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Winter

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Princess Winter is admired by the Lunar people for her grace and kindness, and despite the scars that mar her face, her beauty is said to be even more breathtaking than that of her stepmother, Queen Levana. Winter despises her stepmother, and knows Levana won't approve of her feelings for her childhood friend--the handsome palace guard, Jacin. But Winter isn't as weak as Levana believes her to be. She's been undermining her stepmother's wishes for years. Together with the cyborg mechanic, Cinder, and her allies, Winter helps launch a revolution to win a war that's been raging for too long. Can Cinder, Scarlet, Cress, and Winter defeat Levana and find their happily ever afters? Fans will not want to miss this thrilling conclusion to Marissa Meyer's national bestselling Lunar Chronicles series.
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Marissa Meyer is the #1 New York Times-bestselling author of The Lunar Chronicles series, as well as the graphic novel Wires and Nerve: Vol. 1, and The Lunar Chronicles Coloring Book. Her first stand alone novel, Heartless, was also a #1 New York Times bestseller. She lives in Tacoma, Washington, with her husband and their two daughters. marissameyer.com
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Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 827
Altersempfehlung 12 - 18
Erscheinungsdatum 01.10.2018
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-1-250-00723-0
Verlag Macmillan USA
Maße (L/B/H) 20,8/13,9/4,3 cm
Gewicht 669 g
Verkaufsrang 14.012
Buch (Taschenbuch, Englisch)
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Sehr gutes Buch
von einer Kundin/einem Kunden aus Berkenbrück am 01.06.2018

Die ganze Reihe ist umwerfend, einfach wundervoll. Ich liebes jedes einzelne Buch, wobei dieses der krönende Abschluss ist. Ich konnte gar nicht genug bekommen <3

Epic ending!
von Hannah (PSIloveThatBook) aus Köln am 12.03.2017
Bewertet: Einband: Taschenbuch

THE WORLD: In this book the main focus is on Luna as that is where the whole story takes place. We get to know it pretty well and not just the court as it was in Fairest but actual Luna with it's outer sections and labor people. Tho, for... THE WORLD: In this book the main focus is on Luna as that is where the whole story takes place. We get to know it pretty well and not just the court as it was in Fairest but actual Luna with it's outer sections and labor people. Tho, for me it was a little bit confusing, I still cannot picture it all in my head with the main problem being outer sectors withing 2 hours reach by foot. Like what? Two hours is nothing, why would they need all the spaceships then? And the sectors, that is another whaaat for me. One moment it was like they are super watched with cameras and all and next it was like abandoned place where you can do whatever you want. Hmm. CHARACTERS: In this book we get to read about all the characters we got to know during this series. Cinder is our lead of course as this whole series is really about her but I must admit, ever since Scarlet I started to dislike Cinder and in Winter it was the final draw for me. I do not like who she become at all. Up till now Scarlet was my least favorite character but I think now Cinder takes that position. I just hate her. I am sorry, Cinder book was and still is my favorite of the whole series and I loved her there but that is all, after the first book my dislike for Cinder only grew. Now let's get back to Scarlet and Wolf. You know how I disliked her? Well I have to admit, Scarlet really grew on me in this book as well as Wolf. I like them together and maybe I could even go as far as to say that I kinda love Wolf with his whole alpha thing and tomatoes! Tho, the last chapter of Scarlet calling her friend...that was just plain unnecessary. Now, who is next? Oh yes, my cute little Cress. Well yes she is my favorite, normally I dislike this kind of character but Cress is just too lovable to not like. I am not such a huge fan of Thorne tho. I did not like him in Scarlet then liked in Cress and now I am rather conflicted. He is alright but definitely not my favorite. I think Cress and Wolf would have been pretty awesome :D And finally we get to Winter and Jacyn. Okay so I have to say no to Jacin. I just plainly dislike him, he is not lovable at all. But Winter...at first she was a mystery to me but then her craziness started to get to me. Yeah she is kind I get it but it is true sleeping beauty. She is completely out of her head and people still die for her because she is just so beautiful. How many times we have heard it in the book? It is weird, the beauty is horrified in this series in the picture of Levana but then when it comes to Winter the beauty is basically everything. I don't like this. Maybe that is why I just could not fall in love with Winter, she is alright, sometimes cute but her craziness is too much. Plus, I really did not like how her story ended. Yeah she goes as a test subject and then what? Does it work or does she have to go through more craziness? Does her craziness just go away completely at once or what? Felt so unfinished! And finally Levana...oh how I wanted more of her, there was barely anything like seriously? HOW DID SHE DIE???? Hello is it just me or her story was missing a huge chunk in it??? Frankly, this book had 827 pages and I feel that most of them were just used purely. Marissa Meyer could have written such a good ending but instead she wrote about dresses and endless running through tunnels. And in the end, we did not get a final ending to most of the stories...I refuse to accept it as a good ending. I am sorry but I just cannot. Too many things were left unanswered. LOVE: So there were rather a few couples in the book: Cinder&Kai: I find them really a weak couple. Love from the first site, blah. Scarlet&Wolf: The funniest couple for sure, probably my favorite if I had a favorite. Cress&Thorne: I love Cress but I still think she would have been much better of with Wolf, Thorne is okay but she can do much better. Winter&Jacin: Did not like them at all. Felt too cheap and fake. PLUS: I don't really know. It is an easy read for sure but I did not like many many things in this book. I guess a plus for me was the wolves, they were pretty crazy. MINUS: As I mentioned before, most of the stories felt unfinished for me. So many pages were really filled with useless stuff and especially in the end...So many unnecessary chapters when there should have been final story told. OVERALL: I did not like this book. My least book is Scarlet but Winter is close to it too. It just was not what I wanted and expected. I give it 4 stars basically because it is a final book in the series but the accurate rating is more 3.5/5 stars.

Ein epischer Abschluss der Reihe
von margaret k. am 06.12.2016
Bewertet: Einband: Taschenbuch

Dies ist der letzte Teil und vierte Teil der Lunar Chronicles Reihe und ich muss echt sagen, dass Marissa Meyer wieder richtig gute Arbeit geleistet hat. Das Buch ist super und hat sich sogar im Gegensatz zu den anderen Büchern etwas gesteigert, meiner Meinung nach, falls das überhaupt möglich... Dies ist der letzte Teil und vierte Teil der Lunar Chronicles Reihe und ich muss echt sagen, dass Marissa Meyer wieder richtig gute Arbeit geleistet hat. Das Buch ist super und hat sich sogar im Gegensatz zu den anderen Büchern etwas gesteigert, meiner Meinung nach, falls das überhaupt möglich ist. Dieses Teil ist das Finale und der Kampf gegen Levana spitzt sich zu. DIe Rampion Crew muss echt viel einstecken und endlich richtige Pläne schmieden, um Levana zu stürzen, wobei nicht immer alles nach Plan läuft und alles von jedem der Freunde abverlangt wird. Jedoch finden sie neue Verbündete und schaffen es so immer weiter in die Nähe der bösen Königin zu kommen. Aber am Besten verrate ich hier nicht schon alles :D Mir gefällt es sehr, dass sich die einzelnen Personen weiterentwickeln und man bei vielen auch hinter die "Maske" schauen kann. Aber jeder hat sich auf seiner persönliche Weise weiterentwickelt. So ist z.B. Cress mutiger geworden, während Cinder sich langsam mit der Anführerrolle abfindet und besser damit klarkommt. Allgemein hat jeder einzelne Charakter seiner eigenen Vorzüge, was es schwer macht nur einen Lieblingscharakter zu haben, da wirklich alle wirklich toll sind. Die Handlung spitzt sich zu und wird im Laufe des Buches immer spannender. Da es etwas mehr Seiten hat als die Vorgänger und viele Leser geschrieben haben, dass es "lang" ist, hatte ich schon befürchtet, dass sich die Handlung ziehen wird, ohne auf den Punkt zu kommen. Das ist jedoch überhaupt nicht der Fall, da nacheinander sehr viel passiert und es immer spannender wird, weil teilweise auch Situationen auftauchen, in denen erstmal kein Ausweg in Sicht ist und sich die Handlung im letzten Moment wendet. Außerdem sind die Handlungen recht actionreich und manchmal sogar schockierend, da man manche Dinge garnicht erwartet, sodass man schon das ein oder andere Mal aufgeregt nach Luft schnappen kann. Aber die Romantik kommt auch nicht zu kurz. Besonders die Szenen in denen Thorne und Cress langsam "auftauen" sind besonders süß. Was mir besonders an dieser Buchreihe gefällt, mir aber bei diesem Teil am meisten aufgefallen sind, ist das, obwohl die Märchenumschreibung sehr frei gehalten wird und sehr neu und kreativ ist, man immer noch die ursprünglichen Märchen an der einen oder anderen Stelle erkennen kann. Aber nicht nur immer ein Märchen. Zum Beispiel ist Scarlet, die eigentlich Rötkäppchen darstellt, zusammen mit Wolf auch die schöne und das Biest. Man findet überall in den Büchern stellen die auf verschiedene Märchen hinweisen, wofür es sich lohnt die Reihe mehr als nur einmal zu lesen, da man bestimmt immer wieder was neues finden kann :)