July 17, 2018

#BookReview of Lark Ascending by @MeaganSpooner


Lark Ascending (Skylark, #3)

Reviewed By: Rachael
Publisher: Carolrhoda Lab
Recommended Age: Young Adult
Genre: Fantasy, Dystopia
About the Book: Lark thought returning home to face her city was the hardest thing she'd ever do. She was wrong.

No longer the girl who ran for her life, Lark's ready for the Institute. She never dreamed she'd find a rebellion, a Renewable, and those she used to love embroiled in the fight of their lives. She's mastered her magic, but she still doesn't know if she can master the darkness stirring inside her. 

Nothing is simple anymore, and finding her place in this war—and discovering the terrible secrets behind her ruined world—might cost her everything she has left.






About the Author: 
New York Times bestselling author Meagan Spooner grew up reading and writing every spare moment of the day, while dreaming about life as an archaeologist, a marine biologist, an astronaut. She graduated from Hamilton College in New York with a degree in playwriting, and has spent several years since then living in Australia. She's traveled with her family all over the world to places like Egypt, South Africa, the Arctic, Greece, Antarctica, and the Galapagos, and there's a bit of every trip in every story she writes.

She currently lives and writes in Asheville, North Carolina, but the siren call of travel is hard to resist, and there's no telling how long she'll stay there. She's the author of the award-winning Starbound trilogy (These Broken Stars, This Shattered World, Their Fractured Light) and the Skylark Trilogy (Skylark, Shadowlark, Lark Ascending) as well as the upcoming Beauty and the Beast retelling Hunted.

In her spare time she plays guitar, plays video games, plays with her cat, and reads.
   



Do I Recommend this book? Yes!!

Notes and Opinions: I love this whole series!! But this book has to be my favorite. Meagan answers basically any and all questions you had with the first two, like what is the Institutes real goals. You get to see Lark grow as a person throughout each books. It's like watching your child start to grow into a responsible adult. *tear* And the relationship between her and Oren didn't seem unreal. They had their problems just like any other couple, which was really nice because relationships aren't all sunshine and rainbows. I'm sad that the series is over but I'll be starting Hunted soon so hopefully it'll make me feel better!

 









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