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Matisin lid náhle umírá na nemoc, která panuje v kraji a jejíž přítomnost ho chránila před nezvanými návštěvníky. A co hůř, vojáci Dominia se snaží s pomocí brutálních zbraní zabrat jejich území.Aby Matisini lidé získali převahu a mohli vyjednat mír, potřebují obyvatelům Dominia nabídnout lék na smrtící chorobu, který před ní dosud chránil i je — alespoň Matisa i EmmelineMatisin lid náhle umírá na nemoc, která panuje v kraji a jejíž přítomnost ho chránila před nezvanými návštěvníky. A co hůř, vojáci Dominia se snaží s pomocí brutálních zbraní zabrat jejich území.Aby Matisini lidé získali převahu a mohli vyjednat mír, potřebují obyvatelům Dominia nabídnout lék na smrtící chorobu, který před ní dosud chránil i je — alespoň Matisa i Emmeline jsou o tom přesvědčené. Sny obou dívek ale odhalí nečekané řešení, které Em dovede zpátky na místo, odkud se snažila celý život uniknout.Se sílící válečnou hrozbou na obzoru se Emmeline musí postavit své minulosti a riskovat život pro vytouženou budoucnost....

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ISBN : 35155701
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 320 Pages
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  • Alannah
    2019-05-07 02:27

    3.5 StarsWhat a beautifully written book, Boorman certainly has a lyrical way with words. This book was the perfect ending to the Winterkill trilogy, and I'm a little sad to see it all go. Whilst I didn't enjoy this one as much as Darkthaw - the first 100 pages were a little slow - the second half of the book was really riveting and highly intense, and overall I am happy with the ending.

  • Milan Nekolný
    2019-04-29 03:24

    Třetí díl trilogie přinesl i docela akční zvraty děje. Bylo docela těžké se od čtení odtrhnout. Konec trilogie de facto zůstal otevřený a nechal na čtenářově fantasii, kterým směrem se bude ubírat.

  • Kerryn (RatherBeReading)
    2019-05-13 05:32

    This series for me was definitely a victim of the time taken between the books. I just was not connected to the series in the way that I would have been had I been able to read the series closer together.I also found this particular installment very slow to get going.I will say that my favourite part about the series overall is by far Em's character development.

  • Nicole Luiken
    2019-05-21 04:27

    Strong ending for the trilogy. The last half of the book whipped by. Emmeline is a great character, capable and strong yet emotionally vulnerable. I love how she learned to ride a horse this book (which made for a great cover!)Quibble: The initial chase scene felt like a bit of a cheat.

  • Carina Olsen
    2019-05-13 07:48

    Oh, how I wish I could have loved this final book. But sadly, I did not. I even liked it less than book one and two. Which is why I have to give this one a one star. Ugh. So disappointed. And so sad too. I had such high hopes for this trilogy. I really thought I would love them all. Instead I disliked every one of them. Sniffs.I don't even know where to start. It is not that I hated this book like crazy. Because I didn't. I simply felt nothing. And that isn't a good thing. I grew to dislike the writing a whole bunch. It just got worse and worse. How Emmeline describes things. And how she thinks. It just bothered me so much. And that makes me so sad.I wish I could say that Emmeline was better in this third book. But she wasn't. For me, she was even more selfish and even more boring. Simply cared nothing for her. She felt so false to me. Like how she starts caring for a horse and a dog in this book. Yet I did not at all feel that she loved either of them. I felt that Emmeline was just cold. All the time. She thinks about feeling such a fierce love and whatever. But I didn't get that feeling for her at all. And her relationship with Kane. Haha. I don't get this romance at all. They never talk. They never do anything together. Yet they are deeply in love. Hah. Such a silly romance. And Emmeline doesn't get anything that Kane feels at all. She is so selfish. They don't talk about things. She doesn't. He doesn't. It was annoying.Oh, and there are love triangle hints in this book. Ugh. There isn't a real triangle. But there is a girl that, to Emmeline, is crazy about Kane. And Emmeline is full of jealousy and rage and it was so incredible silly. There was lots of drama between her and Kane too. Silly drama. This whole book was just silly. I found all the friendships to be silly too. And cheesy. I didn't get these relationships at all. I so didn't get why any of them were friends. Or why they seemed to love each other so much. Ugh. Just, so disappointing. All of it.There was one character I would have liked to read more about. Charlie. Who was supposed to seem like such an awful person. Because he tried to kidnap Matisa, a girl he didn't know at all, to be able to save his very pregnant sister and his younger brother. Because of this, Emmeline hates him, and leaves him to die in book two. For real. This girl was the most horrible person. Charlie was the most interesting person and he did the right thing for his family. He was a kind boy. I only wish there had been more of him. Ugh.Wishing I could say that the plot was exciting. But it wasn't. I suppose that some will find it full of exciting stuff. But I didn't. I didn't care about a single thing. It all just felt silly to me. Probably because of how I did not like Emmeline at all. Sigh. I felt like they all acted weirdly. I was sort of curious about the sickness in the water. But didn't like their name for it. Or how they went about it all. So I wasn't that interested in all of it. Most of this book is just about them trying to figure out the cure, and fighting. It became so, so boring.I don't really know what to say about this book. So I'm not going to write more. I didn't find it interesting or exciting. I didn't care for any of the characters. I didn't care for the romance at all. It was just so silly. No heat. No feelings. No talking. So annoying. I am glad I tried reading all three books, though, I'm proud of myself for not quitting, lol. They are such stunning covers. And the author is lovely. But these books were not for me at all. Curious to know what others think of them all, though. I'm glad to be finished with them.---This review was first posted on my blog, Carina's Books, here:

  • SBC
    2019-05-15 03:22

    2 stars for most of the book but 3 stars for the ending celebrating solidarity in diversity.I found most of the book quite boring and the protagonist increasingly annoying. This is a shame as I really enjoyed the protagonist's story in the first book. I think the problem was that she didn't grow and change and she behaved badly with a lot of contrived conflict with her boyfriend, Kane, that was fairly idiotic. There were reasons for her to be whiny in the first book - she was living in a controlled environment and rebelling and battling to be seen as an equal. In the next two books, she had achieved that but most of the conflict had become internal and she still felt whiny to me. I'm not really sure what it was but I just think the first book held together better with that battle inside the walls. Once we stepped outside the walls, it became less of a dystopia and more of an adventure/exploration/colonialism story. However, I think the main problem for me was not the genre but the characterisation and character interactions.Still, overall an interesting read.

  • Drucilla
    2019-05-01 06:37

    It's been a long time since I read a series that was as consistently good all the way through like this series has been. The books before have been a strong offering and Heartfire was no different. Boorman does a good job of seeding things from the previous books into this one and it really makes a cohesive finale. All of the characters are great (I could have used more Em and Kane moments, though!) and even though there's a journey aspect to the story like the previous book, more interesting stuff is happening in the foreground of the plot. Two thumbs up. I highly recommend.

  • Rei
    2019-05-19 07:33

    Una muy entretenida trilogía que nos presenta a Em una chica que vive en un asentamiento aislado pero con sueños de ver más allá. sus sueños, sus viajes y las aventuras que la llevan a conocer nuevas personas y luchar por sobrevivir y llevar a su gente lo mejor. Una historia muy recomendable, me gusto mucho.

  • Chrystin Bilbrough
    2019-05-09 03:36

    What an awesome book! You never know whats gonna happen! Wow, extremely happy that I read this book series. 5 stars all the way.

  • Mari
    2019-05-10 00:43

    I very much enjoyed the ending of Enmeline's story.

  • Leanne
    2019-04-30 01:25

    Pacing was a little stop-and-go but all and all an above-average final book in a trilogy I enjoyed, with a very satisfying ending. <3

  • Ema
    2019-04-27 00:46

    I pick this book because its cover. So, it's my mistake.

  • Kim Dyer
    2019-04-26 06:31

    I felt that this final instalment of the series was very similar to Darkthaw. It carried the same tone (which was still unlike that of Winterkill) and with that came the same kind of problems.The opening of the novel was probably the strongest part. I liked seeing osanaskisiwak culture at long last and reading about Em's gradual realisation with regards to how the cure for the Bleed work. However, the novel quickly lost steam once the party resumed their journey.Everything in the novel just felt so rushed, as though Boorman was trying to condense a much grander story into a relatively short page count. The return to the Keep could have been dramatic but was 0ver too quickly to build tension and "impossible" situations were resolved on a couple occasions by the arrival of supposedly dead characters or even (on one occasion) a very confusing flash flood.The climax of the story did tie off loose ends but I still found it to be unsatisfying. It was just too neat. Em barely witnessed the final battle between the Settlement and Leon's men and so there was no real sense of loss. The tension between the Dominion and the First People was rounded up with very little struggle and it all just came across as being unrealistically easy for everyone concerned.In terms of character, I still feel the way I did in Darkthaw. Em's character development over the series has been fantastic. She's gone from strength to strength and has finally blossomed into a strong and confident young woman. The rest of the characters are far less developed. Tom has fallen into a relationship between books but very little is made of this (his lover does not seem to have much by way of a personality) and I still dislike Kane intently as he's still pretty manipulative and wholly unable to see the bigger picture.All in all, it wasn't a bad series on the whole and I'm glad I saw it to the end, but it's also probably not one that I'll read again.

  • Stacey Kondla
    2019-05-04 04:48

    I just finished this book tonight and quite enjoyed it! It is book 3 in the Winterkill Trilogy by Kate Boorman. I found it to be a solid and satisfying conclusion. If you enjoy dystopian YA, you might enjoy this trilogy very much - it reads very Canadian and is inspired by narratives of the settlement of the North American West. It is quite unique.

  • Sharon
    2019-05-11 03:32

    The second book was better.

  • Evelyn
    2019-05-24 03:41

    This is the conclusion to the Winterkill books and I liked it as much as the other books. I thought the book ended the trilogy well and story was so good! I'd definately read more books by this author

  • Nikki Vogel
    2019-05-16 02:22

    A compelling and interesting read, and a satisfying conclusion to the series. I highly recommend.

  • Chloe Naegeli
    2019-05-04 07:41

    Absolutely loved it all the way through. I've thoroughly enjoyed this whole series - the idea behind it is really interesting and unique - not your typical dystopian. Really, really loved it.

  • Nancy Lieberman
    2019-05-18 02:28

    i loved the setting the way everyone was thinking the battles it was a really good ending to the triliogy