Morning Star (Red Rising Trilogy, #3)



1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER Red Rising Thrilled Readers And Announced The Presence Of A Talented New Author Golden Son Changed The Game And Took The Story Of Darrow To The Next Level Now Comes The Exhilarating Conclusion To The Red Rising Trilogy Morning Star.Darrow Would Have Lived In Peace, But His Enemies Brought Him War The Gold Overlords Demanded His Obedience, Hanged His Wife, And Enslaved His People But Darrow Is Determined To Fight Back Risking Everything To Transform Himself And Breach Gold Society, Darrow Has Battled To Survive The Cutthroat Rivalries That Breed Society S Mightiest Warriors, Climbed The Ranks, And Waited Patiently To Unleash The Revolution That Will Tear The Hierarchy Apart From Within.Finally, The Time Has Come.But Devotion To Honor And Hunger For Vengeance Run Deep On Both Sides Darrow And His Comrades In Arms Face Powerful Enemies Without Scruple Or Mercy Among Them Are Some Darrow Once Considered Friends To Win, Darrow Will Need To Inspire Those Shackled In Darkness To Break Their Chains, Unmake The World Their Cruel Masters Have Built, And Claim A Destiny Too Long Denied And Too Glorious To Surrender.Morning Star (Red Rising Trilogy, #3)

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  • Paperback
  • 518 pages
  • Morning Star (Red Rising Trilogy, #3)
  • Pierce Brown
  • English
  • 20 April 2017
  • 1444759078

10 thoughts on “Morning Star (Red Rising Trilogy, #3)

  1. says:

    When I m starting a big multi volume story, one of the big concerns isn t just if the individual books are good And it s not just whether or not the books work well as a series Because a series is different than a multi volume story No The big issue with a multi volume story is how the whole thing wraps up And as anyone who ever watched the Matrix movies knows, the final part of a trilogy can, in effect, go back in time and ruin the previous otherwise enjoyable story I m happy to say th When...

  2. says:

    If the zombie apocalypse happens before this book is released I will never forgive you, Pierce.

  3. says:

    BREAK THE CHAINS OMNIS VIR LUPUS God This book was so freaking good I can t even people But there weredeaths There always are, but I had forgotten on purpose some of the deaths One damn near broke my heart One of my loves is gone. I have to stop loving people in books, damn it The crew is fighting all of the evil peeps once again and it finally comes to a head A few heads Re reading these books on audio has brought me right into the world where it just got me on the ed BREAK THE CHAINS OMNIS VIR LUPUS God This book was so freaking good I can t even people But there weredeaths There always are, but I had forgotten on purpose some of the deaths One damn near broke my heart One of my loves is gone. I have to stop loving people in books, damn it The crew is fighting all of the evil peeps once again and it finally comes to a head A few heads Re reading these books on audio has brought me right into the world where it just got me on the edge the first time I read them They are one of my fa...

  4. says:

    Epic finale to an epic trilogy Like with the first two books, I did have some trouble connecting to the writing and the main character, but the fascinating world and thrilling storyline definitely made up for that If you want an awesome sci fi full of plot twists and grittiness and political mane...

  5. says:

    2 28 16 Okay, FOLKS, that s TWO amendments I ve made to the spoiler tagged section, so if you object to the first half of my issue, you now know that the second part is my biggest issue, and there s nothing you can say to change my mind about it, b c it s one of those BLACK AND WHITE areas, as far as I m concerned Read between the lines.Reviewed by Rabid ReadsI m a mess FYI Usually, when I m this torn over a book, I take some time to reflect, to settle my FEELINGS so many bloody 2 28 16 Okay, FOLKS, that s TWO amendments I ve made to the spoiler tagged section, so if you object to the first half of my issue, you now know that the second ...

  6. says:

    Never mind the darkness you spread, never mind the night you summon, we will rage against it In my Golden Son review I remarked that reading the second book of this amazing trilogy was like playing chess without any rules Well, guess what Yes, you already figured it out To read Morning Star was even worse lol Forget renegade chess figures that give you the finger This time around it s the storyline, nature, two fleets, gravity AND the countless chess figures that all riot like thereNever mind the darkness you spread, never mind the night you summon, we will rage against it In my Golden Son review I remarked that reading the second book of this amazing trilogy was like playing chess without any rules Well, guess what Yes, you already figured it out To read Morning Star was even worse lol Forget renegade chess figures that give you the finger This time around it s the storyline, nature, two fleets, gravity AND the countless chess figures that all riot like there would be no tomorrow XD In short the entire book is one big middle finger and its only reason to exist is to rip out your heart, to crush it and to feast on it while you desperately try to save your precious soul Yep, that s how reading this book felt for me _But don t let me keep you from reading...

  7. says:

    Everything is cracked, everything is stained except the fragile moments that hang crystalline in time and make life worth living 4.5 stars because that was superbly concluded, truly It s one thing to have a good book throughout, but it s another thing entirely to have a marvelous book, then slam the readers in the face with a ridiculously wonderful yet entirely unpredictable ending I did not see that coming, not at all The book was a rather enthralling ending to a action packed and thor Everything is cracked, everything is stained except the fragile moments that hang crystalline in time and make life worth living 4.5 stars because that was superbly concluded, truly It s one thing to have a good book throughout, but it s another thing entirely to have a marvelous book, then slam the readers in the face with a ridiculously wonderful yet entirely unpredictable ending I did not see that coming, not at all The book was a rather enthralling ending to a action packed and thoroughly entertaining series The book progress with delightful speed and gets better and better The stories have a way of being built up and simply torn down piece by piece and then being rebuilt once again Looking at the series as a whole, I d say there isn t anyone who doesn t find at least one likable ground to make them want to read this series The setting alter...

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    Buddy reading this book with my favorite Howlers Sarah, Celeste, Mary, Tweebie, JennymortShort version If you love Sci Fi Space Opera, do yourself a favor and go fucking read this trilogy As I predicted since Red Rising, this is another new entry to my favorite series of all time list and definitely one of the best Sci Fi series I ever read I read the whole trilogy within 9 days even though I have a full time job to attend to, I sacrificed my sleeping hours to read during these periods Buddy reading this book with my favorite Howlers Sarah, Celeste, Mary, Tweebie, JennymortShort version If you love Sci Fi Space Opera, do yourself a favor and go fucking read this trilogy As I predicted since Red Rising, this is another new entry to my favorite series of all time list and definitely one of the best Sci Fi series I ever read I read the whole trilogy within 9 days even though I have a full time job to attend to, I sacrificed my sleeping hours to read during these periods and guess what It s bloodydamn worth it Morning Star gave a hugely satisfying and beautiful ending to the trilogy while at the same time leaving ...

  9. says:

    WHAT AN ENDING.This book threw my heart through several hoops, dropping it a few times and trampling all over it.I need some time to recover, but I am really satisfied by the conclusion.

  10. says:

    My son, my sonRemember the chainsWhen Gold ruled with iron reinsWe roared and roaredAnd twisted and screamedFor ours, a valeof better dreams It s over.Darrow au Andromedus, the son of Lykos, the Helldiver, the Howler, the Reaper, concluded his epic journey, a journey paved with blood, tears, mass murders and sacrifices, seeking a better future for the oppressed, the slaves and the victims of the Gold caste s cruelty Break the chains. He was tortuted for months, and was left broken and hel My son, my sonRemember the chainsWhen Gold ruled with iron reinsWe roared and roaredAnd twisted and screamedFor ours, a valeof better dreams It s over.Darrow au Andromedus, the son of Lykos, the Helldiver, the Howler, the Reaper, concluded his epic journey, a journey paved with blood, tears, mass murders and sacrifices, seeking a better future for the oppressed, the slaves and the victims of the Gold caste s cruelty Break the chains. He was tortuted for months, and was left broken and helpless, a husk of the mighty warlord he once was Break the chains. But he survived, and emerged wiser andunderstanding, ready to wreck havoc to ...

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