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The Girl Who Dared to Think 7: The Girl Who Dared to Fight

Narrated by: Kirsten Leigh
Series: The Girl Who Dared to Think, Book 7
Length: 15 hrs and 23 mins
5 out of 5 stars (42 ratings)
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Summary

It all ends here....

Reunite with Liana one last time in the electrifying finale of of The Girl Who Dared series!

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wow

no spoilers but I wasn't a fan of the ending! the story really pulls on your emotions from start to finish and I am sad that this is the end of the set of books!

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Wow.. Bella Forest does it again.

Great final book to end the series. sad it's over but it was VERY captivating as usual.

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Fabulous tear jerking finale

This climactic ending is everything fans of the tower could hope for - I bawled my eyes out, laughed, cried, and was gripped by the fast paced story right to the very end. Fabulous work by Bella Forrest!

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  • Debra Planer
  • 12-07-18

Awesome Series

Bella hit it out of the park with this series, I didn’t want it to end. I would love for her to continue it with a Gender Game/ Tower mash up but it is good as is too.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 31-07-18

Don't give up....

The middle gets a little long and confusing. No spoilers.... Just listen through to the end and let the author finish her story. She does a good job.

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  • Ada Yandell
  • 28-06-18

plot twist

I love this series! Page Turner. If end of times and a tinge of Sifi is your thing I think you'll like this book. I read the Gender Games first, and would recommend you do that.

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  • Mel
  • 28-06-18

It's over

after I got through the tears ... so. many. tears. 👏🏽i still have so many unanswered questions about what's left of the world around them. i love the tie to The Gender Game series. I also wish there was more interaction from the Patrian society...i miss them too and want to know what's been going on.

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  • Kristi M Caturano
  • 17-04-19

The series is great but the narrator made it hard to stick with it

The series is great but the narrator left a lot to be desired. I almost quit partway into the first book but like the storyline and the storyline kept me listening as I got used to the monotone narrator. If you’re on the road a lot and really can’t sit down with the actual book then I would still probably listen to it but if you can read it yourself then I would suggest doing that.

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  • Munday
  • 05-04-19

My final report.

I tried really hard for no spoilers!!! Sorry if something gives it away. I did my best.

So I listened to this series completely through in about 2 and half months. I’m a sucker for series and listening because I have need to be listening to “something”. Anyway starting with the author. I love the girl power! What I hate is the constant need for fights and shows of power. I’m not talking about bad guy versus good guy fights... I’m talking about fights and stand offs between the friends. Everyone is constantly “excuse me?!” And “are you serious right now?!” Then the battle of words and quips ensues! I’m not even exaggerating this! It’s in every single book I’ve ever listened to of hers. It’s like Bella Forrest has these mental fights in her mind where she always comes out on top. And she puts it all in her books. The constant confrontation is getting old! If your characters are good they don’t have to always be in the defense and feel the need to reassert their amazingness. Then there is the repetition. I started skipping parts because I had heard all of it all ready! I know when it’s a series you want to do a little recap but FOR REAL no need for an hour long recap!!! I’ll be honest I have never ever started a series in the middle. Who does that? And if someone does then it’s very few! So why the constant need for getting us up to speed? It’s in every book!! But I may not bother you. Could be me! I’m 100% not perfect!


Ok for the storyline. It’s great perfect! With how I feel about this authors writing style, I was starting to get super mad and almost gave my review with 2 1/2 hours left. I. Was. Livid! Like how can you do this you sick person??????? I skipped to get to the end cus I was so angry then I was like wait what????? Had to go back... I personally never read a story where I experienced so much heart break then told it was all a lie. That’s hard. So when you start to question your whole life and it’s meaning and want to murder the author just know there is “some” hope.

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  • T. Desaulniers
  • 24-02-19

Author wrote herself into a corner...

...or, it certainly felt that way. I got so sick of it I skipped two chapters. But I didn’t miss anything for the insipid tendency of the author to repeat herself incessantly expecting her readers to instantly forget the plot and the character buildup. Finally, the end comes and it is so far fetched that I am still cringing. I’m unsure about picking up the next series.

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  • Ann E Hoover
  • 31-01-19

Never a dull moment

The final book in the Girl who dared to think series.This was quite the emotional ride.Make sure you have lots of kleenex on hand.It is the showdown between Lianna and Sage for control of the tower.

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  • Troublesmyths
  • 25-01-19

Sorry to see it end

I loved this entire series. It's a bit teeny bopper, but I enjoyed it! loved the premise.

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  • April Turner
  • 18-01-19

Unexpected ending! Happy? No. Surprised? YES!

This story was well-thought-out, it was intricate, it had a lot of good detail. The characters are well-thought-out and had depth to them. Each had individuality that well-thought-out however, the ending seemed as though the author was tired of writing and although it was unexpected, the ending just felt like the author just quickly wrapped it up, just kind of "OK here's the ending a splendid all I was rather disappointed with the ending explaon away everything, song-song lala!" Still a VERY good book! Even though the ending was somewhat disappointing it was still an emotional outrage! Any BOOK that can elicited an actual emotional verbal outburst, or "real life" reaction...well, most books fail to achieve that. So even though it was a negative response it was still a major emotional response. Still clung to every single word! Well done!