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Disintegration

(The Todor Trilogy #2)

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Aerie has fallen, and the land of Todor is on the brink of war. Famine and decay have touched every corner of the land. If Todor is to survive, Gemynd, Numa and Soman must fully embrace their powers, even as they continue to uncover more secrets and lies. Can Soman survive the aftermath of his role in the destruction of Aerie? Will Numa’s love for Gemynd endure even after ...more
Paperback, 428 pages
Published February 14th 2015 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Meghan
Apr 29, 2015 rated it it was amazing
"Aerie is gone. Your home is gone. Your teachers are gone and, yes, your ancestor is gone. Let yourself mourn; grieve for what you've lost, but let go of guilt and blame for these only serve to disrupt Oneness. And when you are able, step back an see that all of Todor is now like a blank parchment or an unfolded piece of clay. With the queen's death, Todor lost its ruler. With the destruction of Aerie, Todor lost its wealth. And with the end of Keeper Clary, Todor lost its history. Toro has a ch ...more
Tim Verhoeven
Mar 08, 2015 rated it really liked it
Disclosure: I have received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads. Other than winning the giveaway, I did not get any other form of payment. This review is 100% honest and in no way altered by Goodreads or the author. This review is also posted on my personal website: www.travelsinmedia.nl.

This is my review of the second book in The Todor Trilogy by Jenna Newell Hiott. Disintegration is still written in same three different POV’s (points of view) as book one: Revelation, namely those
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Jessica Bronder
Dec 20, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Disintegration jumps right back into the story of Todor right at the end of Revelation. Geymynd, Nuna, and Soman has been split up and not necessarily in a better place. Each one has to learn about their abilities and how they fit into this new world where friends have become enemies. Will they find their way back to each other to recreate this world or will they remain separated?

When the truth has been revealed things change, but it is how you respond to these truths that make us stronger. Geym
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Marisa
Apr 24, 2015 rated it really liked it
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After blowing through reading “Revelation”, I was eager to continue the story in “Disintegration”. Though you could continue to read it simply as fantasy, this books is heavier and encompasses moral relativism, metaphysics and definitions of reality. I really struggle with Numa’s perspective since she has so much power. Part of me also wonders, if it all real at all?

While I’d say the first book was a solid 5-star, I dropped this one down a star because I started to be so distracted and confused
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Betty Newell
Feb 25, 2015 rated it it was amazing
This second book of the Todor Trilogy is packed with action and food for thought! After the destruction of their homeland (in Revelation: Book 1), the Aerites find themselves scattered and living in environments foreign to them, facing unimagined challenges. They must learn to live with others whose ideals and characteristics differ, often not knowing who to trust. In the face of shocking devastations, Numa, Soman and Gemynd must overcome the pain of betrayal and search for inner strength and tr ...more
Jennifer
Feb 27, 2015 rated it liked it
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I won this book through Goodreads First Reads.

This book was surprisingly easy to read since I read it in three days. After the event of the end of the first book, I expected anger, violence, revenge. The book goes there but twists these expectations. The three main characters evolved, changed their mind in a believable way. But I don't know if some of the other characters are quite grown-up or more at peace whatever it happens.

It also got a really surprising end (view spoiler)
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Janet Wahl
Fantastic!

Although this book is categorized as fantasy (fantastic), I find it a morality tale that applies to the world situation today. Each character could represent aspects of society. One of the Ten Truths particularly impressed me: If we deny someone his power or free agency, we disrupt the Creative Force; if we give up our own power or vision for our lives, we disrupt the Creative Force. The only fantasy of this book is that we have forgotten our fantastic powers. Keep writing, Jenna. Your
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Sage Adderley-Knox
Dec 20, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Disintegration is such a fitting title for this second book in The Todor Trilogy. Like any good writer, Hiott had me sitting on the edge of my seat during the destruction and bleak time of Todor, then relaxed me as Gemynd, Numa and Soman worked towards finding each other and mending feelings. The dynamics of their relationship is much different in this book not only because they have matured, but because of the other people in their lives who have a heavy impact on them now. The ending is shocki ...more
emily
Dec 30, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Disintegration is superb! Seriously, it is amazing second book to The Todor Trilogy. I love how there was no weird time gaps in between the first and second novel, it made it so easy to jump right back into the story. I really feel like Disintegration really concentrated on the character development of Gemynd, Numa and Soman. The fantasy in this book is unbelievable, it never wavers. Todor is such a creatively developed place, which I love! I would recommend Disintegration to any fantasy lover o ...more
Jill
Mar 10, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I had a hard time putting this book down. It took me no time at all to read it. You didn't know what was going to happen from one second to the next.
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“Sometimes there is no distinction between imagination and reality,” Jenna Newell Hiott said with a shrug.

Yeah, she’s a little weird like that. And at the same time, she’s one of the most down-to-earth and hilarious people you’ll ever meet.

Jenna boasts of having a limitless imagination, unless it’s nap time. While many of us had an imaginary friend as children, Jenna had an entire imaginary family
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Other books in the series

The Todor Trilogy (3 books)
  • Revelation (The Todor Trilogy #1)
  • Unity (The Todor Trilogy, #3)