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Author:
Aprilynne Pike
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978-0007314393
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HarperCollins Children's Books (April 1, 2012)
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Also by Aprilynne Pike. There isn’t a door in this world that can be closed to us, Tam. If you vouched for me, we could even go peacefully to Avalon.

Also by Aprilynne Pike. Tamani pressed his forehead against the chilly windowpane, fighting back a wave of exhaustion. Sleep wasn’t an option, not while the only thing between him and an angry Winter faerie was a thin line of table salt. Tonight, he was Fear-gleidhidh twice over. The old word was one he normally wore with pride. We could stay there together and live in the palace. How do you know about the palace? Tamani asked reflexively, knowing even as he did that he was snapping at her bait.

Destined delivers all the romance and action that fans expect as it brings Aprilynne Pike’s Wings series to a deeply satisfying conclusion. Laurel used to think she was an ordinary girl from Crescent City, California. She never would have believed she was truly a faerie from a realm called Avalon. Now Laurel must risk her life to save Avalon from destruction by Yuki-a rare Destined delivers all the romance and action that fans expect as it brings Aprilynne Pike’s Wings series to a deeply satisfying conclusion.

view Kindle eBook view Audible audiobook. Aprilynne Pike ended the series on a bittersweet not and she wrapped things up quite nicely. I enjoyed the beginning of the book, however the middle slowed down the pace of the book a lot but it picked right back up for the ending. Laurel is too self-sacrificing and honestly sometimes very annoying.

Destiny is fourth and final young-adult faerie novel in the New York Times best-selling Wings series by Aprilynne Pike. It follows Pike's New York Times best-selling debut, Wings, and the direct sequels, Spells and Illusions

Destiny is fourth and final young-adult faerie novel in the New York Times best-selling Wings series by Aprilynne Pike. It follows Pike's New York Times best-selling debut, Wings, and the direct sequels, Spells and Illusions. Destined was released in the United States on May 1, 2012. It debuted at on the USA Today Bestseller list. Beginning from the cliffhanger in the previous book, Yuki is tied up in the salt circle.

Aprilynne Pike ( in Salt Lake City, Utah, Vereinigte Staaten) ist eine US-amerikanische Autorin, bekannt für ihren Debüt-Roman Elfenkuss (Originaltitel Wings), der erstmals am . .

Aprilynne Pike ( in Salt Lake City, Utah, Vereinigte Staaten) ist eine US-amerikanische Autorin, bekannt für ihren Debüt-Roman Elfenkuss (Originaltitel Wings), der erstmals am 5. Mai 2009 in englischer Sprache veröffentlicht wurde. Ihr erster Roman erreichte den ersten Platz auf der „Children’s Best Seller List, einer Unterkategie, der von der The New York Times herausgegebenen Best Seller List. Damit war Pike die bestverkaufende nichtprominente Debüt-Kinderautorin des Jahres 2009

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Aprilynne Pike ee for themselves. Tamani was favouring one of his shoulders and his eyes were wary as he and David approached Jamison’s circle of Am Fear-faire. Can Jamison close the gate?. Tamani immediately shook his head. It’s not over, he said softly. If it was, my sentries would have come through to tell u.

Author: Aprilynne Pike. Publisher: HarperTeen, 2012. In Destined, Aprilynne Pike’s New York Times bestselling Wings series comes to an explosive conclusion, bringing to a close the story of a not-so-ordinary girl named Laurel. Laurel now knows the truth: Yuki is a rare Winter faerie, the most powerful-and deadly-of all, and Klea plans to use her to help conquer or destroy Avalon.

Aprilynne Pike is the critically acclaimed, internationally and New York Times best-selling author of the Wings series. Aprilynne lives in Arizona with her husband and four kids; she is enjoying the sunshine. She has been spinning stories since she was a child with a hyper-active imagination. At the age of twenty she received her BA in Creative Writing from Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho.

скачать книгу бесплатно. Every word came out evenly, tonelessly. But when Tamani ended the call, he turned the phone off and dropped it on the seat as though it had burned him. Her eyes dropped briefly to Laurel and Tamani’s joined hands, but she said nothing. Tamani turned from the window for the first time, his face – even his eyes – calm. We go to the gate, we explain our urgency, request entrance, and if we’re lucky, they let us in. And by us, I mean Laurel and me. No human has set foot in Avalon in over a thousand years. We want to help, David said. You don’t think they’ll let us? Tamani’s hand slid out of Laurel’s as he leaned forwards.

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  • I've been with the series since the beginning and overall the series has been great. It is really hard to say good bye to a series you've grown to love. Aprilynne Pike ended the series on a bittersweet not and she wrapped things up quite nicely. I enjoyed the beginning of the book, however the middle slowed down the pace of the book a lot but it picked right back up for the ending.

    Laurel is too self-sacrificing and honestly sometimes very annoying. Laurel has definitely grown up from the very beginning of the first book and Laurel shows a lot of maturity in this book. There were several times that Laurel was very frustrating with her decision making in this story. It was nice getting to see why she makes the decisions that she does. Laurel really steps it up in this book and finally makes her decision on who she would like to be with. It is really nice that Pike finally made Laurel choose who she wanted to be with.

    Tamani and David are both great characters. They were both surprising me in this book and they both love Laurel and want to be the very best for her. I absolutely loved Tamani from the very beginning. He was my favorite character throughout the entire series. Tamani is sweetly protective and very strong, he is never afraid to pick his battles and he would do anything for Laurel. He is loyal, strong, and has genuine love towards Laurel. Tamani tries to be a very honest guy and he tries to do what he believes is right. I didn't really like David at all; however in the newest edition of the Wings trilogy, I think David became a much better character. David is very brave and he is not afraid to offer his life for the greater good, which is very admirable. He doesn't hesitate for a moment to stand with Laurel and Tamani to save Avalon.

    Aprilynne Pike has grown in her writing. Her first book was sweet but clearly the work of an inexperienced writer, she has matured in her writing and her story comes out beautifully. The ending was everything a fan could want. The end was gorgeous, it was bittersweet. The ending was very realistic and believable. The special part in the back of the book was the best. I think Wings fans will love it. I was pretty happy with the Wings series and I think Destined was a wonderful ending to the series.

  • The story opens to a very tense scene. Yuki is being held hostage and Tamani, Laurel, David, Chelsea and Shar are taking turns guarding her. Now that the know she is a winter faerie, they know how dangerous she is. They are expecting Klea to come for her. When she finally does, it's chaos and carnage.

    Laurel's sole purpose of being sent to the human world was to guard the gate of Avalon, but Yuki has ripped that information from her mind and our stalwart heroes know it will not be long before the assault on Avalon begins. In the wake of Yuki's rescue, our friends race to get to Avalon to warn them of the imminent arrival of Lea with Yuki and any number of trolls.

    They arrive in time to warn Avalon, but the Queen, foolish as she seems to be, heads back to the Palace her successor in tow and about 200 guards that will be essential in the defending of Avalon. In their arsenal, the young heroes have Jamison, another winter faerie. He takes them to the Palace where he relays the story of King Arthur and Excalibur. King Arthur, being a human, rose up and protected the court of Avalon with the mighty Excalibur, only it's not a myth and the sword is real and embedded in a stone. Jamison requests David take of the sword to defend Avalon once again.

    With sword in hand, David becomes invincible, but he will be vulnerable if the sword falls from his hands. Leading the way, David with Tamani, Laurel and Chelsea head off to defend Avalon against the horde of trolls storming the gates.

    While danger and the possibility of death has been central to every volume, none are more tense than this final volume. The stakes in the final battle are high with either side unwilling to give in. Laurel, Tamani and company fight to protect Avalon and the right to live another day, while Klea fights to right the wrongs perpetrated against her. Yuki fights for Klea with a misguided sense of loyalty. The battle does end, but at what cost?

    Laurel also comes to understand who it is that holds her heart, finally at the end of all things. Where David and Tamani had been rivals for Laurel's attentions, now they become brothers in arms. Where Laurel and Chelsea are the best of friends, now she feels jealous of Chelsea's love of David. Laurel finally has to accept her own feelings for one as well as the hurt she must cause the other, but she must at last embrace one of the boys and let the other one go.

    Within this final installment there is an overwhelming amount of sorrow and tragedy, but there is also love, joy and the celebration of life. It is never an easy thing to say goodbye to those we care about, but life moves on, and they remain, as they always were, locked in our hearts and minds.