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This "finale" was a bit weird, with the time traveling and the imposter-versus-real thing. It wasn't bad, but it could have been much better.EDIT: I think this series has hit its "jump the shark" moment by now.
Khleevi are back? I thought they were killed. And what is going on with Aari. Wait, it's not Aari? These Host people - where do they come from? This I don't think we ever figured out. Will this ever be answered. I'm glad this is the final book because I don't think I can really keep reading this series.
Aari has returned to Acorna in this book. The trouble is, she doesn't feel the same about him as she thought she would. He was now a bit pushy, and tended to hog the limelight, and kept disappearing just when she had started to feel something for him - though , for the most part, it was a guilty irritability.While Acorna is trying her best to accept him the way he is now, something is stopping her from getting totally close with him - even when he goes back in time, using Grimalkin's portable ti...
Acorna is shocked when Aari and his brother return. Aari has his horn back, and claims that Grimalkin was able to rescue him before his torture as well as the brother before he died of starvation. However, he has lost all memories of Acorna and their life together. His attitude and behaviors do not seem like the Aari that Acorna chose as lifemate,and this causes friction. Meanwhile, the chrysoberyls given to the Linyaari and then sold to Hafiz Harakamian (satisfying the Linyaari debt and giving
I gotta say, I did not expect to enjoy this so much. The first half of this series is a little odd and disappointing, but the last two books really bring it up a notch. The final volume is full of complex time travel and emotions and Acorna being badass. Which I honestly love.I'm not entirely sure how I feel about the ending. I kind of like it, but it also kind of gives me the creeps.
I skipped sections and skimmed a lot of it. Glad to be done with the series. This last book felt like a chore and a simply repetition from previous books though slightly rearranged.
I really liked this series, but it has been over a decade since I have reread it. And I can't believe #7 exists. It just seems...so much more weirder than that others.
For the first 25-30% of this book, the “breathtaking conclusion” to the series, I was angry or confused. Or both. References to past events are not only dropped around like it's raining anvils, but they also repeated oddly. And if you were sick of “ancient earth” meaning “stuff that is contemporary to the reader” or having really effing bad puns made and then EXPLAINED, then skip this book and declare the series over.Anyway, this is the book where Aari finally comes back. He shows up in an almos...
I have really enjoyed the majority of books in the Acorna series. However, this book frustrated me to no end. What's with all the time switching back and forth? Why must you keep the crucial lifemates away from eachother? I hate that it just trails on forever and that Grimalkin who seemed so nice in Acorna's Search is turned into a horrible selfish manipulating character! It's not much to me what the writers want to do, but honestly would he feel so bad about Aari being tortured, but be complete...
Acorna’s Triumph Acorna has finally figured out how to find Aari and has gone after him. After a few twists and turns they are finally back together again but Grimalkin the Friend of the People, who has caused so many of the problems with the time travel decided that he would take one of the offsprings of Acorna and Aari. Unbeknownst to them one of their children is now missing and the one they have misses the other twin. How can they find each other?
A fantastic plot, I wasn't really sure who was whom until halfway through and that made the plot even better. The villian ends up with a deliciously apt punishment. As with other books in the series, one needs to have read some of the earlier books in order to understand the characters and their motivations.I'm glad that I ordered the next three in the series from the public library.
Acorna is happy and then confused when a much changed Aari returns to her from his time travelling. I found the coincidences in this book a little jarring, but still enjoyed the escapism and adventure as they foil a robbery, rescue some victims of the Khleevi and Acorna and Aari get together properly at last.
It is good. It starts feeling like an extension to the series. This made it feel like it shouldn't be there. It got better in the middle. Then it had everything the other books had. It also had a lot of time fun. Anyways, it became better after the beginning.
Re-read this all in one sitting today! It's just as good as I remembered when I first read it in middle school. Even though it's the conclusion to Acorna's story, there are three more books left that follow her daughter. So excited to read those for the first time!
i can not wait for the next book
Second read through. OK. Interested to see the series continues with her children. Got a little impatient near the end.
mais do mesmo, saga sem emoção, sem emoção nem acção. boa para adolescentes, pra mim fraca.
Another great addition to the series.
Acorna's Triumph (Acorna #7)McCaffrey, Annehow acorna finds a soultion to finding ari, acorna finds her mate and her dreams
Last in the series of Acorna, the unicorn girl. I enjoyed this entire series. (Acorna's children is next in line.)