Blue Lily, Lily Blue by Maggie Stiefvater
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Blue’s mother has disappeared. She wasn’t planning to be gone long, but now no one knows where she is or when she will return. Blue has also found friendship with the Raven Boys. She never thought she would have anything in common with these prep school boys, yet through supernatural connections they have become a unit. The dangers within the dream world are connected to the waking world and these unlikely friends must push their ideals to the limit. Who can they trust? Can they trust the visions given to them?
Blue Lily, Lily Blue is the third book in the Raven Cycle, but it is nowhere near the end. Readers who enjoy a story that is wrapped up before the last page might want to steer clear of this volume. The story moves along quickly and the characters respond to increasingly more difficult issues, yet when the reader gets to the last page they will be longing for the next book in the cycle. Stiefvater’s world of the Raven Boys has developed into a richer story and this book is not a disappointment.
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