SISTERS GRIMM BOOK 7
The Everafter War (The Sisters Grimm, Book 7) [Michael Buckley, Peter Ferguson ] on olhon.info *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Picking up after the. olhon.info: The Everafter War: The Sisters Grimm, Book 7 (Audible Audio Edition): Michael Buckley, L. J. Ganser, Recorded Books: Books. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Michael Buckley's previous books include a New York Book 7 of 9 in The Sisters Grimm (9 Book Series).
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The Everafter War is Book 7 of The Sisters Grimm series written by Michael Buckley. It was published in Plot summary. Goldilocks kisses Henry. I like the ever after war a sisters Grimm book because it has a bunch of genres. .. I was under the impression that book 7 would be the last one of this series. Picking up after the dramatic cliffhanger that ended Book Six, Sabrina and Daphne's prayers are finally answered when their parents awake from their.
There was one scene in the book which threatened to knock at least a half star off but enough space came between that section and the end of the book which was superb that I am willing to overlook. Besides, I'm pretty sure Michael Buckley perhaps wrote that section to make his son Finn laugh and I can't deny him that.
As this book deals with the Everafter War, I was curious how two more books were going to occur after as the series is nine books total. Well, question answered and approved. This whole series makes me want to re-read all of Fables and actually review them on Goodreads as opposed to the generic ratings I gave them. This is also an excuse for me to buy used copies of all of them: I have only one book left in the published series with no release date for the ninth book although the interwebs tell me that it will be released this year.
Due to the size of the books, I don't believe this series will surpass Harry Potter. Due to the volume of pages we spent with Harry and Co. However, I still feel as though this series is the closest any book as come to making me feel like I did while reading Harry Potter. Dec 24, Kimberley rated it really liked it Shelves: This series, recommended to me by a friend, is no exception. However, while the series is undoubtedly tailored to a younger audience, it would also be a mistake for an older reader to discard it.
All the conflicts of the previous books finally hit their climax with this instalment of the series. The girls both respond differently — Daphne is, as always, eager to help the Everafters. Sabrina, however, is happy to finally be leaving. That she eventually changes her mind marks just how much Sabrina has developed as a character. Sabrina, throughout the entire series, has been a bit of a brat.
I feel like this, above all, is the book when she finally peaks as a character. She becomes more than a brat — she becomes a real heroine and a protagonist that all can really root for. The Everafter War ended up being exactly what I wanted from this book. Although the two have had a fair number of flirtations and happily protect each other, it was in The Everafter War that the two as a future couple actually made good sense.
They argued. Henry wanted to leave.
The Everafter War (The Sisters Grimm #7)
They found it difficult to get along with their kids, who have both become very different people. That the two of them had to work to fit into the story appealed to me. I loved this book for how wonderfully it continued and developed the series. The concept itself — rewritten fairy tales — is one that has been done time and time again. Despite this, I truly believe that this series is a unique take on fairy tales and I wholeheartedly recommend the series to readers of all ages.
May 26, Sarah Stevens rated it did not like it. I'm pretty much only still reading this series out of sheer perseverance to complete the storyline and find out what happens to everyone. I need my 'happily ever after'.
However, Buckley is just stretching it out for all it's worth, probably literally. Sabrina finally gets some character development.
All she has been up until now is an angry pre-teen. There haven't been any moments of true understanding or growth; little flickers, maybe, that quickly get extinguished by returning to her typ I'm pretty much only still reading this series out of sheer perseverance to complete the storyline and find out what happens to everyone.
There haven't been any moments of true understanding or growth; little flickers, maybe, that quickly get extinguished by returning to her typical angst. Which doesn't have a whole lot of depth.
But in this book, you get the sense that she has potential for actually learning from all of her experiences and cultivating her relationships. And plot-wise, you finally get confirmation on who the Master is and resolution on the girls' parents. Only took seven books The series keeps going.
The pace of action is difficult to sustain without compelling characters, which are in short supply. Needless details are included taking a single vial of someone's blood takes up almost an entire page in an apparent attempt to fill space. World-building is sloppy Charming's camp is where? Ferryport Landing is how big?
All in all, I do not recommend anyone start this series if you have any intention of finishing it, because it really isn't worth the journey. Apr 17, Lauren rated it it was amazing Shelves: It's no secret that I have been a huge fan of this series ever since it came out a couple of years ago, but I must say that this new one is my favorite except maybe for the first one. There is so much action. Plus, a few good surprises to keep you on your toes.
And you will never believe who The Master is. If you like fairy tales, you MUST check out this series. May 23, Lynn rated it it was amazing Shelves: My kids and I are probably a little demented but we LOVE this series and laugh at all the awkward moments between Puck and Sabrina for they are just so much fun.
So often my kids and I listen to books that are so serious and young adult, but a little more complex or mature. This is just great for the story is complex yet the humor is appropriate and even a little immature -- pegausus fed chili dogs and prune juice for a week!
It is a continuation of the Master VS the Grimm Family and in this story the identity of the Master is finally revealed. In the typical Buckley ending you get to the end asking wait is the next book out? I do indeed dislike cliff hangers when you have to wait 6 months for the next story I recommend this book to any and all kids or those wishing for the fun of youth -- it is a great series and will make you want to pull out the old fairy tales just to bone up on the stories too see what you missed the first time!
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Sisters Grimm Series #7:The Everafter War
Apr 24, Angypants rated it really liked it. An open rant: I could get really detailed in my review, talking about the prose, strengths of writing or not, and the handling or failing to handle subtle plot points. But why? Just because I think these books are great does not make them so, but to detail everything that is wrong with them would not help anyone's experience.
In my opinion, at least.
It's not the best one out of the series, yet, but I'm not giving up hope. Have you ever read something that just takes you to another world? Where y An open rant: Where you can't stop thinking about what's going to happen? I love Ferryport Landing. I think we, as fans, need to suck it up a bit and give Michael Buckley credit. If I disagree with one detail, it's not really my place to rant. Unless it's a total writing fail, I give the creator room to grow.
I want to know what happens, in the end. Don't you? Rant over. Jan 15, Cynthia Egbert rated it liked it Shelves: I believe that this series has already been completed and I am grateful that I can just read through them and not be stuck on one of the cliffhangers that Buckley uses.
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I rather think that I am done with reading series and this may be my swan song, but I am now invested and I will finish. This chapter in the saga did move to a darker place and that is necessary but also sad. You really cannot have a war with out some casualties and usually some betrayal, especially in fairy tales. Now, I will mo I believe that this series has already been completed and I am grateful that I can just read through them and not be stuck on one of the cliffhangers that Buckley uses.
Now, I will move forward because the reason one reads fairy tales is that hope for a happily ever after Feb 08, Juan Landa rated it liked it. This Fantasy was amazing. This fantasy was awoken from an enchanted sleep that Henery and Veronica were awoken by their daughters Sabrina and Daphne. But so long after Daphne wanted to live alone she didn't like it that her parents bossed her around.
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Daphne grew at first she was scared but with dedication, she conquered doing many things. When the war came up it was super intense I loved th This Fantasy was amazing. When the war came up it was super intense I loved the writing in the whole story.
But it left me at a cliffhanger sometimes, or sometimes I just didn't understand what was going on. Oct 26, Sriya Mudumba rated it really liked it. Mar 27, McKenley F rated it really liked it. I like the ever after war a sisters Grimm book because it has a bunch of genres. Sabrina and Daphne are exited when their parents finally awake from the sleeping spell they have been put under. Unfortunately they awake to war with the red hand a organization that want fairytale everafters to rule and their dad wants to leave, but decides to stay.
They charge an attack one after another,but they seem to know every time this leads to the suspicion with the other sabotages they think they have a sp I like the ever after war a sisters Grimm book because it has a bunch of genres. That includes discovering the identity of the mysterious Master -- the leader of the Scarlet Hand and discovering the truth about a long lost sibling.
Things are taking a dark turn and the girls will need all the help they can get if they are to prevent a future where they are at war. Will the betrayal of someone close bring about the dark future they foresaw? Things with their parents aren't as they imagined, either. Henry and Veronica seem to have different views on life with Everafters Henry wants nothing to do with them and Veronica is a secret hero to New York City's Everafter community After so much time on their own, can the girls adjust to life with parents?
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Which leads them to a room with their baby sister or brother inside along with the master of the red hand.
Come on, Michael Buckley, you've got us all hooked! Funny and human characters. Plus, a few good surprises to keep you on your toes.