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Publisher's Summary

The breathtaking, earth-shattering, grand finale of the best-selling Gender Game series.

Return to Matrus and Patrus one last time.

©2017 Bella Forrest (P)2017 Bella Forrest

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  • B
  • 11-09-17

[Series:] Good action - too much cheesy romance

This review applies to the entire series. The action sequences are very well written and interesting, but certain things about the writing became very annoying and hard to tolerate after 4-5 books, and they detracted from the entire experience. Namely, the excessive amount of inner dialogue. This series easily could have fit into 3 or 4 action-packed books if not for the excessive explanations of how people feel and what they think. THE most annoying thing about the books (particularly the last few) is how often Violet or Vego seemingly re-discover or express how much they love each other. Some reviews have compared aspects of this story to a cheesy romance novel, and that is fair. It is cheesy romance intermixed with good action sequences. Also annoying was the author's overuse of terms such as chaste kiss and tisk. That is just bad writing. I stayed with these books to the end because I wanted to see how they turned out, but by the end I was simply ready for it to be over and did not really care what happened to Violet or Vego. This story is not the Hunger Games, and Violet is no Katniss.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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What a wonderful ending!!!

The narrators of this book once again did fantastic job and I was so glad they continued to read this book. The ending book was well thought out and very enjoyable to listen to. All around great series.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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Best of the Series

Spent most of this one on the edge of my seat! Enjoyably nerve wracking! Awesome!

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Great series

Listened to them all. Really good. Kept you wanting more. Followed up with the next series With the girl who dared to... Story of the tower 25 years later

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Great ending to the series

Would you listen to The Gender End again? Why?

Yes

What did you like best about this story?

I love full series that I can binge listen to

Which scene was your favorite?

When the villain dies. The wedding. Plus very strong women characters

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes

Any additional comments?

None

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Great book series

I loved this series!
Great story with great narration! The sequel is just as good!

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Great read!!

Loved, loved it!!! the story started out great and ended great!!will recommend this series to anyone!!!!

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Exceptional End

Exceptional end to an exceptional series. I was fortunate enough to start this series after all books had been published and all we're available in audio. I listened to the books back-to-back. I was drawn into the world of Matris and Patris but could not imagine wanting to live in either.
I enjoyed the courageous yet caring characters of Violet and Viggo and the family of characters they collected along the way. I was sad for the end of some characters and rooting for the end of others.
The end of this story was even more exciting than the beginning and the epilogue was fantastic.
Great story. Great beginning for Matris and Patris. Wonderful way to wrap up these characters after all the strife they had endured since book 1.
Recommended Read. If you like audiobooks, the dual narration from Viggo and Violet's perspective was also very good.

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one of my favorite series

so sad this series is over - loved every book in this and really enjoyed the readers can't wait to have more books by this author

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great ending

I'm hoping to hear from Violet and Vigo in the next series. Often times when series end we are left wondering about different characters. This was great closure.

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  • Capone
  • 09-09-17

Movie

I certainly hope you make these into movies or a tv series the subject matter and visual effects not to mention the wonderful characters would be awesome

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  • Millsy
  • 03-24-18

Thoroughly enjoyable series

I previously listened to The Girl Who Dared to Think series by the same author, although I did enjoy that series, there were aspects I found annoying. In the Girl Who Dared to Think every book in the series had repetitive recaps of aspects of the books that had previously been read as if we had dementia, the individual books also felt more like chapters rather than books on there own making the $15 a pop feel all the more expensive. Thankfully none of this occurs in The Gender Game books, it was captivating from the very beginning till the very end without unnecessary recaps to act as filler. I thoroughly enjoyed this series and I highly recommended it to others.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 01-08-18

Bad quality

Compared to the other books from the same writer and narrater this one was very bad quality and had a lot of background noise of people talking and even singing at one point?? Very distracting. Not impressed.

0 of 1 people found this review helpful