This title contains: Positive Messages. Champion was certainly different in it's story however this difference didn't make it any worse to it's prior books. I found the books thrilling and would definitely recommend it to other readers who enjoy a good mix of Romance, Action and Sci-Fi.
Teen, 15 years old Written by BrigidArmbrust July 14, Kid, 11 years old May 9, Not quite as good as the first 2 Language: same as the other books. Drinking drugs smoking: day goes to a random place and kisses a random girl and notes how she tastes like vodka. Social drinking. Sex: characters sleep together, kiss, and implied sex once or twice.
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Violence: some war violence, nothing graphic, not as bad as the first 2. This title contains: Sexy stuff. Teen, 13 years old Written by Ranger14 March 19, I cried a lot at the end, and I absolutely loved it! Just watch out for some of the content--two boys kiss, there's quite a bit of swearing, and Day and June sleep together although they don't really undress.
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Day also kisses a random girl who tastes like vodka, and he takes perscription cigarettes. Teen, 15 years old Written by Butterflies January 30, Teen, 13 years old Written by awesomeflower May 12, This is the most bittersweet ending in the world this book was amazing There are also 2 gay characters, it's not a big deal considering the things that children are exposed to today.
BTW the ending will not disappoint, but you won't expect it, one page and like five words will make you want to chuck the book out the window Teen, 13 years old Written by cgk March 30, Not my favorite, but worth reading In the end of Prodigy when I found out that Day was dying, I was really upset. To me it seemed like kind of a forced way to put a twist in the plot. Also, throughout all three books right up until the end I felt that Day always sacrificed more than June and I really didn't like her. Champion was just fine all the way through until the end. There was a part about Antarctica that I just couldn't get through because the politics and everything were just to dry and introduced out of the blue.
All the stuff about June being a Princeps-Elect just didn't interest me. I love Day and the whole time it seemed like June was being really selfish because Day had lost so much more than she had. Then in the end I really came to respect June because she made big sacrifices for Day. In the end I was happy with the conclusion, but the book as a whole was a little boring and a bit anticlimactic compared to the other two books, which I really enjoyed.
This title contains: Positive role models. Okay, a little Day moment there.
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I'm sure fan-fictioners will have a lot of fun with re-writing the ending or continuing June and Day's adventure; I know I am joining in on some of the action. Amazing ending!
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Great writing All I can say is, good job Marie Lu! Kid, 12 years old December 24, This book does have some language though. So ya I think this book should be twelve and up. Teen, 13 years old Written by hiphoph December 12, Great Ending- More Questionable Than Last The book was very well written, pulled you into the story, and - at least I think- had an amazing ending. Now, onto what to look out for! Like a lot of series, the last book had the most inappropriate content.
Day one of the main characters is dying. At the beginning of the book he makes some questionable choices. He goes to a club and starts dancing with a random girl. Later they kiss and he notes that she tastes like vodka. Day also takes prescription cigarettes. Day and June kiss, then sleep together though nothing is mentioned beyond starting to undress.
A man kisses another man in an attempt to murder him. The book has a fair amount of violence in it. Not enough that it bothered me, but you should just be aware of that. I personally liked this book a lot more than I expected to and thought it was a great ending to the series, but I wouldn't suggest it for younger children. Kid, 11 years old December 4, I like this book a lot This review Go to Common Sense Review. So, needless to say, I came into Champion with somewhat high expectations.
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Everything was going great, but I was worried about the emotionally crippling ending other readers warned me about, as they had not explained what that ending was, and I had avoided spoilers. Then the ending happened, and I was left frustrated and upset, wondering why I wasted my time on this series in the first place only to be stabbed in the heart like that. This, in turn, keeps you glued to the pages and makes for a quick read; I finished the book in only a few days, and never felt it was lagging.
Marie Lu has been consistent with her characters throughout this trilogy. This results in characters I can both sympathize with and root for, which, for me, is key in a book. I was glad this continued into the end of the series. Lu is condoning this behavior for teenagers. Okay, go ahead and sleep with them!
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Keep in mind that I say this as a teenager, and as someone who is in contact with many, many other teens via high school. I was sixteen or so when I read this series, and, when I thought about myself or any of my contemporaries making those kind of decisions, I felt sick. It felt manufactured solely for the sake of more drama.
Again, I applaud Ms. I thought it was better than that. Though I was disappointed by this conclusion for the reasons listed above, I will say that Ms. You are commenting using your WordPress.
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