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By Julie Bertagna | Comments: ( 648 ) | Date: ( Mar 30, 2020 )

Much of Earth is underwater in the high mountains at the top of the world Lily survives with her mother and her people but she feels trapped Elsewhere, beneath the exclusive sky cities that tower above the waves, Fox has been waiting too But when Fox and Lily meet on a virtual plane, they realize the time has come to act The world must be made whole again, even if itMuch of Earth is underwater in the high mountains at the top of the world Lily survives with her mother and her people but she feels trapped Elsewhere, beneath the exclusive sky cities that tower above the waves, Fox has been waiting too But when Fox and Lily meet on a virtual plane, they realize the time has come to act The world must be made whole again, even if it means losing each other The third and final installment in the brilliantly imagined, hugely romantic and poetically told trilogy set in a frighteningly realistic future.

  • Title: Aurora
  • Author: Julie Bertagna
  • ISBN: 9780330435642
  • Page: 308
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Julie Bertagna

Julie was born in Ayrshire and grew up near Glasgow, where she now lives with her family After a degree in English Language and Literature, she was the editor of a small magazine, a teacher and a freelance journalist Julie has written many critically acclaimed, award winning novels for teenagers and younger readers She speaks in schools, libraries and at book festivals across the UK.

Comments Aurora

  • Imogen

    I thoroughly enjoyed Exodus and Zenith, and eagerly awaited Aurora’s debut for what felt like a lifetime! However, I was slightly disappointed by Aurora.I think Julie Bertagna is a wonderful author: she has created this amazing story and great characters; however it felt to me like the book should have been longer. It almost seemed like the book was originally longer but the editors decided to cut bits out as young readers obviously can’t concentrate for very long.Similarly to the Harry Pott [...]

  • Anne Hamilton

    Four and a half stars.The divergent strands of Zenith are brought together very neatly in this finale. I was so pleased to see that Clayslaps and Broomielaw did indeed survive. And even that Tuck as the Pontifix is so apparently gentle and compassionate until he is crossed when he becomes calmly and quietly pitiless.The characters are so well drawn - and the world so strange but real. Again the stylistic language gives the storytelling the feel that it's told from the point of view of the 'drown [...]

  • Freefallen ~ YA Reviewer

    This is an enchantingly beautiful finish to the Exodus trilogy Or is it?Some readers may be disappointed, especially if they're all for "Mara and Fox", but if you can overlook this small twist to the novel, you're in for an unputdownable ride.The story follows Lily Longhope's quest to meet the father she's never known about.Readers will be delighted to once again follow the journeys of Mara, Fox, and now Lily. This book is truly exceptional.

  • Debora

    I waited a long time to read the end of Mara and Fox's adventure, and was a bit dissapointed with the end of the book. Things were left undone, and destinies were up int the air for most of the characters It could have been so awesome

  • Antony

    I do not know what to say. I started reading Exodus just to take a sneak peak at what our future may hold. Little did I know that I would be plunging into a world filled with dreams amongst destruction and despair. Now I may not be contented by the ending but I think it fits the overall plot. There is no way we can know what is in store for us in the future and the hanging ending wraps that up extremely well.

  • Beth

    I enjoyed the book in itself. However, having waited around 16 years to finish this trilogy, I was rather disappointed by the ending. I feel as though there were many loose ends left untied which could have made a fourth book.

  • Jessica Reidt

    ending wasn't too shabby, but I was hoping for a better one.

  • Rebecca

    I love this book series. it's so fun and light while also being thought-provoking

  • Angie

    Aurora is the final book in Julie Bertagna's trilogy of a water destroyed world. It has been many years since the events in Zenith. Mara and her group are settled in the mountains of the north. Fox and Pandora are setting up rebellion in New Mungo and throughout the other skycities. Lily, Fox and Mara's daughter, finds out about her missing father and sets off to find him. This is an enjoyable finale to this series. It finishes up the stories of all our main characters and brings them back toget [...]

  • Amy

    I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and feel that it was a fitting end to the trilogy. I enjoyed the fact that the book looks at the individual journey of multiple characters from the previous books as well as reuniting some of them. As for the lack of a reunion between Fox and Mara I am not as disappointed as I thought I would be. I read a review that told me there was no reunion between the two of them before I started this book, and I thought that this would leave the story feeling unfinis [...]

  • Jennifer Bell

    57/100I'll review the entire trilogy in one. I liked the trilogy, its premise and characters. I was gripped enough to read them quickly. At times the pace slowed or the dynamics didn't quite come together. I didn't like how the final book (this one) ended - it dropped many characters, and it's just not quite conclusive enough, even for me, someone who loves open endings. It could do with a further 2-3 chapters, but no more. I hope there is not 4th book because it really only needs a couple more [...]

  • Meg McGregor

    A very satisfying way to a very haunting and perhaps foreseeable future for our planet, this last book in the series brought all the characters together, in an epic way!I just wish there had been the big reunion between Mara and Fox. But I guess, I can dream up my own ending for them as I am positive they are together. Poor Rowan though. Maybe Mara decides to stay with him. I don't think I would like to be in that position - having to choose between two such men!

  • Megan

    The narration in these books is more like what you'd see in a short story. It's a lot of description, and even the action scenes are not very exciting. The characters never seem to learn their lessons and the ones who are supposed to be thirty act like they're still fifteen. I didn't like how they were narrated so simply, and the term fox-flame got on my nerves. It was a good storyline though, and a good idea to start from. Just didn't like the way it was executed.

  • Jennifer

    I enjoyed this book and liked learning about Mara's daughter and some other characters from the story. However, I also think this book felt "rushed" and could have been longer. I would have liked to see some more resolution to parts of the story too and not be left hanging with the open-ended ending.

  • Amy

    A beautiful conclusion to the Exodus trilogy. But as someone else said in their review, it just didn't feel long enough. I want more! Some of it felt a little rushed. But it was such an exciting read! And I really wish this wasn't the end for all the characters I know and love, I want the story to continue

  • Johnny Bennett

    On the cover of every one of the books in this series is a sticker that says "If you liked Hunger Games you'll love this." That sure isn't true. This one is better than the last one but still, the writing just didn't suck me in. There also felt like there was a setup for a potential next book. Aurora doesn't pick up right where book two let off, there is a several year gap.

  • Maddison Hoy

    I was so disappointed by this whole trilogy. The ending was terrible as you dont really know for sure if fox found lily or mara and you dont know if mara got back with fox. I felt it didnt end. The trilogy had such potential.

  • Katherine Thornton

    not realising until 1/3 in t was a kid's book, I found it an easy and enjoyable read. also it is the third book, but the way it reads does not follow on so easy to understand. no referring to other books.

  • Niki

    Good book.

  • Simon Stevens

    Accidentally read the last one first. Pretty fun, fast paced and interesting throughout.

  • Pina Carrubba

    This series has it all, a keeper for my library. I am mourning the end of a spectacular story that transported me to such amazing places along side wonderful, believable characters.

  • Marcos Tavares

    Confira a resenha em vídeo que eu fiz para esse livro:site: capaetitulo/20

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  • Bella

    Still loved it but found it a bit short and just missing something. Also, don't like how the end just cut off :(

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