A Million Worlds With You

A Million Worlds With You

eBook - 2016
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The fate of the multiverse rests in Marguerite's hands in the final installment of the Firebird trilogy by Claudia Gray. Ever since she used the Firebird, her parent's invention, to cross through alternate dimensions, Marguerite has been at the centre of a cross-dimensional feud. Now she has learned that the evil Triad Corporation plans to destroy hundreds of universes, using their ultimate weapon: another dimension's Marguerite who is wicked, psychologically twisted, and always one step ahead. Even though her boyfriend Paul has always been at Marguerite's side, the Triad's last attack has left him a changed man, and he may never be the same again. Marguerite alone must stop Triad and prevent the destruction of the multiverse. It's a battle of the Marguerites . . . and only one can win.
Publisher: New York :, HarperCollins,, 2016.
Characteristics: 1 online resource.
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc
Series Volume: 3.
Notes: Downloadable eBook.
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sarahbru17 Jul 03, 2017

Characters: 8/10
Plot: 10/10
Writing: 9/10
This series got better and better with each book. I'm very satisfied with the ending, although I was petrified up to the very end (my muscles were shaking from clenching them in fear).

Feb 16, 2017

A Million Worlds With You by Claudia Gray is the third and final book of the Firebird trilogy. Marguerite Caine is determined to save the multiverse from collapsing and being destroyed forever; countless lives and dimensions are at sake. With a race against time, she moves forward with her family and friends to save her world and countless others. A Million Worlds With You has a clever storyline with well-written world-building; there are some interesting twists and turns throughout the novel that kept me entertained. The characters are well-developed, and there is mistrust and high tension throughout, clouding the characters’ motivations and judgments at times. The novel does contain a few vulgar words, but keeps it minimal for its audience. There is also a predictable romantic subplot that is a bit cliched and cheesy at times, but honestly, it didn’t prevent me from enjoying the novel and the story’s adventure. I would give this novel a 3 out of 5. It was well-written and entertaining; I couldn’t put the novel down, only reading it in a few weeks. The world-building and multi-dimensional world travelling was mapped out excellently, and the tension and adventure was present and focused. A Million Worlds with You is a good, solid read. @papertiger of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

At last, I finished reading the final book of Claudia Gray’s Firebird trilogy: A Million Worlds With You. I thoroughly enjoyed the Firebird trilogy, and I thought the idea of using dimensions as the plot was so unique; I absolutely loved it! I enjoyed the first two books, but this one -- not as much. Don’t get me wrong, it was still pretty good, but Marguerite’s thoughts were slightly annoying. She made sure to describe the enormity of Paul’s muscle and body at least ten times, and explain how he was different from other guys and it was what made him so special. Along with that, she mentioned the fact that Paul bought his clothing from Goodwill multiples of times, and the more she said it, the more I began to wonder if she was in a relationship with him out of pure pity. Of course, Marguerite’s character was not written to be any sort of antagonist, but I just felt that her remarks on her boyfriend were quite repetitive. All negatives aside, A Million Worlds With You was still a great book! I give this book 3.5/5 stars and recommend this to readers ages 13 and up.
- @ilovefood of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

So me being the awesome genius I was, I didn't realize that this was the third book until after I got it from the library. Oops. I was faced with the decision of reading it, or returning it to actually read the first and second ones first. Because I did wait a while for this book, I decided to wing it and try to grasp at the ideas as quickly as possible. It was actually kind of nice because there were a lot of parts that related to the main concepts in the previous book, which I would be like "oh okay that happened" and such. In ways, I guess you have to just take it in for what it is. I do however recommend reading the first book before, as readers may then actually bond more with the characters, but this is a great ending! 4.5/5 stars
- @Siri of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

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