Title: The Retribution of Mara Dyer
Author: Michelle Hodkin
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
Published Date: November 4th 2014
Genre: YA, Fantasy, Paranormal
My Rating: ★ ★.5
Mara Dyer wants to believe there's more to the lies she’s been told.
She doesn’t stop to think about where her quest for the truth might lead.
She never had to imagine how far she would go for vengeance.
She will now.
are betrayed, guilt and innocence tangle, and fate and chance collide
in this shocking conclusion to Mara Dyer’s story.
Retribution has arrived.
I didn't hate this book as much as the others. I still had a lot of
problems with it. But first lets go with what I liked.
I liked that we learned so much about how a lot of it happened somewhat and that they weren't the first people to have it.
I liked Stella and Mara's "friendship" and how Stella wouldn't always go with whatever she said.
what I didn't like was that almost everyone just went with whatever
Mara said even though she was always the most clueless. All she ever
cared about was Noah. She didn't care about trying to figure out what
type of damage her ability could do, or what everyone else could do. She
didn't even care about the experiments done one other people that
Kell's did. All she ever cared or wanted was Noah and while some people
might think that was super romantic I found it to be rather pointless in
Also if Noah's dad didn't want them to ever be
together then why did he make certain things happen that would bring
them together. Why did he leave Noah there alone with Mara, if he really
didn't want them together shouldn't he have forced Noah to leave with
What was Lukumi problem throughout the whole thing and why
didn't he talk to them all in person and try to explain better why he
did certain things. I got that he had tried to change certain things
through his letter he wrote to Mara but still he should have known
better then to make certain other things happen or try to control them.
the last 20 pages even really needed? I didn't care about that, we knew
what choice they would make because they had made it before and will
continue to make it until they do eventually die.