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(Endgame: The Training Diaries #3)

3.99  ·  Rating details ·  151 ratings  ·  13 reviews
ebook, 100 pages
Published June 9th 2015 by HarperCollins (first published November 22nd 2014)
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Gabriela Chinchayán valdivieso
Las historias son buenas y nos ayuda a entender más a los personajes, algunos se merecen 5* pero mmm la última historia no me gustó mucho, era algo tonta a comparación de todo lo que hemos visto.
Dec 07, 2015 rated it really liked it
Let's just keep this simple, okay? I'll be reviewing each of the characters' backstory individually.

He is one of the most normal characters (for me) along with Sarah because of his backstory. He parties. He flirts. He drinks. Just like any normal teenager would do. But when it comes to his mom, all hell breaks loose. Jago meets this girl. His mom doesn't approve. Shit happens. Hearts get broken. This is how it goes. I feel sad for Jago. He eventually meets Sarah so yay!

I hated him in End
Annabella Kuehn
Aug 09, 2015 rated it really liked it
First half :
Jo Stevens
Apr 08, 2018 rated it really liked it
I can't say these are the best books I've ever read but they aren't the worst and they are good enough at teasing about the main books that I can't wait to read Endgame: The Calling. ...more
Sep 08, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Of the three novellas, this one is my favorite.
LaTrice McNeil-Smith
Jan 13, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2018-book-list
By far the best of the Training Diaries Trilogy. The writing was also much better.
Dec 29, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Marcus' charismatisches Verhalten wickelt fast jeden um den Finger. Sein Ehrgeiz, sich als würdiger Spieler für Endgame zu qualifizieren, nimmt ihm meist die Sicht, sich den wirklich wichtigen Dingen zu widmen. Aber so wurde er erzogen. Er ist ein Kandidat, zusammen mit anderen wird er für die Spiel ausgebildet. Vor allem Alexander ist sein härtester Konkurrent. Aber mit ihm entwickelt sich auch eine Freundschaft, die beiden bald zum Verhängnis wird.

Marcus war eine Person in Endgame, die arrogan
Feb 02, 2015 rated it really liked it
Existence is the last Training Diaries book and it gives us the background of the players Jago, An, Sarah, and Hilal. An's story was to be expected - he hints that his upbringing and training for Endgame was quite brutal, and he wasn't exaggerating. I was surprised by Jago's story, as I didn't expect that he cared so much about another girl before Sarah. Im sad at the turn of events that occurred in his case though. Hilal's story was probably my least favorite as it wasn't as exciting as the oth ...more
Ece Sayin
Aug 03, 2016 rated it really liked it
Ya ben bu kitabı çok sevdim! Kitap Jago, An Liu, Hilal ve Sarah'ın oyundan önceki hikayelerini konu alıyor. Karakterlerin oyundan önceki hayatları kimi zaman beni fazlasıyla üzdü, kimi zamansa "e yuh artık" dedirtti. Jago'nun hikayesini okuduğumda ona olan sempatim arttı ve karakteri daha da çok sevdim, An Liu ise benim kitapta en uzak olduğum karakterdi ama küçük An için kalbim parçalandı. Hilal ise gerçekten öyle sıkıcıydı ki, yorumda bulunmamam onun için en iyisi... Sarah'ın oyundan önceki ha ...more
Ian Mellark
Sep 16, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Me encanta saber mas de los personajes que tanto me gustaron de ENDGAME... Quizá pensé que la historia de Sarah seria diferente... Pero la de Jago me pareció fuerte igual que la de blinkblink Ang lee Blinkblink
Habrá una serie de vídeos en mi canal hablando de cada uno de los personajes... Incluso habrá una reedición del video de chiyoko! Si te gusto ENDGAME Y ESTE MUNDO CREADO, PASA A MI CANAL DE YOUTUBE encontrarás la historia de CHIYOKO y una reseña de este libro!
Jay Barcelona
Aug 08, 2015 rated it really liked it
- Jago (4/5). I really find his mafia-ish family interesting, but I feel sorry for the girl.
- An (5/5). He is perhaps the most psychologically-damaged Player. Me wants to give him a hug.
- Hilal (5/5). His story makes you think of your principles, of how you "play" your own battle.
- Sarah (4/5). Of all the Players I think she's the most inexperienced one, but how come she's at par with other Players in The Calling? Is she really that good?
Evan Kirby
Feb 25, 2016 rated it liked it
Another solid entry in these prequels. I'll say they do a pretty good job of shading in the characters and I'm back to looking forward to reading Sky Key even after The Calling left me feeling pretty bland about this series, but I'm hoping Sky Key take the next step and sets this apart from your run-of-the-mill Young Adult series. ...more
nathalia borghi
Dec 28, 2015 rated it it was amazing
the. best. characters. and. stories.

I love Hilal, Sarah and Jago - and am honestly afraid and hate An Liu - so it's no wonder this was going to be an either love or hate book. And I love it, it's the most intense and well constructed set of prequels of this series.
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