The oldest Cate is of the center figure so far. I loved the family dynamics, with a bit of jealousy and some fights. How could she die and leave me here to deal with all of this alone? Also we get to glimpse even more into the lives of the witches as well as witness even more gruesome and horrific acts done by the brotherhood in the name of their faith. She is so absolutely adorable! I believe the sequel may be better, since I thought the ending was interesting and gives a lot of possibilities. The story was strong enough or the conflict tight enough, so even when the book faltered, it was able to draw you back in and keep you. Try not to be around other people when you read the ending. Content: Elena and Maura are both in the story, and sometimes in the same room, but their attraction to one another doesn't go beyond an alludement to past events.
The Sisterhood is Cate's second option to marriage, but it's not exactly a viable choice for Cate when it would separate her from her sisters. The Romance: I want to chase right after Finn. Did she not realise that people prefer someone that's friendly over someone that's stuck up? Will it be Finn the booklover who captured her heart, or steady and loyal Paul? The pacing of this book is ridiculously slow. I think I might love the world that Jessica Spotswood created the most. It's a story about a young girl that needs to protect herself and her sisters from all the dangers that might break them apart, a story about young love and old prophecies, and everything in between.
I hate Maura and I so hope she is going to die miserable death realizing that everybody hates her! Il manque cruellement d'énigmes parce qu'il est un peu lassant de se satisfaire que d'une seule grosse pour les trois tomes. You would absolutely buy everything else this author had to offer. Even if it means sacrifices. She has been writing since she was little but studied theatre in college and grad school. So while I don't approve in general, I will say this much -- the present tense in Born Wicked was decent enough. It has been foretold that one of the sisters will kill the other and one will be the oracle that either sets the witches free or begins a new Terror. Even if it means all-out war.
Okay so firstly let me just say that I do not remember the last time book managed to piss me off so much. She has made a promise to her mother to protect Maura and Tess, her younger sisters. Even if it means sacrifices. On a personal note… Oh. And the ending more surprising, more shocking, more heart-stopping.
The universe has yet to take my wishes under consideration. Cate and her sisters are of marrying age, and a conniving neighbor with the aspiration of being the next Mrs. Now, with the Brotherhood and a reluctant Finn persecuting witches and women like never before, a divided Sisterhood looks to Cate for answers--answers that she doesn't have. In generale non sono una fan dello stile di scrittura utilizzato e anche l'inizio non mi aveva convinta più di tanto, l'ho trovato un po' lentino e sconfusionato forse? This books made so angry I thought I was going to throw it against the wall and never pick it up again. Even if it means overthrowing Cate. While the first book dragged too much for me, the events in Star Cursed all happen within one month! It was a beautifully written story! When I was her age, I liked to run through the gardens, and I suppose I was careless with my magic, too. Cate doesn't believe it safe.
There's also the growing tensions between between Cate and her younger sister, Maura. I know that they have to be careful, but still. Even if it means all-out war. I had a hard time reading this book because I was going through a very stressful situation with my life at the time and I had a hard time concentrating on this novel. And if their secret is discovered by the priests of the Brotherhood, it would mean an asylum, a prison ship—or an early grave.
Cate was a terrible sister. However, Cate hates her powers. I hold back a sigh. Readers with high expectations for this sequel will not be disappointed, it does not suffer from sophomore slump. .
Because that ending did kill me. Esa es casi mi única queja con este libro y por lo que no le doy las cinco estrellas. If you want your characters—and thus, essentially, your story—to be memorable for readers, this is not the way to go. The dynamic between Cate 16 , Maura 15 and Tess 12. Star Cursed surpassed my expectations.