Ascend

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Tor, 2012 - Changelings - 343 pages
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Amanda Hocking's bestselling Trylle trilogy comes to its thrilling conclusion in Ascend.Wendy Everly can barely remember what it was like to feel like a normal girl. She'd wished for her life to be different but everything is so much more complicated than she'd expected. And she certainly hadn't dreamt she'd be getting married at eighteen to a man she didn't love - all for the sake of duty. As the big day approaches, Wendy can't stop thinking about two different men - and neither of them are her husband-to-be. Finn - quiet, strong and determined to do what's right, and Loki - dark and seductive, a sworn enemy who once saved her life. With all-out war just days away, Wendy needs to act quickly if she is to save her friends and family. But while her loyalties and duties are to her people, deeper passions are leading her elsewhere. And as her worlds collide, Wendy must sacrifice everything she loves to save them. But will it be enough?

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User Review  - iShanella - LibraryThing

The Beginning: We are plunged into a heated discussion between Wendy and her high ranking officials (Markis and Marksinnas) about tracker equality. This sets the tone of the novel, one of debates ... Read full review

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User Review  - PerpetualRevision - LibraryThing

I enjoyed the way this series reframed our ideas about "trolls," which offered a refreshing change from the vampires and werewolves that can get a little old. I'm torn between three and four stars ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Amanda Hocking lives in Minnesota, had never sold a book before April 2010 and has now sold her millionth. She is now 'the most spectacular example of an author striking gold through ebooks' - Observer. She is the author of several phenomenally successful series, including, My Blood Approves series, the Trylle series and the Kanin Chronicles, set in the same world as Trylle. She is also the author of the standalone novel, Freeks. In her own words, Amanda is an 'Obsessive Tweeter. John Hughes mourner. Batman devotee. Muppets activist. Unicorn enthusiast.'

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