Half Lost (Half Bad Trilogy Series #3)

Half Lost (Half Bad Trilogy Series #3)

by Sally Green


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ISBN-13: 9780670017140
Publisher: Penguin Young Readers Group
Publication date: 03/29/2016
Series: Half Bad Trilogy Series , #3
Pages: 352
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.10(h) x 1.30(d)
Lexile: HL680L (what's this?)
Age Range: 12 - 17 Years

About the Author

Sally Green lives in north-west England. She has had various jobs and even a profession but in 2010 she discovered a love of writing and now just can’t stop. She used to keep chickens, makes decent jam, doesn't mind ironing, loves to walk in Wales even when it's raining, and will probably never jog again. She really ought to drink less coffee. Half Bad is her first novel.

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In the year that my father turned twenty-eight he killed thirty-two people. Celia used to make me learn facts about Marcus. That’s one of them. It was the most he killed in anyone year before the war between Soul’s Council and the Alliance of Free Witches. I used to think that thirty-two was a lot.

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Half Lost (Half Bad Trilogy Series #3) 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Half Lost was a great read. I had a hard time putting it down. I'll miss the characters .
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It ended way too quickly and the end was not very well thought out. I really wanted to like it because I liked the last two, but it wasn't that good.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Best book I have ever read!!! 100000/10
AvaJae More than 1 year ago
It's going to be hard to write a review about this without spoiling anything, but I will do my darndest. Because this finale to one of my favorite YA Fantasy series deserves a very good review. So given how much I loved HALF BAD and HALF WILD, I had pretty high hopes for HALF LOST. I was ready to see one relationship I despised crash and burn; I was ready to see the relationship I'd been dying to see since book one flourish; I was ready to see Nathan come into himself and become the truly powerful witch everyone knew all along he would be. I got all of that and more. The character development in this book is truly amazing; at the beginning, Nathan has gone extremely dark side. His obsession with exacting revenge on someone was so intense it was disturbing, and seeing him morph from book one into this dark, hurting person was legitimately hard to read. My heart ached for him, and for Gabriel, who stood hurting by his side as he watched someone he cared so much about become this unrecognizable person. HALF LOST is just as dark and raw as HALF BAD and HALF WILD. There were moments that made me cringe, and images that were disturbingly vivid. Green doesn't hold back or shy away from the harsh realities of war; it's there on the page for everyone to see, and I found it to be incredibly powerful. And speaking of powerful, this book nearly made me cry twice. As I've said in my other reviews, I am not someone who cries easily—to this date I've never actually broken down over a book. But there was one moment in the book that made me so happy I actually got teary-eyed, and the other...well, I won't spoil, but I will say if I hadn't taken a break, it's very likely I would've full-on sobbed by the end of the book. There are a lot of people who took issue with something that happens at the end—and I understand their grievances. But I feel it's important to say that I think what happened was handled really deftly, and it absolutely fit the story; as another reviewer said, it felt inevitable. And for me, at least, I found it a very powerful—and beautiful—ending to a wonderfully memorable YA Fantasy series. Overall, the Half Bad series will remain on my favorites list. I really enjoyed the diverse characters woven into the story—from a bisexual and biracial protagonist with a learning disorder, to a gay major character, and not one, but two gender nonconforming characters, and more, the Half Bad series is one I'll continue to recommend to those who like (very) dark YA Fantasies and a story that will break you and put you back together again. Diversity note: As mentioned in the review, Nathan, the protagonist, is biracial, bisexual, and has a learning disorder. A major character, Gabriel, is gay, and there are also two gender non-conforming characters.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nathan makes you want so much more for him, because he went threw so much. I cried evertime I thought of the ending. That ending was like he died. I won't be reading anymore of your books for a while. Can you make Nathan human again? Your readers are invested in your characters! Give him a worthy life!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved the series. It was a beautiful story to read and very emotional. The ending was perfect.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
entangled my mind from the beginning to the end!
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