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Bright Ruin

He lower classes must endure ten years of forced service to unfairly advantaged magically powered rulers a teenage boy dreams of rebellion his older sister yearns for love and knowledge and a dangerous yo Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest reviewVic James has created a fantastic world well plotted and filled with deep complicated flawed characters It s hard to believe that this trilogy is her debut into the realm of published novels because she s excelled from start to finish This is by far one of the best YA series I ve read and I read a lotI don t want to give away too much but the fallout of the end of the last book has left our set of main characters reeling and split and this book picks up right away finding loose ends and tying them together like Silyen and his Skill weaving at the walls of Far CarrHonestly she s left enough open for an amazing adventure to follow and I sincerely hope we get to read because I will be truly sad for this world to be over and done but I will also be rereading these in the future absolutelyReview to come on release date

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Magically gifted aristocrats rule and commoners are doomed to serve But a rebellion threatens the old order The dystopian trilogy that began with Gilded Cage and Tarnished City concludesIn a world where t Bright Ruin by Vic James is the third book of the young adult fantasy Dark Gifts series From the title of the series to the intense book cover one should guess that this series is not all rainbows and sunshine but one that is incredibly dark and sometimes disturbing so while it is young adult I would recommend keeping this series on the the older crowd side of the genreThe series takes place in a society in which the world is ruled by Euals who are aristocrats with magical gifts Everyone else are known as commoners and at some point during their lifetimes they have to serve the Euals for a period of ten years as their slaves Commoners can choose to serve at any point in their lives from 10 to 80 years oldIn Gilded Cage we met a family that when the youngest child turned ten the parents decided to sign the whole family up for their slave days to be completed together Luke s older sister Abi has arranged for the family to work together at a plantation owned by England s most powerful family of Euals But upon arrival the paperwork had been messed up and Luke is shipped off to a slave town separate from the rest of his familyThe series is one that definitely needs to be read as a whole with starting from the beginning with Gilded Cage then continuing with Tarnished City and Bright Ruin as the plot carries over and picks up where it left off from book to book While I have rated in the middle with each of this books the series has definitely still held my attention all throughout The world is incredibly dark and one that angers me than falling in love with as do some of the characters but it s thought provoking and creative so it kept me coming back from book to book And now at the end I m again rating at 35 stars but I would recommend checking this out if up for a darker society and contentI received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalleyFor reviews please visit

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Ung aristocrat seeks to remake the world with his dark gifts In Bright Ruin the final book in the trilogy set in modern day England our heroes will lead a revolution that will transform or destroy the wor I received a copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review However I own the two other instalments in this trilogy and plan to buy this one as soon as it s outWhat a fantastic finaleI love the Dark Gifts trilogy to the point where I d possibly declare this as my favourite YA fantasyThe premise is very simple political and in our current political climate just a tiny bit terrifying This is a world an alternative modern day Britain where commoners are reuired to serve as slaves for ten years during which they lose all basic human rights The protagonists set out to serve at the beginning of the first book and I expected it to be mostly about their struggle for freedom with a healthy dose of rebellionVic James however doesn t just write from the point of view of the ones suffering Instead we get to see the story from the perspective of the ruling Euals as well and they re not all bad Some are in favour of the slavery some are downright cruel others are fighting to abolish the slavery There s lots of politics in these books and I think that was one of the reasons I enjoyed it so much The characters are layered well developed and the writing is enjoyable The world building is not just your average dystopia but innovative and captivatingThe plot took a few turns I didn t expect and I slowly grew to like all characters even love some of them and increasingly worried about their safety What I thought was going to be a mildly annoying romance in the first book turned out to be an interesting plot point that I thoroughly enjoyed In fact the entire Dark Gifts trilogy is not your average YA fantasy it s original and surprising The first book has a hopeful tone but the second book turns much darker and the mood is sombre The third book finds the balance between the twoAll in all it s a wild ride I was never uite sure how things were going to turn out I worried everyone I loved would be dead by the end and I must admit my heart was a tiny bit broken when I reached the last page of Bright RuinI met Vic James at a convention in London and she kindly signed my copy of Tarnished City She asked me which character is my favourite and I did not know what to answer and may have flailed a little bit Hours later I realised what I should have said politics Because the political aspect is what I enjoy most about these booksBesides the politics there s Silyen and surprisingly enough Gavar And of course Luke and AbiThe ending does not disappoint Vic James ties all loose ends together and just like in the real world not everyone gets what they deserveI highly recommend the Dark Gifts trilogy to YA fantasy fans who are looking for a book with lots of politics


About the Author: Vic James

Vic lives in London’s Notting Hill but her life is action adventure than rom comShe studied History and English at Merton College Oxford where Tolkien was once professor Relocating to Rome she completed her doctorate in the Vatican Secret Archives they’re nothing like The Da Vinci Code then spent five years living in Tokyo where she learned Japanese and worked as a journalist She now



10 thoughts on “Bright Ruin

  1. says:

    Fear was the superpower they all possessed And unlike Midsummer’s monsters there was no limit to the number of people the

  2. says:

    Bright Ruin by Vic James is the third book of the young adult fantasy Dark Gifts series From the title of the series to the intense book cover one should guess that this series is not all rainbows and sunshine but one that is incredibly dark and sometimes disturbing so while it is young adult I would recommend keeping t

  3. says:

    BRIGHT RUIN brings to an end the DARK GIFTS trilogy which began with GILDED CAGE back in 2017 This series delivered on nearly every promise it made back then resulting in an extremely satisfying experience for this readerWe're back with all the same characters well the ones that are still alive and resuming their individual drama

  4. says:

    Rating 35History only appeared inevitable because it was written in a world where it had already happenedA rather stunning conclusion to an overall fantastic series Filled with politics intrigue family and morally gray chara

  5. says:

    Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for providing me with an advanced copy in exchange for an honest reviewVic James has

  6. says:

    WELL WELLBefore reading I have actual heartburn at the thought of this bookAfter reading I have actual heartburn at the thought of this book

  7. says:

    A bit of a mind bending finish to an interesting trilogy Things did not go where I thought they would in this story when I started the first book but that is part of what made this series such a good readOne of the things I liked most was how very ambiguous some of the characters were and remained through the s

  8. says:

    This is the final book of a fantasy trilogy about a group of young people fighting for freedom in a reimagined England in which Euals with magic

  9. says:

    I received a copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review However I own the two other instalments in this trilogy and plan to buy this one as soon as it's outWhat a fantastic finaleI love the Dark Gifts trilogy to the point where I'd possibly declare this as my favourite YA fantasyThe premise is very simple political and in

  10. says:

    Rating of 35ish I know this is not one of the beloved YA series of the last few years It lacks certain author nam

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