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The Hidden por Jessica Verday
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The Hidden (edição 2011)

por Jessica Verday (Autor)

Séries: The Hollow Trilogy (3)

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Seventeen-year-old Abbey knows that Caspian is her destiny and theirs is a bond that transcends even death, but as Abbey finally learns the full truth about the dark fate that links her to Caspian and ties them both to the town of Sleepy Hollow, she suddenly has some very difficult choices to make.
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Título:The Hidden
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I’m not going to say I totally understand what just happened here, because I didn’t.
It was very confusing. With all the revenants and shades and ‘original revenants’ and everything… it was very confusing.
Also, my theory about Cyn has neither been proven nor disproven. Although I will it’s doubtful. But she’s at least a psychic or a seer or something.
The part at the end with Vincent talking about Kristen.. I read that part three times and I still don’t understand how it’s anything different from we already knew, but apparently it was, cuz of what happened right after, which I’m trying very hard not to tell you about.
So, all in all, this book, well the ending of this book, was very confusing. And it left a little hole in my heart. It didn’t end the way I thought it would. It was a good ending. But confusing. And hole-leaving.
Yeah…
Shades.

Okay, I just re-read the last ten pages for the third time, and NOW I think I finally understand what the heck just happened.
If you ask me, I hate it when this happens and the author turns back time, miraculously making everything ‘right’. Especially because, how this went down in this book, everything that happened in the books is still there, it still has meaning, it still matters at the end, but it’s all been undone. And it makes it extra-confusing.
Ugh.

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  Monica_P | Nov 22, 2018 |
I was really disappointed in the end. The it was all very final and a waste. The end felt half thought out and rushed. The main female character was weak. And one female character was only thrown in there at the end to push the plot along, when the story could have been written so much better had the author too a bit more time. ( )
  Aridy | Mar 21, 2018 |
This book had me cheering for somebody to die. Really, sick huh. The girl Abby has to die to complete her ghostly mate Caspian, as seen in other books. Her time is near, she must make a choice. Here I am thinking die, die, die already be with him. Dang what is wrong with me. She has parents, friends, and other people who will be damaged if she dies. Yet, i still want her to die. Caspian is that wonderful, sigh. I wavered from loving this book to hating it. Abby's teen angst was a bit idiotic at times. Her constant analyzing, without seeing what was Captain Obvious right in front of her was hair pulling. her week character almost ruined the story. (think Bella)
The story moved on, Abby learns to move on without her best friend. Well not really, she has her on her mind constantly. Her parents are trying to support her and give her what she needs to grow past this. They give her her dream. Her friends are focused on the Prom, dresses dates, etc. They push her to go, it's important everyone says. Meanwhile- Victor, is not done terrorizing her. Caspian is drifting away as his death day approaches. She does not know anything, till the end and that may be too late.
I guess I am glad I read it. It ended so I never have to think about it again. The ending felt a bit rushed after such a long angst filled story. Lots of teen angst, unrealistic angst. ( )
  TheYodamom | Jan 29, 2016 |
Contemporary, Sleepy Hollow

Abbey knows that her destiny is with Caspian. Their bond goes beyond even death. Abbey is finally learning the full truth of what ties them together and to the town of Sleepy Hollow. She now has some very difficult decisions to make. Caspian is the love of her life but is that love worth dying for? Abbey is going to have to decide just what is most important to her as she learns about the dark fate that links her with Caspian.

This is a wonderful ending to this trilogy. It ties up all the threads that tied this trilogy together with a very satisfying ending. Readers will not be disappointed with the way this series wraps up. This story is just as much a page turner as the first two book proved to be. This whole series puts a great spin on the Legend of Sleepy Hollow and brings it to life in a way that will have readers mourning the ending of this trilogy. This is a young adult series that is sure to please any reader that picks it up and is definitely worth reading especially given the popularity of the show Sleepy Hollow. ( )
  lrhubble | Sep 20, 2014 |
I loved this book! The only complaint I have is that (spoiler alert!) Abbey dies. I thought there could be tons of other ways to save Caspian. Yes, I want her to be with him forever, but she had such a short life. Why waste it on a boyfriend when you could die naturally and still be with him? ( )
  neopian334 | May 18, 2014 |
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Seventeen-year-old Abbey knows that Caspian is her destiny and theirs is a bond that transcends even death, but as Abbey finally learns the full truth about the dark fate that links her to Caspian and ties them both to the town of Sleepy Hollow, she suddenly has some very difficult choices to make.

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