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Summer Read-A-Thon Day #11: WAR STORM


There really aren't words that adequately sum up my thoughts on WAR STORM. I loved it, obviously. It was brilliantly plotted, whip fast (which is saying something for a 600+ page book), and was SO TENSE. I was on the edge of my seat the entire time; there was never a dull moment, and I was so scared and nervous and anxious the whole time I was reading it. The ending...yeah. It was literally what woke me up this morning. It was exactly what the series called for. It has left me heartbroken, but in a good, unexpected way, if there is such a thing? Mare and Cal will always have a special place in my heart, as will this series. Bravo, Victoria Aveyard. 

---Hannah

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