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The sweet far thing
Libba Bray
Teen Fiction BRAY

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chocoholic said:
Book Three.
posted Jul 10, 2008 at 1:38PM
kb4444 said:
This is my favorite book in the series. Gemma has to close the realms once and for all with several plot twists along the way and an ending that is surprising but feels right.
posted Mar 27, 2009 at 4:10PM
Silly Tillie said:
This is the last book in the Gemma Doyle Trilogy, and it is stupendous! :) It is a great and unpredictable book, and is one of the only books that I've ever cried when reading! (But don't worry, only a few parts are sad)And after you read this book, you won't forget about it for a long, long time!
posted Jun 29, 2010 at 12:40PM
Avatar for A.E.C.M. A.E.C.M. said:
This is the third book of the Gemma Doyle Trilogy. It is also the most depressing. Even if I loved the first two books and most of this one, the ending was so sad it ruined my enjoyment for the entire series. I recommend it if you keep in mind how sad the ending is.
posted Dec 18, 2011 at 2:40PM
I liked this book. Wasn't really happy about the ending though.
posted Mar 27, 2012 at 9:34PM
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main characters Gemma Doyle
Age: 16
Has visions of the future; sent to a boarding school after her mother's death; followed by a young man who warns her to fight off her visions; can enter the "realms" where magical powers let anything happen.

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