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10 thoughts on “The Kiln Fire us #3

  1. says:

    The all the adults are dead trope has been done before and much better than this I found the non names of the characters Teacher Mommy Teddy Bear Doll incredibly irritating the younger ones seemed to serve no purpose in the story at all the weird fugue states that Teacher falls into when she writes strange things in The Book are never explained the addition of the messianic political figure seemed out of place in a YA book that

  2. says:

    The third and last book of the Fire us trilogy was fantastic A lot of people think it did not live up to the previous two books but I thought it was amazingIn this book the group leaves Florida where they had stayed with the grownups for a while and travels to an island to see the President Apparently the President has been hiding a vial with the virus that is the cause of the apocalypse It is up to the group not to le

  3. says:

    The final book of the 'Fire Us' trilogy Not as strong as the previous two It loses a sense of that post apocalyptic isolation and dread feeling that the kids had to face in the first two books a premise that originally attracted me to the series in the first place But I suppose that it was unavoidable as they introduced so many Grown Ups in the previous book while also trying to resolve everyone's plot lines here in this book as wellOveral

  4. says:

    Fairly complex tying up of the major arcs I was satisfied on most points the cause of the disaster motivations of many of the characters decisions made to bring resolution Again some small points that I whent 'yeah right THAT would ha

  5. says:

    For sure the weirdest of the trilogy the third book concludes the story and explains how the virus leaked out and who perpetrated the mass murder of most of the planet also why the children and survived Charismatic leaders cult behavoir and a little coming of age drama keep the story fresh and interesting I love how she deals with mental illness and stress anxiety in young adults

  6. says:

    I really liked this series and this book is a great ender The children are constantly pushed to do than anyone their age should ever have to face The secret of Fire us is disturbing and the villain is creepy and

  7. says:

    Even though Fire Us The Kiln is a step up in maturity from the rest of the Fire Us books it was probably my favorite I love all the surprises that turn up such as the identity of Supreme Leader and the truth behind Angerman This is a great book to finish up the series

  8. says:

    I would actually rate this book 355 stars but since Goodreads doesn’t do half stars I had to go with 3 I just couldn’t verify giving this bo

  9. says:

    2015 Reading Challenge a trilogy35 stars This wraps up this YA post apoc trilogy My rating is really for the trilogy as a whole tho

  10. says:

    This was ridiculous I almost hated it Why I even wasted time reading the whole trilogy I don't know Although you would probably call it like skimming because after reading the first book I definitely only sped read through t

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characters ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Jennifer Armstrong

S the Keepers the first Grown ups they'd seen for years living in an abandoned shopping mall The Keepers offered fresh food clean beds and security But what looked like safety was instead the worst danger the family had yet facedNow the family is once again on the road But if they want to reach the end of their journey if they want to solve the mystery of wha For sure the weirdest of the trilogy the third book concludes the story and explains how the virus leaked out and who perpetrated the mass murder of most of the planet also why the children and survived Charismatic leaders cult behavoir and a little coming of age drama keep the story fresh and interesting I love how she deals with mental illness and stress anxiety in young adults

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The Kiln Fire us #3

T happened and who is to blame they must head straight into danger to Pisgah the heart of the Keepers' powerIn this stunning conclusion to the Fire us Trilogy Jennifer Armstrong and Nancy Butcher return to the post apocalyptic world they created in The Kindling and The Keepers of the Flame as the family discovers the dark secret that changed their world forev I would actually rate this book 355 stars but since Goodreads doesn t do half stars I had to go with 3 I just couldn t verify giving this book a four While I am so happy to finally have been able to read the final book I was pretty disappointed with how fast it went It was like the authors just wanted it to be over I am glad that we got our answers as to what the fire us was and how it happened And we also get some other shocking news spoilersOverall the third book desk has many twists but I feel like the information didn t have to be as rushed To put so many important details in one book it should have at least been the longest book in the series not the shortest

characters ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Jennifer Armstrong

They are not alone After most of the world's population was wiped out by a deadly plague five years ago this small group of children formed a family They've taken care of each other scavenging food from deserted supermarkets fighting off the wild animals that prowl soccer fields and schools The children thought they were the only ones leftThen they came acros The final book of the Fire Us trilogy Not as strong as the previous two It loses a sense of that post apocalyptic isolation and dread feeling that the kids had to face in the first two books a premise that originally attracted me to the series in the first place But I suppose that it was unavoidable as they introduced so many Grown Ups in the previous book while also trying to resolve everyone s plot lines here in this book as wellOverall The Kiln is mildly disturbing as certain plot twists are revealed but still a satisfying conclusion to the Fire Us series