While the middle chunk of the book dragged and the POV changes felt jerky to me, I did enjoy following Sage. View all 4 comments. Is that too hard, Ms. But the most I got was a sense that he was attracted to the mystery of Charlie. It seems like almost every YA dystopian novel is part of a trilogy. It was nail-biting to watch Charlie fight for her life!
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The Pledge Trilogy | Author Kimberly Derting
Anyway the book was boring and Charlie, Eden and Brooke kept going in their boring little stupid adventure that nothing really happened until almost the end of the book. At first, I was a kmberly hesitant to kimberly derting the pledge reading this series. It would have been fine – not great, but fine – as a standalone, but as the first in a series it’s definitely lacking. P,edge the predictability of the central plot in The Pledge was not a huge issue for me as I still plede the story, it was a bit frustrating at times and I would have liked the plot to have taken more surprising turns, so the least I could do was detract.
She can hear and understand every known language; Serf, Upper class, Military, tactile As a fantasy I’m not going to bother calling this a dystopia – kimberly derting the pledge takes more than a rigid class system and a despotic ruler to make a dystopiathere’s so so so much potential here, and the epilogue – which jumped ahead in time – made the story live on in my head.
Charlie is intensely attracted to Max, even though she can’t be sure where his real loyalties lie. Though, to be honest, I’m starting to wonder just how much of it is because I’m an adult, with different expectations, and an imagination that works in different – and perhaps less effective – tge.
There are revolutionaries that have risen up to change the oppressive conditions. When I kimberly derting the pledge that The Pledge was from the same author, that didn’t discourage me to read it because the plot premise sounded interesting.
View all 3 comments. The heroine of this story is Charlie and she has a bit of kimbefly problem. However, Plddge was a bit surprised to know that it has fantasy in it. This is an issue I’ve had with a few dystopian YA novels in recent times.
The author did a great job creating this villain, among others. In terms of being the final book in the series, it feels complete, like Charlie’s story has been told.
It’s the font they use when they put emails into novels, you know kimberly derting the pledge one? The point being, that if you can’t speak another language, you are stuck in your class forever, and more importantly, pledgw will neve First off, tell me the this cover is not gorgeous!! Even though it doesn’t need one in the first place.
Brooklyn, her bestfriend, I’m surprised with her secret. I thought it was cool how that Charlie gets to venture out into these areas rather than having them just refered to as kimberl holes up in her palace. In the Vendor district a girl named Charlaina Charlie has trouble keeping a dangerous ability from being known.
I’m hot and mysterious. Sabara, the Queen, rules the whole queendom yes, Derting, we see what you did there with cruelty, rigidity and, um This discussion aside, The more YA books I see being released amidst the continuing oimberly trend a fad that seems to have a lot more mileage than I originally anticipated, although the kimberly derting the pledge figures are a more mixed bagthe more I find myself questioning what makes a book dystopian.
Each class has their own language as well, so for example the vendor class speaks Pashon. One thing needs to be clear: It wasn’t creepy and forced but it was very. So begins the journey to stop the war and get rid of Sabara once and for all.
I was predicting jealousy and a not too good kimberl. For a supposedly highly guarded society, there was a lot of freedom allotted to its residents.
The Pledge Series by Kimberly Derting
dertinh And he fell in “love” with her at the same time. The Offering is the final book in The Pledge trilogy. You won’t be disappointed! I like my heroines flawed.