Finished this reread
Oh my goodness, such a great conclusion to a fabulous series! I have fallen in love with these wonderful characters and I am sad that it's over...
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I could not really get into this book, I couldn't focus and I was always distracted while reading it. I was confused as to where the characters were etc.
But the characters development was really interesting and I loved/hayted to get to see Kestrel changing like that because of what she had been through. Their relationship also evolved in different ways and it was great to read.
In the end it is a nice series I just could not get into this one.
I can't even begin to explain how much I loved this book. It was a beautiful compelling story and this book gave its proper goodbye and conclusion.
Finishing these series is bittersweet and I want to go to my corner and happy-cry. 😭😍💗🌹📚
The last book in the winners trilogy! I found this book to be much better than the second which I was super happy about because The Winner‘s Crime was mildly painful. Kestrel and Arin are the cutest couple and the fact that they weren‘t separated the entire book this time around was phenomenal. Kestrels father makes me angry and Roshar is hilarious!
Rated 4/5 on GR
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4/5 ⭐️ This is just a guilty pleasure book that makes me happy. It‘s the third in the series and there isn‘t anything spectacular about it. I just love that it takes me somewhere else and into another life.
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This book was ok, I love the beginning of it, but as it drew closer to the battle and the end of the book it became boring. I was just ready for the book to end at that point. The book was longer than it should have been. It could have easily been 100 pages less and it would have been great. There were pages and pages of pointless dialogue and I just grew so tired of this book and barley got through it.
This series is one of my faves ever!! The FEELS was absolutely insane but I LOVED IT!!
OMG! The end of a trilogy full of suspense, uncertainty, and what a growth of characters. The latter is probably my favorite thing when it comes to books. You can actually see how some of the characters grow, in a good or a bad way. Tbh, some characters deserve a decent punch in the face in this piece. And the action development often held me on the edge of my seat. This was sooo close to five star rating. 4.4/5⭐
“Stories will get you killed.”
― Marie Rutkoski, The Winner's Kiss
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QOTD: What is your favourite Genre?
AOTD: For me, my favourite genre is High Fantasy. I have tried reading a few other Genres but I always find myself coming back to YA Fantasy. I do have a few Contemporary books which I want to read but I'm worried I might not like them! 🙈
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The Winner's Kiss is the last book I finished and I loved it!
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Das letzte Buch das ich gelesen habe war The Winner's Kiss und es war super!
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This trilogy is one of the best that I've read ❤ Amazing writing, fast pace story and also... strong female main lead! 💪 I recommend this trilogy for whoever will like romance, action, conspiracy and betrayal...
[These titles are in brazilian portuguese, my native language ❤]
really enjoyed reading this one, once I started it I didn't want to put it down. the 2nd book was a bit of a letdown for me, so I was a bit worried heading into this one, but I'm glad to say that all my worries were for nothing.
The Winner's Kiss delivers a satisfying end to this trilogy about the daughter of a general & a enslaved young man 📚
This one was kind of disappointing to me compared to the other two in the series. While I loved the exploration of the relationship between Kestrel and her Father, I found the romance aspects to be boring and the trope used at the beginning of the book annoyed me a lot.
Series review: quick, fun read. Started strong, got a little weaker. Romance was fun but a little tired toward the end. I enjoyed that the romance was really integrated into the plot rather than eating it and enjoyed the world building and the characters, in addition to the lyrical prose. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
This one was a bit of a slow read for me, probably because it's heavier on the romance than the first two books (but lord knows these characters deserve it after everything they've been through). Very well-written and satisfying conclusion, and definitely worth the read if you enjoyed the first two!