Raging Star

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Raging Star

Raging Star When the star reader Auriel Tai challenged Saba to seize her destiny and defeat DeMalo and the Tonton Saba was so confident in her purpose Then she met DeMalo and he confounded all expectations wit

  • Title: Raging Star
  • Author: Moira Young
  • ISBN: 9781407136776
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Paperback
  • When the star reader, Auriel Tai, challenged Saba to seize her destiny and defeat DeMalo and the Tonton, Saba was so confident in her purpose Then she met DeMalo and he confounded all expectations with his seductive vision of a healed earth, a New Eden DeMalo and Saba had an intense and passionate encounter physical, emotional and psychic that changed her life, and nWhen the star reader, Auriel Tai, challenged Saba to seize her destiny and defeat DeMalo and the Tonton, Saba was so confident in her purpose Then she met DeMalo and he confounded all expectations with his seductive vision of a healed earth, a New Eden DeMalo and Saba had an intense and passionate encounter physical, emotional and psychic that changed her life, and now he wants Saba to join him, in life and work, to create and build a healthy, stable, sustainable world for the chosen few.Jack s choice is clear to fight DeMalo and try to stop his dangerous New Eden project Still uncertain, her connection with DeMalo a secret, Saba commits herself to the fight Joined by her brother Lugh, anxious for the land in New Eden, Saba leads an inexperienced guerilla band against the powerfully charismatic DeMalo, in command of his settlers and the Tonton militia.What chance do they have Saba must act And be willing to pay the price.

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    1. Nisat on said:

      Ok i'ma rant right now. I just finished Rebel Heart and i'm unsatisfied. 1st: How the hell is Saba just gonna leave without finishing that vudo magic trick with Ewdice, or whatever her name is. Like bitch, you could already tell dark foreshadowing, you need to haul your ass back to Ewdice and finish your spell cast!! 2nd: Jack's just annoying the shit outa me. Saba goes through all that trouble tracking his ass and he's all chill like, i'm trying to do the right things Saba and i'm sorry I made [...]

    2. Kyle on said:

      10/17/13: It's an ok cover. I really did prefer the original style of the first book though and wish they had kept up with that.4/14/13:I LOVE THIS TITLE SO MUCH. 2014.Wow.I just -I can't.

    3. Lisa RC on said:

      SPOILER ALERT. OKAY. Just finished Rebel Heart. Let's just say it's done a good job. Now we all have to wait a year or two for the final book to come out.What I hope will happenSaba doesn't get pregnant and Jack never knows of Saba's betrayal. Lugh dies. Hopefully it's on his way to that utopia of his so the readers will laugh at the irony. Or the ugly Tontons get him again. If not dead, Lugh realizes how awesome Jack is and apologizes. Meav comes back to life (but doesn't choose Lugh). Saba kil [...]

    4. Cindy on said:

      AT THE RISK OF SOUNDING DESPERATE, SETH DEMALO, IF SABA DOESN'T WANT TO JOIN YOU, I'M AVAILABLE. I WILL GLADLY AND WILLINGLY FIGHT BY YOUR SIDE. EVEN IF YOU TURN OUT TO BE A HEARTLESS BASTARD.(apparently I have a thing for creepy and/or awkward fictional guys. And DeMalo certainly fits that category.)Jack, please don't make me choose between you and DeMalo. Because at this point I'm pretty sure I will pick DeMalo.And by the way, I still hope you die, Lugh :)______________________________________ [...]

    5. Madeleine on said:

      Mother. Fucking. Dustlands. Every book I finish of this series, I snap shut with the same reaction. II have very mixed feelings on this series' end.Why is it I walk away from these books with nothing but positive recommendations, yet as I read, I skim, drag, and look ahead, every sign of a bad book? I am not in the moment during these books. I am anxiously waiting for them to get better. These books have been an emotional struggle for me. I love them in theory, and sometimes in practice. Jack an [...]

    6. Cait (Paper Fury) on said:

      Raging Star? More like RAGING CAIT right now. Insert gross sobbing here. Also feels of bewilderment and mild psychotic bouts of howling. What even do I THINK of this book?! ERGH. MERP. AREKERRRRK. <-- That's the best I can do, okay?HAHA JUST KIDDING. Omg, you peoples, I'm addicted to writing reviews (and flooding you all with my fabulous opinions) so heck yes you're going to get the full unfurling of my brain on this bookRST WE'LL TALK ABOUT WHY I FRIKKIN' LOVE THIS SERIES. Because I do. I am [...]

    7. Michelle on said:

      Alright Blood Red Road was definatly a promising book that got me hooked right away. Rebel Heart like oh hot damnn. But honestly I hated Lugh. Is it bad to say I hope he dies in the third book. Seriously the kid is all oh I love you sis and then like two pages later he goes all phsyco on her. And whenever she left to go do what she does rescuing people and saving the day he always stopped her or tagged along slowing her down. Like dude back off.Let's talk about DeMalo. Okay that guy is insane. l [...]

    8. Sarah on said:

      I waited about a week to write this review.ly because I didn't think it deserved one. I've seen some of the reviews other people have written and most of them are in the 4-5 star range. To those people I can only say that I'm glad you didn't feel that you wasted your time reading this, because I sure as hell did.This book is hands down the worst book I've read all year. Granted, it's only May, but I will bet anyone who reads this review that it will remain the worst for the next half of the year [...]

    9. Genocide criminal genius & master of all villainy Unknown on said:

      WHAT?!?!?!2014?????????????Well now I'm depressedARGH!

    10. Saru (Queen of Bookland) on said:

      Edit: 9/2/13-WAIT. IS THAT THE COVER. WHAT.Well, to be honest, I'm not a big fan of these covers. But whatever. It's what's inside that counts.Well The very last paragraph of Rebel Heart was just like

    11. Natasa on said:

      Came on to today to see when this book comes out, because I thought it was soon. My reaction when I saw I saw 2014:Which was immediately followed by this:TRILOGIES (especially this one): Yup, I need to know how a story ends. This is probably some messed up way of teaching us how to be patient.

    12. Kit Kat on said:

      I have to wait till May!! for this book???? whyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy? Mrs. Young you are making me suffer!!!!!!!!!!=(

    13. Maureen on said:

      4.5/5 starsI definitely liked this one the best of the 3 but I don’t know that I can give it 5 stars. I really like that it actually preached nonviolence while NOT BEING violent. I felt like the ending was a little rushed but besides that I really enjoyed the conclusion of this trilogy and also I’m very emotionalSO I CALLED A FEW OF THE TWISTS I DID.

    14. Giselle (Book Nerd Canada) on said:

      A finished unsolicited copy was provided by the publisher for review.I was highly anticipating the release of Raging Star but I also wanted to make sure I was ready for the conclusion. I avoided reading this for a couple of months only because I didn't want it to end. You can say I wanted to keep myself immersed in Saba's story. In that case, I got my wish because this was all about Saba taking down DeMelo. His tyranny had to end and what better way then infiltrate his mission in life? I found t [...]

    15. Lucia on said:

      SERIES RATING AND SPOILER-FREE REVIEW:Book 1: Blood Red Road- 4 STARSBook 2: Rebel Heart - 2 STARSBook 3: Raging Star - 2.5 STARS This is the most conflicted I have ever felt about book series. I adored some parts of this trilogy and hated the others. Let's see what are pluses and minuses of Dust Lands trilogy.(+) REALISTIC NARRATORSaba, the narrator and heroine of this trilogy, is bold, rude, vicious and very determined. On the top of that she is selfish and stubborn. Surprisingly, instead of b [...]

    16. OhWell on said:

      Impressions right after Rebel Heart:Too bad Jack didn't manage to kill himself while blowing up the Tonton ammo storage. Let's hope he makes a quick exit in book 3 Update after reading Raging Star It wasn’t as terrible as I had expected, as the plot had some direction this time, but it’s hard to like a book when you don’t feel an emotional connection to any of the characters. Moira Young finally managed to portray DeMalo as the villain, but there were a couple of points that made me uncomf [...]

    17. Wea on said:

      why would it take soooooooo long? 2014 are you fu**ing kidding me?!

    18. ⇝LEAH⇜ on said:

      Book Title: Raging StarAuthor: Moira YoungNarration: Heather LindSeries: Dust Lands #3Genre: Dystopian, Love & Stuff, YASource: Audiobook (Library)OVERALL RATING: 2.5/5 STARSSERIES RATING: 3.5/5 STARS(Blood Red Road -4.7 Rebel Heart -3.5 Raging Star -2.5)Find my full review with video included for book song at Leah's Bookish Obsession♪♫My Pick For Book Theme Song♫♪Flares by The Script --The words are for Saba…Did you regret nothing???♫Did you lose what won't return?Did you love b [...]

    19. Bonnie on said:

      My rating: 2 of 5 starsI received this book free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Good grief, what happened to this series? Upon finishing Blood Red Road my response was something along the lines of “OMG ALL THE STARS. YOU GET ALL THE STARS YOU AMAZING BOOK.” There may have also been some arm flailing. And then came the interminable wait for the next installment, Rebel Heart, but as soon as it had rel [...]

    20. Estelle (E) on said:

      *heavy sigh*Just finished and I feel very disappointtedFirstly, I didn't remember the narration was with slang all the way and that there were no speech marks at all I'm not sure why I didn't remember that, I read the other 2 books. But that required heavy concentrationwhich made me fall asleep every time I picked up the book! (I swear I fell asleep at least 4 times while reading it).Secondly, (which may be another reason), I waited (not too patiently) for the book to start and that happened at [...]

    21. Erin Bowman on said:

      07/01/13:Simply put, I am obsessed with this series. The dialect, the world, the characters… I love it all.In this final installment, a threat from DeMalo leaves Saba with seven days to either surrender her fight or find a way to defeat him and his plans for New Eden. This ticking-clock element keeps the pacing tight and tensions high. A few masterfully crafted scenes written in third person reveal a traitor within Saba’s group, though the details are vague. I was constantly torn between who [...]

    22. Sarah on said:

      A four-sentence review: I think Blood Red Road could've worked better as a standalone, as the last two books didn't add anything besides predictable character development. The plot thickens, but it is nowhere near as intense and fast-paced as before - in fact, Raging Star moves slow as a snail and the story loses steam. The very end is acceptable, but so similar to others in the genre. I highly recommend the first book, but you could skip the next two unless you want to be underwhelmed.

    23. Aurora Lector (reading in twilight) on said:

      You just take your time, Moira. I can wait. :)

    24. Rose on said:

      Quick review for a quick read. "Raging Star" is the final book in the Dust Lands Trilogy by Moira Young. I've taken my time with this series, reading it over the course of several years, and for what its worth, I'm glad that I was able to finish it. Yet, I'm of two minds upon the conclusion of this book - like "Rebel Heart" there were parts of this book that I really liked and others that I justdidn't.This book picks up where the last left off, with Saba carrying the weight of several secrets an [...]

    25. ஐ฿υκєτஐ on said:

      Son kitaba kadar gelip de en sonda karakterleri öldürmek nedir ya.Hadi biri neyse de diğeri ölmemeliydi.Sonu da güzeldi.

    26. Donna Book Passion for Life on said:

      What a read! Raging Star is a surprisingly different read from what I anticipated but it was still go good that I couldn’t put it down, and it’s definitely an unforgettable finale! Moira Young is back with the long awaited finale in her Dustlands series, and this time we see Saba, Jack and the guerilla band trying to take down DeMalo and his Tonton militia in a number of different ways. Saba’s hiding many secrets – especially her connection with DeMalo and that one weak moment where Saba [...]

    27. Şeyma on said:

      Kitabın neredeyse tamamı çok durgundu son kısım biraz hareketliydi ama tatmin etmedi bütün tahmin ettiklerim yalan oldu kendimi aldatılmış gibi hissediyorum. Yazar ablamız ne de olsa sona geldik artık her şeyi batırabilirim yaşasın kötülük nihahah! nidalarıyla her şeyi batırmış bu beni bir miktar üzdü gidip bir köşede acı çekeceğim umutluydum oysa ki

    28. lilithstealsyou on said:

      I just finished this book and absolutely loved it. The final installation in the Dust Lands trilogy did not disappoint. Despite all the 'If you liked Hunger Games you'll love this' comments, I actually preferred this trilogy. I felt it was more consistent in terms of pacing, and the ending in 'Raging Star' was much more satisfying and well-planned (and less rushed!) than 'Mockingjay'. Also, the author's world-building was amazing. I couldn't put it down. What am I going to read now? (view spoile [...]

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