Girl Takes Up Her Sword High school graduation was never so dangerous as it turns out to be for Emily Kane Defending herself against foreign agents is one thing but when the threat comes from within Emily s own family the v

  • Title: Girl Takes Up Her Sword
  • Author: JacquesAntoine
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • High school graduation was never so dangerous as it turns out to be for Emily Kane Defending herself against foreign agents is one thing, but when the threat comes from within Emily s own family the violence rises to a new level, and the need to reconcile herself with her inner demons has never been so urgent.

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    1. Awesome readThis is a wonderful series. I can't seem to stop reading. It's rare I will buy a series so you can see how much I love them.

    2. Girl Takes up Her Sword is book 3 of The Emily Kane Adventures and I honestly think it's the best yet. Emily has found her confidence and though she's still trying to give the occasional kick against Granny's fate she has largely accepted her place in the cosmos. And oh, what a place it is!Emily is a strong, independent, self-assured heroine. So often in YA fiction authors present mixed messages on this front. A girl might have mad skills or some super power, but she doesn't have the heart to re [...]

    3. Another solid entry in a series I'm very much enjoying. It's not as good as the first book, but probably a bit better than the second. Enough to get back up to that 5th star, I think. (The second went a little too high on the Improbability scale for my tastes.)Emily's depth of character is continuing to develop as the books progress, which is a rare thing to find in a series. Old problems are solved, new ones arise, and Emily's philosophical nature continues to be a source of interest.I'd advise [...]

    4. I enjoyed parts of this book that follow Emily’s story but I wasn’t so happy with all the flashback snippets. It is probably just me, but I don’t often like books that have constant flashbacks, especially those where every other chapter reverts back to a story that happened many years ago and whatever contribution it makes to the present story could have been done in a few pages. It just seems a very clumsy way of telling a story.Emily continues to develop into a ‘kickass’ heroine and [...]

    5. On my third or fourth readI'm rereading the series again in preparation for reading #7 for the first time. It (this book AND the series) continues to appeal to me. Note that a 4 star rating from me is very high. I doubt that I have given 5 stars to 40 books out of the roughly 50,000 that I have read in my lifetime.

    6. Still awesome!I have flown through books one and two not stopping until I finished book three. It is 11 pm and I should go to bed but I've decided to start book four instead.

    7. Evil 2nd cousin.Now that she has begun using a sword, things are getting more gory.A lot more mysticism in this one.

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