Graduation Day Title: Graduation Day. Author: Joelle Charbonneau. Genre: Dystopia, Speculative Fiction, Young Adult. Publisher: HMH Books. Graduation Day (The Testing book 3). She wants to put an end to the Testing. In a scarred and brutal future, The United Commonwealth teeters on the brink of. The Graduation Day Community Note includes chapter-by-chapter summary and analysis, Graduation Day is the third book in Joelle’s The Testing Series. Book 3) study guide contains a biography of Joelle Charbonneau, literature essays.
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I guess that is her great weakness. Through charbonnsau narration of the story, Cia proves to be a young woman who attempts to maintain her integrity and hold on to the values of respecting life that her parents instilled in her in the Five Lakes Colony. Once the rebels attack, there will be Security Teams waiting for them. So, don’t worry for our future, kids, Cia is on the case! Conspiracies, counterconspiracies, lies and double crosses: In a scarred and brutal future, The United Commonwealth teeters on the brink of all-out civil war.
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There were details in th Finally. My mind would wander and I was being told so much instead vay reading about action. She must recruit others and, harder, trust them. If I’m being honest with myself, the way The Testing ends the series up is a little bit of a disappointment. See all 13 questions about Graduation Day….
I read the first two books in a few days but I almost had to pin my eyelids open to get through this one. It was still well written, so maybe I was dissatisfied because my hopes beforehand were way too high.
They will be killed. Raging Starbut there were a couple of things that I thought were lacking. View all 16 comments. There were details in the wrong places and she slowed down the parts that I desperately wanted to fast forward the most. I didn’t care if Tomas and Cia ended up together. Charbonneau’s conclusion to The Testing series was well written, leading to an exciting conclusion that answers many of the questions posed in the first two books about The Testing.
It’s a real eye opener. Oh and she also has superhuman strength because with the amount of shit she keeps putting in her bag, she would have to in order to be able to drag that thing around everywhere with such little effort.
Oh and she also has superhuman strength because with the amo I just can’t get past the Mary Sue main character. I also enjoyed the way the trilogy ended. There is no need to continue. We also get more of the backstory of how the continental United States was so devastated by a world war, followed by environmental damage and genetic damage to the human population and how the survivors have worked to recover their world and what was left of their society.
Decataur Colory – kind of like District 13?
I understand having a little mystery, but it’s just ridiculous in this book. The characters for the most vharbonneau were very strong- especially the supporting cast. How do you know who to trust when you’re dealing with the most brilliant, and in some cases, the most power hungry minds?
This was so consistent with an unexpected ending that I loved. The second novel, Independent Study concluded with a startling discovery by Raffe and Cia.
Be the first to discover new talent! She is the only trustworthy person in the entire novel, so much so that the president asked her alone to commit the act that would prevent a war, with no other plan to fall back on.
Why did Cia and the rebels not just spread the truth? Und jetzt suche ich mir auch ganz schnelle eine andere Richtung, a. How can a series that starts out with such promise go so terribly wrong?! Met elk hoofdstuk wilde ik weet verder lezen. I liked the book, but I thought it lacked the same intensity as the previous two books. War and environmental catastrophes wiped out most of humanity and almost destroyed the planet, but leaders selected through the kill-or-be-killed Testing process have proven they can make the tough decisions needed for survival.
GRADUATION DAY by Joelle Charbonneau | Kirkus Reviews
All pass the test except Enzo who is seriously injured. The writing was great- suspenseful, consistent, and vivid. I was stuck between finishing what I’d started and setting it down because of how boring it was. Oh dear Lord, this was seriously a let-down. When confronted by President Collindar, she tells the president that killing these people is murder. I was so mad. I was able to connect with Cia when she tries to find the least violent way to reach her goal, since she does not want any more deaths than necessary.
En voordat ik ga spoilen houd ik nu op haha. The first two books were full of action and suspense; however, I felt as though the author Joelle Charbonneau purposely dragged this book out and added graduztion large amount of clutter.
Usually I would say if you’ve made it this far through a dag you gradaution as well finish it out, I mean, I actually read all of the Fifty Shades of Grey books. I am a storyteller at heart. Ich musste mich daj zwingen, das Buch in die Hand zu nehmen. Can Cia achieve her mission and end The Testing for good?
Jan 02, Madz rated it it was amazing. This book kept the thrilling pace of the other two books while also really calling into question right and wrong, moving away from past mistakes, who is worthy of trust, and so many other crucial things that really kept you guessing through the story.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. It’s not the trainwreck that The Hunger Games became, mind you, but it’s still felt a little out of step and not the sense of closure one would expect.