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Echi in tempesta

(La Passe-Miroir #4)

3.75  ·  Rating details ·  10,723 ratings  ·  1,373 reviews
Crollati gli ultimi muri della diffidenza, Ofelia e Thorn si amano ormai appassionatamente. Tuttavia non ufficialmente: la loro unione deve infatti rimanere nascosta perché possano continuare a indagare di concerto sull’indecifrabile codice di Dio e sulla misteriosa figura dell’Altro, l’essere di cui non si conosce l’aspetto, ma il cui potere devastante continua a far crol ...more
Paperback, 576 pages
Published July 1st 2020 by e/o (first published November 28th 2019)
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Mary
Jun 06, 2020 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
I hated this book. The more I think about it the more I hate it, I better stop or I'll end up despising the very paper it's written on. I had a feeling this would happen because I wasn't a fan of La Mémoire de Babel but I hoped this book would redeem it: silly me for thinking that, when the signs were all there.

Thinking back to the first two books in the series (which I really loved), I realise that what pulled me in was the whole politics-and-court-drama thing and there was nothing like that he
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Gaelle ✨ (asparklingchapter)
Mais ce puits n'était pas plus vrai qu'un lapin d'Odin. 🐰

Honestly, my emotions are all over the place. This was a brilliant conclusion to this marvelous series. This book was truly moving and self-reflecting. I am in awe and heartbroken, wow. I'll forever cherish those characters, and Ophelie is for sure in my top 5 main characters of all times, hands down. Also, Christine Dabos has some wonderful writing skills, I hope the English version does justice to the original.
5/5 stars, THIS BOOK. I CRI
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The Artisan Geek
27/11/19
Bruh. I needed this book like yesterday. I would honestly start learning French just to read this lmao.


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Sara the dreamer
3.5*
Ok so. I stayed up late last night to finish this book and I’m very sad to say that this is maybe my least favorite in the entire series. The very very end - and by that I mean the last ten pages or so - were extremely disappointing.
Overall, I felt like this last book was trying too much: the plot was too complicated for nothing, with new characters suddenly having so much more importance than the other ones we followed since book one, plus plot points that served nothing and were introduce
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Mathilde
Feb 16, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
There's always going to be high emotional stakes when it comes to the final book in a series you really loved, and I knew that going in. Nevertheless, even that knowledge couldn't protect me from being very sad at the end. I have so many thoughts (and feelings!).

First off, I definitely understand why people did not like this book as much (the lower average rating on Goodreads had mentally prepared me a little- though ofc it's still above 4 stars). In any instance where you build your world arou
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Marine
~2.75 stars.

Well, I’m disappointed. RTC


Original review: I am so, so excited for this book, y'all have no idea.
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Michael Finocchiaro
- NO SPOILERS -
The end of this quartet was sometimes hard to follow, but still fun to read and of course it was great to accompany Ophélie on the end of her adventures. I wish we had seen more of Archibald and Berenilde, but there was a LOT of ground to cover in this book and I think that Dabos just didn't have the space to include any more about them. It is a compelling end to a fun quartet and a real pleasure to have read the whole thing in a few weeks. My kids (10 and 13) both enjoyed it as
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Ksenia A.
Let me start this review by saying that I don't tend to read Young Adult books. If anything, I usually look down on adults that read them. And yet I picked up this series. Partially because it was highly visible near the checkout of my local library, partially because the world building intrigued me.
Do I regret it? No, despite all the mandatory YA tropes that I cringed through. And yet this series overall has left me with a sour aftertaste.

Now onto A Tempest of Echoes specifically. It has been
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emilia
Jun 25, 2020 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition

What kind of fuckery was that?!
This book felt COMPLETELY rushed. It wanted to be so smart, and failed horribly.
It had (some) great ideas, but lost its way in the first hundred pages. It was also very confusing, and just WAAAY over its own head with all the topics it wanted to cover.

I’m so disappointed because I LOVED the first two installments of the saga, and thought that the third one was solid. But now this?! WHAT?!

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Mo So
Aug 03, 2020 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
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motsdouxetinfinis
Jan 27, 2021 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
not thank you for destroying my soul
Serena
Jul 11, 2020 rated it liked it
The last volume of the Mirror Visitor Quartet is a breath-taking, over-the-top page turner. It’s also messy, confusing and convoluted. Some subplots from the former books are left adrift and even if the most important questions are answered, not everything is explained or clarified. It’s not a perfect book, but it’s a fitting closure for this bizarre and imaginative story full of heart and wonder.
In this finale, the author focussed on the core mystery of the plot and on the two main characters.
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Vio
Aug 18, 2020 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
2.75 ☆
I enjoyed reading this fourth book, but to be honest it is not nearly as good as the first two.
Such good ideas and characters, I am disappointed at how all of it feels kind of wasted here. Too many unnecessary new plots and too many great characters left behind.
So sad, it was so close to entering amongst my favourite series!
Kat (Bookish Blades)
ok
um
what the fuck
what
this ???? this is the end ???? am I supposed to write a fanfic now ??? what
is this a joke
*bangs fist on table*
give me more than that
andhercoffeecup
Jan 15, 2021 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Do you know this utterly desperate search for one last sentence, even one last word, after finishing a really good book? When you flick through every last page because you're hoping for something - anything! - more to come? That's me with this beauty of a book.

I totally get why people might've had some trouble enjoying this finale. I really had to concentrate and focus on every word to follow up with all the explainations - because not even the tiniest bit of information seemed to be irrelevant
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Erofan
Aug 24, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Finally, the full picture of the world invented by the author opens before the readers. The puzzle of the past and present has been formed and all the secrets have surfaced. I admire this series of books!
aboyreading
Apr 03, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Idk what to say. I feel weird
Kyat Meow Dragon rawr
I'm not crying
Don't touch me
How dare you
Pain
No
One star.
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Henry
Jan 19, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I gave it four stars but I honestly don't know what to think of it. My heart aches and I've been crying for the last fifteen minutes. This book was. So good. And so much, and so many things, and I feel I won't ever be able to truly put my thoughts about it into words. ...more
Lisa
Jul 31, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: favourites-2020
What a phenomenal ending to this series! It was intriguing all the way through, the atmosphere was amazing. I couldn't put it down. Ophelia and Thorn really have come a long way.

This is definitely one of the most unique series I've ever read. I'm already looking forward to rereading it.
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Eule Luftschloss
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Love this whole series.
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Appoline Piotrowski
I have too many feels to process right now to give an elaborate review.
Manon
Feb 29, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: favourites
Oh my god.
Hadjer
Apr 05, 2020 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I have very mixed feelings about this book.
I kind of fell out of love with Ophelie, i felt like she has lost what made me like her before. She made poor decisions and stupid ones tbh. It's like she became a stupid naive girl that could not understand obvious things like she used to before.
The series of events felt boring and some scenes didn't make sense at all.
Also, wtf with all the stupid questions that ophelie asks herself every single chapter, it was unnecessary and boring.
Too much going on
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a duck
Dec 16, 2020 rated it really liked it
This series absolutely swept me away. The lore, the story, the characters, and the writing are so beautifully and intricately done that it really grabs the reader and keeps a firm hold until the very last page. I love Ofelia as a protagonist, and her growth throughout the series is incredibly satisfying. The world-building is so well written and developed, and is seamlessly interwoven in the main plot to provide information without slowing down the pace of the book.

My only criticism, which is la
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Rachel
Dec 03, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: favorites
This has absolutely DESTROYED me. 😭
Lena
Mar 17, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
no talk to me I'm in pain ...more
Louisa
Aug 20, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: fantasy
I loved how the overlaying mystery was resolved but I'm kinda mad at the ending tbh.. . ...more
Jakub Marek
Dec 30, 2020 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
There will be SPOILERS.

I have been involved in publishing a translation of the series from the first book (except for the third one) and I have to say just... wow, it took some really bad turn. I have always had some reservations about the series (I am not a fan of the romantic subplot, especially Ophelia's U-turn towards the end of the second book when she realizes her undying love to Thorn in like two sentences; I am also kind of annoyed by the Mary Sue stereotypes) but I always considered the
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Christelle Dabos was born in 1980 on the French Riviera and grew up in a home filled with classical music and historical puzzles. More imaginative than cerebral, she begins to scribble her first texts on the benches of the faculty. Settled in Belgium, she intends to be a librarian when a disease occurs. Writing then becomes an escape from the medical machinery, then a slow reconstruction and final ...more

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