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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Oh and she also has superhuman strength because with the amo I just can’t get past the Mary Sue main character. I read the first two books in a few days but I almost had to pin my eyelids open to get through this one.
Also, a problem that I’ve had with her that continued into this book was her fear of killing. Gifted student and Testing survivor Cia Vale vows to fight.
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Meanwhile, Cia realizes her only hope is to approach the President and tell her what she has learned. This series delivers all that, but perhaps it just needed something more. The pages could have told the same story inand that’s being generous. Aug 21, Morris rated it it was ok Shelves: Also, the entire story went so dang slow! Cia knows the only way to end this is to follow her orders, but she cannot do it alone. Indeed, it almost killed her in the end. Het einde past er ook helemaal bij.
This final book in the series, which up until this point had been decent, was abysmal; it was just absolutely terrible.
Hardcoverpages. This is officially my favorite dystopian series. Mar 10, Daniel rated it really liked it Shelves: The ending was meh. Nach dem ersten Buch nahm der Lesegenuss dieser Trilogie leider rapide ab. View all 8 comments. So to be honest,I want to tell you that I enjoyed reading this book,but not as much as I enjoyed the first two books in this series. Collindar gives her a week to decide.
Open Preview See a Problem? Graduation Day, by Joelle Charbonneau 1 20 May 04, He is reunited with his sister who conveniently was not …more No he doesn’t die. Can Cia achieve her mission and end The Testing for good?
I also enjoyed the action in the latter parts of the book. I have grown close to Cia throughout these books. The end of ignorance. My mind would wander and I was being told so much instead of reading about action.
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I really did not like how it ended as I thought there could have been more. Die Dinge laufen nicht immer so, wie wir uns das vorstellen. Graduaation 26, Nikita rated it really liked it. Du musst dich einfach wieder aufrappeln und dir eine neue Richtung suchen.
The constant recapping serves joel,e purpose other than to act as filler. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Sep 16, Fallon rated it it was amazing. Premise Edit In book three of the Testing series, the United Commonwealth wants to eliminate the rebel alliance fighting to destroy The Testing for good.
Graduation Day begins in high tension, right where Independent Study left off, joflle within the first few pages author Joelle Charbonneau manages to weave in a review of the previous two books in the series without diminishing the tautness or velocity of this final entry in The Testing trilogy–very helpful for readers like me who have had a wait between volumes to finish the story. The Charbonneauu gives Cia an assignment. You may disagree, but I think the story would have been stronger without the romance.
The final book in the Testing series is finally here. Even the president needs this teenage girl to save what is left of the country because she has not one other person in all of her government that can do what Super Cia can do!
Collindar tells Cia that they must carry out the rebel’s plan to end The Testing by eliminating specific people who have authority and control over The Testing.
Once things get started, the book really races to the finish as it becomes a question of who can be trusted to do the right thing. Out of them all I like book two the best and had similar feelings towards book one and three. I highly recommend this book to anyone that loves a great book filled with impossible choices and difficult answers. It was slow to get into first off.
I love the vividly written, the post-catastrophe Midwest setting of The Testing trilogy and the detailed history and science joele the world building. When she brings the conspiracies to the attention of the United Commonwealth president whom Cia works for as a student internPresident Collindar concludes that her own office has been infiltrated so thoroughly that none can be trusted.