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The 3rd in The One trilogy. "The One" becomes a nauseatingly belaboured plot point. Everything is discussed to death before anything happens. And somehow the main character endlessly triumphs over everything and all, somehow remaining humble and submissive all the while. If she's so amazing and all depends on her, why does everyone keep treating her like she owes them an explanation?! In the situation she's in, with the decisions she's made and has to make, I found the main character to be non-relatable and non-believable. She's too perfect. This global end-of-the-world war being fought & won only in the states is neatly explained in two sentences & victory tied up with a short & pretty ribbon. Too easy. All of it too simple. As if the author herself couldn't wait to type The End.
this was an amazing trilogy and had me hooked - I did start reading it in February 2021 but the beginning was a little intense because of COVID so put it away for about 4 or 5 months and then started reading again and was immediately hooked. Didn't want it to end :( I will definitely be looking into more of her books <3
What a great series! Nora Roberts trilogy was amazing from the first book to the last page! I was very sad when I read the last words, but so very glad that I read the trilogy. It’s one of those series of books that you wish that would go on and on. Thank you Nora for taking us into your books and characters and for such an exciting ride into the rhelm of majicks!