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Dorothy finds herself completely alone. Roman is dead. The Chronology Protection Agency wants nothing to do with her. The Black Cirkus no longer trusts her. And Ash… Ash is gone. Dorothy has seen the evidence with her own eyes—she knows that she was the one who killed Ash. But she still has no idea how, when, or—most important—why. But the discovery of several missing pages Dorothy finds herself completely alone. Roman is dead. The Chronology Protection Agency wants nothing to do with her. The Black Cirkus no longer trusts her. And Ash… Ash is gone. Dorothy has seen the evidence with her own eyes—she knows that she was the one who killed Ash. But she still has no idea how, when, or—most important—why. But the discovery of several missing pages from the Professor’s journal drives a narrow sliver of hope into her heart. Without a ship, it should be impossible for Dorothy to travel through time. But for Ash, Dorothy will do anything to not only create the present that will protect Ash—but also to save what’s left of their ruined world. The satisfying conclusion to Danielle Rollins’s Dark Stars series brings new meaning to the idea that “love is timeless.”


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Dorothy finds herself completely alone. Roman is dead. The Chronology Protection Agency wants nothing to do with her. The Black Cirkus no longer trusts her. And Ash… Ash is gone. Dorothy has seen the evidence with her own eyes—she knows that she was the one who killed Ash. But she still has no idea how, when, or—most important—why. But the discovery of several missing pages Dorothy finds herself completely alone. Roman is dead. The Chronology Protection Agency wants nothing to do with her. The Black Cirkus no longer trusts her. And Ash… Ash is gone. Dorothy has seen the evidence with her own eyes—she knows that she was the one who killed Ash. But she still has no idea how, when, or—most important—why. But the discovery of several missing pages from the Professor’s journal drives a narrow sliver of hope into her heart. Without a ship, it should be impossible for Dorothy to travel through time. But for Ash, Dorothy will do anything to not only create the present that will protect Ash—but also to save what’s left of their ruined world. The satisfying conclusion to Danielle Rollins’s Dark Stars series brings new meaning to the idea that “love is timeless.”

30 review for Dark Stars

  1. 4 out of 5

    April

    i don't think i have ever said this about a book series before but i genuinely wish this were longer, i needed more time with my babies😭😭😭 i don't think i have ever said this about a book series before but i genuinely wish this were longer, i needed more time with my babies😭😭😭

  2. 4 out of 5

    Claudia Decada

    "She was Dorothy Densmore, con artist. But she was also Quinn Fox, assassin, cannibal, time traveler. She was a monster. But she could be a hero, too." Dorothy, ahora, totalmente sola, debe de encontrar una manera de ayudar a las demás personas de un posible fin. Esta línea es lo único que uno puede decir sin contar algún spoiler y es que este libro es una montaña rusa de emociones. Después del confuso final del segundo libro, sabía que este me iba a sorprender, y lo hizo. Porque los viajes en el ti "She was Dorothy Densmore, con artist. But she was also Quinn Fox, assassin, cannibal, time traveler. She was a monster. But she could be a hero, too." Dorothy, ahora, totalmente sola, debe de encontrar una manera de ayudar a las demás personas de un posible fin. Esta línea es lo único que uno puede decir sin contar algún spoiler y es que este libro es una montaña rusa de emociones. Después del confuso final del segundo libro, sabía que este me iba a sorprender, y lo hizo. Porque los viajes en el tiempo no se deben de tomar a la ligera, ya que cualquier minúsculo cambio puede llegar a afectar todo y Dorothy esta consiente de eso. Adore esta trilogía y como explican las conexiones de los anteriores libros con esto, me quede sin palabras. No es algo que se pueda predecir o el saber quienes están detrás de ciertos eventos o el por qué tuvieron que hacerlo para que se cumpliera otros. La escritura de la autora te deja enganchada hasta terminar y querer leer otro libro suyo, en especial con más historias de estos personajes porque admitiré que sigo teniendo esperanzas que saqué una pequeña historia sobre que es lo que pasa a continuación porque el final si bien te deja satisfecho en sobre como se cierran los problemas (de la manera menos inesperada), quería que agreguen uno o dos capítulos extras contando sobre que es lo que pasó.

  3. 4 out of 5

    tia

    I need more, more, more

  4. 5 out of 5

    Genevieve

    I loved reading up until the ending! I want moreeeee Ash and Dorothy! :)

  5. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. A frustrating end to a frustrating series. 80% of this book is made up of replaying scenes we've already read from a different POV (boring and unnecessary - it added nothing to the story) and slowly going through the motions of explaining obvious plot points that have been telegraphed from very early on, (the professor is alive, Dorothy didn't actually kill Ash, etc, etc.) But in the end, the stakes seem so small. They prevented the extinction level event earthquakes from happening in the future A frustrating end to a frustrating series. 80% of this book is made up of replaying scenes we've already read from a different POV (boring and unnecessary - it added nothing to the story) and slowly going through the motions of explaining obvious plot points that have been telegraphed from very early on, (the professor is alive, Dorothy didn't actually kill Ash, etc, etc.) But in the end, the stakes seem so small. They prevented the extinction level event earthquakes from happening in the future by ending time travel, but they did nothing to fix the past or present. Millions of people are still dead because of them, and the west coast is still a postapocalyptic hellscape, so it's not exactly a happy ending. Oh, and that immature backstabbing little weasel Roman isn't actually dead, so the one thing I liked about book 2 was undone in book 3. Great. There is a logical fallacy at the core of the series that never made sense. I kept waiting for it to be explained as the key to saving everything, but in the end I think it was just a lazy plot hole. In the first book, Dorothy has a prememory and when she sees it start to happen, she changes it by cutting off what Roman was going to say, making the conversation go differently. So if she can change a prememory, why is everyone so convinced that Ash can't change his? And why does Dorothy think she needs to stab him so they can both go back through time together? She has a freaking TIME MACHINE! Idiot. Really, this whole series should have been one book. 90% of their problems are caused by not communicating, which is just lazy writing. If the characters had just talked to each other, most of the conflict would have been solved or avoided completely. Ash could have explained why he seemingly rejected Dorothy instead of setting her on a path to become an evil gang leader (albeit, a weak, terrible one.) And several people figured out time travel caused the earthquakes - why don't they ever try to spread that around?! At the very least, Ash should have told Dorothy. And the professor said he stayed back in time because he didn't want to risk taking even one more trip through the anil because each trip caused damage....but what did he think was going to happen back in the future? Ash was making trips for a whole year to look for him, which he should have figured would happen. Did he not consider the impact all that travel would have?? So many plot holes. This book dragged on for way too long, given how little happened. Yet it didn't spend time on the things I actually wanted to see, like character growth and to see Dorothy turn into a person who could be worthy of Ash. I wish there had been more romance in the series as a whole. The romance was very flimsy and instalovey, and the two of them only have brief interactions in the last two books. So disappointing. I'll admit, the books are engaging - I was sucked in to the story and breezed through all 3 books pretty quickly, but after the end of the first book, I was hate-reading because everything that happened made me mad. Not a very enjoyable experience.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Elisha Jachetti

    DARK STARS by Danielle Rollins is the third book in her series of the same name. It begins with Dorothy needing to figure out how and why Ash’s death vision came to be and what her role was in it. Armed with new knowledge from the professor and her own time travel machine, Dorothy goes back in time once again to the events leading up to Mac’s takeover. She knows that she can’t change the past, but perhaps she’ll be able to stop the ominous future. The one where New Seattle no longer exists. TWIST DARK STARS by Danielle Rollins is the third book in her series of the same name. It begins with Dorothy needing to figure out how and why Ash’s death vision came to be and what her role was in it. Armed with new knowledge from the professor and her own time travel machine, Dorothy goes back in time once again to the events leading up to Mac’s takeover. She knows that she can’t change the past, but perhaps she’ll be able to stop the ominous future. The one where New Seattle no longer exists. TWISTED FATES, the second book in the series, is a really strong set up for a lot of the plot threads in this finale. Some of them require suspension of disbelief that I was hoping would be clarified in this final novel—but they weren’t. That being said, the series overall is so entertaining that I’m pretty forgiving on this point. I also really care about the characters, particularly Dorothy, Ash, Roman, and the professor. Rollins does a great job at making us root for their successes, as well as dropping them in dire situations and letting them find their way out of them. She also excels at placing the reader in the scene. Her descriptions and ability to build mood and tone are both tangible and fascinating. This novel is split into five different sections, each one dealing with a specific task in Dorothy’s journey. Because of this, the pacing of this book feels a bit slow as there are arcs culminating in different parts. As a result, it seems like the story is ending multiple times, but then it revs into something else. Yet, somehow, it doesn’t all culminate in a satisfying way. I still have so many questions and believe there is plenty of space for a fourth book. I want to see Ash and Dorothy come together and acknowledge their feelings for one another—not through a third party, know what happens with Mac after the confrontation, see if the time travelers ever go back from the future, and more. That being said, if you’re looking for a fun and gritty time travel series, DARK STARS is a great one to add to your TBR list. It’s full of surprising twists and turns that will keep you guessing what’s next. Review originally posted on YA Books Central: https://www.yabookscentral.com/yafict...

  7. 4 out of 5

    Zaneta I'm Fully Booked

    I know the opinions on this book are mixed. I'll agree with one thing, and one thing only - the book could've been longer. I wish we got to spend more time with Chandra and Willis, because I loved both of them, but I guess they weren't at all at the forefront of the story. Dorothy remains one of my favourite characters. I loved how much she develops throughout the story. In this book we see a mix of the girl she used to be and her new persona, Quinn Fox. She's incredibly headstrong and she prove I know the opinions on this book are mixed. I'll agree with one thing, and one thing only - the book could've been longer. I wish we got to spend more time with Chandra and Willis, because I loved both of them, but I guess they weren't at all at the forefront of the story. Dorothy remains one of my favourite characters. I loved how much she develops throughout the story. In this book we see a mix of the girl she used to be and her new persona, Quinn Fox. She's incredibly headstrong and she proves it by going against the impossible, and changing the future, which is supposedly already written, due to prememories. Although a big part of the book shows us many of the same events through other perspectives, it's by no means boring. After all, this is a book about time travel. We get to piece it all together bit by bit and it's very satisfying. The Professor's entries added so much technical info, without feeling like we were spoonfed the laws and ins and outs of time travel, and they corresponded really well with what was happening in the other chapters. And that ending! This series was pitched as a romance and I think that could be disappointing for people, because as much as there is romance in it, it really revolves around other things, and the romance is not the main focus of the story. That absolutely worked for me, I even preferred it, to be quite honest. This is definitely one of my favourite series I've read in a while.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Rajasree Jayaram

    The book was rather underwhelming, which is a disappointment after having waited for a whole year for the final installment in the trilogy. It's partially my fault as I only vaguely remember the events of the first 2 books, however, I felt that many things are glossed over without any real explanation - the Professor's final prototype, for one. I liked how the stabbing scene actually plays out, but it makes me wonder something (view spoiler)[- prememories are supposed to be memories of impending The book was rather underwhelming, which is a disappointment after having waited for a whole year for the final installment in the trilogy. It's partially my fault as I only vaguely remember the events of the first 2 books, however, I felt that many things are glossed over without any real explanation - the Professor's final prototype, for one. I liked how the stabbing scene actually plays out, but it makes me wonder something (view spoiler)[- prememories are supposed to be memories of impending death, right? Or just significant moments in your future life? (hide spoiler)] Regardless, this was certainly an interesting concept and trilogy and I enjoyed spending time with Dorothy, Ash and the rest of the gang.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Sajadi

    More like five million stars. Wow. Wow. Wow. My whole heart. I was so nervous to read this book, convinced that after the events of book two it couldn’t possibly end well. I do not regret reading this book. I loved it. I love Roman and Ash more than I thought I could, and I’m so happy it’s impossible to describe. More people need to read this book. Preferably NOW

  10. 5 out of 5

    April

    I must go back and start the series from the beginning. I didn't realize when my library recommended it that it was the #3 book in the series. So I ended it and will try and start them from the beginning. These are not really books you can read out of order as I was completely lost. I must go back and start the series from the beginning. I didn't realize when my library recommended it that it was the #3 book in the series. So I ended it and will try and start them from the beginning. These are not really books you can read out of order as I was completely lost.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Lorelei Popham

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. OMG! Amazing! So, Dorothy’s mother coming back into the story was the part of the book that got me. U LOVED IT. Although I did kind of see it coming. I hoped so bad that Regan Rose was her mom and IT WAS! AHHHHHH! I love how it played out!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

    A really fun ending to the trilogy! This one answers a lot of questions and has a satisfying ending.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Ankita Malakar

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. To say I'm disappointed would be a huge understatement. To say I'm disappointed would be a huge understatement.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Caroline

    Pretty satisfying end. I wish it had more details at the end though. Lots of build up and then bam ending

  15. 4 out of 5

    Audra Kinnard

    I thought ending was rather abrupt. There weren't many scenes with just Dorothy and Ash and many things were left unexplained. It seems like the author rushed the ending. I would've enjoyed a more thought out ending. I thought ending was rather abrupt. There weren't many scenes with just Dorothy and Ash and many things were left unexplained. It seems like the author rushed the ending. I would've enjoyed a more thought out ending.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

  17. 4 out of 5

    Tash

  18. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

  19. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kim

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jaycee

  22. 4 out of 5

    Sas

  23. 5 out of 5

    Matte ,Christine

  24. 4 out of 5

    Darby

  25. 4 out of 5

    Leah

  26. 4 out of 5

    Bookworm Sofia

  27. 4 out of 5

    M Goggin

  28. 5 out of 5

    Nikki

  29. 5 out of 5

    Lira

  30. 4 out of 5

    Tish

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