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Všechny barvy Země (Across the Universe #3)

4.15 of 5 stars 4.15  ·  rating details  ·  18,677 ratings  ·  2,789 reviews
Závěrečný díl vesmírné trilogie...

Amy a Syn konečně opustili skličující zdi vesmírné lodi Universum. Jsou připravení začít znovu, vybudovat si nový domov – na Zemi Centauri, planetě, ke které musela Amy plout přes celý vesmír. Ale nová Země není rájem, v který doufala. Jsou tu obrovští pterodaktylové, květiny, jejichž vůně vás paralyzuje, a tajuplné ruiny, které skrývají m
Hardcover, 382 pages
Published March 18th 2013 by CooBoo (first published January 15th 2013)
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May 04, 2013 Jude marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2013
Updated Version:

LOOK AT THAT UGLINESS!!! I'm exited to read it though :3


What in the F*** where this people thinking when they made this cover!!!????

Thank You for Ruining My Collection!!! This will just clash fabulously in my shelf! THANKS A LOT!

Annabelle Marie Veronica

I love a good sci-fi series, especially the wild ones. It's not often we get to experience an entirely new planet, and it was fun to try that in this novel. It's fast-paced, almost a thriller, but doesn't quite reach this level. Even so, it's a major page turner that kept me up late into the night. This last installment was just as brill as the two books that came before. This review kind of makes it sound like I didn't love this book, but believe me, I di
Minutes after I finished SHADES OF EARTH:


SHADES OF EARTH is seriously one of the best finales to a YA trilogy EVER. So much action, so many secrets, so many betrayals, SO MUCH EMOTIONS. I still can't get over how much I adore this book -- and this series.

Guys, you are going to LOVE SHADES OF EARTH. It's definitely my favorite in this trilogy (and I love all of them), and Beth Revis just made this awesome and epic and wonderful and inc
Seen at Scott Reads It

"Space may be the final frontier but it's made in a Hollywood basement" - Red Hot Chili Peppers

There will be spoilers for Across The Universe and A Million Suns. In this review there are no spoilers for Shades of Earth at all.
You're probably asking yourself: "Why is he quoting the Red Hot Chili Peppers?". I have always wanted to go to space and discover new planets and stars. The likelihood of me going to space is probably is about as likely as me winning the lottery j
Emily May

3 1/2 stars

I was so prepared to give this series conclusion four stars right up until that cheesy ending. I knew it was going to happen, I was hoping it wouldn't but, deep down, I just knew it would. I've given the first two books - Across the Universe and A Million Suns - four and three stars respectively, the latter rating being mainly because I thought the characters lacked development and personality, despite the fact that I love the idea behind the story. On that front, I think Ms Revis fi
Wow. What a conclusion.

And that's all I'm gonna say until closer to the release date. :)

Hormonal Pre-Review

No. NO. FUCK no.
How could Penguin do this?
Those original AtU covers are my favorite covers in the entire world. Out of every book in the world, those two book covers are my absolute favorites. And then they redesign them. Seriously?

We should revolt at Penguin Headquarters. All of us. Let's go!
Jessica (Goldenfurpro)
This was a great ending to the series!!
While I am sad to see the series go... I like the way it concluded.

The cover doesn't look as bad anymore. I still really really REALLY want a pretty star cover but now this cover doesn't look as flat as before. Am I making sense? Maybe?
Well, I think the cover is okay... (I still don't like the cover changes though)


And if
Catriona (LittleBookOwl)
no no no no NO NO NO!
I hate these new covers. NO!
And now: < / 3
They will not match as well OHMYFUCKINGGODNOOOOOOO
Not happy. Can you tell?
OH FREX THAT WAS LOONS!!!! Mind is totally blown!

Maybe I'm just coming off my book high but it is 5am and after not being able to put the book down for longer than to eat and run to the bathroom a couple times I must say I thought it was a fabulously, nerve wracking, intense, epic, mind blowing conclusion!

I was so excited to finally get the Frozens woken up and to see this planet and what is inhabiting it. As expected total epic chaos ensued! Distrust and lies continued. Murders around every co
Katie Stout
This has been a really great series for me. I've enjoyed watching Amy and Elder's journey since the beginning, and I think the first chapter in Across the Universe is one of the most well-written first chapters in YA. I've been looking forward to Shades of Earth since I finished A Million Suns in November of 2011, and I'm here to say that this book provides great closure for a great series.

First, I think it's important to note that this book is a lot different than the first two in that it doesn
Edit 1/4/13

Sadly it didn't turn out as good as I hoped it would be. *sigh*

Review to come.


So, for Across the Universe we got this gorgeous cover

And for A Million Suns, we were greeted with an equally stunning one

So naturally, I was expecting something FABULOUS *fan girl moments* for the last installment, Shades of Earth. And lo and behold....

TA-DA! Cover reveal!




That's a joke..... right? please say yes please say yes pleeaassee I beg of you

*waits for response*

What did y
Kat (Lost in Neverland)
Ah, I'm very excited for this book. Know why?


Aliens are coming. Aliens.



Update: Seriously, what the FUCK is up with that cover? That does not match the first two and probably will look like crap next to my ATU and AMS.

Jul 06, 2012 Kaede marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Initial Reaction: Damn. I love the title. Can't wait to see the cover!

Final Reaction: That cover is a joke...right?
WHY DID I PUT Shades of Earth OFF FOR FIFTEEN DAYS?!!! ARGHHH! Yes. Fifteen days is a long time to put off a book that was number five on your ten most anticipated books of the year. And a book that. Was. Just. Soooooooo. Good. And evil! And Good! No… IT WAS AWESOME!

‘What is in our hearts is real whether we name it or let it exist only in darkness or silence.’

Okay. So. Beth Revis is evila genius … an evil genius. Why can’t all YA authors be like her? Seriously. All those other authors need
Chelsea ❤Peril Please❤
No going back now. Breathe in. Breathe out.
Oh, stars, Amy, I'm sorry.

Well...that was just wow. Remember when I asked for maybe just a little more peril for this final book in my last review? Well, Revis delivered. This book was everything the others were not-it had angst. It had danger. It was perilous. And I was so shocked when it became so angsty that my stomach twisted up in knots-the other books had all the things above, but in no way did they compare to the level they reached with this ins
Final rating: /

"But there’s a difference, isn’t there? Between saying goodbye and death.

One word: omfgthiswassofrexingepicthatihavenowordslefttoexpresswhatithink...
there, i wrote it XD

Anyway. Awesome conclusion to one of my favorite ya sci fi series. I am glad that Beth Revis didn't fail me with all her glorious plot twists and awesomeness. I liked every moment of it, and i just can't help but think that i would love if this book was longer! It seemed to me too short, but still, there wasn'
It’s over. I am so sad. The last of the trilogy! But it was oh so frexing good! This was my favorite of the series. Just wow. So many secrets and betrayals, I don’t think I ever knew what was going to happen next. After the first book I had a hard time envisioning how Revis would keep the series going for two more books, but what she did was brilliant!

Since this is the last of a series, I don’t want to go into the plot to much. I’ll just refer you to my review of book one: Across the Universe. S
Beatriz  Lins
What the hell!? I was hoping the cover would be BEAUTIFUL, and breath-taking, just like Across the Universe and A Million Suns, and this is what I got?
Why do you keep changing the covers??

I'm so disappointed. Seriously.
* 4.5/5 stars.
Wow, that was so good! What a great way to end this trilogy. I loved the first book, Across the Universe, was a bit underwhelmed by the second book, A Million Suns, and then got pleasantly surprised by this one! The best part of the book was definitely the plot. Beth Revis had the tough task of introducing a whole new planet into the story while also wrapping up plot lines from the previous books, and she managed to do that oh, so well. The story took so many twists and turns and I
sunset shimmer
I have many, many problems with this series. Mainly the absolutely unbearable characters and romance. And another problem I've found myself having is how much Amy and Elder's voices mesh together for me. I could read several paragraphs before I realize "Oh wait, this is in Elder's/Amy's POV! Woopsies!" And don't even get me fucking started on the goddamn made-up swear word.

But I do admit that I enjoyed the concept and the plot, and I thought it all ended nicely until that very final chapter that
Aug 06, 2012 Lindsey marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
2013?!?! As in, NEXT YEAR?!
There's no way I can wait that long!!!
*Locks herself in cryo chamber*
Unfreeze me when the book arrives.


Um, wow, guys. That's just the redesign cover. No need to get upset.
I'm sure there'll another better one. One with beautiful stars and silhouettes. Something that stays true to the other two books.
Feb 08, 2014 PaperFantasies rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to PaperFantasies by: Laura
Oh my frexing phydus! 2013?!?!? Ok fess up who changed the publication date????? Huh!? That better be changed pronto!!! Ughh shite I'm suffering here!

Update (4/25/12) It's been too long. Is it out yet? NO?!?! Well why the phydus not? Arghhh any longer and I might consider freezing meh-self to save myself from the wait....

FREX! 2013 emerge!
Amber (Books of Amber)
I'm feeling a lot of different emotions now that I've read this book. Across the Universe is one of the first debuts and series that I started reading when I was a baby book blogger, and now it has come to an end. Since reading the first book, I've experienced so much both as a blogger, in 'real' life, and as a reader. I am so happy that such a good series has been with me along the way. Does that sound weird? Probably.

Full review here:
Why can't ANY publisher stay with their original cover design?! Is your opinion on something you came up with yourselves really changing that much in three damn years?!
I'm so not happy with this!
Feb 20, 2012 Raghad marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
what 2013!!!!! were gonna die in 2012!!!!

Diane ϟ [ Lestrange ]
2013? dang!
Shades of Earth presents a stunning conclusion to the Across the Universe saga. Following Amy and Elder through their final, life-altering choices and revelations, it brings this space odyssey down to earth.

Godspeed has arrived at Centauri-Earth. Despite warnings of monsters below, Amy and Elder take over 1000 of the people on the ship down to the surface along with all the frozens, leaving Bartie to lead the people left on Godspeed. Once they reach the surface--after a very bumpy ride down--Amy
Giselle at Book Nerd Canada
What can I say about the last book in this epic series? I can say that it turned out to be my favourite of the trilogy. It also gave me different expectations than what I was predicting causing me to whoop with joy. Normally a book that ends either finishes strong or it leaves me with even more questions. Shades of Earth felt finished and I applaud Beth Revis for taking me on this journey.

Elder knows the unknown and is scared out of his mind. Having to be a leader on a strange new planet takes a
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We ♥ YA Books! : * Shades of Earth by Beth Revis ::finished:: 29 54 Jun 13, 2014 11:23PM  
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Beth Revis wrote her first books as a student in classrooms, when the professors did not hold her interest and she jotted down stories instead of taking notes.

Beth writes science fiction and fantasy novels for teens. Her debut novel, ACROSS THE UNIVERSE, will be published by Razorbill/Penguin in Spring 2011. Beth is represented by Merrilee Heifetz at Writers House.

Beth also runs a blog on writing
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Other Books in the Series

Across the Universe (3 books)
  • Across the Universe (Across the Universe, #1)
  • A Million Suns (Across the Universe, #2)
Across the Universe (Across the Universe, #1) A Million Suns (Across the Universe, #2) As They Slip Away (Across the Universe, #2.5) The Body Electric Love Is A Choice (Across the Universe, #0.6)

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