Do you have a favorite part or scene? (Spoilers)

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Do you have a favorite part or scene? (Spoilers)

Post by Christina Rose » 01 Dec 2017, 21:49

I, personally, felt like there was never a dull moment in End of the Last Great Kingdom. It was full of exciting moments, whether positive or negative, and I’m curious to see what some of your favorite scenes might be.

For me, there are two scenes that stuck out towards the end of the book. First, I enjoyed finding out that Brimstone and Heat were going to take their relationship further. They are both good, solid characters, and I’d love to see them make a relationship work romantically.
Second, I thought the scene where Brimstone ends the life of General Glen was an important moment for Brimstone, considering it was General Glen who used Brimstone as a political scapegoat.

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Post by Mercy Bolo » 02 Dec 2017, 05:30

The whole book had some memorable moments. My favorite scene was when Nova, in an attempt to end his life emerges victorious. All I was thinking was, how did he do it? I ' m glad that as the story progressed, this was answered.
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Post by Quartz » 03 Dec 2017, 16:51

I agree that it was very upbeat throughout the whole book. I really liked the first mage battle because that’s what starts Brimstone’s adventures outside of the school. I also liked how the author wrote that chapter, making it come to life.

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Post by Christina Rose » 03 Dec 2017, 23:38

@Quartz - Brimstone’s first mage battle was definitely memorable. The author truly does have a way of making his story come to life. Thank you for your feedback!

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Post by Whitney Marchelle » 04 Dec 2017, 00:03

I loved all the scenes you guys mentioned lol lol . I don't really have a favorite. But brimstone was my favorite Character

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Post by ReyvrexQuestor Reyes » 04 Dec 2017, 10:54

I refuse to commit myself to any of the scenes. If I say, the love scene was my favorite, then it exposes me as a romantic. If I say, the triumph of Brimstone over an enemy, killing him, then I will be construed as blood-thirsty. I would rather be neutral and say, all are up to par with my liking.
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Post by Christina Rose » 05 Dec 2017, 00:37

ReyvrexQuestor Reyes wrote:
04 Dec 2017, 10:54
I refuse to commit myself to any of the scenes. If I say, the love scene was my favorite, then it exposes me as a romantic. If I say, the triumph of Brimstone over an enemy, killing him, then I will be construed as blood-thirsty. I would rather be neutral and say, all are up to par with my liking.
Lol 🙃
All of the scenes really are amazing, though. Everything was vividly described, and I had no problems picturing it all in my head.

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Post by Bancroft » 07 Dec 2017, 22:24

I agree that the book is alive until the end and brings exciting ideas throughout the book. My favorite scene was Mage's Battle

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Post by powergirl » 13 Dec 2017, 15:13

I specially love following the students un the mastering of magic skills and super power at the magic school.
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Post by Amie Gene » 13 Dec 2017, 23:43

I think my favorite scene was his scene with Wartington because it showed a selfless side of Brimstone. We knew that he was willing to sacrifice his life for his friends, but it is another thing entirely to commit to being a servant for months on end just to help those you care about survive. It showed a deep side of Brimstone and one of the qualities that truly made him a hero.

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Post by Whitney Marchelle » 14 Dec 2017, 18:35

I enjoyed the first mage battle. It's something about going into that first fight...man I was excited for brimstone!

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Post by Sarah Tariq » 15 Dec 2017, 11:26

The Whole book is interesting but the heroic point comes in the story when Brimstone kills general Glen, who was continuously blackmailing him.
And the second scene is important when he meets Heat.
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Post by Insightsintobooks729 » 15 Dec 2017, 13:57

I enjoyed the whole book, but liked the part where Brimstone and Heat decided to take their relationship further as well. Yes, I'm a romantic.
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Post by CaitlinGonya » 15 Dec 2017, 14:43

I think when Brimstone first got the charm bracelet/cube was my favorite.

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Post by Christina Rose » 17 Dec 2017, 11:58

CaitlinGonya wrote:
15 Dec 2017, 14:43
I think when Brimstone first got the charm bracelet/cube was my favorite.
I enjoyed the little back story involved with the cube, also.

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