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Legendary (Caraval #2)

A heart to protect. A debt to repay. A game to win.After being swept up in the magical world of Caraval, Donatella Dragna has finally escaped her father and saved her sister Scarlett from a disastrous arranged marriage. The girls should be celebrating, but Tella isnt yet free. She made a desperate bargain with a mysterious criminal, and what Tella owes him no one has ever been able to deliver: Caraval Master Legends true name.The only chance of uncovering Legends identity is to win Caraval, so Tella throws herself into the legendary competition once moreand into the path of the murderous heir to the throne, a doomed love story, and a web of secretsincluding her sister's. Caraval has always demanded bravery, cunning, and sacrifice. But now the game is asking for more. If Tella cant fulfill her bargain and deliver Legends name, shell lose everything she cares aboutmaybe even her life. But if she wins, Legend and Caraval will be destroyed forever.Welcome, welcome to Caraval...the games have only just begun....

Title : Legendary (Caraval #2)
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ISBN : 9781250095312
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 451 pages
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Legendary A Caraval Novel eBook Legendary is the second book in Garber s Caraval trilogy which begins with Caraval Start there to avoid spoilers Tella never doubted that her sister Scarlett Legendary BN Exclusive Edition Caraval Series Editorial Reviews Praise for Caraval New York Times bestseller ABA IndieNext Pick Entertainment Weekly Top YA Novel of Best Book of the Year Legendary A Caraval Novel Audible Legendary A Caraval Novel Audible Audio Edition Stephanie Garber, Rebecca Soler, Macmillan Audio Books Caraval Caraval Series by Stephanie Garber, The acclaimed New York Times bestseller Welcome, welcome to Caraval Stephanie Garber s sweeping tale of the unbreakable bond between two sisters. What happened in Caraval by Stephanie Garber Caraval Would you like to know what happened in Caraval, book in Stephanie Garber s debut series Find out how did Caraval end Spoilers Page Views NY Daily News David Sedaris first collection of essays since has the same sense of twisted nostalgia that has always marked his best work Read More Tags Critics Takes on Bestsellers Kirkus Reviews This is less Much Ado About Nothing and just a long winded comedy of errors Fiction CAFE All Libraries Click graphic to learn about the Events and Organizations feature in the Cafe catalog Delafield Public Library CAFE All Libraries Click graphic to learn about the Events and Organizations feature in the Cafe catalog All the New Fantasy Books Coming Out in May Tor There are five Tuesdays in May, so May books, so you get time to read That s how it works, right We re pretty sure that s how it works You re

Legendary (Caraval #2) Reviews

  • Melissa

    Legendary takes all the magic and the dark and the deadly and the thorned gossamer of wild invention laid over every page of Caraval and cranks it up to ELEVEN. Garber expands her world massively: if Caraval is the place where the pebble dropped in, Legendary is all the rings rippling outward, encompassing new terrains, new mythologies, the secret histories of characters old and new. It's darker than its predecessor. It's a little sadder. Its magic weighs heavier, and there's no more fooling our ...more

  • Brittney ~ Reverie and Ink

    Oh. Ohhhh.

    I devoured this wonderful, torturous book. And now I don't know what to do with myself aside from sit here and try and form some semblance of a review.

    Friends, if you think you know everything about Caraval, you'd be wrong.

    I'm going to keep this review spoiler free, especially as we're a little ways away from the release, but I'll just say this took a verrrry unexpected turn and I couldn't be more thrilled. But a word to the wise (and for those who know me) - I like when books throw pu

    This was why love was so dangerous. Love turned the world into a garden, so beguiling it was easy to forget that rose petals were as ephemeral as feelings, eventually they would wilt and die, leaving nothing but the thorns.

    But perhaps the second best part was the returning characters. Though we're in Tella's POV, not even Scarlett's story is finished. She and Julian are still around, and so are rest of the Caraval crew. And of course, we're introduced to a new ensemble of characters.

    And an entirely new world.

    In fact, I daresay this one is even more magical than the last. New settings, new myths come to life. I will say it still felt a bit abstract, which certainly isn't a bad thing, especially if you like to get lost in your own imagination. The world is limitless here, and there be monsters.

    Very dashing monsters, at that. Did I mention this book was hooooot?

    For anyone that followed my status updates (and there were plenty - I couldn't help myself...) I was going straight up bananas. Like, let me tell you right now, you are in for a ride. Much like my experience of the first book, I was literally freaaaking out coming up with new theories around every corner. In this, oh my goodness... I can't even talk about it.


    In fact, I was worried about the ending. There was sooo much intrigue and so many open plots and there was no way it could live up.

    But, oh... the end was beautiful. Because I had a billion and a half theories, I won't answer whether or not I was surprised. I will say this: Legend's reveal was perfection, and now I need to reread the whole series just to fully comprehend everything that took place.

    But even still, I found myself even wanting more. Then I asked myself why. Why did I want more?

    The answer was simple.

    I just couldn’t bear to leave the world or the characters. I didn't want it to be over.

    My advice to you is this: Go into this with no expectations and simply get lost with Tella. Just enjoy the ride, the characters, the thrill of adventure. There's a lot to wrap up in this book, and while I wanted to stay forever and learn everything about everyone, I am so in love with the end.

    Stephanie crafted it perfectly.

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  • Stacee

    Caraval was my top book of 2017 and I was so excited to get my greedy hands on Legendary.

    I will be 100% honest here: I wasn’t completely sold on Tella being the one who tells the story. Don’t get me wrong, I liked Tella, but I thought she was extremely flighty and I didn’t know how it would go. I need to go back and push past Stacee for even being concerned. Like Tella says in the story, everyone underestimates her and Stephanie really puts her to the test in this story. Of course there are new

  • Kit✵

    4.5 / 5

    What a magical, whimsical, lovely second book to this series! Stephanie Garber has a story-telling gift and ya’ll are missing out if you haven’t already read Caraval.

    As someone who loved Caraval, I was nervous to start Legendary, because often times I’m disappointed by the sequel in a series—well, folks, that wasn’t the case here! This book was so marvelous that I didn’t mind reading in Tella’s perspective (I say that because I loved Scarlett’s POV); in fact, I might even say that I

  • Alana • thebookishchick

    Will you hate me if I say this was legendary? Because this 100% lived up to the title.

    The first thing that I needed after finishing this book was a cold shower, you guys, this book is HOT. The second thing I need is either A) a time machine to transport me to next year or B) the third book immediately in my hands. Either one will do the job, just saying. I thought I had this book figured out but I SHOULD HAVE KNOWN. Dammit I should have known that things are never as they seem in the world of Ca

  • Katie.dorny

    I am so fucking disappointed. The magic is gone and the ending was bullshit.

    Is it meant to be open ended? Is there a third book exploring Legend and the mother further? I need answers?????

    Everything was ether too rushed or too bland. It didn’t grasp me like the first one. Tella had so much potential as a female protagonist but she was done wrong instead.

    Scarlett hardly appeared at all and when she did it was for no reason at all.

    Nope. Biggest disappointment of 2018 so far for me

  • Candace Robinson

    First off, there’s another book, right? Because this book left me with too many unanswered questions! More than book one... so it’s a bit tricky for me here because if there’s another book, then this one was hella great, but if this is the last book then I’m just too flustered to think!

    I’m just going to go ahead and say that the world that Stephanie Garber has created is freaking cool and amazing. I thought Tella was a decent character, although I did like Scarlett more.

    As with Julian, I really

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