Book Review: A Million Worlds with You (Firebird #3)

Dear reader I just finished reading “A Million Worlds With You” book #3 in the “Firebird” trilogy by Claudia Gray. I picked up this book in the Nook store because I wanted to see how everything ends. My personal review of the book is as follows:

The concept/mythology of the series as a whole made me think about my life choices and life in general as well as how choices affect people. In my personal opinion this book is a lot darker than the other two books in the general(I understand why from a storyline prospective). I really  didn’t see the twist regarding “Theo” that happens around page 170 coming at all.

This series as a whole made me think about my life and if I would want to see alternative universe versions of me and the only concrete thing that I would want to do is to go to a universe in which my big brother Shaun is still alive to be able to see him and tell him that I love him at least one more time.

” Marguerite” getting to meet “Wicked” as well as most of her other selves  in the “clone universe” was definitely a surprise and interesting. I definitely liked the moment when “the duchess” got to have kind of a good bye moment with “Paul”.

“Our futures are not kept safe for us in the cradle of fate. We have to hack them out of stone, dig them out of mud, and build them one messy, imperfect day at a time.” This quote is from page 246 (on my ebook version) is one of quotes from the entire trilogy and in my personal opinion it sums up the “moral” trilogy as a whole perfectly.

Parts of book towards the end make my head hurt from over thinking about plot stuff too much. Overall I personally rate this book a 7/10. Happy reading dear reader ?.  Please like and share this review if you like it doing so helps me to get approved by Netgally and other places for future books ♡.

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