• The Girl and the Moon

  • By: Mark Lawrence
  • Narrated by: Helen Duff
  • Length: 20 hrs and 46 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (286 ratings)

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The Girl and the Moon

By: Mark Lawrence
Narrated by: Helen Duff
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Publisher's Summary

The third thrilling novel in an epic fantasy series set in the same world as the wildly popular Red Sister, following an outcast who will fight with everything she has to survive.

©2022 Mark Lawrence (P)2022 Penguin Audio

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Awesome

Can’t wait to read how everything pulls together! I sure wish I was more patient 😂

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definitely a bit of a struggle

So I'm definitely getting the story at 3, main reason is because I sat through three books of this story. It is definitely a far cry from the habit and sisters. A lot. less action, and a lot more suspension of disbelief which is wild to think cuz this is all fantasy. But the story is slow and the wrap up for this is of course time travel, which I kind of feel like. I like Mark but he's man. it's kind of let me down as a fan. anyways, if he starts a new series in this universe, I'll probably only read it if somebody reviews it and says that it's worthwhile. kind of wish I waited for reviews on this one before I started the first one in this new series and I mean like waited till all three came out. because I would have preferred to just cliff note this

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story is poorly planned and all too convenient

The series should have ended after the 2nd book. the plot and "magic system" just seems to be getting made up along the way without much of a plan. the final straw for me was Yaz in the convent having to prove a "third miracle". I reached my final eye roll.

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Well weaved, but still has some issues.

Better than tGatM but still suffers from "teenagers in peril", bad decisions, having to tools or previous instances of action that will work but not doing them because of whatever. The world is still great. Much better character work, and I actually cared about them. Yaz has possibly 2 notes now so, better.

The plot weaving is very good. There a big plot bomb that really made me not feel great about it though. One of those... "wait... all this and ___?!" But, I guess that's how you sell more books.

I DO want to know more about this world. But I don't know if I can get through another brutal book series.

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Wow

This really brought so many things together. There’s a part I literally screamed in excitement when something was revealed! Can’t wait to listen to all his books again now that I know🥹🥰 Brilliant!

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Mark lawrence is FANTASTIC!

I loved it! All his books are so exciting. Each SO DIFFERENT. u just NEVER KNOW what might happen! Slightly grim dark genre KINDA

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Wow

Let me start by thanking Mark Lawrence for starting this book with a recap of the story. I wish more authors did this.

The Girl and the Moon, book #3 of the Ice by Mark Lawrence was outstanding and amazing. It's probably my favorite book by Mark Lawrence from this world, but I have truly enjoyed all of them. Mark Lawrence's writing and world-building is complex and intricate, and his character development connects the reader with the memorable heroes and villains set in a strange and harsh world of Ice and struggle.

Someday I would like to reread this series first, and then follow it by rereading the Ancestor series. There is so much I have forgotten from the Ancestor series, and I have no doubt, many things I missed while reading it the first time. I listened to the Audible version narrated by Helen Duff, and her narration was stellar and engaging. This is a great book and the end of a wonderful series.

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Fantastic conclusion

This has been a fantastic conclusion to not only the Book of the Ice series and also the Book of Ancestor series too.

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Loved it

The entire series has been fantastic imaginative unexpected and a pleasure to listen to. I look forward to more by M. Lawrence.

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Loved it!

As with every book by Mark Lawrence it was awesome! I only wish it lasted longer.