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Half a year has passed since the Remno revolution ended. Spring has rolled around again, bringing with it what Mia considers to be one of the most important occasions of the year — spring break. Freed from the duties of school and station, she’s ready to seize the day! By which she means, of course, do absolutely nothing productive and lounge around in bed all day. Her indo Half a year has passed since the Remno revolution ended. Spring has rolled around again, bringing with it what Mia considers to be one of the most important occasions of the year — spring break. Freed from the duties of school and station, she’s ready to seize the day! By which she means, of course, do absolutely nothing productive and lounge around in bed all day. Her indolent plans are cut short, however, when her own granddaughter, Bel, is whisked backwards through time and deposited in front of her. Just when she thought she was finally done with worrying about the guillotine, she learns of the grisly future awaiting her, in which a war of succession rends the empire in two. Mia herself has been killed by poison, and Bel narrowly avoided execution by leaping through time. As if that wasn’t enough, she discovers that this terrible chain of events can be traced back to Rafina’s tragic transformation into a dictator. Altering the course of history will, of all things, require her to defeat Rafina in the upcoming election for student council president! Underprepared, polling abysmally, and trailed by a granddaughter who inherited all her, erm, Mia-est bits, she once again finds herself at a historical turning point... without the faintest clue of what she's supposed to do!


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Half a year has passed since the Remno revolution ended. Spring has rolled around again, bringing with it what Mia considers to be one of the most important occasions of the year — spring break. Freed from the duties of school and station, she’s ready to seize the day! By which she means, of course, do absolutely nothing productive and lounge around in bed all day. Her indo Half a year has passed since the Remno revolution ended. Spring has rolled around again, bringing with it what Mia considers to be one of the most important occasions of the year — spring break. Freed from the duties of school and station, she’s ready to seize the day! By which she means, of course, do absolutely nothing productive and lounge around in bed all day. Her indolent plans are cut short, however, when her own granddaughter, Bel, is whisked backwards through time and deposited in front of her. Just when she thought she was finally done with worrying about the guillotine, she learns of the grisly future awaiting her, in which a war of succession rends the empire in two. Mia herself has been killed by poison, and Bel narrowly avoided execution by leaping through time. As if that wasn’t enough, she discovers that this terrible chain of events can be traced back to Rafina’s tragic transformation into a dictator. Altering the course of history will, of all things, require her to defeat Rafina in the upcoming election for student council president! Underprepared, polling abysmally, and trailed by a granddaughter who inherited all her, erm, Mia-est bits, she once again finds herself at a historical turning point... without the faintest clue of what she's supposed to do!

30 review for Tearmoon Empire: Volume 3

  1. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    The authorial snark is on point in this volume, which is much closer to the fun of the first book. The fact that everyone is seeing Mia through their own assumptions instead of for who she is is both very funny and quite possibly the most realistic part of a fantasy novel about redoing doomed lives. Bel is largely there just for window-dressing (the exception being the story about Dion at the end), but it's looking like that'll change in the next book. The authorial snark is on point in this volume, which is much closer to the fun of the first book. The fact that everyone is seeing Mia through their own assumptions instead of for who she is is both very funny and quite possibly the most realistic part of a fantasy novel about redoing doomed lives. Bel is largely there just for window-dressing (the exception being the story about Dion at the end), but it's looking like that'll change in the next book.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Abi

    This was a great volume, and it took the series in several very interesting directions. I'm really curious to see how the world expands and thing shift due to (view spoiler)[Miabel, general alternate timelines, etc. I really want to see Mia become the Empress, although it'll be a while yet. I will 100% stick around until the end! (hide spoiler)] This volume was very funny, with well done character development and interesting plot developments. There were also a couple of great flashbacks to alte This was a great volume, and it took the series in several very interesting directions. I'm really curious to see how the world expands and thing shift due to (view spoiler)[Miabel, general alternate timelines, etc. I really want to see Mia become the Empress, although it'll be a while yet. I will 100% stick around until the end! (hide spoiler)] This volume was very funny, with well done character development and interesting plot developments. There were also a couple of great flashbacks to alternate timelines in between the events of main plot. I always appreciate the poignancy those add to the story! At any rate, I greatly enjoyed this volume and would definitely recommend it if you at all enjoyed the first two. 5 stars!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Daryl Purawijaya

    Like the calm before the storm As like previous volumes, this is a story filled with extreme case of misunderstandings in a very good and comical way possible. It is quite clear that the author try to start another world building that is quite separate to the previous books, which is quite vanilla compared to the previous arc. This whole volume might feels a bit like a filler story but you know something big is coming. Most of the names are gathered and really looking forward to the next part!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jay Paparella

    This series is really good. 3 very good books into this series, and I'm bummed because the 4th book is 3 and a half months away! The introduction of Bel to the stories was a good idea. I only wonder if she's going to have to back go get original timeline at some point, or if she's here to stay? This series is really good. 3 very good books into this series, and I'm bummed because the 4th book is 3 and a half months away! The introduction of Bel to the stories was a good idea. I only wonder if she's going to have to back go get original timeline at some point, or if she's here to stay?

  5. 4 out of 5

    Live

    What can I say about Volume 3 that I haven't said about the previous Volumes? The characters we already know and love continue to be endearing and the misunderstandings continue to be ridiculous but PERFECT in their execution. Every character that is added to the plot or developed from side character to slightly more important prove to be just what the story needed, as they have in the previous updates. Volume 3 never fails to deliver what the reader wants (wants gained from the expectations of What can I say about Volume 3 that I haven't said about the previous Volumes? The characters we already know and love continue to be endearing and the misunderstandings continue to be ridiculous but PERFECT in their execution. Every character that is added to the plot or developed from side character to slightly more important prove to be just what the story needed, as they have in the previous updates. Volume 3 never fails to deliver what the reader wants (wants gained from the expectations of previous volumes). The writing is great, masterfully funny and sad when the situation calls for it. And yet, even though this Volume does everything the previous Volumes did, I'd go so far as to say it's better than the previous ones. For example I LOVE how the relationships between characters are progressing. You'd think with all the misunderstandings surrounding Mia that the relationships wouldn't progress in a positive way, but they DO and it's UNDERSTANDABLE! For example Anne discovering Mia's not good at studying and instead of Mia's loyal maid/best friend doubting her, she works hard to help Mia improve. Or Sion thinking Mia is gullible, but not letting that overshadow her accomplishments and thinking it's sweet that Mia is not as perfect as he thinks her to be (of course, we as the reader know she isn't perfect at all, but that's not here nor there). I think Volume 3 continues to do everything the previous Volumes did great, but also adds more to the story. This world Mia lives in is expanding and so is her social circles and the amount of people she has to reluctantly/unknowingly save. I can't wait for the next Volume and hope we get more relationship and plot progress as we did in this Volume. P.S. I think Mia-syndrome might be contagious. I read that Mia goes to bed at 8 and my first thought was: WHAT A ROLE MODEL!

  6. 4 out of 5

    cemre

  7. 4 out of 5

    Todd

  8. 5 out of 5

    Wendy

  9. 4 out of 5

    John Green

  10. 5 out of 5

    Luis

  11. 4 out of 5

    Kino

  12. 4 out of 5

    Matthew Dainton

  13. 4 out of 5

    Brett

  14. 4 out of 5

    Michael

  15. 4 out of 5

    Cayden Dagnall

  16. 4 out of 5

    Daniel

  17. 4 out of 5

    Cat T.

  18. 4 out of 5

    tom whitmore

  19. 5 out of 5

    Andrei Sima

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kheldar

  21. 4 out of 5

    Abz

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jukka Kelanne

  23. 4 out of 5

    Bryan Mercer

  24. 4 out of 5

    Atmh

  25. 5 out of 5

    Mike

  26. 5 out of 5

    Bouyoul

  27. 4 out of 5

    Brant Groman

  28. 5 out of 5

    Sergey Nikolaev

  29. 4 out of 5

    Juan Carlos

  30. 5 out of 5

    Angus

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