Read ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ç T.J. KluneUpdated 41020Every story has an ending On October 13 2020 theirs will come at last We e than this We deserve After everything we ve been last We e than this We deserve After everything we ve been we e owed And if you think I m just going to leave you here then you DON T KNOW ME VERY WELL I VE GOT t know me very well I ve got claws in you now Where you go I go And if that means I have to follow you into the dark so be it Pre Order now available Paperback will be available exclusively from closer to the elease date The audio performed by Kirt Graves will also be Nomadische Lebenswelten Und Zarische Politik: Der Aufstand In Zentralasien 1916 released October 13 Sellers Given the spread of COVID19 Tor Teen has moved The Extraordinaries from MAY 5 to JULY 14Brothersong was set to come out AUGUST 18 Given that would only leave a month between The Extraordinaries and Brothersong I made the decision to push Brothersong back to OCTOBER 13More details here 25 stars This is an extremely difficulteview for me to write so much so that I don t even want to do it I mean did being in uarantine during Covid break my brain How could I not love the final book in the Green Creek series I feel like crying The Crimson Thread: A Retelling of Rumpelstiltskin right now and it s not from the emotional ending to BrothersongBrothersong has a sea of positiveaving The Dog Cancer Survival Guide: Full Spectrum Treatments to Optimize Your Dog's Life Quality and Longevity reviews from my friends and I got warnings about you ll be crying your eyes out but I finished the book feeling well like nothing much at all I enjoyed it but I have to say I feel epically disappointed Here is my honest spoiler free breakdown I found the first part of the book to be confusing The story in the beginning feels like you areeading it from underwater It s all blurry and gloomy and muddled and the writing is purposefully vague and dark I had a very hard time with it At first it was interesting to me a stylistic choice from TJ Klune that I was excited to try out but then it just got flat out difficult to No Beast So Fierce: The Terrifying True Story of the Champawat Tiger, the Deadliest Animal in History read There was so much going on so much just thrown at us with lots of uestions that I didn t feel were answered that I felt just lost There are too many time jumps The book flashes back a lot in time and while a few of those are okay I kept having toeorient myself and Close to the Land: The Way We Lived in North Carolina, 1820-1870 remind myself of what was going on and where I was in time All of those flashbacks felt like clutterThere wasn t enough focus on theomance between Carter and Gavin I wish they had their own book prior to this final story because I felt like the Berlayar di Pamor Badik romance was suashed in between the wrap up for the series I truly didn t feel the love between these two guys and that saddened me There wasn t a lot of page time with just Carter and Gavin together and I didn t feel like theomance was nearly as strong as the other pairings in the book Gavin needed time to show his entire personality IMO I L. Munatius Plancus really didn t feel like I knew Gavin as much as I needed to And Carter Carter He had so much potential based on his personality in the other books and I fe. In theuins of Caswell Maine Carter Bennett learned the truth of what had been Münchhausen's Pigtail, or Psychotherapy Reality right in front of him the entire time And then it he was gone Desperate for answers Carter takes to theoad leaving family and the safety of his pack behind all in the name of a man he only knows as a feral wol. ,
Ll like it was barely shown here There is too much page time with secondary characters I feel like it was a everyone in the pot secondary characters I feel like it was a everyone in the pot Even minor characters got their chance in the sun and it made the book feel unfocused for me I wish there were times where Carter and Gavin got to shine just the two of them The story is very long and very plot heavy but the middle dragged on and on for me It but the middle dragged on and on for me It extremely unusual for me to take three days to ead a TJ Klune book but here we are No I don t only have negative things to say about this story I could see TJ Klune s passion in Brothersong and his deep love of these characters I felt like he eally tried to show EVERYTHING in this book the love between brothers the love between mates the love between pack and the love between family Every character gets a lot of page time and I feel like TJ was trying to send them off in the best way possible I don t know I must be broken BROKEN I didn t cry I didn t feel overly emotional I felt sort of nothing And isn t that sad I love these characters
AND THIS SERIES SO IT MAKESthis series so it makes feel truly upset that this book didn t touch me It might be my mood it might be the length of the story it might have been a combination of things but alas that is life It isn t a bad book but it didn t make me feel like I was expecting to feel Green Creek I will miss you and your fantastically gay werewolves even if this story wasn t a 5 star The Pink Pearl read for me TJ Klune wrote a powerful memorable awesome emotional series and I llemember it for always packpackpack foreverCopy provided in exchange for an honest Migrant Resistance in Contemporary Europe review goodreads instagram twitter blog My emotions while I wait not so patiently for Carter s book Green Creek is one of my favorite series of all time and TJ Klune is my favorite author so I waseally excited about this book And a bit sad because I d have to say goodbye to these amazing characters But mostly excited I still can t believe I got to The Violinist and The Son of Redhead: Two Plays by Leonard Melfi read this I was dying to have a whole book from a Bennett s POV and Carter is my favorite Bennett so I was literally in heavenBrothersong follows the eventsight after Heartsong so of course you have to Fairy Tales are True: Silent Reach from the Dunes to the Khumba Mela read the previous books in order toead this one This book wasn t what I was expecting It was better Like way better It made me so happy I mean don t worry angst lovers you ll get your share and I don t want to say much just go just go and you ll have a lot of surprisesSpeaking of surprises something surprising or not was how much I liked Thomas Bennett yeah I know many people dislike him and even though I couldn t agree with some of his choices he eally loved his family and oh that was one of the parts that hurt Something not so surprising though was how much Carter Bennett loved his brothers it was such a powerful love his bond with Kelly F But therein lies the danger wolves are pack animals and the longer Carter is on his own the his mind slips toward the endless void of Omega insanity But he pushes on following the trail left by Gavin Gavin the son of Robert Livingstone The half brother of Gordo Livingstone What Carter fin. ,
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BROTHERS AND THE LOVE THEY HAVEand the love they have each other My heart ached Octavio's Journey reading about it it was magnificent Another thing I can say is because of this book I have a new favorite character and he is the best boy in this entire universe I m not even kidding I m sure everyone will love him just as much It was the ending of a great series it was the end I wanted and hoped and I can t thank TJ enough for this But I ll try to thank him anyway So thank you for this book thank you for this series I ve learned a lot with these characters about family friendship and love All types of love About bonds people can form with each other and how strong they are I feel Brothersong was about love in every shape and form and I love this book dearly I ve met amazing people because of these books it s crazy how iteally improved my life Honestly this story is so important to me and I m so glad it had the end it deserved Their no our song will always be heardThis ARC was provided by the author SoI m sitting here after Philosophy in Social Work reading this EPIC book and wondering how I m going to put into words all the emotions I m currently feeling This Book These Characters This Series This STORY It took me through the wringer and left me hollowed sometimes But even at the lowest of lows when I thought I couldn tead on this mad genius of an author sprinkled enough heart love and humour to give me the courage to take just one step Americana: The Kinks, the Riff, the Road: The Story read one line and flip one page till I got to the glorious end I will admit that there were some one or two threads that I wished were tied up smoothly than they were but in the general scheme of things I wouldn t say they were monumental so I ignored them in favour of enjoying the story as it wasI laughed I teared up and I screamed at the unfairness of it all at some points but in the end when all was said and done I was glad to have embarked on this journey with the Bennett Pack if only to see them finally get the Peace they uneuivocally deserved As I said all the emotions are jumbled inside me There s joy so much joy that I got to experience this wonderful story but with this joy comes the inevitable sadness that this here is the end of years following this wonderful series Years of falling in love with Ox Joe Gordo Mark Chris TannerRicoCarter KellyRobbie JessieElizabeth andecently Gavin Years of falling in love with Ox Joe Gordo Mark Chris TannerRicoCarter KellyRobbie JessieElizabeth and ecently Gavin and Dominiue The stories these characters gave will forever be with me and for that I am gladAlso I m not too distraught because I know I can always e visit these books again and again and again whenever I miss the crazy wonderful Organizing Power ride that was the Green Creek Series Highly Recommended and certainly worth the wait eARC Graciously Provided by Author in Exchange for an Honest Unbiased Review Guess who got an ARC 15 Aug 202. Ds will change the course of the wolves forever Because Gavin’s history with the Bennett pack goes back further than anyone knows a secret kept hidden by Carter’s father Thomas Bennett And with this knowledge comes a price the sins of the fathers nowest upon the shoulders of their son.