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This is not the time for the fight to end. Now is when the fight will begin. This is the time to regain what has been lost.Alera

Queen of a fallen kingdom, secretly in love with the enemy.

Shaselle

Daughter of a murdered father, rebel with a cause.

One lives behind the former Hytanican palace walls and walks the razor's edge to keep the fragile peace in her beloved homeland. T
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Paperback, 438 pages
Published October 23rd 2012 by Harlequin Teen
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Leslie Vasquez
Crossing my fingers that Alera will stop being a dumbass n go back to steldor!
Fani
Considering this was my most anticipated read in 2012, I feel I have a right to feel so slighted and disappointed by the way it turned out, so bear with me if I get a little too harsh on my criticims:)

Not only did it not continue in the venue of the second book, where Alera finally turned from a hesitant girl to a decisive leader, not only did she became once again as impassive as she was in the first book, she even betrayed her country and friends in favor of her beloved!

Alera is the Grand Pro
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Sydney Kate
My god. That's all I can say. This book took me an ENTIRE MONTH to complete - that's how much I didn't like it. Don't get me wrong, I finished the other 2 in a day each, and I enjoyed both novels, but oh god, this was just terrible!

First off, with all these novels with empowering women coming out, I feel like this one is a step back. I mean Alera, she just sits around hoping for the best, doing everything she can for Narian, and I cannot take it. I mean if something invaded my country, I'd be do
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Cindy
Cover love! This is the most PERFECT cover! This girl actually looks like my Alera ( you know the one I picture in my head) Love the dress. Can't wait for the book to be in my greedy little hands and devouring it's pages.:D

Alera, Narian, Steldor, London, Cannon and Shaselle, Yay they are all in the final book to this amazing series. I was so glad to see Narian back in full force commanding Hytanican with Alera by his side. Narian is just so wise and smart beyond his years. Steldor is back in all
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Zografia
i really cant wait! Allegiance, despite the war and hytanica's defeat, ended pretty well. I loved the ending, and I just cant imagine what is going to happen next. Is Hytanica going to be free? Will a new enemy appear? Will any other die? Will Nantilam die without having a heir? That would be quite a scandal. I hope she doesnt, I liked her from the first book. She is one of my favourite characters..!Plus, Kokyri is really cool, with all those weapons and the women fighters! I dont like the Hyta ...more
Alexa
First Thoughts: This was the perfect middle ground between the slow pace of Legacy and the quick action-packed scenes of Allegiance. With a fitting ending and a story I found myself absorbed in, I could forgive the few things that annoyed me and enjoy the conclusion to one of the best series I've read.

(Review originally posted on Alexa Loves Books)

I’m an ardent lover of the Legacy trilogy. I absolutely adore Cayla Kluver's writing style, the incredible world she’s managed to create, and the char
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Christina (A Reader of Fictions)
Originally posted on A Reader of Fictions.

The Legacy Trilogy has not garnered immense acclaim from most of my blogger friends. In fact, a full three of them rated the first book one star on Goodreads. So yeah, these books aren't for everyone, and I know that, but, despite them being imperfect, I really love this series. Sacrifice was one of my most desired ARCs of 2012, and that's why it was my first ARC request as a YABC staff reviewer. I'm happy to have been able to read it early, because, yet
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Isabella
Alright, I said when I read this book that I would review it. I am now, after months of stalling, writing it. I love Legacy. It is my favorite series. But I don't love this book. I don't hate it, but I am seriously disappointed with it, and there are some things about it that just make me angry. And worst of all, my opinion of it soured a lot the more I thought about it, which is not good in a book.


Alera When she wasn’t drooling over Narian (something she never did in the earlier books) she was
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Bambie
Oct 20, 2012 Bambie marked it as to-read
Very excited for this book. I have only read allegience , have not yet obtained the first book as i did not realise that alegience was the second. in the second book i was dissapointed by the relationship outcome between steldor and Alera - i felt that there was actually a lot of chemistry between them and if she could just stop mooning over narian she could be really really happy with him - maybe this is just becuse i didn't see her relationship with Narian in the first book? but as much as i w ...more
Sena
That is hours I will never get back of my life. If I had known how this series would end I would never have picked it up!
Throughout the fist two novels Allera was growing as a character and the the third book she completely reverts into a spoiled, selfish brat. She took no care for her people's welfare and continually put all of her trust into her boyfriend. She is a terrible heroine.
Shaselle is our other heroine in this story. She could have offered a different perspective on the story but di
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Maraki M.
Μετά από ενάμιση χρόνο αναμονής, πήρα στα χέρια μου την "Θυσία". Οι αναγνώστες της σειράς την περιμέναμε πολύ καιρό, όμως, όπως λέει μια παροιμία, το καλό πράγμα αργεί να γίνει. Φυσικά, δεν περίμενα τίποτε λιγότερο από την Κέιλα Κλούβερ.

Μετά την κατάκτηση της Υτάνικα από τους Κοκυριανούς, οι κάτοικοι προσπαθούν να προσαρμοστούν στην νέα τους ζωή - ανεπιτυχώς. Η Αλίρα, πλέον, ως Περιφερειάρχης, πρέπει να κάνει ό,τι καλύτερο μπορεί για τον λαό της και παράλληλα να μην δυσαρεστήσει την Μεγάλη Ιέρει
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Aleeshas2
Sacrifice , the last of the Legacy trilogy tells of the ongoing dispute between the two Kingdoms of Hytanica aand Cokyrian. With Narian finally by her side, Alera, newly stripped of her crown assumes her new position as Grand Provost of the Hytanican province as she attempts to maintain order amongst her people in the mist of rebellion and unfair treatment from the enemy . If you are yet to read this novel I will tell you now not to expect the same writing structure found in the preivious two no ...more
Tiffany (About to Read)
Sacrifice is a phenomenal conclusion to the Legacy trilogy. The second novel in the series, Allegiance, had so many twists and turns that I wasn’t really sure what to expect in Sacrifice. I am happy to say that it was just as engaging as the previous novels and had a lot of action, despite the conquest of Hytanica in the previous novel.

Cayla Kluver is amazing at character development. The cast of characters we have grown to know in Hytanica are smart, cunning, and persistent—which means they won
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Celine
Review originally posted in: http://forget8me8not.blogspot.com.au/...

Cover:
I like how the red colour of the girl's dress stands out from the background. Although, I think I prefer the US cover because it reflects the story more, compared to the Aussie cover.

Story:

In war, for peace, sacrifice is always necessary...

If you remember reading my review of Legacy and Allegiance, then you'll know how much I enjoyed Cayla's books. This historical series, combined with a touch of fantasy is really entranc
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Brittany Rehage
I'm not really sure how I feel about Sacrifice. Was it a good book? Yes. Was it engaging? Yes. But things were missing, and I didn't find myself enjoying Sacrifice as much as I had hoped.

First, the romance. In the previous two books, I felt it. I was swooning as much as Alera was. In Sacrifice, I didn't feel it. Sure, Kluver told me about how amazing Narian was and how sweet, but she didn't show me like she did in the previous books. I feel like there needs to be more than kissing to make me fal
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Debbie (at) I Heart YA Books
Sacrifice was a great ending to the Legacy series. This last novel did leave me heartbroken for Steldor, but really, I guess this whole series has left my heart bleeding for this beautiful guy. I knew by the second book Allegiance that Steldor wasn't going to get Alera—the girl he loved with all his heart. I accepted that. I accepted that Narian was the guy Alera loved, but I was hoping that in this final book I would at least get the ending I wanted for Steldor. And the one he deserved. But Ste ...more
Kelsea Clemente
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Layla
I was hoping for more with this third book. The author fell back into the over descriptive trance from the first book. The dissolution of Alera's marriage was way too easy and convenient. Her undying love for this man who destroyed her country is so unbelievable. It seemed like the author was trying to make a statement about women being able to lead, but Alera is not a good example of a woman in charge. This series could have been great, but instead just fell flat.

Shashelle was a terrible additi
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Kaitlyn
Honestly, this book kinda dissapointed. I had high expectations for this considering the previous book but... well it didn't reach them. Mostly what annoyed me the most was the ending (don't worry I'm not going to spoil it). I mean it just ended! There were so many things left unaddresses but did the author put in an epiloge? No! Instead there's discussion questions!! I mean COME ON! And this is the last book right? I mean its a triology. I don't know, maybe if the author makes a whole epiloge t ...more
Teya
OH MY HECK!! I loved and hated the end! It just feels like their could be another yet it closed well. AAAAHHHHH!!!!!!!! Excellent book great series, great character development. Endearing, clean, I am impressed! I think one of the reasons I love this book, is reality. It has a taste of reality to it. Not everyone gets their Happily ever after or what they want, they get what they need, type of thing. It's subtle but there and underlining of the books. A must read!
Sandie Mixa
I loved this final book in the series. It was so hard to put down. The plot was intriguing and I liked the way things wrapped up. I highly recommend this series.
Page (One Book At A Time)
Man was I worried about this one. I loved the first two in the series but I was so apprehensive that it could not end in a manner that would be true to the story and make me happy. Tall order I know, but I wanted to see how it could be done.

The end of book two left me reeling. War and country take over is not a new topic to me. But for some reason the way it was presented really hit home for me. This book begins with the devastated country ripped of everything it has ever known. Countless high
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Amanda
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Dark Faerie Tales
Review courtesy of Dark Faerie Tales

Quick & Dirty: In this series finale, a young queen must find it in herself to free her people. But at what price will it cost her?

Opening Sentence: The Captain of the guard instinctively glanced behind, scanning the palace’s third-floor corridor for enemies who might be monitoring him.


The Review:

It’s not a secret that I’m a fan of Cayla Kluver and her Legacy series. When I was given a copy of Sacrifice, the third and final book in the series, I jumped for
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Michelle
Posted on Dark Faerie Tales.

It’s not a secret that I’m a fan of Cayla Kluver and her Legacy series. When I was given a copy of Sacrifice, the third and final book in the series, I jumped for joy. I couldn’t wait to see where Alera would take me next, in her not so normal life, built around a fantastic world filled with wonder and amazement. Reading Sacrifice was a little bittersweet. I didn’t want the series to end, but on the other hand I wanted to know the answers to my questions, and i wanted
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Aparajitabasu
A worth the wait book. Presenting Legacy #3 Sacrifice by Cayla Kluver.

Here is the summary of the book:

This is not the time for the fight to end. Now is when the fight will begin. This is the time to regain what has been lost. Alera. Queen of a fallen kingdom, secretly in love with the enemy. Shaselle Daughter of a murdered father, rebel with a cause. One lives behind the former Hytanican palace walls and walks the razor's edge to keep the fragile peace in her beloved homeland. The other slips t
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Grace
Rating 4.5
This book was nearly everything I wanted it to be. Now that nearly is a very slight one, verging on non-existent, but it is still there and undoubtedly, and quite sadly as well, this is the part that I will probably remember this book by. This is it, I'll get it out of the way. The main characters never had a climatic, in your face moment of legendary-ness. They were fantastic, the whole way, but I just wanted there to be a time where they stepped up and blew everything else away. Simi
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Mara
Cover Blurb: Yes or No? Definitely not. I love the curlicues and even the dress (though the sleeves are not my favorite), but I dislike the character impersonator - a lot. And like Allegiance, it looks like a cheap Christian romance.

Characters: I really wish that I could say Alera has improved in some minuscule way. I wish I could say that I managed to like her toward the end of the book. I wish I could say that she has become something of a character and has begun to learn what it means to be a
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Christy
Sacrifice is the final book in The Legacy Trilogy, and reading it was very bittersweet. I was excited to get back into that world and find out how everything turned out for the characters I have grown to love so much, but it was sad knowing that it was all coming to an end. Of course, there was a bit of trepidation about whether or not Sacrifice would deliver. So did it? Yes! In fact, I think this was my favorite of the three.

Sacrifice picks up a few months after Allegiance left off, and the kin
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Bluerose's  Heart
*DO NOT READ THIS IF YOU HAVEN'T READ LEGACY AND ALLEGIANCE! THERE WILL BE SPOILERS FOR THE FIRST TWO BOOKS!

It's always hard on the last book in a series. Readers become so invested in the characters that if things don't work out like they want, it really makes a negative impression of the whole series...at least for me.

I think Kluver did an amazing job of wrapping everything up in Sacrifice. I'll admit I prefer more closure with my books, but other than that, I was mostly very pleased.

In Allegi
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Cayla Kluver is the author of the Legacy Series (LEGACY, 2011; ALLEGIANCE, 2012; SACRIFICE, 2012). Her new book THE QUEEN'S CHOICE will be published by HarlequinTEEN in winter 2013/spring 2014.

Cayla spends her free time singing, reading, dancing, and horseback riding. Her office is filled with twinkly lights. She travels frequently to speak at middle and high schools, libraries, and book conventio
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“He took a breath, then proclaimed, 'Lady Shaselle of Hytanica, I am in love with you.'
I burst into laughter, pulling my legs up to ease my aching stomach muscles. He rolled onto his side to look at me, propping his head up with his hand.
'I'm serious,' he insisted, grinning foolishly at me.
'You're drunk.'
'True, but even drunks can be in love.”
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