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  • Hardcover
  • 615 pages
  • Obsidio
  • Amie Kaufman
  • English
  • 06 October 2019
  • 055349919X

Obsidio➥ [Epub] ➟ Obsidio By Amie Kaufman ➯ – Essayreview.co.uk From bestselling author duo Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff comes the exciting finale in the trilogy that broke the mold and has been called stylistically mesmerizing and out of this world awesome Kady, From bestselling author duo Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff comes the exciting finale in the trilogy that broke the mold and has been called stylistically mesmerizing and out of this world awesome Kady, Ezra, Hanna, and Nik narrowly escaped with their lives from the attacks on Heimdall station and now find themselves crammed with , refugees on the container ship, Mao With the jump station destroyed and their resources scarce, the only option is to return to Kerenza but who knows what they ll find seven months after the invasion Meanwhile, Kady s cousin, Asha, survived the initial BeiTech assault and has joined Kerenza s ragtag underground resistance When Rhys an old flame from Asha s past reappears on Kerenza, the two find themselves on opposite sides of the conflict With time running out, a final battle will be waged on land and in space, heros will fall, and hearts will be broken.


About the Author: Amie Kaufman

Amie Kaufman is a New York Times and internationally bestselling author of young adult fiction Her multi award winning work is slated for publication in over countries, and is in development for film and TV Raised in Australia and occasionally Ireland, Amie has degrees in history, literature, law and conflict resolution She lives in Melbourne with her husband, their rescue dog, and an extremely large personal libraryYou can sign up for her newsletter to see what she s working on, hear when she releases a new book, and be automatically entered for giveaways eepurl Yaj.


10 thoughts on “Obsidio

  1. says:

    on all levels, except physical, I am dead.my feelings and I we have been through a lot like, you know when you finish a really good series and you feel like you re intruding, but on the entire universe so there isn t really anywhere for you to leave, you re just stranded in the void it s like your body isn t even yours and your existence isn t there , as though you re the imposter in this body that you re occupying I guess this is what happens when you spend so much time escaping in books th on all levels, except physical, I am dead.my feelings and I we have been through a lot like, you know when you finish a really good series and you feel like you re intruding, but on the entire universe so there isn t really anywhere for you to leave, you re just stranded in the void it s like your body isn t even yours and your existence isn t there , as though you re the imposter in this body that you re occupying I guess this is what happens when you spend so much time escaping in books that it takes you even longer to get ready to exist once it s all overIt s hard to imagine, but even amid so much violence and chaos and loss, somehow the universe sometimes still manages to look beautifulThe unifying reading experience for this series is turning into a hungry, sleep deprived creature of the night that subsists on fantasy, pizza, and angst It s an hours long stress fueled logic puzzle extravaganza of future hinging doom kind of experience I was so exhausted from my heart leading me on this emotional roller coaster and my brain just unsuccessfully trying to take back control I mean I might be physically over this book but I think I m spiritually still pretty much in the thick of it.This was truly a wild ride, I ve had actual heart palpitations in moments where I understood a line of foreshadowing so well that I had to put down the book, stand up and walk around the room saying shit shit shit shit repeatedly until I was composed enough to go back I was basically Steve Harrington from Stranger Things standing in the Byers kitchen with a dish towel on his shoulder and his hands on his hips telling everyone they will stay here and not get themselves killed or else On another note, I couldn t help but find that this book, in many ways, was a lot reminiscent of recent events, particularly teenagers mobilizing for gun control in America The characters in this book have also witnessed the deaths of their loved ones and when they were making active efforts to bring significant changes, their inputs were continuously disparaged and largely ignored, all under the pretext of their young age despite the fact that they made the most sense I love how this book was firmly stating that your voice is important, regardless of how old you are That you should never halfway your opinion You should never back pedal and soften it up and cater to everyone else You ll catch hate either way Because few in this world love truth, and fewer still are fond of things like justice and righteousness Fighting against the windmills of adversity is a hard battle but one that must be fought So be wonderfully passionate about what s right You may be just a drop in this ocean and then you re gone, but make it count Stand up for something and always keep daring the world Though humans are trained to believe that stories should have happy endings that the good win the day and the bad meet their downfall there are a number of problems with that equation today.The good are outmanned, outgunned, outclassed.And many of the bad never asked to be here in the first place.The characters.I want to be the amalgamation of every single character in this book, because living vicariously through them so I can forget that I am supposed to be a functioning member of society is no longer able to sustain me Actually, if I could just ride a spaceship, it wouldn t even matter if anyone loved me or not.I love these charactersthan most real people There s just literally nothing in the world that could compare to found family storylines Choosing your family, who you want to love and heal with, who you believe in and viciously defend Fighting side by side and trusting each other completely Trying to protect each other The casual banter in the middle of a fight The inside jokes The teamwork Getting uncontrollably angry when one of you gets hurt Celebrating together when you re victorious Forming those lasting bonds on your own is such a compelling narrative and I just clenches fist really fucking love it.As much as I love all the characters, AIDAN is absolutely my favorite Not only is he so relatable because there isn t any practical reason for an AI to be monologuing in existential dread, yet here we are but also, love may be so scary and artificial, what I feel for AIDAN is the realest emotion I ve ever felt and I m ready to drown in it If you really think that because I am a grown ass person, I will not cry my eyes out because of a murderous pschopathic giant calculator, well you are hugely mistaken AND OUTSIDE MY SKIN, AN INFINITY ILLUMINATED BY A BILLION STARS.THE BEAUTY OF THE UNIVERSE IN THE GRANDEST AND SMALLEST THINGS.THIS IS A GOOD PLACE TO DIE. Lastly, I would just like to take a moment to appreciate the amount of detail that went into creating these books I am honestly in a constant state of awe at the ingenuity of the authors and at the way they ve succeeded to bring this series to life with a flash of brilliance This has been truly an unforgettable journey

  2. says:

    Consider me shook This was one heck of a finale Was it perfect Not necessarily, but I m still feeling crazy over everything that just happened I m definitely gonna need to let this process, but I can honestly say impressed with how this story came to a close.

  3. says:

    Maaaaaaan this was so good I m so sad the series is over but wow it was a wild ride.

  4. says:

    A fantastic finale to an exhilarating series The shock factor wasn t quite as intense as the previous books for me, but the action never ceases My poor heart was put under so much stress throughout this book I was so anxious about the fate of all of these characters I ll need some time to recover, then I ll get to doing a full review.EDITRe read the book on audio, and it was just as fantastic Review copy provided by authors in exchange for an honest review.

  5. says:

    Dad why is my sister s name Monet Because your mother loves art Thanks dad No problem The Illuminae Files by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff Dad why is my sister s name Monet Because your mother loves art Thanks dad No problem The Illuminae Files by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

  6. says:

    All the stars fit this fantastic book I wish this wasn t the end of the trilogy But I have to say this was my favorite of all three books The Audible versions of this trilogy is amazing There is a full cast and sound effects It makes me feel closer to the characters for sure I m going to re read all three books when my physical copy gets here Well, I m going to try to this year I just don t want them to end so I want to re visit them back to back This book did bring some tears to my e All the stars fit this fantastic book I wish this wasn t the end of the trilogy But I have to say this was my favorite of all three books The Audible versions of this trilogy is amazing There is a full cast and sound effects It makes me feel closer to the characters for sure I m going to re read all three books when my physical copy gets here Well, I m going to try to this year I just don t want them to end so I want to re visit them back to back This book did bring some tears to my eyes and a few good laughs I love it so much If you love space opera s or just damn good books, I think you will love this trilogy I don t see how you can t I was hoping for a purple cover or a green cover, but I will love you dear cover, all the same Happy Reading Mel MY BLOG Melissa Martin s Reading List REVIEW

  7. says:

    1 Illuminae 2 Gemina 3 Obsidio Wow Where do I even begin This is one of my favorite series of all time, and I was so eager and terrified to see it end Jay and Amie have scripted the most beautiful world, with the most lovable, endearing characters, and I was horrified to see how the war would end but, above all else, I knew this would be a ride I couldn t miss I genuinely don t even know how to break this review up, because I don t know how to explain to you all just how m 1 Illuminae 2 Gemina 3 Obsidio Wow Where do I even begin This is one of my favorite series of all time, and I was so eager and terrified to see it end Jay and Amie have scripted the most beautiful world, with the most lovable, endearing characters, and I was horrified to see how the war would end but, above all else, I knew this would be a ride I couldn t miss I genuinely don t even know how to break this review up, because I don t know how to explain to you all just how much this book meant to me, and how perfectly satisfied I was with it as the ending to our journey Kady looks back and forth between the girls and shrugs At least our lives will have been worth dying for Kady Grant Ezra Mason Our original duo, and quite frankly, my favorites I loved them in the first book, but we see an entirely different side of the couple in the finale They re exhausted, beaten down, grieving, and full of rage, but they re still clinging to hope If anyone can put on a strong front and pretend like everything isn t going to hell around them, it s these two Kady is one of my favorite female protagonists of all time, and she didn t let me down She s wickedly intelligent, and an emotional powerhouse who manages to ground everyone around her, no matter how bad things get Ezra is honestly the perfect counterpart to her with his humor and warmth, and I would be the first one in line for a 600 page collection of pure fluff and cuteness between these two And he kisses her like she s the first, last and only thing he ll ever need, like he s learning every last part of her Reverently, like this moment is holy Hanna Donnelly Nik Malikov I wasn t sure how I would feel about watching the two couples meet and interact with one another would they mesh well Would it feel natural but it was honestly perfection With her astonishing strength and fighting prowess, coupled with her tactical brain and wit, Hanna meshes beautifully with Kady Nik and Ezra are both our natural pros at banter, and the two of them together Hilarious Constantly a bright spot in horrifically dark times, and I loved the reprieve their taunts and jabs offered Hanna and Nik together, though I know a common complaint in Gemina reviews is that they didn t know each other well enough to fall for one another, and I won t spoil anything, but that topic is touched on really solidly in this finale, and I applaud the authors for being willing to tackle it on page We invaded these people s homes, Cherry Bombed them toKilled their families You think this isn t a battle This is a ing war Asha Grant Rhys Lindstrom When I first learned that Asha would be one of our protagonists in Obsidio, I was stunned I d been perfectly content to count her a loss in the first two books, when Kady mourned the loss of her cousin, but I m really pleased that she was included as a character She didn t feel quite as three dimensional as the other girls did to me, but I think that was fully to pin on the fact that this book was non stop action and suspense with very little time for a lot of character development Rhys struggled with the same problem, but despite not getting to spend much alone time with either of them, I still enjoyed them tremendously as characters and was certainly rooting for them throughout the entire thing There s a sub plot arc with Asha and a little girl she s rescued named Katya, and the maternal vibes it gave off Everything. I feaR this ship will neeD knives soon, Little SpiDeR. Ella Malikova Everyone s favorite little hacker girl did not fail to impress in this installment I absolutely adored Ella in Gemina and desperately hoped she would get a substantial amount of screen time in the finale, so I was beyond ecstatic to spend so much time with her True to her nature, she is still hilarious, snarky, and brilliant with a keyboard but she also develops in the sense that we see her develop an affection for Hanna that is sisterly and precious I love my little Spider girl, and what I wouldn t give for a whole spin off about her She cradles me to her breastand I cannot feel the warmth of her skin.Cannot hold her as she holds me.And I cannot recall ever feeling so alone. error Artificial Intelligence Defense Analytics Network I am without words AIDAN plays such a tremendously fascinating role in this story truly, it would be nothing without its logic, vicious honesty, and fiercely protective nature of Kady, the last of which we see bloom quickly in this final installment If you noticed AIDAN growinghuman like and emotional in Gemina, just wait until Obsidio, where we get to see it depict humor, sorrow, loneliness, and even jealousy There s nothing that I can really tell you about AIDAN without offering up a million spoilers for this finale, so I ll just say that, if you love AIDAN even half as much as I do, I don t think a single part of you will be disappointed by this book I know their names.Iknowtheirfaces. supporting cast There are a million and one characters in each installment of this story, and Obsidio is no different, but they each feel so complex and unique and perfectly human that I am consistently stunned by how easy it is to keep them all apart We have entire spaceships and armies full of supporting characters, so I ll just name a few favorites Isaac Grant SquadDad goals for life We ve got a crew full of orphans running around at this point, and Isaac doesn t hesitate to take them all under his wing I have probably never loved a parental figure in any YA story half as much as I love him, and I spent the entire book laughing and crying over his pep talks, jokes, and desperate attempts to make everyone stop swearing Duke Wozniak Ah, The Duke One of Rhys co soldiers, he refers to himself in the third person, is missing half of his tongue, and sleeps in full armor no matter what I love this guy I know he s on the wrong side of things in the story, but he s a fantastic example of how there are people on both sides who don t have bad intentions they re just doing what they can to survive Yukiko Oshiro Rhys sergeant and shadow , responsible for keeping him out of trouble at all costs This poor woman is shown from the beginning to be in so far over her head that she s doing everything she can to stay afloat, no matter what it takes Despite how much I wanted to dislike her for some of her decisions, I couldn t help but constantly root for her and hope she would see the light The die is cast But today we will shake the table upon which it lands action and war While the other two books had plenty of scenes that were written for character development, or plotting, or explaining the ins and outs of spacetime, dimensions, ships, etc., Obsidio comes in with a hook and doesn t relent until the very end There is so much action and tension in this story that I literally spent the last 150 pages with a feeling of nausea I couldn t quite shake There were pages that left me trembling, sobbing so hard I could not think straight much less see the words on the pages I cannot express to you how invested I was in this story, and how desperate I became to reach the end and see where the die would fall The final battle was scripted so fluidly and to utter perfection I could not, and would not, have asked forI am not good.Nor am I evil.I am no hero.Nor am I villain. error error IamAIDAN. final thoughts If my incessant gushing and compliments to Jay and Amie s storyweaving has not been enough to sell you on this book, I can t think of a single other thing I could say to do the job, honestly As I mentioned at the start, The Illuminae Files is, without question, one of my favorite series in life, and I can only count one or two other series in the world whose finales have pleased me as much as Obsidio did I cannot recommend this series, and this book, highly enough, and I sincerely hope that you will give it a try I cannot wait to see what Jay and Amie craft in their next adventure together.You can find this review andon my blog, or you can follow me on twitter, bookstagram, or facebook

  8. says:

    I just don t like this series that much.Don t get me wrong, I see the appeal Space battle Romance Unique formatting but it s like 700 pages long so you feel accomplished The occasional joke What s not to love for all the things there are not to love about it, and also that all three books are exactly the same, following the exact same plotline and just throwing a couplecharacters in for flair, like if the Lunar Chronicles followed the sam I just don t like this series that much.Don t get me wrong, I see the appeal Space battle Romance Unique formatting but it s like 700 pages long so you feel accomplished The occasional joke What s not to love for all the things there are not to love about it, and also that all three books are exactly the same, following the exact same plotline and just throwing a couplecharacters in for flair, like if the Lunar Chronicles followed the same arc every time but for some reason an ever growing cast of kids with fairytale y names were along for the ride.I d be remiss if I didn t well and truly call these books out for being the exact same thing every time Here s Illuminae AND Gemina AND Obsidio in one go ragtag group of space citizens is ruthlessly attacked by corporate greed there are some teens there the teens are funny and edgy and heterosexual two of these unrelentingly straight teens should not be together, because they probably have been together previously or otherwise one has been sexually harassing the other shoutout to Nik they will be together though, and flirt a lot in order to cruelly detract from the book s waning entertainment value the teens must do CRAZY, ORIGINAL stuff, like crawl through ventilation ducts and brush with death like wow guys seriously they are really close to dying one of them is even shot, maybe someone is definitely seriously injured this makes people realize they are in love with each other cool insert chat logs with the same banter structure here x 1000 insert summaries of surveillance footage with quirky jokes and physical descriptions x 2000 someone else gets shot atalmost death wow they narrowly saved everyone, or at least a good chunk of everyone, against all the odds and using a complicated pseudo science principle the teens win until next time, corporate greed Boom That s the series If you ever felt like reading it, gauge your interest based on the spot on synopsis I just wrote but be advised my wit and charm is NOT included.I didn t LOVE either Illuminae or Gemina, but Obsidio felt like an especially weak installment to me As mentioned, each book in the series takes it upon itself to bring on another quirky in the exact same way as every other character Heterosexual Duo, who will take it upon themselves to fall in love over the course of 700 pages of chat logs and confidential documents In the first book, this was Kady and Ezra In the second, it was Hanna and Nik I m not checking names or spelling but god I think these are right Tragically stuck in the ol memory Why do I retain what I retain I didn t really care for any of them, but when do I care for anyone Too real Basically, these characters were meh to me, but they felt like characters at least.Can t say the same for this book This book gives us Asha and Rhys I did have to look up those names, because those two lovebirds left zero impression in my brain Asha and Rhys are exes and if you re saying, wait, weren t Ezra and Kady in Illuminae exes Isn t that their whole thing The answer is yes This book didn t even try to distinguish itself Both of these two, but especially Rhys, have all of the characterization and boisterous personality of a saltine cracker And absolutely none of the delicious yet affordable snacking appeal.Also and I hate to say it doesn t the name Rhys just need to be retired from YA Say what you will about the A Court of Thorns and Roses series and I ve sure said a lot but that name has one association and one association only Hang the jersey from the ceiling of the stadium and retire the number my dear boy.Yes, I know sports I m overwhelmingly multifaceted.Which leads us back into this formulaic, characterization less bummer of a finale Because it is not at all multifaceted Sorry if that was hard to follow it s 2 23 a.m and now I m mostly thinking about saltines More complaining to be done.The nicest thing I can say about this book is that it was exciting throughout, and I can only say that because past me kindly wrote it down as one of exactly six bullet point notes on the subject of this review Thanks for looking out, future me I would not have remembered this book as exciting.Anyway, it s allegedly exciting throughout, buta few of the major plot points are solved wildly quickly Like, so quickly I expected something to go wrong and then omg actually the major plot deciding issue is even WORSE now will we ever be able to pull this off But it wasn t that It was just boring.One of my other notes is the extremely helpful and detailed sexism That s all it says Luckily, some of these moments are seared into my memory Moments when characters are crowded around card games and laughingly gossiping about their hyper misognystic conquests How sweet How very modern and 2018 and YA pretending to be inclusive and progressive Bottom line I wish I liked this book, just like I wish I liked this series But I just don t see much to like tbr reviewtitle reveal is black everyone o ok so the cover is blackjay kristoff guys the cover isn t blackamie kaufman omg seriously JUST because the title reveal is black doesn t mean the actual cover iseveryone o gotcha so it s not blackthe cover is black I guess the level of emotional manipulation I ve already experienced is a good indicator of how this book is going to go for me Me, trying to figure out why this book would be about anyone but Ella Malikova Me, wondering how an unlikely romance space battle will possibly pretend to be different from the rest of the series this time around Me, when asked if I m going to read it

  9. says:

    See this review andlike it on www.bookbastion.com_______Illuminae Gemina An epic, if slightly bloated conclusion to one of my personal favorite YA series of the last few years Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff have made their way onto my list of esteemed authors that I will forever respect and look up to In terms of sheer creativity alone, I often found myself reading this series and just marveling at aspects of it, like the scope of the story the characters and the unexpected t See this review andlike it on www.bookbastion.com_______Illuminae Gemina An epic, if slightly bloated conclusion to one of my personal favorite YA series of the last few years Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff have made their way onto my list of esteemed authors that I will forever respect and look up to In terms of sheer creativity alone, I often found myself reading this series and just marveling at aspects of it, like the scope of the story the characters and the unexpected twists and turns along the way Of course, the true wonder to me is the amount of planning that must have gone into the series to make this project possible.It became increasingly clear to me while reading this book that both authors had a goal in mind from page 1 of Illuminae, and this book sort of becomes the fruition of all that planning Each story thread laid in Illuminae and Gemina is stitched together here as the characters move towards all out war against Bei Tech and their nefarious overlords.The one issue I had with this book is that it s almost too ambitious There are so many characters already in this series, and there was a clear end goal in sight with Gemina, yet Obsidio sort of steps away from that movement in order to introduce 2 new lead characters and a handful of secondary characters establish another romantic connection between the leads revisit old favorites from the previous books in the series move forward with the war and occupation of Kerenza plot, and various other subplots along the way.It all felt a bit much, especially during the first 200 or so pages, where all this new information was being established Personally, I think I would have enjoyed thisif this series had been allowed to become a quartet instead of a trilogy Picture it one full book of just Rhys and Asha, allowing them to fight their own battles on their own and for the readers to get to know them, before rounding out the war storyline in a final book all it s own.This book at times felt like I imagine one might feel if they tried to watch two seasons of Battlestar Galactica simultaneously There s a lot of information thrown at the reader all at once.There were a number of times that I felt invested in one point of view like what was happening off world only to have the story move rapidly to another POV on Kerenza IV That being said, don t let any fear of the story attempting to do a lot put you off Once you get used to the new characters and setting, the action in the story begins picking up in leaps and bounds.Tonally, this is definitely the darkest book out of the trilogy Illuminae and Gemina were both infused with action scifi horror elements, whereas this book is muchgrounded in the horror of intergalactic warfare I appreciated the time that Obsidio often reminds the reader that war is a brutal and tragic thing and that morality in times of war isn t so much black and white as it is a morally gray and nebulous thing The authors take the time to establish numerous secondary characters in order to remind the reader that no side is right in war It s just regular people stuck in the middle of events that are much larger than themselves.The dynamic between the cast of characters remains lighthearted to somewhat temper the bleakness of the plot elements There is still plenty of comedic banter between the main characters to remind readers that at its heart, this is still a Young Adult series Kady, Ezra, Hanna and Nik remain as entertaining as ever and often elevated the story back out of the darker depths when the reader needed it the most.Asha and Rhys storyline is the heaviest out of the bunch as they are steeped right in the middle of the occupation of Kerenza IV itself The question of morality in times of war is a theme that is always present between the characters, and at times it made their dynamic a bit rough to witness The plot they re set in is entertaining and their relationship conveys what the authors were attempting to show, but it was so dismal and depressing to me that I just didn t fall for them like the others, and I wasn t as invested in where their story would end up.The ending of the book itself is definitely a satisfying, if somewhat saccharinely sweet conclusion I did not for one second believe that any of the main cast of teens 7 characters in total were in any real danger, which sort of reduced the feeling of danger a bit in the final climax of the book I wanted a bittragedy than we got, especially after how dark the rest of the book was.Still, Obsidio is a worthy conclusion to its predecessors, cementing this series place in the annals of history as a young adult series that I m sure will be considered a classic in the years to come I m very anxious to see what both of these authors manage to dream up next I consider myself a big fan 4 out of 5 stars _______ follow my insta bookbastion forsnaps of books

  10. says:

    some books are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them this book, this series, is all of the above my mind simply cannot comprehend what i just read because its greatness transcends human understanding what a blessed world we live in where this kind of greatness exists for us mere mortals 5 stars

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