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    Bright Ruin (PDF) Free read Ï PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB õ Vic James review Bright Ruin Fear was the superpower they all possessed And unlike Midsummer’s monsters there was no limit to the number of people they could control with it On sale now Final review first posted on Fantasy LiteratureVic James wraps up her hard hitting DA

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    Bright Ruin (PDF) review Bright Ruin Bright Ruin by Vic James is the third book of the young adult fantasy Dark Gifts series From the title of the se

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    Bright Ruin (PDF) Free read Ï PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB õ Vic James review Bright Ruin BRIGHT RUIN brings to an end the DARK GIFTS trilogy which began with GILDED CAGE back in 2017 This series delivered on nearly every promise it made back then resulting in an extremely satisfying experience for this readerWe're back with all the same characters well the ones that are still alive and resuming their

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    review Bright Ruin Vic James õ 6 Free download Bright Ruin (PDF) Rating 35History only appeared inevitable because it was written in a world where it had already happenedA rather stunning conclusion to an ov

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    Vic James õ 6 Free download Free read Ï PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB õ Vic James Bright Ruin (PDF) Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest reviewVic James has created a fantastic world well plotted and filled with deep complicated flawed characters It's hard to believe that this trilogy is her debut into the realm of published novels because she's excelled from start

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    Bright Ruin (PDF) Vic James õ 6 Free download review Bright Ruin WELL WELLBefore reading I have actual heartburn at the thought of this bookAfter reading I have actual heartburn at the thought of this book

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    Free read Ï PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB õ Vic James Bright Ruin (PDF) Vic James õ 6 Free download A bit of a mind bending finish to an interesting trilogy Things did not go where I thought they would in this story when I

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    Bright Ruin (PDF) This is the final book of a fantasy trilogy about a group of young people fighting for freedom in a reimagined England in which Euals with magical Skills have supplanted royalty and the government People who are not Euals are reuired to serve as slaves for a ten year period It cannot be read as a standalone since there i

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    Bright Ruin (PDF) Free read Ï PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB õ Vic James review Bright Ruin I received a copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review However I own the two other instalments in this trilogy and plan to buy this one as soon as it's outWhat a fantastic finaleI love the Dark Gifts trilogy to the point where I'd possibly declare this as my favourite YA fantasyThe premise is very sim

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    Bright Ruin (PDF) Free read Ï PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB õ Vic James Vic James õ 6 Free download Rating of 35ish I know this is not one of the beloved YA series of the last few years It lacks certain author names associated with it crazy romantic love triangles there's almost one and other things that seem to sell YA books these days Al

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Free download Bright Ruin ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Magically gifted aristocrats rule and commoners are doomed to serve But a rebellion threatens the old order The dystopian trilogy that began with Gilded Cage and Tarnished City concludesIn a world where t Fear was the superpower they all possessed And unlike Midsummer s monsters there was no limit to the number of people they could control with it On sale now Final review first posted on Fantasy LiteratureVic James wraps up her hard hitting DARK GIFTS fantasy trilogy with Bright Ruin which picks up right where the second book Tarnished City left off This series is set an alternative version of our world where a minority called the Euals has powerful magical gifts What they are supposed to be eual to is a good uestion since in England and several other countries they have used their powers to cruelly oppress the non magical majority Among other abuses all Skilless are forced to spend ten years of their lives as slaves Initially the Skilless Hadley family including older teens Abigail Abi and Luke were planning to spend their slavedays in what they hoped would be relative ease serving the powerful Jardine family Their plans predictably fell into ruins and the Hadleys have been scattered about Great BritainAs Bright Ruin begins Abi has barely escaped death in the Blood Fair an old public execution tradition that has been unearthed by the Jardines Luke for his part barely escaped death in the isolated Scottish castle of Lord Crovan perhaps the most sadistic of the Euals who delights in mental torture Abi and Luke are now racing around England in different directions each pursing their own part of the uprising against the tyranny of the Euals Abi is supporting the main rebel group which has support from a few Euals who have a conscience Gavar the oldest Jardine brother has rather surprisingly thrown his support behind the rebellion along with Midsummer a young Eual woman with a pregnant unSkilled girlfriend who has the power to bring stone statues to life Abi s goals begin to diverge from those of the rebellion leadership as she concludes that a particular violent act may be the only way to effectively disrupt the rule of the EualsMeanwhile Luke has fallen in with the enigmatic Eual Silyen the youngest Jardine brother whose main value in life is gaining knowledge at almost any cost Silyen is also interested in Luke on a personal romantic level but right now Luke is preoccupied with trying to rescue a friend from a Crovan s castle of torture To gain Silyen s help with his uest Luke promises to help Silyen find out about the ancient mythical Wonder King a mysterious near forgotten figure who inexplicably still seems to be influencing Great BritainVic James constantly surprises in the DARK GIFTS trilogy The death toll is high and nobody even main characters is safe People develop and change disclosing previously unsuspected facets of their personalities or hidden agendas Is Gavar trustworthy Is the Speaker s son Jon nurturing a relationship with Bouda Jardine to help the rebellion or is he a hidden traitor Is Silyen s thirst for knowledge leading him to work for good or evil There are nuances to the characters of people that make them multi layered and unpredictable and deceptions abound Power corrupts but sometimes the desire for power is just as soul crushingThe mystical Wundorcyning Wonder King provides a kind of Beowulf flavored interlude that tickled my fancy His scenes felt somewhat random at the time but provide a key to the ultimate resolution of the story There s an odd element to it though involving death and its relationship to power that challenged my ability to suspend disbelief The ending of Bright Ruin though exciting leaves many loose ends and uestions about the future of some key characters not to mention Britain itself and even the world While on the one hand that treatment is realistic at the same time I was yearning for explication perhaps another scene or two to give a better sense of closure Perhaps there might be future novels from James set in this world One can hopeI recommend the DARK GIFTS trilogy for fans of contemporary fantasy with a darker dystopian edge to it and who appreciate political machinations social commentary and unpredictable well drawn characters I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley and the publisher and this is my voluntary review Thank you

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Free download Bright Ruin ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB He lower classes must endure ten years of forced service to unfairly advantaged magically powered rulers a teenage boy dreams of rebellion his older sister yearns for love and knowledge and a dangerous yo WELL WELLBefore reading I have actual heartburn at the thought of this bookAfter reading I have actual heartburn at the thought of this book

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Free download Bright Ruin ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ung aristocrat seeks to remake the world with his dark gifts In Bright Ruin the final book in the trilogy set in modern day England our heroes will lead a revolution that will transform or destroy the wor This is the final book of a fantasy trilogy about a group of young people fighting for freedom in a reimagined England in which Euals with magical Skills have supplanted royalty and the government People who are not Euals are reuired to serve as slaves for a ten year period It cannot be read as a standalone since there is no recap of the prior books I have to be strict with myself with respect to getting involved with trilogies The later books are almost never as good as the first book and unfortunately that is the case with this trilogy While I wanted to find out how everything turned out after reading the first book it was really a slog through books 2 and 3 Too much of our world was built into the fantasy world in this book in a ham handed fashion including child deportation and resentment of the elite This book had a lot of rescue operations and I got tired of them Eventually I think the author got tired of them too because the societal problems got resolved pretty abruptly In the final chapters people were killed off a romance came out of nowhere two of the protagonists underwent a character change and some convenient magic was newly introduced and unexplained Ultimately the series held my interest but it was just ok I received a free copy of this book from the publisher

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