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  • The Island
  • Teri Hall
  • English
  • 27 June 2019
  • 9781494498344

Teri Hall ☆ 3 review

The Island review Ò eBook or Kindle ePUB read The Island In The Island the compelling conclusion of The Line trilogy Rachel and Pathik continue their adventure Will Indigo’s firetales about the mysterious island calle. So I barely remembered what happened in the last book which I think made this book a wee bit harder to follow than it should ve been Still I really enjoyed it and it worked well enough on its own that I was able to get a good experience from itThe story within the book is Rachel and co joining this new community and things not being what they seem That was good That was easy enough to understand A nice uick mystery I really liked thatWhat escaped me was the nuances of their world I couldn t remember who the Robertses were I couldn t remember what their world was even shaped like Like I remembered that Rachel and her mom came from civilization that Pathik and his dad came from the wild on the other side of this border but that was about it Plus I thought going back to Mrs Moore and Jonathan all the time was weird I couldn t really see what role they had to play other than OH HEY DON T WORRY I DIDN T FORGET ABOUT THESE GUYSBut overall it was a uick innocuous read The government stuff at the end seemed really rushed I was reading and it was like wait Rachel just got captured and we only have like 20 pages to wrap this all up and figure out what the government wants with the Honorees But then it was like OH IT S ALL GOOD THE PLAN WORKED BACK TO THE ISLAND Like no I would ve liked the book to have been another 100 pages or so and have Rachel and Pathik actually spend time with the government find out what sorts of experiments and treatments the government was doing slowly discover the other Honorees develop an escape plantry to get the original one back on track have Vivian and the people from the Island work on their own plan etc etc etc That would ve been really cool Ark of Fire Caedmon Aisuith #1 remembered what happened in the last book which I think made this book a wee bit harder to follow than it should ve been Still I Starlight really enjoyed it and it worked well enough on its own that I was able to get a good experience from itThe story within the book is Rachel and co joining this new community and things not being what they seem That was good That was easy enough to understand A nice uick mystery I A Kingdom of Dreams really liked thatWhat escaped me was the nuances of their world I couldn t The gay liberation book remember who the Robertses were I couldn t Aspettami sulla cima remember what their world was even shaped like Like I From Hell (Nueva edición) (Trazado) remembered that Rachel and her mom came from civilization that Pathik and his dad came from the wild on the other side of this border but that was about it Plus I thought going back to Mrs Moore and Jonathan all the time was weird I couldn t Stilling the Mind really see what Silver Moon: A Riley Hunter Novel (The Riley Hunter Series Book 1) (English Edition) role they had to play other than OH HEY DON T WORRY I DIDN T FORGET ABOUT THESE GUYSBut overall it was a uick innocuous La Huitième Couleur: Les Annales du Disque-monde, T1 read The government stuff at the end seemed The Problim Children really Microbe Hunters rushed I was Abandoned Alice reading and it was like wait Rachel just got captured and we only have like 20 pages to wrap this all up and figure out what the government wants with the Honorees But then it was like OH IT S ALL GOOD THE PLAN WORKED BACK TO THE ISLAND Like no I would ve liked the book to have been another 100 pages or so and have Rachel and Pathik actually spend time with the government find out what sorts of experiments and treatments the government was doing slowly discover the other Honorees develop an escape plantry to get the original one back on track have Vivian and the people from the Island work on their own plan etc etc etc That would ve been Memorial Hist�rico Espa�ol, Vol. 4 really cool

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The Island

The Island review Ò eBook or Kindle ePUB read The Island D Salishan prove to be true Are there inhabitants and if so are they friends or enemies With no way back to where they came from what price will Rachel and her lo. Rereading the whole series was such a treat I really liked The Island when I first read it but now reading one after the other I love it The Line Universe was tied up very well I m just sad that this is itI want I was surprised to find that I really appreciated Malgam this time around And of course I just love Rachel and Pathik They are so adorableThis series had and probably will always be one of my favorites Thank you so much Teri Hall for writing them and if you ever continue the story I will be of the first to buy it

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The Island review Ò eBook or Kindle ePUB read The Island Ved ones have to pay in order to survive where they’ve landed Are the risks they've taken and the people they've lost forever worth what they find on the island. I am disappointed in this book Loved the first two this one not so much Rachel is supposed to be the main character I cared about her I cared about Pathik I cared about their families It almost wasn t their story any Too many new character appeared without allowing adeuate time for the reader to grow attached to them and these new characters had chapters written in their point of view When you thought that maybe just maybe the story would put the focus back on Rachel nope Let s explore what so and so has to say about the situation in hand from their perspective We ll bring Rachel back into the story as the main character again LATER The story seemed rushed and unlikely although the ending was fine Everything should have been developed way than it was I HATE it when a book has 20 pages left but is currently in an unescapable dilemma To put it frankly they shouldn t have been able to just walk away with everything they wanted in the end No no that makes it unbelievable and has now ruined the book for me There were mistakes in this one too Grammatical mistakes inserting the wrong name in at places I m still confused as to whether Hannah s father was Doug or Leon That brings my rating down too My advice if you read the first two books and like them there s no need to spoil it all by reading this one All you need to know is this They all lived happily ever after The end