[KINDLE] ✽ Graduation Day (The Testing, #3) ❁ Joelle Charbonneau – Buyphenergan500.us

Graduation Day (The Testing, #3) In A Scarred And Brutal Future, The United Commonwealth Teeters On The Brink Of All Out Civil War The Rebel Resistance Plots Against A Government That Rules With Cruelty And Cunning Gifted Student And Testing Survivor Cia Vale Vows To Fight But She Can T Do It Alone This Is The Chance To Lead That Cia Has Trained For But Who Will Follow Plunging Through Layers Of Danger And Deception, Cia Must Risk The Lives Of Those She Loves And Gamble On The Loyalty Of Her Lethal Classmates.

[KINDLE] ✽ Graduation Day (The Testing, #3)  ❁ Joelle Charbonneau – Buyphenergan500.us
  • Hardcover
  • 304 pages
  • Graduation Day (The Testing, #3)
  • Joelle Charbonneau
  • English
  • 16 June 2018
  • 0547959214

    10 thoughts on “[KINDLE] ✽ Graduation Day (The Testing, #3) ❁ Joelle Charbonneau – Buyphenergan500.us


  1. says:

    Very disappointing ending to the series There were so many little things that irritated in this book Her magical, omnipresent bag of holding, for example It s always there, and it contains anything and everything At one point I thought the bag was the author having a sly joke with the reader, but I think that was wishful thinking.Nobody behaved in ways that made sense Why would a national leader put a child in charge of a violent uprising For that matter, the whole testing system makes no Very disappointing ending to the series There were so many little things that irritated in this book Her magical, omnipresent bag of holding, for example It s always there, and it contains anything and everything At one point I thought the bag was the author having a sly joke with the reader, but I think that was wishful thinking.Nobody behaved in ways that made sense Why would a national leader put a child in charge of a violent uprising For that matter, the whole testing system makes no sense, regardless of past history It would be like if the most talented kids competed for the chance to get into the Hunger Games, and the winners got to be president How is this a valid method to identify leadership skills And why would Cia trust any leaders who had been chosen through this process No matter how...


  2. says:

    This final book in the series, which up until this point had been decent, was abysmal it was just absolutely terrible I read the first two books in a few days but I almost had to pin my eyelids open to get through this one.Here s a content breakdown 50% Talking about what to do again and again andThe President gives Cia an assignment Cia spends several chapters coming up with a plan that we then have to listen to her tell Tomasand then Staciaand then Raffeand Zeen Then they hav This final book in the series, which up until this point had been decent, was abysmal it was just absolutely terrible I read the first two books in a few days but I almost had to pin my eyelids open to get through this one.Here s a content breakdown 50% Talking about what to do again and again andThe President gives Cia an assignment Cia spends several chapters coming up with a plan that we then have to listen to her tell Tomasand then Staciaan...


  3. says:

    Well, thank God we have Cia in the future because she seems to be the lone possible savior of the entire world Literally Even the president needs this teenage girl to save what is left of the country because she has not one other person in all of her government that can do what Super Cia can do So, don t worry for our future, kids, Cia is on the case Seriously, I ve read some annoyingly too good at everything characters before, but Cia takes the cake I really liked The Testing, and enjoyed I Well, thank God we have Ci...


  4. says:

    Okayas much as I would like to tell you that the finale to this dystopian series wouldn t end in a rebellion, I couldn t tell you that because that is exactly the direction of the entire series Having said that though, I ...


  5. says:

    Reading the final book in a trilogy,most of all in dystopian is always a dread for me especially after having read the Divergent series , cause I never wanted to experience anyfrustrations after having read an awesome starting of the series,when at the final book,you ll only be devastated on the series ending that sucks big time So to be honest,I want to tell you that I enjoyed reading this book,but not as much as I enjoyed the first two books in this series.In this final book,Cia was gi Reading the final book in a trilogy,most of all in dystopian is always a dread for me especially after having read the Divergent series , cause I never wanted to experience anyfrustrations after having read an awesome starting of the series,when at the final book,you ll only be devastated on the series ending that sucks big time So to be honest,I want to tell you that I enjoyed reading this book,but not as much as I enjoyed the first two books in this series.In this final book,Cia was given a big responsibility she never expected.And that responsibility who put it on her,surprised her evenThe task that was given to her is to find a way to get rid of the highest ranking officials of the Testing,so they could finally stop the whole process of the Testing But I felt like Cia had fallen out of her character a bit,that her being indecisive here made me worry if she would be able to save her...


  6. says:

    Oh dear Lord, this was seriously a let down The first two books Fantastic Action packed Loved them.This one Boooooooring I was stuck between finishing what I d started and setting it down because of how boring it was Only a few pages in, I knew it was already not as good as the first two There are a few spoilers from here I suppose Just don t readif you haven t read it yet As someone else has already pointed out, why in the heck would a president put a teenage girl in charge of Oh dear Lord, this was seriously a let down The first two books Fantastic Action packed Loved them.This one Boooooooring I was stuck between finishing what I d started and setting it down because of how boring it was Only a few pages in, I knew it was already not as good as the first two There are a few spoilers from here I suppose Just don t readif you haven t read it yet As someone else has already pointed out, why in the heck would a president put a teenage girl in charge of everything Yeah, I get that she s the only one the president can trust, or something ...


  7. says:

    Graduation Day begins in high tension, right where Independent Study left off, but within the first few pages author Joelle Charbonneau manages to weave in a review of the previous two books in the series without diminishing the tautness or velocity of this final entry in The Testing trilogy very helpful for readers like me who have had a wait between volumes to finish the story Cia has just discovered a shocking truth about the rebellion meant to bring down the Testing a ruthless elimination Graduation Day begins in high tension, right where Independent Study left off, but within the first few pages author Joelle Charbonneau manages to weave in a review of the previous two books in the series without diminishing the tautness or velocity of this final entry in The Testing trilogy very helpful for readers like me who have had a wait between volumes to finish the story Cia has ...


  8. says:

    I just can t get past the Mary Sue main character She seems to have an intimate knowledge of EVERYTHING, so she never has to ask people questions or consult books She is the only trustworthy person in the entire novel, so much so that the president asked her alone to commit the act that would prevent a war, with no other plan to fall back on She won t accept help from anyone else because she doesn t have faith in anyone but herself Oh and she also has superhuman strength because with the amo I just can t get past the Mary Sue main character She seems to have an intimate knowledge of EVERYTHING, so she never has to ask people questions or consult books She is the only trustworthy person in the entire novel, so much so that the president asked her alone to commit the act that would prevent a war, with no o...


  9. says:

    If I m being honest with myself, the way The Testing ends the series up is a little bit of a disappointment It s not the trainwreck that The Hunger Games became, mind you, but it s still felt a little out of step and not the sense of closure one would expect.Essentially, we ve spent the first two books building up a world so Cia can tear it down The book has moved into full on political conspiracy mode with plenty of spycraft and such to go along with it Once things get started, the book real If I m being honest with myself, the way The Testing ends the series up is a little bit of a disappointment It s not the trainwreck that The Hunger Games became, mind you, but it s still felt a little out of step and not the sense of closure one would expect.Essentially, we ve spent the first two books building up a worl...


  10. says:

    Ne Ne a ne N.To byla takov nuda Takov lehce p edv dateln nic pln ni eho.Hrozn jsem se po jedni ce t ila na dal d ly, co si autorka vymysl , ale evidentn u netu ila, CO SI VYMYSLET.Posledn d l byl pln YA blbosti v podob hlavn hrdinka mus ud lat v echno, proto e je to prost hlavn hrdinka a ...

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