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EPUB ê MOBI Dreams of Gods Monsters õ 9780316134071 ´ ❮Read❯ ➹ Dreams of Gods Monsters ➼ Author Laini Taylor – Danpashley.co.uk Two worlds are poised on the brink of a vicious war By way of a staggering deception Karou has taken control of the chimaera's rebellion and is intent on steLly reunited not in love but in a tentative alliance against their common enemy It is a twisted version of their long ago dream and they begin to hope that it might forge a way forward for their people And perhaps for themselvesBut with even bigger threats on the horizon are Karou and Akiva strong enough to stand my future wife do you love meme yesmy future wife are you ever going to love me as much as you love Liraz from those books you read five years agome I’ll get back to you on that⭐️This series has moved so far beyond its roots in DoSaB Dreams of Gods and Monsters is a war epic not just the story of a demon and angel's forbidden love Everything lovely about the first book is simply one part of a whole story There's so much nuance to both the themes and the characters This is a series you could analyze for hours The writing is still unspeakably beautiful simple yet gorgeous Laini Taylor's writing flows across the page to the point where instead of skipping across paragraphs as I usually do I was hanging on her every word I'd read her grocery lists In terms of plot though this disappointed me slightly For the first 500 pages the plot is near perfect with brilliant twists and reveals Yet my largest issue lies in the final hundred pages The plot thread of the stelians needed far buildup It's great to see worldbuilding get even fleshed out but when the first two books were so vague about worldbuilding the focus on multiple universes seems completely out of the blue It's an extra hundred pages spent on a plotline that has nothing to do with anything else in the story The plotline should've been integrated into the full story previously in the book at the very least EXTENDED YELLING ABOUT THE CHARACTER WORK Karou and Akiva's character arcs in this book were frankly a bit underwhelming After the growth and change they went through in book two much of this book is plot driven They're both compelling characters and I absolutely loved seeing them finally get together but they didn't grow uite enough for me Most of their growth comes through their relationship so thank god that Karou and Akiva are still a great couple Their scenes in the first half were few and far between which served only to make them tear worthy The touch of instalove from book one has become a complex relationship full of moments that touch my heart I'm going to dedicate an entire paragraph to my two favorite characters Liraz and Ziri These two have each developed so much since book one Ziri's goodness and sense of duty towards Karou both saddened me and gave me hope for humanity His new form allowed the narrative to explore his character even Liraz's brutality and desire to be than a machine mix to form an extremely compelling character And their relationship delighted me I know Liraz and Ziri being in a relationship is slightly convenient and I don't care because they fit Their personalities are so opposite yet so similar and it's lovely I'm unspeakably happy about them Of course Zuzana and Mik are delightful The addition of Eliza's narrative voice surprisingly helped too These three add a touch of humor to an otherwise disturbing story Also LOVIN THE IMPLIED LESBIANS AT THE END RIDIN OFF INTO THE SUNSET TOGETHER LAINI I LOVE YOUDefinitely recommend this trilogy for any fantasy fans It's been a lovely rideBlog | Goodreads | Twitter | Youtube

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Among the gods and monsters?The New York Times bestselling Daughter of Smoke Bone trilogy comes to a stunning conclusion as from the streets of Rome to the caves of the Kirin and beyond humans chimaera and seraphim strive love and die in an epic theater that transcends good and evil right and wrong friend and enem 375 stars I still really enjoyed this book but I felt this could have been a 4 book series so the last half in particular felt a bit disjointed Review to come on my channel

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Dreams of Gods MonstersTwo worlds are poised on the brink of a vicious war By way of a staggering deception Karou has taken control of the chimaera's rebellion and is intent on steering its course away from dead end vengeance The future rests on herWhen the brutal angel emperor brings his army to the human world Karou and Akiva are fina In my review for Days of Blood and Starlight I basically said that Laini Taylor could re write the phone book and I'd give it ALL the stars So she wrote me a phone book And I found out I was mistaken If this had progressed like it opened I would have fangirled over it as hard as I did for the first two installments The characters we've come to love have formed a shaky alliance with those they've called enemies for all their lives plural get it? BECAUSE RESURECTION HAHAHAHA They're about to attempt the impossible try to bring peace to their world It's filled with dialog action suspense etc In short it's filled with actual frigging scenes But then everything goes horribly wrong for our heroes and heroines as it does and we find ourselves back on earth following the lives of new characters and trapped in chapters made up of huge blocks of narrative The problem with this type of storytelling is that it drags I the reader knew that shit was hitting the fan elsewhere and I lamented over being stuck inside the head of a person whom I'd just met and didn't give a shit about The further into the book I got the worse things became I didn't feel as though I were reading a book I felt as though I were being lectured by the author and I began to really notice it So much so that it took away from the story progression Then repetition was introduced in that every single time that Karou and Akiva were near each other scratch that every single time I found myself reading from their perspectives I was subjected to their never ending musings about each other I find that sort of angst filled repetition to not only be annoying but patronizing You've already told me three times that they pine for each other I get it really I do I'm a semi intelligent human being I'm not going to forget this fact after taking a break from their internal monologue filled narratives to read about Jim Whogivesafuck for thirty pages Between the long winded pining the info dump expositions and the repetition I found myself starting to skim towards the end And then there was the never ending Karou Akiva Contrivance How many times are you going to have your main characters almost get together before pulling them apart again? You can only do this so much before it starts to feel forced and the reader becomes aware of the author's machinations The last time was the final straw for me and my skimming became full page flipping for the last fifty or so pages where I found out that three books of buildup led to a disappointing conclusion in their story arc In short where the fuck was her editor?Blog | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Pinterest