In the final book in the New York Times bestselling Ruined series, the romance of The Selection and the epic stakes of Red Queen come together in a story of revenge, adventure, and unexpected love.Emelina Flores and her sister, Olivia, were determined to bring peace to the people of Ruina. But as the war for liberation raged on, what triumph and freedom meant to Em and Olivia slowly changed. As Olivias violence and thirst for vengeance became her only ambition, Em was left to pick up the pieces.But its not only Em who is upset by Olivias increased violence. Other members of the Ruined army are beginning to see the cracks, and soon a small group of them defects from Olivias army and joins Em instead. The two sisters are soon pitted against each other in an epic battle for the kingdom and the future, and only one will win....
|Title||:||Allied (Ruined #3)|
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Allied (Ruined #3) Reviews
Lots and lots of action. A fair amount of angst too.
But, like with the second installment, it lacks enough romance for my liking. I thought the romance was going to be building up from the first book to the third, but it was not like that :(
If this is the last book of the series, it also lacks a good epilogue with a HEA.
As a whole, the series were good but not amazing.
The plot was always quite predictable. And the characters and events were not developed deeply enough for my liking.
But all in ...more
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Allied is the third and final novel in Amy Tintera's breathtaking Ruined trilogy and brings the series to a spectacular close with a fast paced, exciting and riveting story sure to leave you breathless.
For the longest time, Emelina and Olivia Flores were driven to obtain justice for their people. Yet as Em found herself discove ...more
Thank you to Allen & Unwin for sending me a review copy of Allied by Amy Tintera - which is one of my most anticipated release of 2018 and also the conclusion of a trilogy! All thoughts and opinions in this review are my own.
This review contains spoilers for book 1 (Ruined)and book 2(Avenged) - you have been warned!
Where do I even begin with this review? After everything that happened at the end of Avenged, I didn't even know how things will go in the aftermath
yours truly was a mess after...more
This was a great series. I couldn’t put it down. Characters were well developed. I would recommend this for anyone who also enjoys the Grisha books by Leigh Bardugo. The Ruined are very much like the Grisha.
The day I had been waiting for finally came. I held ruined in my hands. And I indulged in it. I wrapped myself around it. For purely nostalgia and enjoyment reasons I loved this book. It was almost exactly what I wanted from Tintera. Em & Cas made me swoon. There was sarcasm. There was bromance. There was evil. And I just really enjoyed this book. If you have a geniune love for the first two books in the series then I think you will honestly love this book. If you're reading for critical rea ...more
Once again I love this book. Em and Cas are so cute together and respectful of each other. The ending was perfect and for once no drama. This book is a great ending for the whole trilogy.
I am just so content with this series and how it ended you guys, I love it!! The writing style is very simplistic although the plot is anything but that 👏🏻 My journey with this story started when I won my first Goodreads giveaway in 2016 and I had no clue what would be in store for me. I wasn’t much of a fantasy reader and I was just excited over the fact that I had won a free book lol but little did I know that I would fall so hard for these characters and this story, that it would become one o ...more
Allied is the conclusion to the Ruined series, and I think that Amy Tintera does a pretty good job of tying everything together.
I had thought that Olivia would be a much more interesting character, but she seemed to devolve in this book to become a bit more one-dimensional and too focused on revenge. On the other hand, we see very nice development of Em's character, and she's a long way from the bloodthirsty girl we see in the very first scene of the series. There are quite a lot of point of vie ...more