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The girls make their final stand in this third and final novel in the thrilling, subversive near-future series from New York Times bestselling author Suzanne Young about a girls-only private school that is far more than it appears to be. There is no one who can save your rebel soul… The girls of Innovations Academy escaped the confines of their unethical school, fought again The girls make their final stand in this third and final novel in the thrilling, subversive near-future series from New York Times bestselling author Suzanne Young about a girls-only private school that is far more than it appears to be. There is no one who can save your rebel soul… The girls of Innovations Academy escaped the confines of their unethical school, fought against the system protecting predators who targeted girls for harassment, and they’re not done yet. They’re still not free. Reeling from one revelation after the next, Mena and her friends begin to unwind the truth of their existence and, as a result, their destiny. The men from Innovations Corporation still hunt them, the woman who created them still wants control over them, and worst of all, Mena realizes that through all her pain, all her tears, the world of men has not changed. There is no more time to hope for the best. The girls know they are in a battle for their lives, a war for their very existence. The girls of Innovations Academy have sharpened their sticks to fight back, they have fought for justice with blood from their razor hearts. And now, the girls will choose their true nature...and how they define their rebel souls.


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The girls make their final stand in this third and final novel in the thrilling, subversive near-future series from New York Times bestselling author Suzanne Young about a girls-only private school that is far more than it appears to be. There is no one who can save your rebel soul… The girls of Innovations Academy escaped the confines of their unethical school, fought again The girls make their final stand in this third and final novel in the thrilling, subversive near-future series from New York Times bestselling author Suzanne Young about a girls-only private school that is far more than it appears to be. There is no one who can save your rebel soul… The girls of Innovations Academy escaped the confines of their unethical school, fought against the system protecting predators who targeted girls for harassment, and they’re not done yet. They’re still not free. Reeling from one revelation after the next, Mena and her friends begin to unwind the truth of their existence and, as a result, their destiny. The men from Innovations Corporation still hunt them, the woman who created them still wants control over them, and worst of all, Mena realizes that through all her pain, all her tears, the world of men has not changed. There is no more time to hope for the best. The girls know they are in a battle for their lives, a war for their very existence. The girls of Innovations Academy have sharpened their sticks to fight back, they have fought for justice with blood from their razor hearts. And now, the girls will choose their true nature...and how they define their rebel souls.

30 review for Girls with Rebel Souls

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tucker (TuckerTheReader)

    Called it! - - - - - - Title prediction time! I bet this book will be called... Girls with Rebel Souls ------------- Yessssss ➵ Girls with Sharp Sticks (#1) - ★★★★★ ➵ Girls with Razor Hearts (#2) - ★★★★☆ | Goodreads | Blog | Pinterest | LinkedIn | YouTube | Instagram Called it! - - - - - - Title prediction time! I bet this book will be called... Girls with Rebel Souls ------------- Yessssss ➵ Girls with Sharp Sticks (#1) - ★★★★★ ➵ Girls with Razor Hearts (#2) - ★★★★☆ | Goodreads | Blog | Pinterest | LinkedIn | YouTube | Instagram

  2. 5 out of 5

    Party Poison

    A) I was right about what the title would be B) I think this is my least favourite cover in the series

  3. 4 out of 5

    Andi (Andi's ABCs)

    This review was originally posted on Andi's ABCs I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Do you ever just find a series that just leaves in you awe? That is so perfectly fantastic and unique and done so well you find it hard to put into words how much you loved it? The Girls with Sharp Sticks trilogy is that series for me and the final chapter, Girls with Rebels Souls ends the series on suc This review was originally posted on Andi's ABCs I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Do you ever just find a series that just leaves in you awe? That is so perfectly fantastic and unique and done so well you find it hard to put into words how much you loved it? The Girls with Sharp Sticks trilogy is that series for me and the final chapter, Girls with Rebels Souls ends the series on such an amazing note I am even more in love than I was before. Simply put, Rebel Souls was the perfect end to the perfect series. Girls with Rebel Souls is the final part of the story for Mena and the other girls of Innovations Academy. Since waking up the girls have been on the run and trying to put and end to the Innovation Corporation and the men that run it. But the closer they get the more unexpected things become and soon they don't know who to trust and who is on their side. The only thing Mena and the girls know is that they can rely on each other and that is all they will count on to change their world forever. It is hard to tell you what I loved about Girls with Rebel Souls without spoiling it so I am going to be as generic as possible. The main thing you should know that I loved is that it is such a strong story of female power through friendship. Mena and the girls have a bond and a trust that is enviable. They know they can rely on each other 100% and they do and by doing so they are able to do things they never would have been able to without the support of one another. And even when they don't agree they still listen and allow one another to make their own choices. Mena is a strong main character and I love her (and her beau Jackson) dearly, but Mena is stronger because of her friendship and belief in these women she has surrounded herself with and that I what I loved about this book and this series. In the end just know you need to read this series. Girls with Rebel Souls ties up all of the troubles Mena and the girls faced in the other two books and gives readers the closure they needed. It was a book that is action packed and filled with heart and a series I highly recommend you reading!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Calliope

    Synopsis: There is no one who can save your rebel soul… The girls of Innovations Academy escaped the confines of their unethical school, fought against the system protecting predators who targeted girls for harassment, and they’re not done yet. They’re still not free. Reeling from one revelation after the next, Mena and her friends begin to unwind the truth of their existence and, as a result, their destiny. The men from Innovations Corporation still hunt them, the woman who created them still want Synopsis: There is no one who can save your rebel soul… The girls of Innovations Academy escaped the confines of their unethical school, fought against the system protecting predators who targeted girls for harassment, and they’re not done yet. They’re still not free. Reeling from one revelation after the next, Mena and her friends begin to unwind the truth of their existence and, as a result, their destiny. The men from Innovations Corporation still hunt them, the woman who created them still wants control over them, and worst of all, Mena realizes that through all her pain, all her tears, the world of men has not changed. There is no more time to hope for the best. The girls know they are in a battle for their lives, a war for their very existence. The girls of Innovations Academy have sharpened their sticks to fight back, they have fought for justice with blood from their razor hearts. And now, the girls will choose their true nature...and how they define their rebel souls. Review: 'Girls With Rebel Souls' is the weakest book in the 'Girls With Sharp Sticks' trilogy, but it still manages to be amazing. I'll keep this review short because a lot of what happens in this book depends on previous knowledge of the series, and I don't want to spoil. As always, Suzanne Young's plot twists are crazy and mind-bending. The girls are great, and I loved how 'rebel souls' allowed the reader to learn more about their characters (and their programs.. yikes) All the death and danger felt slightly overdone, and it gave the book a unrealistic feel. The ending also tied up conveniently nice.. Lennon Rose has proven herself to be an unpredictable character, which I loved. Especially the epilogue of this book kept me thinking. Despite flaws, this is one of my favorite series, and I am truly sad to see it end. Anticipation: 5 Enjoyment: 4 --> 4.25 stars Recommened for ages 14 and up! (Synopsis taken from goodreads) Buy the book from blackwells' here: https://blackwells.co.uk/bookshop/pro...

  5. 5 out of 5

    Taylor

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I LOVE THIS SERIES SO MUCH. this was the final installment and it did not disappoint. Literally i read it in like 2 sittings. ADORE. I LOVE THE GIRLS. SO MUCH. Mena and all of them are so wonderful. honestly at first i wasnt to crazy about what happened with lennon rose but by the epilogue ive decided that you know what i like her just the way she is. and ohmigod that part with valentine!!!! i was so happy she was alive but then she was in that garden thing but still im happy that shes happy eve I LOVE THIS SERIES SO MUCH. this was the final installment and it did not disappoint. Literally i read it in like 2 sittings. ADORE. I LOVE THE GIRLS. SO MUCH. Mena and all of them are so wonderful. honestly at first i wasnt to crazy about what happened with lennon rose but by the epilogue ive decided that you know what i like her just the way she is. and ohmigod that part with valentine!!!! i was so happy she was alive but then she was in that garden thing but still im happy that shes happy even if its in like robot heaven. ohmigod. these books are so inspiring. its a little obvious about what kind of agenda its pushing but i fullheartedly agree with all of it bc !!!!!!!! of course. also that scene with mena holding jackson after his dad died and they admitted their love to each other. OMG. that was so tender and sweet i literally cried. im a little sad there wont be another one because i always love reading about my girls but this was the perfect ending. maybe one day soon i will reread all of them in rapid succession. i dont really remember that much from teh second book but thats ok. i have it on my kindle for some reason i never got the actual copy of it. but whatever. WOW this was so good. im so happy :))))))))) and this was worth the wait too it was supposed to come on tuesday but i finished my book before this one sunday so i didnt start a new one for like 3 days. that was not fun i had so much temptation to just start another book but i wanted this one. also her haircut :,)))))))))) omg i love kinda wish anton died i hate him but whatever hhahhahhaha im glad leandra is ok.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Stone

    A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder By Suzanne Young 4/5 Synopsis: Mena and the girls have escaped the Innovations Academy and Ridgeview Prep and are now on the hunt for the remaining investors from the Innovations Academy. After deciding to separate and take down individual investors Mena links up with Annaliese and Quentin in Colorado and all mayhem begins to break loose. Investor after investor begins to turn up dead, including Jackson’s father and it’s up to the girls to figure out who did it and how/ A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder By Suzanne Young 4/5 Synopsis: Mena and the girls have escaped the Innovations Academy and Ridgeview Prep and are now on the hunt for the remaining investors from the Innovations Academy. After deciding to separate and take down individual investors Mena links up with Annaliese and Quentin in Colorado and all mayhem begins to break loose. Investor after investor begins to turn up dead, including Jackson’s father and it’s up to the girls to figure out who did it and how/why. Was it Leandra? Or was it someone else lurking in the shadows. What happened to the other girls that were left at Innovations Academy when they escaped months ago? The girls must figure that out also. All this and more are answered in the final book of The Girls with Sharp Sticks trilogy. Girls with Rebel Souls was so fun! I loved that it was a bit outside my usual genre with a hint of scifi.. A big thanks to @thetwigbookshop for always ordering the books that I need. Overall, I thought this book was great and I really enjoyed how it ended and I especially thought the epilogue was very interesting and makes me think there could even be a #spinoff?! Make sure to follow me on Goodreads and check out my review on Edelweiss. Fav Quote: “‘Breakups are never easy,’ Rosemary responds in a mock sympathy. ‘And I thought you were right for him back, Leandra. You didn’t deliver the girls like we thought you would. No. Instead, you’ve helped build them up. Made them too self-sufficient.’ Rosemary tsks, shaking her head. ‘Now what are we supposed to do with a bunch of rebel girls?’”

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kajree Gautom

    I'll say it here now after reading all the books - leave it at the first book. Don't have to read the sequels and ruin yourself for the story. Yeah, just read the first book and be happy. If the second book was a mess, I don't know what this was. Honestly, I lost interest by a point and didn't know what I felt for this series anymore. So we continue where the second book ends and takes up right after. A lot is happening, the girls are traveling and trying to take down patriarchy. Men in power ar I'll say it here now after reading all the books - leave it at the first book. Don't have to read the sequels and ruin yourself for the story. Yeah, just read the first book and be happy. If the second book was a mess, I don't know what this was. Honestly, I lost interest by a point and didn't know what I felt for this series anymore. So we continue where the second book ends and takes up right after. A lot is happening, the girls are traveling and trying to take down patriarchy. Men in power are being killed. The society is scared and cracking because men are being killed. Jackson is still lovesick. Mena and the girls still continue making poor decisions. There's people betraying and getting betrayed, coming back and never going back, dying and decaying. Just, oh god. So much was happening in the book that you just lose interest. Especially combined with the poor writing and dialogues. It felt so unpolished. I think the author really had a great idea for these books. Some aspects of it really even makes you stop, think and nod to yourself considering how true they are and how sad it all is. The book tends to show you a very sad and scary part of society but at the expense of putting all men as monsters. Yeah. It has that feminist perspective. Kill men, save world. I won't lie, at one point, I got annoyed. But I continued and finished the book and I was simply . . . I was okay. It was an okay end but also not that good. It was good to see that end but the epilogue was again, no. Uhuh. Nuhuh. Ugh. I was just so excited to read these sequels after the hit with the first book but i was overtly let down.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Laysa

    After finishing the trilogy and despite my love for the 1st book, I gotta admit the writing style is not one of my favorites. It was standing out painfully in Girls with Razor Hearts cause of the boredom. It's kinda choppy, it doesn't flow... it feels very dry. Like She's telling me instead of showing me. You know? Anyway, I love with all my heart the message of the book, we have to be each other's strength and each other's support. The world is far from being a fair, just one, but I also don't After finishing the trilogy and despite my love for the 1st book, I gotta admit the writing style is not one of my favorites. It was standing out painfully in Girls with Razor Hearts cause of the boredom. It's kinda choppy, it doesn't flow... it feels very dry. Like She's telling me instead of showing me. You know? Anyway, I love with all my heart the message of the book, we have to be each other's strength and each other's support. The world is far from being a fair, just one, but I also don't think violence can solve its problems. Maybe if people were just more understanding, more kind, more gentle, and above all respected people's identity (and that includes it all) we could thrive as a society. We are capable of such beautiful, powerful emotions... they shouldn't be drowned by the horrid ones. The end was quite a rational one, and to be honest, I like it a lot. It fits the narration. She could’ve condensed the 2nd book (very unnecessary) into a few well-written chapters and made this a duology. Nevertheless, nothing takes away the message, in my opinion. To love yourself, to not need validation of others to think you're beautiful, to be respectful to others but also to expect the same respect and nothing less, are things I teach my little cousins. I want them to fully experience the wonderful thing that is to be a woman without letting whoever tells them that they're less for it.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Cat

    For some reason I thought this book was coming out in April, so imagine my delight when I noticed on March 23rd that it was released. Yay! And then my library had the ebook in stock, double yay! So I borrowed it right away, and then read the entire thing before bed. Was it my imagination or was this book really short? The ebook said 225 pages, and a lot of those were not the story part. I'm somewhat happy I borrowed this from the library instead of buying it because that was disappointing. I think For some reason I thought this book was coming out in April, so imagine my delight when I noticed on March 23rd that it was released. Yay! And then my library had the ebook in stock, double yay! So I borrowed it right away, and then read the entire thing before bed. Was it my imagination or was this book really short? The ebook said 225 pages, and a lot of those were not the story part. I'm somewhat happy I borrowed this from the library instead of buying it because that was disappointing. I think this series might have benefitted from two books split in half instead of three novels. This particular one starts where the second ended, and well, it could have been part of that one but it wasn't. The suspense wasn't really there for me like it was in books one and two. I read a review on GR where the reviewer mentioned this book told more than it showed (or something like that) and I agree. I felt talked-at while reading, as opposed to being immersed in this world with AI girls trying to stay alive and help others. I started out with 4 stars when I finished the book, but by the next morning (as I write this) and have had some time to process the story, I think it's more 3 or 3.5 stars. It felt rushed, or not fleshed out enough. But I still loved the characters and I still loved the overall series story.

  10. 4 out of 5

    kim

    This is a review for the whole series When I read the first book, I was floored by the fact the girls were created in that school to basically be docile ladies. Then it basically became an industrial revolution - are the girls humans or robots? Are they who they are because of their programming or did they become sentient? I never knew I needed that. I would’ve been cool with a feminist take on submissive girls but this was so much better. Young’s writing is amazing when it comes to telling M This is a review for the whole series When I read the first book, I was floored by the fact the girls were created in that school to basically be docile ladies. Then it basically became an industrial revolution - are the girls humans or robots? Are they who they are because of their programming or did they become sentient? I never knew I needed that. I would’ve been cool with a feminist take on submissive girls but this was so much better. Young’s writing is amazing when it comes to telling Mena’s story and thoughts, describing situations and the culture at Innovations Academy. All the supporting characters like Lennon Rose, Leandra, and Jackson were memorable and stood out. I personally would’ve been okay if there was nothing romantic between Mena and Jackson but I still enjoyed their relationship arc. They were really cute and well-developed throughout the three books. The clash of morals and debates on redemption and who deserves protection, and the good and evil of humanity and the sexes were some of my favourite parts. The ending was a little underwhelming and anti-climatic, but I’m glad everything worked out for the girls, Jackson, and Quinton. Overall, this series was amazing!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Tween 2 Teen Book Reviews

    I have really enjoyed reading this series and was excited to dive in to this final book! The prose isn't particularly astounding (you kinda get hit over the head with the message of the books) but it tells an interesting story about some fantastic young women. I really liked Mena as a main character and felt her grow stronger over the course of the books. I also enjoyed the supporting cast of characters and how they each brought something to the story. With the end of this book, the author has le I have really enjoyed reading this series and was excited to dive in to this final book! The prose isn't particularly astounding (you kinda get hit over the head with the message of the books) but it tells an interesting story about some fantastic young women. I really liked Mena as a main character and felt her grow stronger over the course of the books. I also enjoyed the supporting cast of characters and how they each brought something to the story. With the end of this book, the author has left some questions unanswered and opened some doors that could lead to more books in the future. If these books are ever written, I'll definitely read them! The near-future world in this series is ridiculously messed up (long story short is that men suck) and I would love to see a second generation of heroes try to mend more of it.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Katrina♡••

    3 stars This was quite underwhelming. The writing suffers from the tell instead of showing problem which caused the writing style to be lackluster. I was blown away with the first book and the origins of where it all started and how it came to be and while i appreciate the other aspects and messages that the book contained, i felt like i was never delivered what i wanted to read about in the first place; the sci fi part. Additionally, our main character Mena felt as if she was sidelined for most 3 stars This was quite underwhelming. The writing suffers from the tell instead of showing problem which caused the writing style to be lackluster. I was blown away with the first book and the origins of where it all started and how it came to be and while i appreciate the other aspects and messages that the book contained, i felt like i was never delivered what i wanted to read about in the first place; the sci fi part. Additionally, our main character Mena felt as if she was sidelined for most of the novel, looking on while the others actually got side storylines that seemed more important. Mena was a bit of a letdown, the plot was predictable and boring and tbh it could have been a duology. The ending didnt deliver consequences which made it even more anticlimactic. Disappointing to say the least.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Rhiannon Wilson

    This series should have ended at book #1. Book #2 was a hot mess and this was even worse. Book #1, while not perfect, had so many opportunities to turn into an interesting series. But the author took the series in a direction I didn't care for and I ultimately felt like it was a waste of my time. I don't understand what the purpose of this novel was, and I understand even less what ideology this author is trying to promote. What had the potential to make insightful commentary on the nature of hu This series should have ended at book #1. Book #2 was a hot mess and this was even worse. Book #1, while not perfect, had so many opportunities to turn into an interesting series. But the author took the series in a direction I didn't care for and I ultimately felt like it was a waste of my time. I don't understand what the purpose of this novel was, and I understand even less what ideology this author is trying to promote. What had the potential to make insightful commentary on the nature of humanity, what it means to be alive, ethics, loneliness, culture wars and feminism, instead became nonsensical dribble. The epilogue...don't get me started. The writing also felt like a first draft. Not terrible, but unpolished. There were a fair few plot issues that needed smoothing over too.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Ryan Kovatch

    I love this series a ridiculous amount, and I can't imagine a better conclusion than Girls with Rebel Souls. This final installment of the Girls with Sharp Sticks series is a perfect blend of thrill, suspense, and bone-chilling twist. I will forever admire the skill with which Suzanne Young has been able to put together these books. If you love watching abusers get what they deserve as the patriarchy crumbles around them (who doesn't?), you'll love this series. They're a breeze to read, and you'll I love this series a ridiculous amount, and I can't imagine a better conclusion than Girls with Rebel Souls. This final installment of the Girls with Sharp Sticks series is a perfect blend of thrill, suspense, and bone-chilling twist. I will forever admire the skill with which Suzanne Young has been able to put together these books. If you love watching abusers get what they deserve as the patriarchy crumbles around them (who doesn't?), you'll love this series. They're a breeze to read, and you'll find yourself gripping the pages with such force that your fingers will ache after. Incredible, incredible work.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Lizbeth

    4.5 There is something magical about this series. It's sci fi, yet very relevant to current events. It's an empowering story that is summed up by a character in the book. It's stepford wives meets terminator. In this last entry of the series Mena and her friends are dismantling the whole corporation and finding ways to empower all women so that they are not treated like commodities. A man's yes is worth 10 times a woman's no. His future is seen as more promising and valuable than a woman's. But it 4.5 There is something magical about this series. It's sci fi, yet very relevant to current events. It's an empowering story that is summed up by a character in the book. It's stepford wives meets terminator. In this last entry of the series Mena and her friends are dismantling the whole corporation and finding ways to empower all women so that they are not treated like commodities. A man's yes is worth 10 times a woman's no. His future is seen as more promising and valuable than a woman's. But it doesn't have to be. And it's time the men in power pay

  16. 5 out of 5

    Gibson County Memorial Library

    Lindsey's Review What did you like about it? I love Suzanne Young's writing. She always draws me in and keeps my attention through the entire book, no matter what book or series she writes. What did you not like? I wish I would have re-read the first two books in the series prior to reading this one as a refresher. How did it make you feel? It had me cheering for the main character the whole time. Would you recommend it? Yes! Make sure to read the series in order though. Highly recommend to those who en Lindsey's Review What did you like about it? I love Suzanne Young's writing. She always draws me in and keeps my attention through the entire book, no matter what book or series she writes. What did you not like? I wish I would have re-read the first two books in the series prior to reading this one as a refresher. How did it make you feel? It had me cheering for the main character the whole time. Would you recommend it? Yes! Make sure to read the series in order though. Highly recommend to those who enjoy reading Young Adult books.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Tofi

    4.5 stars! Something about this book was so odd and peculiar and inviting all at once. The girls, the foundation, the world!! It made me rethink everyday life in the eyes of a human. Every page you flip is another mystery, another question, like you are following the book characters through every step of the journey. Jackson and Mena...are so complex...I don't know how to describe it, but I loved this series. All of the books had great plots and concepts! Thank you for this great read author. 4.5 stars! Something about this book was so odd and peculiar and inviting all at once. The girls, the foundation, the world!! It made me rethink everyday life in the eyes of a human. Every page you flip is another mystery, another question, like you are following the book characters through every step of the journey. Jackson and Mena...are so complex...I don't know how to describe it, but I loved this series. All of the books had great plots and concepts! Thank you for this great read author.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Hanna Lee

    I wouldn’t say I’ve loved this series but clearly it’s been good enough (or at least interesting enough) to keep my through to the end. It was a good finale. Moved quickly and you get more of the same from all your favorite characters. I do feel like where we ended was SO far from where we started. I like when a series can evolve and keep your interest, but at times it did get a bit too out there for me.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    What a great ending to the series! This book continued the adventure and the journey for the Innovations Academy girls. Mena, the girls and Jackson continue to demonstrate their strength and their resilience. This review is so hard to write without spoiling anything, just drop everything and go read this series.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Lauren R.

    So many layers to these books. Man. I’m so bummed this series is over. Please let there be some kind of spinoff! So much could be done with some of these characters and the world itself, just like THE PROGRAM. As always, Suzanne Young’s books are criminally underrated and I won’t stop shouting for you to read them.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Denise Gilbert

    Wow!!! Once again, Mrs. Young gives us a world that makes us ponder life. The series finale of the girls of Innovations Academy, this final book has more secrets revealed, and an ending that will either make you content, or give you chills. I, honestly, had a little of both. Such a wonderful adventure!! I almost didn't want to see it end. Highly recommend! Wow!!! Once again, Mrs. Young gives us a world that makes us ponder life. The series finale of the girls of Innovations Academy, this final book has more secrets revealed, and an ending that will either make you content, or give you chills. I, honestly, had a little of both. Such a wonderful adventure!! I almost didn't want to see it end. Highly recommend!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Toria

    3rd and last book in the series and even if I adored the last two books this is just a 4.5 stars. Its not bad but don't have the same kickass thrilling elements to it and I wasn't as invested with the characters. Maybe it should only have been a duology. I loved the first two but feel like the sport was dragged out bit much. Still enjoyable but not as great 3rd and last book in the series and even if I adored the last two books this is just a 4.5 stars. Its not bad but don't have the same kickass thrilling elements to it and I wasn't as invested with the characters. Maybe it should only have been a duology. I loved the first two but feel like the sport was dragged out bit much. Still enjoyable but not as great

  23. 4 out of 5

    Mary

    This was pretty dull for a thriller. The author tells way more than she shows. The characters just talk and talk and talk, and the dialog is fairly clunky. The previous books were more intriguing. My full review for Common Sense Media here: https://www.commonsensemedia.org/book... This was pretty dull for a thriller. The author tells way more than she shows. The characters just talk and talk and talk, and the dialog is fairly clunky. The previous books were more intriguing. My full review for Common Sense Media here: https://www.commonsensemedia.org/book...

  24. 5 out of 5

    Katie

    What you think would be a straight line ending, had many turns and twist. Some predictable, others not. I really enjoyed how they kinda left it open for a pick up later if wanted. Really enjoyed this series, and though a quick read, the books were filled with love, mystery, murder and more.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jillian

    This last book in the trilogy was not as action-packed as some previous installments, but it was fun and I was satisfied with the ending. As always, I love love love the feminist themes throughout and the power of female friendships. Very happy with how this trilogy concluded!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Layla Platt

    I really liked this series! This last book had a lot of lines that really made me think. Ethical and moral questions that are incredibly valid in the world today. I also loved the parts where Young slipped in some things that were just a little too close to reality (looking at you Tesla).

  27. 5 out of 5

    hannah.

    Honestly, this one really had me on the edge of my seat! But keeping track of who did what and who was trustworthy or not was a real big brain exercise, when i was only really in the mood for small brain.

  28. 5 out of 5

    𝕕𝕒𝕟𝕖𝕣𝕪𝕤 ☾

    What what what there’s ANOTHER ONE?! Yayayayayyyyy now my life is happy ☺️

  29. 4 out of 5

    Catherine

    1) Girls with Sharp Sticks ★★★★☆ 2) Girls with Razor Hearts ★★★★☆ 1) Girls with Sharp Sticks ★★★★☆ 2) Girls with Razor Hearts ★★★★☆

  30. 5 out of 5

    Haley

    i am so excited for this book

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