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Free read Son (The Giver, #4) ô PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ã They called her Water Claire When she washed up on their shore no one knew that she came from a society where emotions and colors didn’t exist That she had become a Vessel at age thirteen That she had carried a Product at age fourteen That it had been stolen fromThe chilling world of the Newbery Medal winning book The Giver as well as Gathering Blue and Messenger where a new hero emerges In this thrilling series finale the startling and long awaited conclusion to Lois Lowry’s epic tale culminates in a final clash between good and ev. Spoiler alert I have such mixed feelings about this series and book The Giver was wonderful but it was clear to me that the boys died at the end old handed down memories of a sled in the snow do not lead to real redemption from freezing and starvation Then I enjoyed Gathering Blue even except that it seemed that Lowry believed that her characters from the first book had survived and were living in some sort of utopian village Then in The Messenger she had a beloved character die for the sins of others which is way too Christological to have meaning for me And now Now her message is that the power of love conuers evil Evil doesn't really exist it just crumbles when faced with true empathy While I enjoyed the return in this book of The Giver's dystopia her conclusions left me feeling that the hard truths of humanity she captured in the first two books that things are complicated than they first appear has now been reduced to the banal cliche that love can heal all wounds But I know it can't I'm very disappointed that she couldn't handle the complications she introduced even though these are not adult books

Son The Giver #4The chilling world of the Newbery Medal winning book The Giver as well as Gathering Blue and Messenger where a new hero emerges In this thrilling series finale the startling and long awaited conclusion to Lois Lowry’s epic tale culminates in a final clash between good and ev. Spoiler alert I have such mixed feelings about this series and book The Giver was wonderful but it was clear to me that the boys died at the end old handed down memories of a sled in the snow do not lead to real redemption from freezing and starvation Then I enjoyed Gathering Blue even except that it seemed that Lowry believed that her characters from the first book had survived and were living in some sort of utopian village Then in The Messenger she had a beloved character die for the sins of others which is way too Christological to have meaning for me And now Now her message is that the power of love conuers evil Evil doesn't really exist it just crumbles when faced with true empathy While I enjoyed the return in this book of The Giver's dystopia her conclusions left me feeling that the hard truths of humanity she captured in the first two books that things are complicated than they first appear has now been reduced to the banal cliche that love can heal all wounds But I know it can't I'm very disappointed that she couldn't handle the complications she introduced even though these are not adult books

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Son (The Giver, #4) º They called her Water Claire When she washed up on their shore no one knew that she came from a society where emotions and colors didn’t exist That she had become a Vessel at age thirteen That she had carried a Product at age fourteen That it had been stolen from her body Cla. 25 starsI'm done I'm so done right nowThis one dragggggged The answers we've been waiting for since book 1 were never truly given and we were forced to watch yet another set of side characters become the mains This time we follow Claire a birth mother from Jonas's original city Much like Jonas she doesn't take the emotion suppressing pills and thus develops the ability to love And she loves her son fiercely She would die Claire realized before she would give up the love she felt for her son As we know from the first book Gabe was going to be let go aka killed because he was too fussy of a baby thus no parents would want to handle him when Jonas steals him away Claire frantically searches from her son eventually climbing onto a nearby barge to get away from her monstrous city A storm rolls in and the last thing she remembers is looking forsomethingThis whole book felt incredibly convenient Claire just happens to wash aboard a small town at the bottom of cliffs She happens to lose her memory and by the time she gets it back the only way out of the town just happens to be climbing that sheer cliffs She just happens to have to spend the next 8 or so years training her body to climb out Conveniently during that time Gabe is growing and by the time she gets to him he's old enough to make other things in the plot happen This felt like huge a time wasteWe never got to figure out who the Trader was where all these magic powers come and why the society is so messed up At leastwe find out what happened to the characters from book 1kind of Thank goodness this series is overAudiobook CommentsRead by Bernadette Dunne and she did a really fabulous job I wasn't a fan of the plot but I certainly enjoyed the audioYouTube | Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Snapchat mirandareads Happy Reading review è PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Lois Lowry

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Lois Lowry ☆ 6 characters Ire had a son But what became of him she never knew What was his name Was he even alive She was supposed to forget him but that was impossible Now Claire will stop at nothing to find her child even if it means making an unimaginable sacrifice Son thrusts readers once again into. I love The Giver I count it as one of my favorite books of all time It was the book that inspired me to read and made me want to write And I should have stopped at The Giver My ratings of the books in the series have gotten progressively worse I liked Gathering Blue wish I didn't read The Messenger and now wish I could take back time with The Son I spent money on it and I want it back Sort of I do love Lois LowryBut this is a great example of how to set rules and not break them The Giver's rules were a little bit out of the ordinary a little bit fantasy That does not mean that suddenly at the end of the series you get a personification of evil that gambles and deals like the devil No No Noooooo Where the hell did this come from Your guess is as good as mine because I have no idea Then the ending I don't get it The moral was fight evil Okaythat'sno justification for how long this book was She's training for the cliff Has she gone up the cliff yet Nope Still training ON THE CLIFF Still on the cliff Are we going to get off this cliffAnd then you meet the Devil Damned if you do damned if you don't Which I don't get why if you stand up to Evil it still wins Apparently you have to be super special and either Jonas or Gabriel and then and only then will evil be swayed by you But seriously That entire book just so we can fight a personification of evilI feel cheated because there was no point to this It didn't add anything to the arc It gave a moral that I realized at five One star and a desperately plea for Target to give me my money back