Sadly, this is the end of the series, but I will gladly read whatever Carter comes out with next. There was so many revelations as to her role with the Project. But with no resources and the recruits already turning against each other, Lydia has to focus on just surviving before she can make the world a better place. Lydia has been trained into a person she might have once feared: focused, fierce, deadly. But for Rachel Carter, I think this book is below expectation. The first few pages of this novel were a bit confusing for the soul reason that it had been a long time since I had read the second book.
All of my favourite characters were featured. The rest of us go around and state our numbers, a collective lottery ticket instead of a group of people. Find Me Where the Water Ends is that type of book that not only perfectly ties together Lydia's character arc from beginning to end, it's also the type of book that provides important and occasionally difficult life lessons on adulthood, and what it means to adjust to what life throws at you. Lydia and Wes are back together, but they are doing things for the project and a murder is the first thing on the list. There was no stretch of the mind, and I did not need to get out the dictionary for new vocabulary. Rachel took the appropriate time to deal with the magnamity of these events -- not too short, but not so long that it became the entire focus of the book.
I'm still mourning over those beloved people. My mom always said I speed through shit. Find Me Where the Water Ends is an better than average ending to this trilogy. This book started intense and just kept ramping it up. I also very much appreciated the ending of this book, which was also the ending of the trilogy. At the beginning of her first mission, however, she finds that one of the other participants is Wes - the boy who said he loved her but ultimately betrayed her to the Project.
It was my iPod background for like what? Every year, conspiracy theorists flocked to Camp Hero, an old army base on the very tip of Long Island, looking for clues that a secret government facility was hidden under the ground. I don't want to spoil it for you, but everything works out in the end. You can call me Eleven, he says to the room in general. Every time I turned a page something bigger happened, this is why I love Carters writing. Her debut novel, So Close to You, will be available from HarperTeen on July 10th, 2012. He and I were sparring partners a few months ago, part of the same training group in the Center. This book really had an even better ending than I could have expected.
I slide back the old-fashioned lock and swing the door open. I've read many books where the ending was either overly-ideal, or incredibly frustrating due to problems left hanging or the main character ending up miserable. Lydia has been trained into a person she might have once feared: focused, fierce, deadly. It is too comfortable of a position. Her arms are way too thin! I would not be surprised come January if it is on my list of the top 14 books of 2014. Rating: Three out of Five -ofpaperandwords.
I love when I have to actually consider how something occurred in a novel, because it shows just how much effort the author put into creating an intelligent, cohesive plot. There is never the sense that Lydia has lost her dreams, more that she has adjusted her expectations as time has progressed - something that is not only fitting given Lydia's involvement with the Montauk Project, but also a thoughtful idea for readers to mull over. In a very early version, Lydia was being chased by a recruit from the future, who knew about something she would do in the past, who might or might not be from her present, who was being attacked by another recruit who knew something else about her future. He nods, keeping his body forward, his hands swinging in the space between his knees. The story had an exciting plot all the way through. My original connection with her was easily reestablished and just continued to grow throughout the entire series.
Now this is how you end a trilogy! Now, let's get to Lydia. He grabs my arm as I move past him, forcing me to stop. It's Lydia's last chance to stop the Montauk Project. He trails off, staring down at the white and black tiles on the floor. You seemed pretty out of it. It's pushed aside, though, when the mission veers off-course and the team of recruits is forced to run from the authorities in a future world none of them truly know. The Project has taken so much from Lydia already, but she knows that Lydia has been trained into a person she might have once feared: focused, fierce, deadly.
Forum rules You must limit each topic thread in this section to only one book or only one series. I fall back against the seat as the window explodes, as the metal erupts, and my body, just skin and blood and bones, is no match for the force of it. Great way to finish a spectacular series. I love him to death. You had your head down, looked kind of blank. I'm sad thinking that there won't be any more additions to this series, but I'm excited to see what kind of amazing world the author creates next. The plot is pretty solid, and the timeline is smooth.
But she made due and it did end up helping her in the long run. I quickly had to decide how my universe worked. I would watch you, sometimes, in the Center. First off, I have to say how much I adore the titles for the books in this series. That is where I learned how to be a recruit—how to fight, how to survive in the wilderness with no supplies, how to load a gun in seconds. I will definitely read it again in the future.
This takes her on a long journey through time in which she meets Wes the man she will fall in love with. The stakes are really high in this last book. Well, I already read the previous two books, so I might as well read the last one. She is forced to do things she never thought possible and if she wants to survive she will have to learn to trust the one person that broke her heart. As Lydia glimpses a world in which the Montauk project never existed she knows she will do everything in her power to make that a reality.