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Destiny Rising (True Calling Book 5) by [Davis, Siobhan]
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"This series deserves to become as well-known as popular series such as The Hunger Games, Divergent, The Maze Runner etc. ... it's that good." Paranormal Books Blog

True Calling, Book 1, is free to download from this site. Fully completed series. Amazon bestseller. Over 600 5-star ratings for the series on Goodreads.

Every choice has a consequence...

Once again, the world is on the brink of momentous change. As revolutionary organization Saoirse prepares to battle the government for control of Earth and Novo, Ariana and those she loves must join humanity's fight for justice and freedom.

As haunted memories resurface, old discoveries and new realities conspire to shatter her world forever.

Torn in one direction by her unique connection to childhood sweetheart Zane, and pulled in the other by a relentless passion for her fiery fiancé Cal, she must make the hardest decision of all. While embarking on a road to self-discovery, her psychic gift evolves and the full extent of her powerful ability is revealed.

Then fate lands another savage blow and she faces the most horrific choice of all. Forced into striking a deal with the enemy, she must make the ultimate personal sacrifice or risk everything she holds dear.

When destiny finally rears its head, what will the future hold?

WILL I ENJOY THIS SERIES?

True Calling is an enthralling young adult science fiction fantasy romance series that has earned rave reviews from readers who enjoyed popular series like The Hunger Games, Divergent, Matched, The Selection, The 100, 1984, and it’s even been favourably compared to the movie Elysium. Set between two vastly different worlds (utopian vs. dystopian) and told from two different perspectives, this series will appeal to readers who enjoy any of the following genres: Teen and Young Adult, Science Fiction (soft), Dystopian, Romance, Fantasy, Paranormal or Supernatural, Urban Fantasy.

This Amazon bestselling series is fully complete, and it comprises the following books:

True Calling - Book 1
Lovestruck - Short Story
Beyond Reach - Book 2
Light of a Thousand Stars - Novella
Destiny Rising - Book 3

Discounted Boxset also available on this site.

About the Author

Siobhan Davis writes young adult science fiction fantasy romance books, and she is the author of the Amazon bestselling True Calling series. The first book in her new Saven series was released in December 2015. A self-professed teenager forever--at least when it comes to books, music, and films, Siobhan is totally addicted to teen fiction and superhero/blockbuster movies. She loves baking, shoes, bags, makeup, anti-wrinkle cream, anything pink, Kelly Clarkson, Katy Perry, and Robert Pattinson (definitely Team Edward). Before pursuing a full-time writing career, Siobhan forged a successful corporate career in Human Resources over the last twenty years. She resides in the Garden County of Ireland with her husband and two sons. Join the author's mailing list to receive a free copy of Lovestruck, Light of a Thousand Stars, and some bonus short stories: http://eepurl.com/bv8gKz (just copy and paste this link into your browser). Connect with Siobhan: Author Website: www.siobhandavis.com Author Blog: http://myyanabookobsession.com Twitter: @siobhandavis Facebook: www.facebook.com/TrueCallingBooks Google+: +SiobhanDavisAuthor

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Going into this book, I was extactic. The ending of sequel in the True Calling Series left me freaking out on what was going to happen. Now that I ahd it in my grasps, I finally managed to get time to read the book.

The plot of the book is easy to grasp yet it's full of remarkable detail that will suck you in. Each character goes through so many changes as the book goes on. Reading this book made me feel like I was actually part of the book, all the books in this series did.

The setting was good and the time of events was good. I liked how nothing was rushed and it was evenly spaced out so the reader would be able to enjoy certain events, but it wasn't so often that it would become repetitive. With relationships, it was pretty realistic as the Ariana, Cal and Zane dynamic displays.

The cover was okay, but I would have to say out of the three books, this cover wasn't my absolute favorite. Maybe it's just me being a cover critic and loving how there were people in the cover which added some depth and some hidden info to the story. (True calling's showed earth and novo as well as the girl looking at earth) ( Beyond Reach's cover showing a girl on earth looking at novo) This cover for Destiny Rising I had some trouble trying to decipher what the book might hold.

The title for this book was amazing. It pulled me in as well as the other two did. And I think that's one thing a book needs to have.

Overall, I rate this book 5 stars because of it's clever plot twists, character's relationships, and the riveting feeling you get reading this book.

If you love to read science fiction with dystopian and teen romance. I highly recommend you read this book. Also if you enjoyed rebellions than you should read the series.
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The third installment in Siobhan Davis’ True Calling Trilogy, Destiny Rising, picks up where things left off and doesn’t ease up. Ari and Cal are safely away from Novo, Ari’s discovered her mother is dead, her childhood love Zane has been left behind and her father is actually alive. The team of rebels is quickly banding together to stand up against the corrupt government back on Novo, dividing their team into different assignments that will further their cause.

This division sends Ari to Greece to explore her psychic abilities, which I thought was a really great opportunity for this storyline, but all this really did was just removed Ari from the first half of the book and focused solely on Zane and Cal and how they were both missing her. There was some character growth and you got to know these characters much more, but I thought this would have been a great opportunity to explore some of Ari’s gifts and let HER character grow, instead of building more on the love triangle between them all.

That said, when Ari returns and her gifts begin to show themselves, they really are something to be amazed by. The last half of the book where the battle between Earth and Novo takes place is a pretty intense and quick ride and I have to say, I quite liked where everything ended up.

It might be a little too clean cut and neat, but after sticking with these characters for three books and seeing everything they’ve gone through, man it’s nice to see them catch a break in the end.

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Destiny Rising is the final book in the True Calling trilogy. Before reading this, I strongly recommend reading the first two in the trilogy as well as the two in-between short stories that fill in some of the backstory. That being said, this book catapults the reader back into the midst of the Zane-Ari-Cal love triangle, and then some. Add in the nasty turn the revolution is taking, pregnancy hormones run rampant, and misunderstandings and jealousy, and it’s one wild rollercoaster of action and emotion.

So, returning to the love triangle. Every time it seems the triangle will resolve, something happens. I truly had no idea how things would turn out until midway through the epilogue. It kept me on the edge the whole time. Plus, other romantic interests and possibilities popped up unexpectedly, fueling confusion, jealousy, and guilt in the three main characters. The level of suspense maintained from beginning to end is impressive, and that’s just on the romantic side of things.

On to the revolution. Whoa, stuff really hits the fan in this book. Battles, attacks, and staggering losses abound. No one is safe. There were so many times I wanted to cry out in shock, wishing fervently that what just happened would magically (or scientifically) right itself. Despite the powerful advancements in medical technology the book hints at, some things just cannot be fixed. Again, suspense and the urge to turn the page were almost overwhelming, resulting in quite a few long nights.

As for the quality of the book, even as an ARC that hadn’t gone through the final editing round, I found this book very well-written and well-edited. The story is complex, but solidly built. And everything wraps up cleanly and completely, but not too soon. Good to the last page, in my opinion.
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HASH(0xa6a3e12c) out of 5 stars Not happy with the outcome. but good writing. Sept. 28 2015
By aggietwins03 - Published on Amazon.com
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I honestly had a hard time finishing the book because I was really unhappy about the decision Ari made between the two boys. The rest of the book held no joy for me. I kept rolling my eyes at the professions of love between the lovebirds and growing irritated with the mushiness. I wanted to smack her upside the head and kick him in the man parts. Even the "happy ending" in the epilogue did not fix my frustration.

I had a hard time concentrating on the other plot lines of the story because I was so flabbergasted by her choice of men.

Now.... the fact that the author can elicit these types of feelings from me with her writing, says a lot about her talent. But i'm still upset. :(
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HASH(0xa6a3e378) out of 5 stars AMAZING Sci-fi, Romance Series! Nov. 26 2015
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AMAZING Sci-Fi, Romance Series!

This series would make a great movie saga. This review has a hell of a lot of spoilers.

Ari:

Arianna is one of my favorite YA characters. I like the fact that she is constant. Also that she stands up and fights for what she believes in. I was okay with the mistakes Ari made because she is human. We all make mistakes. The difference being; Ari admitted and owned up to hers. I think that is what makes her a strong honorable person.
Ari was put in a horrible situation and she did the best she could. I liked the fact that Ari stayed true to Cal. Yes…Ari admitted that she still loved, Zane, and even kissed him a few times. But to me; it would not have been as realistic if she didn’t waver or have uncertainties. Ari had her memories stripped from her mind. Her 1st love was taken from her. Life is a bitch! Sometimes, I do believe things happen for a reason, but they work out the way they should.

I normally root for a heroine’s first love. With the True Calling series, I guess it’s how you view it. Technically, Cal was Ari’s 2nd. But for the readers, Cal was our 1st. I’m Team Cal. That’s never wavered.

What’s refreshing about this series was that Ari chose her 2nd love. I had my doubts along the way. Ari and Zane had a rare psychic connection, both having mind abilities. Plus, Ari had Zane’s love stolen from her. I felt like what Cal said was true. “Right now, you don’t remember. But if your memories return, you may then realize that you love him more than me.”
I think that’s a very true statement. That thought had me worried sick because there was indecision when Ari did remember that she loved Zane. I was Damn delighted when Ari declared she loved Cal more. Even though they didn’t share a physic bond; there was just something magnetic about their relationship that made it so special.

The main concept of this novel or at least my perception is; fate can choose your soul-mate, but you can choose your own destiny. I believe Arianna and Zane were fated to be together. But as Ari stated; life chances….things change. Ariana rose up and chose her destiny to be with Cal. Ari choosing Cal, her 2nd love is not typical in other stories, making it more unique. It was never about Ari’s 1st love. The irony to this series is that Ari choose her destiny to be with her 2nd, and that’s the love she fought for.

Zane:

Zane turned out to be a good guy. He grew on me, and I was able to connect with him in book 3. I found myself wanting him to be happy and find love. He deserved it. I just didn’t want him to find love with Arianna.
Zane was dealt an unfair stack of cards in life. In books 1 & 2, one of the issues I had with Zane, was his longing for Arianna. I wanted him to man up, and grow a pair. If it was meant for them to be together, then it would have played out that way.
In book 3, Zane started off in a coma. I was relieved to find out that Zane was still alive. That relief was short lived when I wasn’t sure what Ari’s decision would be.
I actually enjoyed being in Zane’s head in this book. I could sympathize more with him. When Zane accepted that it was not mean for him and Ari to be together, I thought, hallelujah! Long overdue. I respected him more as a man when he finally let her go, but I felt his heartache. I didn’t want him to be in pain.

Cal:

There’s so much to say about Cal, being so smitten for him. He’s a rare blond that I have rooted for. I loved his playful personality and his bad boy appeal. Cal’s hilarious and I thought he had the best lines in the series. I also loved the way he loved Ariana. Zane loved her just as much. But it was Cal’s love that I adored.
Another characteristic I liked about Cal was his morals and standards. As the series went on, it was thrown out there that Cal might be a traitor. I never believed it because I’d always believed in him. Cal fought for what he believed was right, and he had a good heart. He also didn’t play games. Cal wasn’t going to deal with ploys of the twisted triangle. Cal told Ari that from the beginning. He loved her wholeheartedly, but was not going to have his heart trampled on. I respect that. At one part in this story, Cal said, “Screw this! We’re though.”
My mouth was hanging open, and I thought, Wait! What just happened? But it just backed up Cal’s honest character.

I was so excited for Part III, being the 1st time in Cal’s head. He drops a ton of F bombs, but hey, that’ Cal. His POV was entertaining and fun to read. There was one part in his view where for the 1st time, I found myself angry with Cal. He’s not one to be hypocritical, so it really bothered me. When Ari and Cal finally found each other again, claiming their undying love for each other, I couldn’t have been more thrilled. Time apart is what showed this 2 they could not live without each other. They agreed to leave the past in the past…no more secrets. Ariana needed to share some things that she had been keeping from Cal which was honorable of her to do. So, I was dumbfounded when Ari made her confession about kissing Zane 3 times and Cal stated that he wasn’t sure if he could even forgive her. Cal being livid…yes. But after weeks had passed and Cal still wasn’t sure if he could forgive Ari threw me for a loop. Upon not having seen her for 2 months, he had just told her, nothing she said would change his feelings or him wanting to be with her. Ari admits she kissed Zane, and wham…it may be over. I mean for Pete’s sake, Cal, yes they kissed. But Zane didn’t penetrate. That’s a huge difference in my books.

For once, I totally agreed with what Zane told Cal. It’s not that I ever disliked Zane, he was just in the way of Cal. But Zane’s speech to Cal, earned major points with me. Zane took the higher road, truly being an honorable man. I chunk Cal’s lapse in character of being a hypocrite, to his hormone injections.
Zane’s speech lighted a fire under Cal’s ass that was overdue. After that episode, Cal was back in my good grace.

The Story:

This 3rd final installment of the True Calling series didn’t disappoint. Now looking back, I can appreciate everything that happened, since I know the outcome. My emotions were all over the place when I read this book. I wasn’t sure how I would feel when it was over.
Loved how in this novel the love issues were not resolved until the end. Even though it damn near killed me. That concept was different. Although it was a roller coaster, it was done well, and worth the ride.

Ari’s gift was a neat aspect of the story. I liked how even though this series is Sci-fi, the story had a very realistic feel. As for I believe in premonition, 6th senses, and 3rd eyes. I don’t believe in telekinesis though. I have to draw the line somewhere. Lol.
This plotline had a lot of action, romance, and suspense. All being what makes my favorite in a genre. I liked how we got to see Ari’s gifts in action. In the end finale; Ari’s power of dismantling the bomb seemed a little farfetched. Other than that, it was a great addition to the story.
The twist with Ari’s pregnancy was a shocker. That’s some sick s***. But being an ultrasound tech for 15 ½ years, makes me question their advanced technology. That doctor should have been fired if he didn’t see the 2nd baby during her 1st ultrasound. The concept was wicked though, so I went with it with a smile.

Again, Ms. Siobhan is the queen of not only cliff hangers but suspense. I was not expecting what happened on the very last paragraph of the very last page. Literally…my mouth was hanging open. And it almost broke my heart. Praise Sonar, it turned out okay. I don’t think I could have accepted it. I would have been devastated.

The epilogue in this book was one of the most beautiful epilogues I have ever read. I felt all the issues that needed to be resolved were. I didn’t have any lingering questions that weren’t answered. The irony of the epilogue was epic, a delightful surprise. One I didn’t see coming. The irony to this story was satisfying, making perfect sense.
My favorite traits of a story are the connection of plots and entities within. The best stories are ones with a metaphoric or underlining purpose. The connection of events and plotlines binding together, making the concept of the novel hole. Ari with Cal. Zane with Melanie, Cal’s sister. You can’t get more ironic then that.

Destiny Rising has a beautiful ending to a wonderful Sci-fi series. I recommend this series to anyone who loves Sci-fi with a twist. Conflicted romance and action.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa6a3e33c) out of 5 stars Great character building, an epic level of suspense both in action and romance, and an interesting sci fi twist. Aug. 30 2015
By Trish (I read too much!) - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Destiny Rising is the final book in the True Calling trilogy. Before reading this, I strongly recommend reading the first two in the trilogy as well as the two in-between short stories that fill in some of the backstory. That being said, this book catapults the reader back into the midst of the Zane-Ari-Cal love triangle, and then some. Add in the nasty turn the revolution is taking, pregnancy hormones run rampant, and misunderstandings and jealousy, and it’s one wild rollercoaster of action and emotion.

So, returning to the love triangle. Every time it seems the triangle will resolve, something happens. I truly had no idea how things would turn out until midway through the epilogue. It kept me on the edge the whole time. Plus, other romantic interests and possibilities popped up unexpectedly, fueling confusion, jealousy, and guilt in the three main characters. The level of suspense maintained from beginning to end is impressive, and that’s just on the romantic side of things.

On to the revolution. Whoa, stuff really hits the fan in this book. Battles, attacks, and staggering losses abound. No one is safe. There were so many times I wanted to cry out in shock, wishing fervently that what just happened would magically (or scientifically) right itself. Despite the powerful advancements in medical technology the book hints at, some things just cannot be fixed. Again, suspense and the urge to turn the page were almost overwhelming, resulting in quite a few long nights.

As for the quality of the book, even as an ARC that hadn’t gone through the final editing round, I found this book very well-written and well-edited. The story is complex, but solidly built. And everything wraps up cleanly and completely, but not too soon. Good to the last page, in my opinion.

Still, I noticed a few confusing spots where I had to check who said what (the actions of other characters are placed in the same paragraph where another’s dialog is, sometimes without attribution) and others where I thought I detected some sort of timeline issue (specifically one where the age of one character when her mom died (9) vs. the current age of the character (17) vs. number of years elapsed since the death (5) didn’t match up). I also thought the mediscan was more deus ex machina than sci fi.

One last thought is that the catastrophe that sent people to Novo and resulted in the dystopian society doesn’t seemed to have affected Earth all that much. It just doesn’t seem to reflect in damage to anything or in loss of life or in changes to anything other than implementation of martial law and social controls. Even after reading the whole trilogy, I still feel like the whole thing was manufactured via government propaganda so they could take over the world and that it possibly never actually happened.

Overall, I really liked this book and the trilogy as a whole. Great character building, an epic level of suspense both in action and romance, and an interesting sci fi twist will please those who love YA Dystopia and who want something to keep them engrossed to the end. However, some gaps in world building, the science behind the sci fi, and the catastrophe that spawned the whole thing may bug readers who prefer a more probable sci fi experience.

I received an ebook ARC of this book from the author in return for an honest review.
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HASH(0xa6a3e834) out of 5 stars Destiny Rising Aug. 30 2015
By Lola - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I received a copy in exchange for an honest review

I was really excited for this book, especially after how the the second book ended and how this book had to wrap everything up. I had a lot of expectations, but this book proved to be even better than I expected. This is without a doubt the best book this author has written so far, I loved it from the start till the end. The start of this book was brilliant, starting with some big revelations. I had predicted one of them, but was blown away by the other one. It was amazing to start a book like this, fast paced in the middle of all the drama. And it didn't slow down after that, keeping up a steady pace. What I like most about the revelations is that looking back you can see the hints Siobhan planted and everything just fits into place, it makes sense and I loved that. I'll definitely will re-read the whole trilogy eventually to appreciate the foreshadowing even more.

From the moment I started this book I just wanted to keep reading. I spend quite some evenings going to bed later than planned as I stayed up longer reading this book. It was just so well written and there was so much going on. The story was very interesting and it kept my attention, there were no slow parts. Although there were a few military/ war scenes I liked less as I don't like reading about that. So many people die and don't make it and it was heart wrenching reading about it. I did like that the story wasn't only focussed on the battle, it also focussed on the technological battle and there are also big parts that are more about the characters, personal changes and even a few really happy and uplifting scenes. It was really a mix of emotions.

This book was an emotional rollercoaster, from sadness, apprehension, to being scared, to being happy. This book evoked so many different emotions in me and at one point I was almost in tears and that's saying a lot as I have a really good book poker face and it hardly ever happens that a book evokes really strong emotions in me. And then there was the ending, wow it was so powerful and such a good ending. So perfect and at the same time being happy, but also realistic and bittersweet at times. It is a war and not everyone makes it, which is sad, but the ending makes it all worth it. I loved the epilogue!

I LOVE how Siobhan Davis handled the love triangle. I always disliked love triangles as they are never written right, but this series shows how a love triangle can be done right. Yes there is a lot of drama surrounding it, but there is a real conflict and both boys stand a chance. They are both great characters and they both love Ari and Ari loves both of them and you can really feel that. I honesty didn't know who I wanted to win, but the author handled it perfectly. The love triangle got resolved before the end of the book, it got resolved way earlier in the book than I expected. And then Ari makes her decision and stays with, I loved this and how we didn't have to wait the whole book for the decision. The great thing about this is that we got to see what happened after her decision and how it impacted and changed things. We get both Ari, Cal and Zane their point of view so we get both boys point of view to see how they deal with Ari her decision. And it was just handled so well and it just all worked out nicely. I was really happy and satisfied with how the love triangle was handled and Ari her decision. It also was a nice addition to get all three their point of views this book.

The character really grow and mature a lot, it happens gradually over the course of the book and it was so powerful to see. Especially Ari, she grows, matures and changes so much and I loved seeing her develop and come into herself and her psychic powers. There are some awesome scenes involving her psychic powers and wow I think I was as impressed as the characters in the book. Then there is how she early on makes a decision about why she wants to spend her life with and she never wavers from it. I loved the person she becomes in this book. Cal and Zane also change, but that's more later in the book when we see how they deal with Ari her decision.

We also get to learn a bit more about a few of the side characters in this book as a big part takes place at the base all characters are in close proximity and they form an even closer group than in the previous books. I especially liked how we saw more about Mel, Ruby and Cal's dad. We still see Ari her sister and brother as well, even though they play a small part, they are still present. There are also a few characters that make an appearance again, which I hadn't expected. I did feel that the characterisation in this book was done even better than in the previous books or maybe that's because we now know them longer, but I was better able to get an image and idea of the side characters as well. Their group is also a bit smaller and we have knows the characters longer which was why they were easy to recognize and remember.

In terms of world building, there isn't much new added, but build upon and expanded on the blocks that are already there. We do learn more about the revolutionary organisation, which was interesting. And we found out the true extend of Ari her powers, I love that small paranormal aspect. It is subtle and there isn't really an explanation about it, but it worked really well, I never felt like more explanation was necessary as I was fine with it staying a bit mysterious. We also get a glimpse of the future in the epilogue, which was awesome. I like seeing how things go after the big battle has taken place and how the future will be for all the characters I've grown to love.

To conclude: I loved this book from the start to the end. The start of this book is brilliant and the ending is perfect. There are so many emotions I felt while reading this and I was close to tears at the end. I especially love how Siobhan handled the love triangle, resolving it early in the book and in a very satisfactory way. This is the best love triangle I've read so far. Ari makes her decision in this book and stays with. The three main character grow and mature a lot in this book and it was amazing to see. We also learn more about the side characters, the revolutionary organisation and Ari her psychic powers. All in all this was the perfect ending to this trilogy and I can't wait to read whatever Siobhan writes next.
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HASH(0xa6a3eb28) out of 5 stars Great Trilogy April 20 2016
By Nelia Madeira - Published on Amazon.com
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Lots of decisions are to be made in this book; for the humanity and Ariana too has to make so decisions too.

Saoirse organization is preparing nonstop to battle the government and take over Earth and Novo too. Ariana, her father and those who she loves most are joined on this battle for their freedom and justice. But that is not the only thing happening on Ariana's life, old memories are resurfacing, old discoveries and new realities and making her whole world fall apart forever and she needs to decide what is best for her and her family. Her father makes a decision and sends her away to Greece for a while on the pretest that she has to concentrate on her psychic gift to evolve and fully extent it to help the battle that they are all in. While she is away she manages to connect with her psychic gift with the help of someone who has the same powerful gift and it evolves to the max, but she also makes some major personal decisions that will either destroy her childhood boyfriend Zane or her fiancée Cal's heart, but it's a decision that she is ready to make.

When she comes back and battle is fully on, fate takes another turn and Ariana is face with another major decision, one that will have to involve making a deal with the enemy. She then faces the worst choice of making the ultimate personal sacrifice or risk everything she holds dear. What will she do? Well, you just have to read to find out. Will Saoirse and Ariana will this battle against the government? What will the future look like? Who did Ariana choose; Zane or Cal?

These are questions that you will have answers too, some you will like others you will not, but you will get them. I wasn't happy with one of the choices Ariana made, but overall the book was really good. I really liked how everything wrapped up nicely and how you get to see much more into the future that you get from other books.

I gave the book 4 out of 5 stars, I probably would have give 5 if she had made another choice but that's just my personal option, and that's what reviews are for, right? And everyone has different options and I'm sure some people probably liked her decision. Do I recommend this trilogy, absolutely!!!