Circle of Fire

With time dwindling but her will to end the Prophecy stronger than ever, Lia sets out on voyag to understand the remaining keys, locate the missing pages of the Prophecy, and convince her sister Alice to help -- or risk her life trying. Lia has her beloved Dimitri by her side, but Alice has James, an who once loved her sister -- and maybe still does. James does n't ask the truth about either sister, or he prophecy that divides them. And Alice ntends to keep it that way.

There are some secrets sisters are n't supposed to share. Because when they do, it destroys them. This stunning conclusion to Michelle Zink 's Prophecy of the Sisters trilogy will make saying good-bye bittersweet for readers.
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Circle of Fire
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Published August 3rd 2011 by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers

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Clare suddenly reads like it was enned by William Shakespeare.Circle of Fire is one of the worst final books I had read in the recent period, hitting the rock bottom together with Breaking Dawn, Ascend ( final book of the Trylle series) and Rapture ( final book of Fallen series.) If you are determined to ead his novel, then brace yourself and be prepared for silly love triangle, cardboard cutout characters, good-for-nothing heroine, Arch Evil who never did anything truly horrible and scary, unrealistic dreamboats and supporting characters who were nly there to serve as useful plot devices, and REALLY BAD ENDING.Seriously, at the beginnin of he mont I feel sorry for the supposed evil twin Alice and I am pissed that Alice eventually met a bad end whilst her undeserving sister Lia, who did n't have to bring up somethin, who always needed to be killed by the others, who ould n't even face down the bad guys on her own, got everything and could go on living happily with her unrealistically perfect boyfriend.I 'm so royally pissed.There are so many things gone wrong in his ook.

In book 3 we are convince that the unsuspecting James was engaged to Alice, the evil twin, and Lia went all like: " How could James do this!?

James went to Alice because you ditched the poor guy without any EXPLANATION!

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Most of the storyline were well developed, except for maybe Sonia and James, I eally anted to now more of them.Lia: I just wished to sa; HOW THE HELL DID SHE BECOME SO SEDUCTIVE?!

Her moment with Alice 's departure was bittersweet, but I 'm lad she understood the price Alice paid for her, for James and for the safety of the world.Dimitri: BOOK BOYFRIEND 101 Alice: I view her as rather mysterious and cynical at first, but hen realized she just wanted something of Lia 's.

Lia had the attention of her grandmother, the dream of James and the are of Aunt Virginia, but Alice had nothing.

hat was everythin I ant to applaud her for.James: He 's rather lovestruck to be likable and I migh never ever get a guy like him.

Other than thi, Luisa 's portrayed as a beautiful woma, one that wil stick up for her friends.Sonia: Okay, every time she conversed with Lia or even had interactions, my fingers would be crossed and I should n't even know when I old my breath.

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I love feeling that kind of pressure, it made me really feel as if I were there with Lia, too.But I think the most eartbreaking part of a tal is the reality that comes crashing back to us at the beginnin of this book – that of the divided sisters.

I don ’ t know this question pertains just to one ’ s actions, but erhaps to the state of innocence/arrogance that is childhood.

I think Alice is not just asking if she must be good again through her actions, but through very act of knowing that one day, in some way or another, she ’ d have to choose sides.

Having to realiz that since she was child didn ’ t tak her a state of innocence that is childhood at all, as she explains in this eighth nove.

Zink asks really important questions through Lia and Alice in these ooks, supernatural plot elements or not withstanding.

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he trilogy was a succes and this final nove is no different.The plot was redictable and I fee like the romance overshadowed everything.

Alice was my favourit character and during the irst two books especially on the first, she was really annoying and mysterious but in the finale I felt like she lost all that in place of a love-struck teenager.

A book portrayed James as a narrow-minded idiot who was just using Alice to get over Lia. I felt like his character was wasted.Lia. Instead of rooting for her, I as just s annoyed since the thir ook.

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he stuf is, Circle of Fire does wrap everything up, but it 's actuall that amazing.

It 's been a very shor time since I 've read the Guardian of the Gate but I thought Lia and Alice would fight or have an epic showdown, or something when they saw each other.

I swear I thought they hated each other and Alice was going to elp the Souls and Samuel get Lia but nothing like that happens.

They just talk and talk and talk ... and talk.Oh yeah, one thing I thought ould have brought major drama and excitement would be Alice but she 's not that evil anymore.

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