The Sweet Far Thing (Gemma Doyle, Book 3) [Libba Bray] on * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The gripping conclusion to the critically. The concluding volume in the trilogy begun in A Great and Terrible Beauty is a huge work of massive ambition, an undertaking that involves the. The gripping conclusion to the critically acclaimed New York Times, USA Today, and Publishers Weekly bestselling Gemma Doyle trilogy.

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It has been a year of change since Gemma Doyle arrived at the foreboding Spence Academy. I think it is important to remember that a young woman can be powerful and challenge authority, but still long for love and romance. Whatever signs they saw seemed like normal female friendship to me, especially for Victorian period writing. Out of the three books in this series, this one was nray the best.

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Just because he has no opportunity doesn’t mean that he cannot. It was a very huge disappointment.

I’ll hold out hope To venture opinions that may not be polite or even correct but are mine nonetheless. But it probably could have been quite a bit shorter.

Libbz that this book is the last one, I expected to have a lot more resolution to the story of Gemma Doyle. It is amazing and you won’t regret it Which turns out to be a secret door in which she has seen in her visions complements of a Miss Wilhelmina Wyatt, former Spence Lady and author of A History of Secret Societies.


I guess you needed those few weeks looking after those brats to make you see the glint of light and take a chance at a better life. What if changing the path of the magic opened new doors for the Winterlands? I don’t get this at all.

And then when you got to open road like a stunning revelation about one of the main characters This book means the absolute world to me. He wavers between not speaking to Gemma at all and passionately confessing his love for her, though Gemma ths afford to be caught with him.

Please review your cart. After all, I have been sitting around lately asking for longer books. Although I wish some events had not happened, I understand why they did. View all 12 comments.

The Gemma Doyle Trilogy – Books – The Sweet Far Thing

As the story unfolds, Gemma discovers that nothing, and noone, is as they seem. I admit that my reading habits during the term aren’t conducive to falling in love with long books because I tend to read them in such fragments.

The third book begins and you discover that she has taken a u-turn and is whiny and uses her magic strangely. Pippa changed at least, though it was her corruption we saw. Lists with This Book.

The Sweet Far Thing

Power in the realms can corrupt a soul beyond recognition, and one twisted antagonist is fighting harder than anyone to stymie Gemma’s efforts to restore peace.


Looking for More Great Reads? However, I shed a few tears at the end of Sweet Far Thing. The beginning was fairly boring and sometimes hard to get through, I got a little put off because of the length and I just felt it was taking forever.

Oh man, the feels and nostalgia. Now, as Gemma approaches her London debut, the time has come to test these bonds. Item s unavailable for purchase. Seriously, where does the gay issue come from? I feel too deeply and want too much. I was relieved to be finished with it. Even Tom grew as a character, though maybe it was a bit abrupt.

The emotion that Libba Bray churned up in me was astounding. I am very grateful that when I started this series all the books had come out and I owned them all, or I honestly think I would have died. I do not wish to live this way. Jan 06, Rebecca rated it liked it Recommends it for: The Sweet Far Thing is at least as wise as its predecessors, but far more emotional.

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