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The compelling and gripping sequel to Amy Ewing's debut, The Jewel, which BCCB said "Will have fans of Oliver's Delirium, Cass's The Selection, and. Violet Lasting is no longer Lot ; she has escaped surrogacy and is on the run in the Lone City. In this sequel to The Jewel, Violet and her friends are fighting. About the book: The White Rose Book. Author: Amy Ewing. Series: Lone City Trilogy (Book 2). Publisher: HarperTeen; Reprint edition.


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Then with the ending there really was so much more that could have been. This was a great series but I finished the book quickly during two layovers and flights. I recommend this series, I was just disappointed at this finale, I felt the author rushed through writing this. A Can't miss series!! By Susie K. Amy Ewing is new to me. In 5 books, she has made me a fan!! Her writing style swiftly transports you to wherever she is writing, in this case, the Jewel. Her descriptions are so vivid without taking away from the story.

I can see everything the character sees and hear them beside me. Such a great writer!! I love the struggles the surrogates and The Society goes through and the failures of some plans.

This book opens a surprise with an even bigger surprise ending. Thanks Amy for a great series!! Looking forward to more!! Magical ending of the trilogyBy A BarrettExcellent final novel in the trilogy. There was plenty of action and twists and turns.

We fall in love even more with Violet in this novel as we learn who she really is and see how love drives her. We spent hours sitting around the dining room table with Sil discussing the best ways to break into the holding facilities. In the end, it was Sienna who came up with the idea.

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But we can go under them. The power of the elements has grown stronger in me over the last few months.

Sienna is stronger too, as well as Indi, the surrogate from Westgate. Sienna can connect with Earth and Fire, Indi only with Water. So far, no other surrogate besides Sil and I has the power to access all four elements. Olive, the little curly-haired girl from Eastgate, is the only one who still balks at using the elements she connects with, Air and Water. And she is the only person in the White Rose who has a good word to say about the royalty.

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I nod. It is as easy to join with Earth as it would be to slip into a hot bath. I become the earth; I allow the element to fill me up until we are one unit. I can sense the layers of dirt beneath my feet, a heaviness in my chest. All I need to do is ask and the earth will respond.

Dig, I think. The earth in the Marsh is different than in the Farm—scratchy, thin, and unhealthy. The pounding of the rain muffles the crack as the dirt before our feet opens.

I reach out further with my mind, asking the earth to carve itself out, down, down, down, until I hit soft brown soil. I create a passage easily; Earth is more than happy to accommodate my needs. I push my tunnel farther—the wall is thick and I must make sure I clear it.

It is such a strange sensation, to be so aware of the tunnel and yet be physically standing high above on the ground. Like I have two sets of eyes, hands, ears, nostrils.

I sense when the stone falls away and there is only light and dirt above me. My tunnel climbs, the earth and I carving out a space together until, with a little pop, we burst through the mud and out into the courtyard that lies on the other side of this wall. Once the job is done, I release my connection with the element and open my eyes. Raven is watching me with a wary expression.

Haunting, he says, but beautiful. I peer down into the dark tunnel. The tunnel is narrow, just wide enough to fit us single file. It looks like miles from this perspective.

This is where the real danger is. Outside, in the streets of the Marsh, no one would ever recognize us, except for our immediate family members.

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No one has seen us since we were twelve. My brother, Ochre, is a part of the Society now, working in the Farm. And my sister, Hazel, has been kidnapped by the Duchess of the Lake, to serve as my replacement. To save her.

To save all the surrogates. Oh, but no! Then Ash might cry his tiny male tears. We have to all make sure that he feels important, even if it fucks up the uprising and gets us all killed.

This book isn't boring - the pacing of this series is remarkably, brilliantly fast - but the plot is so flaccid. The plot just cannot get it up. Maybe it drank too much or it's just not in the mood.

But shit, guys; you're going to have to do better than pages of filler, a totally random colonisation backstory that makes no genetic sense, and then a mindless cliffhanger that we'd all give ten times as many shits about if Hazel had been more to us than a lump of bloody chalk thus far. I couldn't care less if I tried. The only character I liked was Lucien.How much time have I spent staring at the arcana—ten minutes?

Ash, I say louder. The wild girl appears in my mind, the surrogate who tried to escape the royalty and went into hiding. I want to lift my hood and let the water splash on my cheeks. And my sister, Hazel, has been kidnapped by the Duchess of the Lake, to serve as my replacement. After the Duchess caught us in his room together, he was beaten and thrown in the dungeon, and no one has been sent to save him.

My tunnel climbs, the earth and I carving out a space together until, with a little pop, we burst through the mud and out into the courtyard that lies on the other side of this wall. What you have to do is just spending your time very little but quite enough to enjoy a look at some books.

God's sake, HOW is it possible to write such a tone-deaf, irresponsible, waffling protagonist?