Buried Heart (Court of Fives Series #3)

Buried Heart (Court of Fives Series #3)

by Kate Elliott

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ISBN-13: 9780316344401
Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Publication date: 07/25/2017
Series: Court of Fives Series , #3
Sold by: Hachette Digital, Inc.
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 115,131
File size: 12 MB
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Age Range: 12 - 17 Years

About the Author

Kate Elliott is the author of more than twenty-five novels, including her New York Times bestselling young adult debut Court of Fives, Poisoned Blade, Buried Heart, and Black Wolves. She has also written the Spiritwalker trilogy, the Novels of the Jaran, and the Crossroads trilogy, among others, and two of her books have been finalists for the Nebula Award and the World Fantasy Award. Kate was born in Iowa, raised in Oregon, and now lives in Hawaii. She invites you to visit her website at kateelliott.com or follow her on Twitter @KateElliottSFF.

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Buried Heart 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This author has a knack for story telling. Her characters are strong and believable. Her stories grab you and pull you along with twists and turns to keep you interested.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good end to a trilogy, but the ending was bittersweet.
Alyssa75 More than 1 year ago
***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Buried Heart by Kate Elliott Book Three of the Court of Fives series Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers Publication Date: July 25, 2017 Rating: 4 stars Source: Review copy sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): The explosive finale to World Fantasy Award finalist Kate Elliott's captivating, New York Times bestselling young adult series In this third book in the epic Court of Fives series, Jessamy is the crux of a revolution forged by the Commoner class hoping to overthrow their longtime Patron overlords. But enemies from foreign lands have attacked the kingdom, and Jes must find a way to unite the Commoners and Patrons to defend their home and all the people she loves. Will her status as a prominent champion athlete be enough to bring together those who have despised one another since long before her birth? Will she be able to keep her family out of the clutches of the evil Lord Gargaron? And will her relationship with Prince Kalliarkos remain strong when they find themselves on opposite sides of a war? Find all the answers in this beautifully written and exciting conclusion to World Fantasy Award finalist Kate Elliott's debut New York Times bestselling young adult trilogy! What I Liked: ***SPOILER-FREE REVIEW*** When Court of Fives appeared on the YA scene in 2015, there were mixed reactions and mixed reviews. I wasn't sure I wanted to read the book, but I decided to go for it when I received a copy for review. I was pleased when I found that I enjoyed the book, and the next year, I really liked Poisoned Blade. Kate Elliott's storytelling has been solid and consistent throughout this trilogy - as one would expect from such a talented and successful author. I'm glad I took a chance on each book. This conclusion novel begins with Jessamy, Kal, and others seeking safety from Nikonos, who has declared himself King. A revolution has been set in motion, and sides must be chosen. Kal finds himself in a position he never wanted - claiming the throne as king - and Jes finds herself looking for ways to unite Commoners and Patrons, Saroese and Efeans. Old prejudices and hatred die hard, and danger for both Jes and Kal is everywhere. Forced apart, can they unite under the same goals? Or will the war tear them apart as they fight on opposing sides? Everything comes to a halt in this conclusion novel, with a finale you won't see coming. I'm going to try to be as vague as possible so I won't spoil anything for fellow fans of the series! In short, this book was action-packed, a little angst-ridden and heartbreaking, and in the end, very uplifting. Elliott took me through a full range of emotions, whether I liked it or not. I'll start with the romance since it's fresh in my mind and it is a big part of the story. I was worried, because the synopsis makes it seem like there won't be a good ending for Kal and Jes. It makes it seem like they will grow apart. I will say that Kal and Jes do get separated in this book, in the physical sense. Emotionally, however, they are always close and love each other. It hurt to see them doubt each other and doubt the strength of their relationship, but politics and safety are what drive them apart (physically). This is the root of the angst that I mentioned. Read the rest of my review on my blog, The Eater of Books! - eaterofbooks DOT blogspot DOT com :)