Misrule Valentine #3 (Pdf) AUTHOR Jodi McAlister

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Misrule Valentine #3

Coming to get him and she's not going to let anyone in her wayBut will Finn want to be saved And should she have listened to all those people who told her he wasn't worth saving. Okay this was going to be 5 stars Hands down Butthere s gonna be a fourth book right Or a novella Because of not that was one of the worst endings with absolutely no explanation of the most important uestions of the books I ve ever read Man this really sucks What s the point of being left with a cliff hanger if you know there ll never be instalments to the seriesJODI I NEED ANSWERS Burning Attraction right Or a novella Because of not that was one of the worst endings with absolutely no explanation of the most important uestions of the books I ve ever The Numbers Game read Man this Tall man riding. really sucks What s the point of being left with a cliff hanger if you know there ll never be instalments to the seriesJODI I NEED ANSWERS

summary Misrule Valentine #3

The third thrilling book in Jodi McAlister’s page turning Valentine series Things that happen sometimes when your boyfriend is a magical fairy prince he gets kidnapped by his. I always fly through Jodi McAlister s books The whole Valentine series is playful and magical easy reads that I devour in hours or days Misrule is no different I missed Finn a bit in this one but I was excited as I progressed through the story to realise that we were not coming to the end of a trilogy as I had always assumed there will be Finn and Pearl Like the first two I love the Australian ness of this book I love the real ness of a teenage girl in an Aussie summer dealing with psychotic fairies the ever present grossness of sweat while trying to be awesome the realities of speed cameras when you re rushing to the scene of a magical occurrence the reminder that while the Indigenous character can be an excellent departure from the stereotype other characters in this story world will still assume the

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Older brother and whisked away to fulfil his destiny in their magical fairy kingdomBut Pearl Linford is not having that It’s time for a rescue mission Pearl told Finn she was. There s no one who can magic me out of this I m completely and utterly on my own Pearl Linford is alone Now that Finn has been taken by the Seelie she doesn t know who to trust or who is actually after her For beings that can t lie it sure is tricky to tell when a fairy is actually telling the truth But with the help of her human friends she is determined to find a way to get Finn back And with a strange fairy holiday called Misrule almost upon them they need to act fast before the doors to Finn close forever That is how you finish a trilogy Oh my gosh I devoured this in 24 hours because I was determined to have the whole series in my July wrap up and what a wild 24 hours I ve had Misrule was action packed and scary and mysterious and I loved it so so much Jodi McAlister welcome to the ranks of my favo


About the Author: Jodi McAlister

Jodi is the author of the Valentine series a young adult paranormal romanceurban fantasy series about smart girls small towns and scary fairies There are three books in the series available Valentine 2017 Ironheart 2018 and Misrule 2019 all published by Penguin Teen Australia If Picnic at Hanging Rock meets Holly Black sounds like something you’d be into these are the books for youJodi is originally from Kiama a seaside holiday town on the south coast of New South Wales and has lived in a bunch of different cities Canberra where she did her undergrad degrees Wollongong where she lived while she did her PhD in Sydney and Hobart where she held her first academic job among them Currently she lives in Melbourne where she works as a Lecturer in Writing and Literature at Deakin UniversityWhen she’s not writing about clever girls and cunning fairies Jodi is an academic Her research focuses on representations of love in popular culture and fiction It means that reading romance novels and watching and let’s be real writing huge amounts about The Bachelorette is technically work for her You can find Jodi on Twitter at JodiMcA where she tweets regularly about her research her writing cool things she finds interesting her hero worship of Kate Bush and her slightly too intense passion for The Bold and the BeautifulShe’s not joking about that last one In 2015 she got invited to visit the set of The Bold and the Beautiful and it was the best thing that has ever happened to her in her entire life



10 thoughts on “Misrule Valentine #3

  1. says:

    Action drama friendship teens working together to problem solve and oh yes TOTAL FAIRY SPLATTERPUNK GOREFESTThis series is not for the faint hearted If your heart still clings to the idea that fairies might be sweet and adorable creatures this book will murder your heart dead

  2. says:

    WRECKED

  3. says:

    I always fly through Jodi McAlister's books The whole Valentine series is playful and magical easy reads that I devour in hours or days Misrule is no different I missed Finn a bit in this one but I was excited as I progressed through the story to realise that we were not coming to the end of a trilogy as I had always assumed there will be Finn and Pearl Like the first two I love the Australian ness of this bo

  4. says:

    There's no one who can magic me out of this I'm completely and utterly on my own Pearl Linford is alone Now that Finn has been taken by the Seelie she doesn't know who to trust or who is actually after her For beings that can't lie it sure is tricky to tell when a fairy is actually telling the truth But with the help of her human friends she is determined to find a way to get Finn back And with a strange fairy holiday

  5. says:

    I am still not really sure how to feel about this book especially as it is the final book in the Valentine trilogy I was super excited going into the book but then life got in the way so I put it down to do other things and read other books In December I finally decided to solely read 'Misrule' so that I could finish it before the end of the year but I sadly did not love it Maybe it is because Finn was not in it as much and he i

  6. says:

    Ummm Just like WOWI feel like we just went from a steady 60 km per hour with Ironheart and jumped to like a solid 500 km with misrule I think the faeries where inspired by Oprah's famous giveaways except instead of everyone getting a car they were all just gifted with an unusual fatality FUNWhat can I say I LOVED ITI loved

  7. says:

    Comparisons to Holly Black get thrown around a lot and almost none live up to that hype Jodi McAlister’s Valentine trilogy lives up to the hype and Misrule has instantly become one of my favourite YA fairy booksAs well as being a great fantasy series with vividly drawn characters and a complex romance arc I love how uniuely Austra

  8. says:

    You know what grabbed me about this series from book one? Murder fairies You know what my favourite aspect of this final book is? Murder fairies Ok I loved all of it I loved seeing Pearl and Phil rebuild after Pearl made the easiest and hardest decision of her life in book 2 still have mad respect for that choice I loved seeing Pearl recogn

  9. says:

    Okay this was going to be 5 stars Hands down Butthere’s gonna be a fourth book right? Or a novella? Because of not that was one of the worst endings with absolutely no explanation of the most important uestion

  10. says:

    I know the front of this book says This os not a fairytale but I think I still expected a fairytale ending I feel like th

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