanity

I really enjoyed the first novel of this trilogy, Caraval and thought it was imaginative and well written. Yes, as a YA novel it was a bit hammy in places, but nevertheless very enjoyable. The second in the series wasn't quite as good but still definitely worth listening to.

Howver, I'm giving up on this book, not even half way through, and I will be returning it for a refund.

Every character is beautiful and seductive, and obsessed with or in love with our two sisters, the main characters, who are also, of course, beautiful. Despite there being an apocalyptic freeing of The Fates, the two main characters and those who buzz around them like flies are more concerned with their own vain intrigues and complicated romantic goings-on (which are strictly top-half only, fully buttoned-up, no rudie goings on here, thank you, missus, as you would expect in a YA).

The characters are so two dimensional that I am unable to differentiate between them unless they're named - and even then I have to stop and think about it. Even the sisters are, to my mind, only distinguishable by which gentlemen are vying for their attention, while the dreadful and terrible Fates awake and threaten the very fabric of ... something, not sure what, but something bad. So far however, the Fates seem to be more interested in flirting or toying with the sisters than doing anything interesting or wicked.

Blegh. Dull drivel.

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