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Poe Blythe is the young captain of her failing city's last mining ship travelling the Serpentine River and dredging up goldBut it isn't gold on h. This review can also be found at Carole s Random Life in BooksI really ended up enjoying this book I went into this book without a whole lot of expectations I think that I might have read one of the author s earlier books years ago but don t remember a whole lot about it The premise sounded really interesting so I was excited to give the story a try and was surprised by how uickly I was hooked by this adventurous tale I thought that this was just a whole lot of funMost of this book takes place on a ship used to dredge the river for gold The book opens on Poe s first voyage where things take a horrible turn and the man she loves is killed Poe is determined to make sure that nothing like that can ever happen again and designs armor that will cover the ships for all future voyages Poe is put in command of the newest voyage which is the first time she has been out since tragedy struck It was really interesting to be in Poe s head as she worked to establish her position of leadership while being unsure if all of the members of her crew are trustworthy When things go wrong she becomes even suspicious of the others working on the ship I loved the fact that this book had plenty of action There are some fairly violent scenes that had me holding my breath and worrying about the characters Poe had a hard time trying to figure out who could be trusted and which crew members had their own agenda I liked that Poe became a true leader because of her actions and that she was willing to take stand even if it came with a lot of risks Poe was a great character and I thought that the key secondary characters were very well done I would recommend this book to others I found this book to be very well done with an interesting world great characters and an adventurous story While I thought that this book stood perfectly fine on its own I do think that there could be a possibility of future books featuring this world or group of characters in the future I look forward to reading from this author in the future I received a review copy of this book from Dutton Books for Young Readers via Bookish FirstInitial ThoughtsI really liked this book It was different which I liked and I thought that the world it was set in was pretty uniue I liked Poe and understood why she had a hard time trusting others but appreciated the fact that she was willing to listen There was plenty of excitement that kept the pages turning

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Traitor among her crew Poe is forced to confront the dangerous truth about why she has been sent on this journey and reckon with who she has beco. This was alright It was fast paced and mildly interesting Full of young adult tropes but I enjoyed listening to it

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Er mind Two years ago river raiders robbed Poe of everything And she wants revengeAs she navigates the treacherous waters and realises there's a. Disclaimer I received this ARC courtesy of a Bookish First giveaway I am grateful for the opportunity to review an ARC for my readers but this will not influence my final rating All opinions expressed in this review are my own and based solely on the bookBuddy Read with the Magical Rendz from the always amazing Reading with RendzThis book wasnot what I wanted I haven t had the best experiences with Condie s writing before but this book sounded so interesting and not like anything that I had read before in YA so I was reayd to give it a try When Rendz and I first started talking about the buddy read I really only remember two buzzwords revenge and gold and honestly that was enough for me The buzzwords were pretty true This book is about gold revenge and a ship I think it also tries to take on colonization a bit but I feel like everything kind of got lost besides the revenge and the ship and gold Seriously everything revolved around it and not much was particular interesting The story focuses on the last voyage that the people from The Outpost a confusingly vague settlement that I still don t fully understand but that s the entirety of the world It does focus on Poe s emotional journey dealing with the death of her love Cal who was murdered by a group that lives outside The Outpost that constantly fights with Poe s peeps over who owns the gold Reasons I Will Not Be Signing Up for the Last or Basically Any Voyage of Poe Blythe Poe I think Rendz said this best when we were reading Poe was being Poe And that s honestly all the ways I can describe her She is definitely a special girl She somehow has some vision that magically creates this super confusing armor that took Rendz and I a really long time to create a picture but think porcupine ship and we good captains her own shipcrew literally the SECOND time she even gets on a boat and somehow knows exactly what to do Her characterization was solely on her desire for revenge and love for her ship which I thought was interesting but it got real old real fast once there was literally nothing else The other characters Rendz and I both agreed that the rest of the characters didn t have much personality They were just very much there Last year I read Seafire by Natalie C Parker that featured an all female crew on a pirate ship There was a lot of them but they were each dynamic colorful and distinct This crew I couldn t pick any of them out of a lineup because they were stick figures in the background eh I think they actually might have been hazy than that They just existed and were names on the pages There was also a lot of potential for a character that is the villain and like IDK the villains were pointless They just faded into the background and then the big revealmotivation at the end CAME OUT OF LITERAL NOWHERE And it made no sense Speaking of which that ending was so vauge and justit was weird and confusing and IDK The pacing The first half was pretty slow and it took a long way to warm up Rendz and I both agreed that we enjoyed just how fast paced the second half went especially in regards to the shorter chapters and speed up of the action It still lacked the tension and drama needed for it but at least it went by so fast So actually this was an item that I did like except I had to go through the slow part firstThe writing was pretty straight to the point and easy to read so that was good And there were a few interesting things but that was about it The one crown that I m giving it isn t a this was all sorts of terrible or i hated it with a fiery passion but instead a one crown rating due to the strong disconnection I felt for it and how bored I was Rendz ended up with just under a 3 star rating Is anyone surprised that I book hipster got lower in the buddy read 1 crown and a Merida rating


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    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in BooksI really ended up enjoying this book I went into this book without a whole lot of expectations I think that I might have read one of the author's earlier books years ago but don't remember a whole lot about it The premise sounded really interesting so I was excited to give the stor

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    25 this had a lot of potential the premise was very interesting Unfortunately I had absolutely zero connection to the characters which lead to me not caring about what was happening most of the time

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    This is such a uniue dystopian in that it feels like a pirate theme mixed with western vibes This follows Poe on her journey for revenge against the Raiders after they kill her boyfriend She creates a weapon out of the ships meant to mine gold for their colony in the walls When the Admiral gives her a ship to captain Poe isn't sure what his end game is and finds herself in a whole new position she isn't sure how to navigate Poe

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    The Last Voyage of Poe Blythe is one of those books that sneaks up on you Its strong in a silent sort of way stringing you along page after page until you realize near the end that the story is powerful than you could have ever imagined it to be It's a desperate story of survival and touching in its own sort of feral and savage way It shows us that living is than just waking the following day and going about our routinesThe story focuses pr

  5. says:

    Disclaimer I received this ARC courtesy of a Bookish First giveaway I am grateful for the opportunity to review an ARC for my readers but this will not influence my final rating All opinions expressed in this review are my own and based solely on the bookBuddy Read with the Magical Rendz from the always amazing Reading with RendzThis book wasnot what I wanted I haven't had the best experiences with Condie's writing befo

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    Thank you so much to Penguin Teen and Dutton books for an early copy of this book in exchange for my honest reviewThe Last Voyage of Poe Blythe was a surprising read for me it follows Poe on her journey of revenge following the death of the person she loves But the story is so much than that Poe is stricken with grief which turns to anger S

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    A dystopian pirate y story? With this cover yet another beauty that holds meaning than meets the eye? And a Goodreads friend liked it and said it’s slightly connected to Matched? Sign me up DAlly Condie has proven time

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    First I have to say I absolutely loved the Matched trilogy and Atlantia by Ally Condie I've been a fan of her work for a

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    This was alright It was fast paced and mildly interesting Full of young adult tropes but I enjoyed listening to it

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    I wasn't that fond of Condie's Matched trilogy so I was pleasantly surprised by this bookI liked Poe and her character development as she struggles through grief and a need for revenge on the raiders who murdered Call her growth made her a stronger character as she navigates her way without Call Additionally I liked her character