In the riveting third installment of the New York Times bestselling School for Good and Evil series, everything old is new again, as Sophie and Agatha fight the past as well as the present to find the perfect end to their fairy tale. And will their new ending be the last Ever. Ebook The School for Good and Evil #3: The Last Ever After currently available for review only, if you need complete ebook The School for. Good and Evil #3. Editorial Reviews. From School Library Journal. Gr 6 Up—The final book in the trilogy opens The Last Ever After (The School for Good and Evil Book 3) by [.
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After all Agatha does live in a cemetery and her cat that bald and wrinkly thing has very specific tastes: H This would have gotten a higher rating if it hadn't been so bloody long. It's great! And it gets being long, by constantly undermining all that is happening. It got frustrating.
It got tiresome. By the middle of the thing I was ranting with the book: Longer isn't better, when you start getting annoyed by the constant back and forward sentimental activity messing with your feelings that the author introduced here. There were times I felt I was reading a New Adult novel with a very twisted love triangle. The introduction of the "old" fairy tale characters was a good point: I liked that once again the author made sure to spread a lot of positive messages throughout the whole story: The biggest problem for me and the reason why this gets only a three star, is that despite all the positive messages that this has, I cannot help ignore, that the main subject of the book, the relationship between Agatha, Sophie and Tedros ended up being a big mess.
Especially when it comes to Sophie's part. After all that she had been through, I was expecting more from her: More growth, less idiocy. What she does to her "friends" is not something a friend would do.
And if that could be explained by where she ends up by the end of the story, I was never fully convinced of what ends up happening. As for other positives, there was this twist, that I never saw coming, and that I loved.
Really well done, that. Author's Official Site Mar 25, Sara Saif rated it really liked it Shelves: Fitting, perhaps, but certainly not spectacular and herein lies my disappointment. It was just That was a little above 3. It was just plain odd. All it did, to me at least, was to make the protagonists, especially Sophie, murkier and more confusing than they were before. Agatha and Tedros. Tedros and Sophie. Sophie and Agatha.
It hurts. That and why the school master was interested in Gavaldon. Hester and Anadil came a long way, from being despicable villains to adorable witches. Hort and Dot went through some staggering transformations during the three books but both remained the loveable fools we knew them to be.
Which is why I was beyond dismayed by how Hort was treated overall. Poor baby. I want to go to the School for Good and I want a prince. I want Sophie, the rest of the world can go to blazes. And who is that ugly crow? But, but I want to be Good! And where is that prince I asked for? Everything sucks and I want Sophie. No, I mean Sophie. Sophie just went batshit crazy. Can I have the prince now? Can I have the ugly crow, uh, I mean, Agatha now? I want to be Good.
I do not want a prince. I hear you, Sophie, my best friend, my love. Let us leave this wretched place and find happily ever after specifically with each other! Oh, means I have to ditch Tedros. Oh well. I have Agatha. Agatha has me. This is our Ever after. I have Sophie. Sophie has me. Dat bitch, Agatha. KISS her.
Dat bitch, Sophie. KILL her. Okay, I admit it, I want the pretentious sweat bag. Those bitches. Sophie and Agatha: Agatha and Tedros: Tedros and Agatha: Jeez, Sophie, make up your mind.
Jeez, Agatha, make up your mind.
Miss Sophie. Want Sophie. I definitely want to be Good. I miss my besties. That school master is hawt. School Master: Accept it and save everyone the pain of figuring you out. Sophie is a Good person inside. We must get her back! WTF are you two even doing here?
Never mind, just listen. My heart beats for you, Tedros! Screw this newborn school master. I want to be your princess! Because you are my true love. Oh, shit.
I will give you a chance, Sophie! Told ya so. Yes, yes you did. I get it now. YOU are my true love. Not Agatha not Tedros. Our whole world depends on it. Our whole world is SO screwed. Here, the world is saved.
You are meant to be with me, Sophie. But we kissed and thought our ever after was with each other! I hope that clears up why I was so frustrated the entire time.
And Sophie being Good or Evil: They spent legit 3 days and 3 nights together half of which were spent as enemies. The other half consisted of trying to stay alive and like, 15 minutes sitting on a balcony together and saying deep things.
Jun 16, Sydney marked it as to-read. Spoiler alert ok I think agatha and tedros will try to save the schools and end the war to be back to the schools. The school master and Sophie will rule the school for evil and agatha and tedros will rule school for good. View all 14 comments. Nov 13, Shadowdenizen rated it really liked it Shelves: I'm not sure where to begin with this review As a whole, I'd give this series 4-stars, with some deep reservations.
I think this was a series with a high-profile premise, that you don't see too often in the genre, and that's what's carried me through the series, despite the almost rushed feel of the actual books. Soman Chanani succeeds wildly on several fronts: A large part of the series revolves around pushing [or breaking] the boundaries of fairy-tale tropes. Look at the tale of Red Riding Hood if you doubt. Though it took a long time to get there, I thought the ending was perfect, and a much needed change from fairty-tale tropes.
The perfect underscore for the series. The author also fails wildly on several fronts: The comparison I liken this to is Harry Potter; via the slow-build-up we get to learn about Hogwarts as Harry does, and meet people as he does.
The first few books serve as a great introduction to the series, and set-ups up what's to come. With this trilogy, despite the strong opening chapters in the first book, you are thrown right into the action, and it feels like giant pieces are "missing" to get to the next important set-pience of the story.
In particular, lessons and learning are almost incidental; Sophie and Agatha go from "School Newbies" to "Spell-Throwing witches" almost immediately, to the point where even the Teachers can't effectively challenge them. Though they did at least attempt to give Hort a convinving story-arc.
The Teachers are perhaps the most mis-used of this group, as they are almost completely interchangable, uninteresting, and ultimately irrelevant. The narrative switch between Agatha and Sophie when they're not together happens at random intervals, and, while it's not hard to follow, it does serve to be a little jarring.
I [personally] would have preferred an "Alternating Chapter" method to truly show the differences between the two charcters and schools. Relations and friendships between same-sex characters in fantasy are not often dealt with in such a straightforward manner, and it was quite a refreshing change.
Jul 01, Kathryn Jurgens marked it as to-read. Write faster! Dec 30, Annabelle rated it it was amazing Shelves: Accidenti a te Chainani! Una storia bella. Bella davvero. Bellissimo il rapporto tra le due ragazze, le due facce di una sola medaglia ma legate insieme da un sentimento indissolubilmente, che va coltivato e accudito, ma che non viene messo mai in dubbio.
Il destino ha giocato con le due amiche in maniera beffarda ma a dir poco perfetta. Finale felice. Libro carinissimo appassionante. Serie consigliata!
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I personally think it would have added to the ending. I had an inkling that somehow Sophie and Agatha were view spoiler [related. I had thought that maybe her father had an affair with Agatha's mother. Didn't know they would be a result for a spell gone wrong. In that regard I am disappointed. Still I think a lot of funny moments throughout the book made it worthwhile. Speaking of which. Did anyone else read too much into the dialogue. The innuendos were priceless. I'm going to list them below so you can have a good long laugh: Tedros to Sophie: One hard blow.
Trust me. How do other man-wolves last so long? Is there some special diet or potion for stamina? I asked Professor Sheeks, but she sent me to the Doom Room for being cheeky. Sep 11, C. Maria rated it liked it. It was a good story and addition to the series but I still believe that the last 2 booka weren't really necessary. I would have been happy with just the first one.
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Nice ending to the series - happy about it. I really liked Hort and Lady Lesso. Soman Chainani is a very talented writer that created a magical world with some good lessons about life. There were parts I didn't like in the book like what Sophie did view spoiler [ to Agatha and Tedros relationship - it was selfish and that didn't show true friendship. Nov 05, Ellie rated it it was amazing. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.
But for real, I absolutely fell in love with these characters and every aspect of it! I obsess about this book series everyday and I am anxiously awaiting for the arrival of my new friend: The Last Ever After.
Doesn't it just bring tears to your eyes?! I can't wait to see what happens when Agatha and Tedros show up in Gavaldon and what happens to the two schools at war. How is this epic battle ever going to have an end, let alone a happily ever after? Inkvotary Finished. Way too long, way too detailed and way too much of everything. Tedros is a weak coward with no courage at all. Good looking but full of fear and I have no words.
Right now I doubt that I will read the fourth book. Not after the torture this one was. How can a series, that startet so great and with a firework of fun, irony and great scenes become such a disaster? No recommendation from my side. When will my order arrive? The Estimate Delivery Date is when your order is expected to arrive at your chosen delivery location. Once you have submitted your order you will receive confirmation and status update emails. If you order multiple items and they are not all in stock, we will advise you of their anticipated arrival times.
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The glass door opened. Frank approached the car. Interesting, Josie noted in a detached sort of way: he looked exactly the same. She accepted it without comment. Without meeting his eyes. She saw Frank look at the empty cup holders, where they usually stuck their phones while driving. She turned to stare straight ahead. It was another detail she cataloged.
He knows that I know, Josie thought. Josie nodded. This Josie ignored. Frank knew exactly where the party was. Nor did she want a sip of her latte.
It all required too much energy, and on some instinctual level, she was aware she needed to stockpile hers for what was coming. He banged his palms against the steering wheel, like it was a drum. He glanced at Josie out of the corner of his eye.
She remained silent. He opened his mouth, then shut it. His hands tightened on the wheel. Zoe continued her game on her device. Izzy made a kind of grunting noise in her sleep. Josie pressed her feet harder back and imagined she could feel the phone against her heels. There was a new Thomas the Tank Engine book Izzy wanted, mostly because it came with a little track and toy train. Josie had touched the wrong line.
If her index finger had landed a few millimeters higher, she would be blithely sipping her latte right now and asking Frank to swing by the bookstore on the way home. Frank braked at a red light. He glanced at Josie, then reached for the radio and rapidly flipped through a half dozen stations before shutting it off.
His posture was rigid. The bookstore had sent that coupon to their house by snail mail, too, as part of a bigger flyer advertising new releases. Josie had gotten the flyer just last week.
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The suggested questions are intended to help your reading group find new and interesting angles and topics for your discussion. We hope that these ideas will enrich your conversation and increase your enjoyment of the book. Topics and Questions for Discussion 1.Other books in the series. Subjects Fantasy Juvenile Fiction. Come to think of it, they bickered quite a lot.
But anyway. Sophie just went batshit crazy. Nevertheless, it remains a subject many psychologists and sociologists are compelled to learn more about. Tedros to Sophie: Poor baby.
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