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  • Title: Shattered Sky
  • Author: Neal Shusterman
  • ISBN: 9781442451179
  • Page: 264
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  1. Neal Shusterman

    Award winning author Neal Shusterman grew up in Brooklyn, New York, where he began writing at an early age After spending his junior and senior years of high school at the American School of Mexico City, Neal went on to UC Irvine, where he made his mark on the UCI swim team, and wrote a successful humor column Within a year of graduating, he had his first book deal, and was hired to write a movie script.In the years since, Neal has made his mark as a successful novelist, screenwriter, and television writer As a full time writer, he claims to be his own hardest task master, always at work creating new stories to tell His books have received many awards from organizations such as the International Reading Association, and the American Library Association, as well as garnering a myriad of state and local awards across the country Neal s talents range from film directing two short films he directed won him the coveted CINE Golden Eagle Awards to writing music and stage plays including book and lyrical contributions to American Twistory, which is currently playing in Boston He has even tried his hand at creating Games, having developed three successful How to Host a Mystery game for teens, as well as seven How to Host a Murder games.As a screen and TV writer, Neal has written for the Goosebumps and Animorphs TV series, and wrote the Disney Channel Original Movie Pixel Perfect Currently Neal is adapting his novel Everlost as a feature film for Universal Studios.Wherever Neal goes, he quickly earns a reputation as a storyteller and dynamic speaker Much of his fiction is traceable back to stories he tells to large audiences of children and teenagers such as his novel The Eyes of Kid Midas As a speaker, Neal is in constant demand at schools and conferences Degrees in both psychology and drama give Neal a unique approach to writing Neal s novels always deal with topics that appeal to adults as well as teens, weaving true to life characters into sensitive and riveting issues, and binding it all together with a unique and entertaining sense of humor.Of Everlost, School Library Journal wrote Shusterman has reimagined what happens after death and questions power and the meaning of charity While all this is going on, he has also managed to write a rip roaring adventure Of What Daddy Did, Voice of Youth Advocates wrote This is a compelling, spell binding story A stunning novel, impossible to put down once begun.Of The Schwa Was Here, School Library Journal wrote Shusterman s characters reminiscent of those crafted by E L Konigsburg and Jerry Spinelli are infused with the kind of controlled, precocious improbability that magically vivifies the finest children s classics.Of Scorpion Shards, Publisher s Weekly wrote Shusterman takes an outlandish comic book concept, and, through the sheer audacity and breadth of his imagination makes it stunningly believable A spellbinder And of The Eyes of Kid Midas, The Midwest Book Review wrote This wins our vote as one of the best young adult titles of the year and was called Inspired and hypnotically readable by School Library Journal.Neal Shusterman lives in Southern California with his children Brendan, Jarrod, Joelle, and Erin, who are a constant source of inspiration

761 thoughts on “Shattered Sky”

  1. Finally, finished with this trilogy Neal Shusterman really did a great job in my opinion in wrapping up the series There are times when it s hard to go through because this book is 500 pages and the story is too complex at some point to understand This book needs a map, just sayin because there were times that I m quite confused on where part in the world the characters are in the moment of the story hahaha It was a good ending nonetheless Can t wait to pick up books from him He really is a gre [...]

  2. This book dragged so much.Neal Shusterman is my favorite author and this is the lowest rating I ve given to one of his books, I liked the first to but honestly it dragged to a point where I couldn t care less about the story.And don t even get me started one the outcome of the whole Maddy Breanna thing.

  3. Ive read a lot of Neal Shusterman s books, mostly his trilogies and unwind series Out of all of his books, this one was by far the most disappointing I say that with a heavy heart because Shusterman is one of my favorite authors The first thing wrong with Shattered Sky was how it makes the reader feel extremely impatient In my opinion, no book should make the reader feel that way It shouldn t feel like it is dragging on endlessly This book reminded me of another series where the author even stat [...]

  4. Now I remember why this has always been one of my favorite trilogies I had a general idea, but I had forgotten most of the content of the stories, to the point where I was genuinely able to re read the series and not know every single thing that was going to happen before it did I truly like what Shusterman does in this series, playing with the idea of superhuman powers in a way that shows how those powers can be a burden as much as a blessing, and how with great power comes great responsibility [...]

  5. Ok where to begin This series started off very slow for me, which I found disappointing as I very much enjoyed Neal Shusterman s other series that I ve read Unwind and Skinjacker As previously reviewed with the first book in this series, I was left slightly unimpressed The 2nd book left me feeling a little better The 3rd wow Again, the book itself started out slow and I wasn t really sure where the story was going to end up I found it difficult to go back to at times However, once the story pick [...]

  6. I enjoyed this book so much, I didn t want it to end For me, there are moments when I look to my bookshelves, glance at the spines, and brilliant moments of literature come flooding back to me This story definitely has those moments I feel that the author discusses the themes of life, death, religion, humanity, and fate, while not being heavy handed When I was looking for a new series to read, I was caught by the ideas that a star could have a soul, that soul could shatter, and be reborn inside [...]

  7. Characters 4 Being the third book in a series it was not necessary for the author to go into great depth about the characters that had already been introduced however those that had not yet been introduced were well explained The quote on page 10 explaining one of the main characters named Elon Tessic illustrates Shusterman s knack for explaining characters, In these out of the way places, Tessic often found himself the center of suspicious attention It wasn t only his clothes, but the prominent [...]

  8. I d rate this about a 4.5 if I could It was amazing in points but dragged a lot and didn t need to be so long Oft times, I found myself wondering what part of the world I was, who I was reading about and what he she was up to previously Still it had fantastic scenes, epic scenes and, as always, Shusterman is a master at conveying the young adult experience dropped into a less than conventional situation.Seriously though, wtf Lourdes

  9. The evidence of injustice is sometimes as important as justice I t wasn t their strength that needed to be tempered and reinforced It was their fortitude in facing the darkness.My favourite part about Neal Schusterman is that he writes his characters so real Which is not to say that there s a lot of depth to them, unfortunately, which I have complained about before, but they do act like real children, teens, and adults a little bit selfish, a little bit good and a whole lot human Growth is anoth [...]

  10. Shattered Sky picks up with Dillon allowing himself to be caught and profiled by an interrogator in order to heal said It was fun to see just how easy it is for Dillon to read someone, but the conversation also serves a quick refresher for what happened to the Shards in Thief of Souls His capture results in him being locked up in an unbelievably high security prison designed specifically for him this of course means that there is little interaction with others, which makes sense given his powers [...]

  11. Once again, I m faced with the dilemma of how to rate this book With the resurfacing of Okoya, Shusterman once again falls back on old and disturbing tropes regarding nonconventional gender and equates genderfluid agender traits with menacing or evil traits.The other most disturbing aspect of this book to me was Lourdes s rapid downward spiral This, at least, is understandable within the context of the character s history for the most part and given the trauma she experienced in Thief of Souls, [...]

  12. Despite everything they tried, the world is falling apart Dillon s current situation lends him one blessing he can t make things any worse But he can t afford to remain idle His dreams are warning enough that this state of slow decay won t last, and something beyond his worst nightmare is coming If the Star Shards can possibly be brought back together, would possibly work together, they might have a chance.The last volume of the Star Shards trilogy brings to a roaring crescendo everything the pr [...]

  13. A fantastic conclusion to a thought provoking and unique trilogy The ending was a perfect summation of the plot, the twists throughout kept me reading even though this book was significantly longer than the first two, and the new characters introduced particularly Tessic and Maddy were great additions I liked the moral quandaries the Shards faced, as they made me think and raised the type of philosophical issues I have always enjoyed pondering I was also intrigued, as I was with the Everlost tri [...]

  14. I finished this book a while ago but I just had to reflect on the trilogy as a whole to see how I honestly felt about the ending the author had written The author is an amazing writer and this is just an amazing series with wonderful characters that really stick with you even when you close the book I do not even know how to explain them without giving away the plot and secrets of a wonderful story I was saddened by Lourd s actions in this book because she was such a strong character in the firs [...]

  15. Shattered Sky left me confused and irritated It was too long and the plot was all over the place I understand how it tied in together for the ending, but it made this book a chore to read I was severely disappointed in this final installment of the Star Shards trilogy and that makes me sad I thought the other books were so awesome and this just really let me down The character of Lourdes was the one I had recently most empathized with, but in Shattered Sky she went to the bad side big time The o [...]

  16. Six teenagers find out that they were conceived at the same time a star called Mentarsus H went supernova.The results were them having godlike powers after the souls of the star burst into six shards and went into the six children After being coerced into abusing their power they went their separate ways After a force that threatens all life on Earth is detected they are forced to come together and deal with it for one last time I would recommend this book it has an interesting plot and the char [...]

  17. After reading the two other books in this series and thoroughly enjoying both, i was not disappointed by the final book of the series The characters are always evolving and interesting as they grow and develop.The beginning was a bit slow but it led up to a big ending Neal does a good job tying up the last book, i found he did leave a few loose ends, but overall it was a great ending would recommend this book to any fiction lovers or if your a fan of any Neal s other books 9 10

  18. I enjoyed reading this epic finale of the series It had a very clear portrait of human nature and it powerful emotions It shows how characters eventually come together even though they are unwilling to I liked how the author managed to create realistic scenes that brought the characters together into one finale moment, even from the dead It also shows their struggles and their hardship, which brings a realistic taste to the story I highly recommend this book.

  19. I received a copy of this book in exchange for a honest review I liked the first book in this series the best, and the second and third were not as good for me This book had a goof first half, and a good ending, but the second half up until the very end was not as well written or easy to understand Overall, this series was okay, and I am not quite sure what to say about it.

  20. Neal Shusterman strikes again Shattered Sky was the perfect ending to the Star Shard Chronicles He created an amazingly intricate and wonderful plot line that was backed by these perfectly flawed characters I loved every second of reading it and would highly recommend this series for anyone who is looking for a different sort of read.

  21. This book took time to work my way through, and I wonder if it is because I needed to learn something from the characters and their purpose in this world It certainly speaks to this time in history even though it was published a decade ago Hopefully some of these premises will stay in my realm of pondering.

  22. I don t really know what to expect here, but I guess the trilogy resolved itself The trio were just a bit too fantasy for me, and I wasn t really into it I don t want to spoil it or anything, but just meh.

  23. I always love when the good guys win Only problem was the last few pages they had the same incident as in the beginning of the trilogy but a different explanation And the prospect of that was extremely frightening.

  24. Pretty much the worst book I ve read in a while I hate how authors try to write books that explain God and spiritual things Just leave it as a mystery.

  25. A fitting end to this series, although i wish for a few things to be different I hope there is a follow up sequel series to this one x.x it deserves

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