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Happy Birthday to You (Birthday Trilogy #3)

3.68 of 5 stars 3.68  ·  rating details  ·  68 ratings  ·  20 reviews
Newlyweds Cameron and Liesel Martin aren't able to celebrate their wedding bliss for long. Not only is Liesel unexpectedly pregnant... they're also facing the end of humanity! Liesel's evil witch sister Hannah has cast a spell to make all humans on Earth age a whole year with every day. It's up to Cameron and Liesel to stop her... and save the world! Who will survive? And ...more
Paperback, 328 pages
Published December 4th 2011 by Createspace (first published December 2nd 2011)
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Ok, I was hesitant about the first book but found myself enjoying it. I liked book two even more and actually found myself looking forward to book three. I wondered where Rowe would go with this one after having the main character experience the effects of agin both ways, i thought what next?
Well this time Cameron and his new wife Liesel are the only ones not aging, instead everyone in the world is affected, babies, teens, oap's, rich, poor - Everyone! the pair have just three weeks until the yo
Star (The Bibliophilic Book Blog)
Happy Birthday to You is the exciting conclusion to the Happy Birthday trilogy. Liesel and Cameron are recently married and are away from home with Cam's family. However, they need to figure out how they are going to stop Liesel's sister, Hannah, from killing off the entire human race. Hannah has cast a spell to make everyone on earth (aside from the few Hannah has selected) age 1 year for every day that passes. Once Hannah steps up the timetable and Cameron makes some new discoveries about hims ...more
This story is far to dark and twisted for me. I know the end of the world will sometimes bring out the worst in people but I refuse to believe that everyone will turn into heartless psychos.

Yes, I am sad. The trilogy is over and it didn’t end the way I expected. I had to take a moment to let it all sink in. This trilogy was a wonderful reading experience for me in that it was a different take on the paranormal. Birthdays as a story plot just seems like something that wouldn’t work once let alone throughout a trilogy but Brian Rowe did it. He had my attention from the first word of the first book all the way to the last word of the last book. I will try to do this book justice but m
Michelle  novelsontherun

I did wonder how Brian was going to tackle his cliffhanger, ‘take on the world to rescue’ plot at the end of ‘Happy Birthday To Me Again’...bahhahahahhaaa!! He did take it on:)

What didn’t Brian do to his characters??

Two teenagers, take on the responsibility for saving billions of people.

What could possibly go right?

This was part Final Destination throw in a quote from Wizard of Oz, a heck of a DragonballZ style smackdown complete with waring st
Savannah (Books With Bite)
Following from the very first book, I'm sad to see this series end. I loved how different this story is, yet exciting.

What I enjoyed this book is the epic battle. The author has greaty build up this battle with the first two books and I couldn't wait to see how it ends. Once again, there is rapid aging. Only this time it is not happening to Cameron but to the WHOLE world. People are aging fast and chaos breaks loose. People who where already old, aged with days and died. Baby's become teens and
This is the third and final book in this amazing trilogy. I have given all three books five stars because I LOVED the entire trilogy.

Cameron and Liesel have been through so much together. First there was the curse she put on him to make him age rapidly and then the curse she put on him to age backwards. Cameron and Liesel are now married and Liesel is pregnant. Now they have to deal with her evil sister Hannah. Cameron and Liesel have to find Hannah and stop her curse that she has put on the wor
Novels On The Run


I did wonder how Brian was going to tackle his cliffhanger, ‘take on the world to rescue’ plot at the end of ‘Happy Birthday To Me Again’...bahhahahahhaaa!! He did take it on:)

What didn’t Brian do to his characters??

Two teenagers, take on the responsibility for saving billions of people.

What could possibly go right?

This was part Final Destination throw in a quote from Wizard of Oz, a heck of a DragonballZ style smackdown compl
Sarita Lopez
Ok! This book was so incredibly amazing, I'm not sure where I should even begin. Happy Birthday To Me I enjoyed, Happy Birthday To Me Again had a terrible cliffhanger (and by terrible I mean that it was almost a "cruel and unusual punishment" to have to wait so long for book 3 to come out...Yes it was that good) and finally, Happy Birthday To YOU was in short, nothing of what you would have expected, and everything you wanted. Brian Rowe was so unbelieveably creative with this final book. Once a ...more
In this extremely dramatic third and final novella in the Birthday Trilogy, we find Cameron and Liesel where we left them. Everyone in the world is aging a year per day and they have to find Liesel's evil sister Hannah to stop the madness as soon as they can. Of course, on top of that Liesel's pregnant! Yikes!

This was the most action packed book out of the three. It was hard to put it down when one thing kept happening after another at such a frantic pace - and it should be frantic! Everyone is
Adam Smith
The eventful conclusion to the Birthday Trilogy.

Cameron has to face a new horror when the accelerated aging starts up again, but this time it's not happening to him; it's happening to everyone. With time running out Cam must find a way to break the spell before everyone on Earth dies of old age.

This book wasn't quite as exciting as the previous two; it had a lot happening and was engaging to read, but overall it felt like everything that was being done didn't really lead anywhere. The ending a
Well, it's over. Poor Cameron just can't catch a break. First he ages, then he gets younger, now he has to deal with his wife's crazy, evil witch sister Hannah. Hannah has the power of seven witches and wants to destroy the world along with everyone and everything Cam loves. I was somewhat dismayed with the turn of events in this third installment of the series. It seemed like every chapter involved a death. Not too much fun to read about but necessary to fully comprehend the true evil nature of ...more
Rebecca McKinnon
3.5 stars, rounded up to 4. I was given this book by the author in exchange for an honest review.

This was definitely my favorite book of the trilogy. I thought the plot was great (even though there were a few things that bugged me). There were a lot of twists that helped keep things interesting. I do have to say that at times I wondered if we were reading about the same character as in the first book, which was due in part to Cameron's growth as a character.

If you enjoyed the first two books in
Leigh Broxton
I wish I would have just stopped at the end of the second book. This story was so different from the first two books that it didn't even seem like the same series. The first two seemed fun and cute. This book was full of blood and death. Maybe it's just me, but I really didn't care for this at all.
Wow. What a fast-paced ending that was to the trilogy.

I especially loved how the time for a few key personalities came to an end from their point of view at the end of every chapter.

I liked how mature Cameron has gotten in this novel and how he knew at the end what he had to do.

I think it was mostly realistic, especially the end. That's when I started bawling.

All in all a great trilogy I really enjoyed.
Michele(mluker) Luker
In the first 2 books of this Trilogy, I laughed...out loud...and thought it was an incredible story with great imagination.

Boy, was I floored with the third and final installment. It was so intense, I just couldn't stop reading. With the whole world aging, the emotional ride that Brian took me on was the complete opposite. I cried...and cried...and cried...It's an incredible series that I highly recommend.
This book was crazy! Where the first two books were suspenseful in a light, humorous way, this book was much darker and almost twisted in a way. This bothered me at first, but after reading more of the book, I definitely agreed that it was necessary. There was a twist at the end that surprised me but in a good way, since the ending wasn't as predictable as I expected.
I bought this series on my kindle fire because the first book was free and the rest of the trilogy was cheap. I never expected it to be a a page turner, but was pleasantly surprised on the emotional roller coaster that Brian Rowe took his readers on.
❤ ℒucy ↁiamonds ❤

This was definitely... different (in a both good and bad way.) It’s pretty hard to relate to this book, but the characters were realistic.

It was still a fun, fast-paced book.
Karen Anderson
The last book was a bit of a stretch
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Brian Rowe is a writing fiend, book devotee, film fanatic, and constant dreamer. He's written nine novels, dozens of short stories, five feature-length screenplays, and hundreds of film articles and essays. He is one half of the blog Story Carnivores, where he reviews the latest in books and film. He is currently pursuing his MA in English at the University of Nevada, Reno, and is hard at work on ...more
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