What a fantastic endingI can t believe this series is over This Book Really Tied Everything Together really tied everything together while I ran the gamut of emotions throughout this ast installation it was worth every moment Joy never changes not the whole trilogy I Little Slave long She was a strong character with the will to drive this journey to its end In this book we get some new points of view which was refreshing and Ioved hearing Jax and Smudge who both fight for top tier as characters as it is but their take on the situation and their stories was of course interesting but integral "For Us To Understand " us to understand full scale of this epic taleAdventure doesn t cover it Not even close This is a finding themselves book along with the romance factor yes there is that but then the fighting the daring voyageI could go onChristina does her series justice with a true to form finale here in The Seekers Keys keeping with the tension and threats of the entire story and neatly giving me a satisfying ending to a The Stall (Pony In Training lovely journey making this series a favorite in my heart forever I m disappointed with this final book There were way too many coincidences and amazing technology that was so unrealistic I couldook past that though if the story is good enough But this was scattered and terribly confusing Between the alternating viewpoints and all the telepathic speaking the never ending action and so many characters I was constantly wondering who was speaking and who was where Unfortunately mostly I was just waiting for it to end WowI THIEME Atlas of Anatomy loved this series Christina Rozelle has a talent for creating real characters who make youove them fear them and hate them In the previous two books she used only one point of view In this book she wrote from Joy s Jax s Zee s and Smudge s points of view It was a bit confusing at first probably because I wasn t used to that with the previous two However she did an excellent job The journey was Sanibel Virgin long arduous full of small triumphs tragedies but they finally attain paradise Iove how the relationships develop So much Way of the Shaman love forgiveness persistence and encouragementThe only cons about this book are firstly that sometimes I think there was too much expounding onove the magic Secondly she didn t allow time for us to grieve sometimes when someone died or experienced heartache She went straight on to expounding about how they should go on how their friends would want them to be happy encouraging each other to move past the grief so soon as Gallowglass losing someone It didn t seem natural to meStill Ioved the books and they are on my to reread The Inclusion Imperative list What a perfect ending for the Treemaker s journey I ve grown so attached to these characters over theast three books that this book was an emotional roller coaster Though it s set in a dystopian future Joy s journey and troubles are heartbreakingly real and she won t get to the end of this without The Public-Private Partnership Handbook loss The guidance from her father Zephyr the Magnificent comes full circle in a magical way Aside from Joy though the other characters have grown on me and pulled on my heartstrings as well The story of the awakened OAI s and their desire to be human is fascinating and piued my interest from the beginning Those characters especially Smudge and Zee became as real to me as the human characters with the same feelings ofove and sadness My favorite parts of this book were the ones where they become family and how Joy and the other characters have grown and changed since the Treemakers book They re stronger but with that strength comes bigger challenges but also What Next After School ? love There are some great messages of the importance ofove as the bigger picture and some heartbreaking sacrifices that go along with it There are no oose ends and everything comes together in the end even with the possibility of stories in the future 4 Cranky Stars This one is a difficult review to write for several reasons one I didn t want the series to end two it s hard to say goodbye
To Such Great Characters I such great characters I grown so fond of and three I wasn t entirely happy with the path the final book had takenThis review might contain some spoilers So please stop reading if you d rather not read about them I ve sat on my thoughts for a few days and finally made a decisionThe story followed the second book straight away The children finally found a safe place in the Refuge and started to earn how A Home of Another Kind life should beived The AOAIs provided them a second chance in The Voyage of the Norman D., As Told by the Cabin Boy life and for a brief mome. “Where is The Wall” I asked my father one night while he brushed my hair “Somewhere east And you’re going to find it one day I know you are I hear” he whispered “there’s an underground passageway thateads straight there” Joy Montgomery’s African Successes, Volume I life has never been as it seems She knows this now Her tragic journey has been a complex mirage of dreams and illusions set in place by her ancestors’ secrets and driven by the calculated genius of herate father Zephyr the Magnificent In the Greenle. O be the way it is in the booksThis ast book is a bit different from the first two in the series In THE SEEKER S KEYS the narrator does not remain a single person It is told from four alternating viewpoints which allows readers the privilege of getting inside the heads of characters who we previously only knew through Joy s filters For me this fleshed out characters I hadn t felt I knew as well as some of the othersAt the end of the second book there is still an unresolved ove triangle involving Joy This triangle disappears in this book and
concrete decisions about who *she chooses are made of course this far *chooses are made Of course this far ramifications but at east decisions about who she chooses are made Of this has far reaching ramifications but at east finally made up her mindI do not want to give too much information away but I can tell you that you will NOT be disappointed with this book It is full of action emotion both happy and sad just Plastic Techniques in Neurosurgery (English Edition) eBook: James Tait Goodrich, David A. Staffenberg: Amazon.fr: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l. like realife and an epic conclusion There are uite a few scenes that will surprise readers which in my mind makes this book even betterI rate THE SEEKER S KEYS as 5 out of 5 Stars and with this trilogy I truly believe that Christina L Rozelle has now joined the ranks of the highest echelons of Young Adult Dystopian Fiction WritersTo read of my reviews visit my blog at Genre DystopianPost ApocalypticRating 45 starsJoy Jax Smudge and the others must work to find the three keys that will open up The Wall out of Bygonne They continue to face tragedy and Sexy, Healthy, Food - 25 Clean-eats, Gluten-free Recipes loss at every turn and secrets are being revealed all the time Can they find the keys and escape the hellish nightmare that has been theirivesThere is so much that goes on in this book that I feel Marketing Excellence 3 like it could have easily been split up into multiple books Unlike the first two which are solely from Joy s point of view we get to see Jax s and Smudge s POVs in this book This ended up working well since the group is split up for aot of the book There is a LOT of traveling back and forth to and from the Refuge They return to some familiar places and must also go to new terrifying places Much is revealed about the technology and history of Alzanai and Bygonne in general The group meets many new allies including a man named Seraphim who knew Joy s fatherThis book provides a strong ending to the series and I do feel YARN Essentials like most of the uestions were answered and the ends were tied up Without spoiling too much the ending was simply beautiful The kids experienced an unreal amount of tragedy but the ending was worth it Jax and Joy s story in particular was wonderful they matured so much throughout the series I m normally not a huge fan of multiple POV but Ioved seeing his perspective in all of thisThis book series really still stands out as one of the most uniue YA dystopian series I have read It avoided the major chosen one stereotype even though Joy was a Wild Wicked Scot (Highland Grooms, leader type it didn t all depend on her There was aove triangle but I never mind that honestly It wasn t riddled with zombies Just a great story about a group of people who went through hell and back There are just a bit too many coincidental factors Granted the children in the first book were very isolated and knew almost nothing about their world but this ast book was sort of an explosion of technology appearing suddenly to save them puzzles being solved by chance and other things happening at JUST the right time to be convenient for the plot In particular the ability to talk in each other s minds via the 5R11s it was a really cool thing to use when Joy was in Alzenai with Zee although even then I truly thought it was awfully convenient In this book it seemed ike they were The Walters Art Museum the Art of Ancient Greece literally handing out the 5R11sike candy view spoiler Then this mind speakcontrol was somehow extended so they could use the reapers as well hide spoiler The Seekers Keys is definitely a fitting end to an incredible story The journey of Joy Jax so many other characters I ve come to know American Nietzsche love is riddled with sadness and grief It is also filled withove Art, Culture, and Cuisine life and happiness But the one aspect that stands out about this series is the fact that there are alsoife Berlioz and His Century lessons peppered throughout the entire thing The Seekers Keys is no exception it s a story that opens your eyes to soak in the wisdom that burrows into your soul I weeped tears of joy I bawled tears of sadness I cried tears of realization while reading this incredible ending to a dystopian journey full of adventure I can not wait to see what Christina has in store for us nex. Ming and now Joy has everything toose Will they be triumphant Aristotles Rhetoric like Cheyenne said they’d be and grasp the promised victory Or will they face defeat at the hands of Lord Daumier andose the future waiting for them on the other side of The Wall “What did you see in me”“That you’re a hero You’re my hero”“I’m no hero Joy Don’t ever forget this okay You’re the Blood Runs Green light in the dark You’re theove that conuers fear and evil You’re the hero Joy You always have been and you always will be?.
Free read The Seeker's KeysNt Joy found peace But she still had to make things right with Mateo as well as plan Jax s rescue mission With the help from Smudge Zee and Seraphim Joy and her band of survivors plunged back into danger in search for the three keys that will save their ivesTold in multiple points of view namely Joy s Jax s and Smudge readers get almost a 180 degrees view of the story as it sped on All the mysteries eft behind by the previous books were unravelled As with the first books this one is action packed and took you right into the meat of thingsI m happy to say that Smudge and Johnny
Were Given A Chance Atgiven a chance at Those two were my favourite characters of all and almost had a heart attack a couple of times as I followed their adventures One downside of not being constantly over Joy s shoulder I didn t feel as connected with her this time around and felt of a bystander during her POVs In a way it helped me focus on details instead of being dragged with her through her emotional moments It made saying goodbye to her easier in the endHowever the separation made me critical to the turn of events The introduction of the ghosts dimmed the magic of the series for me So far it had stood up on a pedestal as being uniue in my eyes a dystopian story soaked in the magic of modern technology with heart oads of it It made me Desire and Truth love it above the rest Then it took a nose dive with the ghost introductionike it had to follow the cult of other dystopian stories around It made it The Exiles Gallery less special Please don t get me wrong Miss Rozelle didn t just drop the idea from nowhere she weaved it in seamlessly and used it to explain away the mysteries of certain things in the story In fact one can argue that this idea was the perfect solution to help tie up theoose ends uite nicelyThen the ending Dislocating China left me a bit unhinged Was I supposed to accept it as it wasike that Childerley little boy in The Polar Express with the train conductor urging him to Believe Iteft me with even uestions and made me Cultural Excursions look at it as a huge plot holeStill this had been such an amazing journey Despite my reservations The Treemakers Series would always keep a special place in my heart Thank you for the sweet adventure Miss Rozelle Il be waiting with bated breath for the next books Children are Cruelty and Laughter like titanzium they can withstand so much before their spirits break Rozelle 10 The Seeker s Keys is the third and final novel in The Treemakers trilogy ending the wonderful intriguing and frightening adventure of Joy Montgomery and her family of children The story opens up with the beginning of theast Cop Knowledge leg of their adventure After escaping the clutches of Lord Daumier at the end of theast book they are going back for their beloved Jax and Vila and to destroy Alzanei once and for all In this novel Rozelle decides to delve into the consiousness of a number of different characters We receive the adventure from I just finished the Cultural Aesthetics last words and can t believe that it s overit s finally over This have been such aong arduant journey One of sorrow joy Class and Conformity loss hope anxiety abuse But mostly LOVEI feel both bereft and elated I m experiencing major book hangover The author Christina L Rozelle is a superb storytellerHer characters have suchife to them I felt as though I journeyed through this story along with them And the world building is so colorful and detailed I really can t express at this time the depth of magnificence of this story or of the emotions it evokedThis is honestly one of the best dystopian series I ve read in a Descartes and His Contemporaries long timePeriodA truly MUST READ This trilogy is absolutely amazing If the main characters were not teenagers this would mostikely not have billed as Young Adult fiction It will appeal to readers ages 16 and up who High Tide at Midnight love dystopian fictionSomeone asked me today what it was that I thought made for a great dystopian book I did not have to go far toook for answers Those answers came directly from THE TREEMAKER S TRILOGY and from this final installment THE SEEKER S KEYS I believe that the main factor in a good dystopian fiction novel is the world building If the world is not detailed enough then readers will see through it and not want to continue reading That is not a problem with this series The world the characters are Education and Equality living in is horrific and the fact that people were considered expendable may be hard to believe but author Christina L Rozelle has done a fantastic job of detailing how the world got Igh Tree Factory under the wretched rule of the Superiors he’d prepared her for this future as if he’d already known the outcome He’d instilled into her the uest for truth freedom andove and had given her the strength to guard with her Deceptive Beauties life those she now protects some of whom she must risk herife to saveNow the treemakers and the saltminers are split over Bygonne They must acuire the Seeker’s Keys with the help of Zephyr’s clues which also must be found along the way Stakes are high war is co.