Defy the Fates

Defy the Fates

Hunted and desperate. Abel only has one mission left that matters: save the life of Noemi Vidal. To do that, he not only has to escape the Genesis authorities, he also must face the one person in the galaxy who still has the means to destroy him. Burton Mansfield's consciousness lives on, desperate for a home, and Abel's own body is his last bargaining chip. Alone in the un Hunted and desperate. Abel only has one mission left that matters: save the life of Noemi Vidal. To do that, h...

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Title:Defy the Fates
Author:Claudia Gray
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Genres:Science Fiction
ISBN:Defy the Fates
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:400 pages pages

Defy the Fates Reviews

  • Stephanie
    May 21, 2019

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

    Defy the Fates was perfect, perfect, perfect. ...

    My local Barnes and Noble placed this out on the shelves early - nice. Now that the series is over, I feel kind of let down that the third book of the trilogy wasn't as engaging or enjoyable as the first two. I kind of suspected something (like being a tad left down) when I saw that...

    Satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. I actually found this one moved at a great pace and the characters really developed even more so. I really enjoyed the first two a lot but this one really focused a lot on Mansfield?s God complex (pet peeve of mine) and it got a bit obnoxious mo...

    4.5 stars I loved being back in this world but so sad that it is over! FRTC ...

    That about sums up my feelings on the last two books. This should've remained a standalone. The first book was so good! And it all just bit the dust. The lack of imagery is starkly apparent in the 2nd and 3rd books. It was easy to overlook this in the first one but when the sto...

    Graded By: Mandy C. Cover Story: Space Face(s) BFF Charms: Yay, Be Mine Swoonworthy Scale: 6 Talky Talk: Science Friction Bonus Factor: Cyborg Anti-Bonus Factor: TEABS Relationship Status: Forever Friends Read the full book report here. ...

    edit 5/26/19 I've settled on a four star rating because, while I preferred other books in the series, the series still feels worth the read to me and I enjoyed it so much overall. Happy reading! :) Post Reading This is a hard one to rate because I loved everything except for the l...

    I'm so very needy for this one. I want it come to an exciting, soaring end. ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Defy The Fates is the third and final installment in author Claudia Gray's Constellation Trilogy. The story picks up right where Defy The World ended with a shocking cliffhanger. Now, the author has a...

    Quick Stats: Overall: 4/5 Stars Characters: 4/5 Setting: 5/5 Writing: 4/5 Plot and Themes: 4/5 Awesomeness Factor: 3/5 Review in a Nutshell: Defy the Fates is an action-packed ending with all of the humor, romance, and philosophizing that the first two books made me fall in love...

    I'm glad I finished this trilogy out, but this was definitely my least favorite of the three books. I'm definitely disappointed because the first book in this series is a book I really loved, and I really enjoyed the second one too! I just felt like this third book was kinda repetitive...

    This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd Short and Simple Review I have to admit that I did not like this one as much as the previous two. I still loved it, I gave it four stars, but that is one less star than the previous books. For some odd reason, I felt lik...

    A nail biting ending of an incredible trilogy. Defy the Fates has stood up to its story, name and imagination it brings forwards. The shock with which we ended up in the previous part is retained for few chapters where we do not know how things will turn out to be. I gotta say that A...

    4.5 stars Sci-fi's not my favourite genre but the Constellation series is fantastic. It's so underrated I wish more people would read it! Defy the Fates is a death-defying conclusion befitting the imaginative adventure that started in Defy the Stars. The story is fast-paced with ...

    I'm so disappointed I didn't love this more. As a huge fan of the first two books, this one fell flat. I still love the characters and the romance, but Noemi and Abel spent a lot of the time in this book either bickering, misunderstanding each other or apart. The pacing was slower and ...

    I read this in ONE DAY. And I suffered through the worst traffic to get it the day it was released. I LOVE THIS SERIES!!!!! ...

    I'm not ready . . . but I am at the same time! Defy the Stars and Defy the Worlds had me hooked, then they tore me apart, built me up, tore me apart AGAIN, built me up AGAIN, and then both of their endings tore me to SHREDS. I loved it. I hated it. But above all I loved them both...

    This was a great ending to a fantastic series! I loved these books, the characters were interesting and fun and the plot was cool and had twists and new ideas that I loved. This book especially was well paced and kept me hooked. Abel has so many realizations as he becomes an actual pe...

    I had such high expectations but I just could not stay interested in this story so i had to DNF ...

    THE COVER HAS BEEN REVEALED AND I LOVE IT ANYWAY it?s almost April if we just casually overlook March and I AM SCARED AND NERVOUS FOR THIS BOOK. ...

    I couldn't hope for a better ending! ...

    Unfortunately, Defy the Fates was the weakest of the trilogy. That's not to say it wasn't still good and enjoyable (it was), it just didn't have the same tension, character development, and worldbuilding. It was cool and all, but nothing was really new, and the conflicts were resol...

    Defy the fates is the final installment in Constellation trilogy. I?ve been looking forward to this book, since I?ve finished Defy the Worlds. Well, I actually thought I was going to love this epic finale, but sadly I was left with disappointment. I didn?t expect that this was go...

    Whew, that was a whirlwind of three books in as many days. Loved the ending; it was satisfying and fun. Reading them so close together did make a few minor flaws in this book a bit more apparent, but they weren't enough to detract from the book overall. I would have almost preferre...

  • Andi
    Mar 30, 2019

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

    Defy the Fates was perfect, perfect, perfect. ...

    My local Barnes and Noble placed this out on the shelves early - nice. Now that the series is over, I feel kind of let down that the third book of the trilogy wasn't as engaging or enjoyable as the first two. I kind of suspected something (like being a tad left down) when I saw that...

  • Shelley
    Apr 28, 2019

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

    Defy the Fates was perfect, perfect, perfect. ...

    My local Barnes and Noble placed this out on the shelves early - nice. Now that the series is over, I feel kind of let down that the third book of the trilogy wasn't as engaging or enjoyable as the first two. I kind of suspected something (like being a tad left down) when I saw that...

    Satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. I actually found this one moved at a great pace and the characters really developed even more so. I really enjoyed the first two a lot but this one really focused a lot on Mansfield?s God complex (pet peeve of mine) and it got a bit obnoxious mo...

    4.5 stars I loved being back in this world but so sad that it is over! FRTC ...

    That about sums up my feelings on the last two books. This should've remained a standalone. The first book was so good! And it all just bit the dust. The lack of imagery is starkly apparent in the 2nd and 3rd books. It was easy to overlook this in the first one but when the sto...

    Graded By: Mandy C. Cover Story: Space Face(s) BFF Charms: Yay, Be Mine Swoonworthy Scale: 6 Talky Talk: Science Friction Bonus Factor: Cyborg Anti-Bonus Factor: TEABS Relationship Status: Forever Friends Read the full book report here. ...

    edit 5/26/19 I've settled on a four star rating because, while I preferred other books in the series, the series still feels worth the read to me and I enjoyed it so much overall. Happy reading! :) Post Reading This is a hard one to rate because I loved everything except for the l...

    I'm so very needy for this one. I want it come to an exciting, soaring end. ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Defy The Fates is the third and final installment in author Claudia Gray's Constellation Trilogy. The story picks up right where Defy The World ended with a shocking cliffhanger. Now, the author has a...

  • Cindy ✩☽ Savage Queen ♔
    May 25, 2018

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

  • Mary
    May 17, 2019

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

    Defy the Fates was perfect, perfect, perfect. ...

    My local Barnes and Noble placed this out on the shelves early - nice. Now that the series is over, I feel kind of let down that the third book of the trilogy wasn't as engaging or enjoyable as the first two. I kind of suspected something (like being a tad left down) when I saw that...

    Satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. I actually found this one moved at a great pace and the characters really developed even more so. I really enjoyed the first two a lot but this one really focused a lot on Mansfield?s God complex (pet peeve of mine) and it got a bit obnoxious mo...

    4.5 stars I loved being back in this world but so sad that it is over! FRTC ...

    That about sums up my feelings on the last two books. This should've remained a standalone. The first book was so good! And it all just bit the dust. The lack of imagery is starkly apparent in the 2nd and 3rd books. It was easy to overlook this in the first one but when the sto...

  • Suzanne
    May 16, 2019

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

    Defy the Fates was perfect, perfect, perfect. ...

    My local Barnes and Noble placed this out on the shelves early - nice. Now that the series is over, I feel kind of let down that the third book of the trilogy wasn't as engaging or enjoyable as the first two. I kind of suspected something (like being a tad left down) when I saw that...

    Satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. I actually found this one moved at a great pace and the characters really developed even more so. I really enjoyed the first two a lot but this one really focused a lot on Mansfield?s God complex (pet peeve of mine) and it got a bit obnoxious mo...

  • Raven_Blake (dreamy addictions)
    Apr 10, 2019

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

    Defy the Fates was perfect, perfect, perfect. ...

    My local Barnes and Noble placed this out on the shelves early - nice. Now that the series is over, I feel kind of let down that the third book of the trilogy wasn't as engaging or enjoyable as the first two. I kind of suspected something (like being a tad left down) when I saw that...

    Satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. I actually found this one moved at a great pace and the characters really developed even more so. I really enjoyed the first two a lot but this one really focused a lot on Mansfield?s God complex (pet peeve of mine) and it got a bit obnoxious mo...

    4.5 stars I loved being back in this world but so sad that it is over! FRTC ...

    That about sums up my feelings on the last two books. This should've remained a standalone. The first book was so good! And it all just bit the dust. The lack of imagery is starkly apparent in the 2nd and 3rd books. It was easy to overlook this in the first one but when the sto...

    Graded By: Mandy C. Cover Story: Space Face(s) BFF Charms: Yay, Be Mine Swoonworthy Scale: 6 Talky Talk: Science Friction Bonus Factor: Cyborg Anti-Bonus Factor: TEABS Relationship Status: Forever Friends Read the full book report here. ...

    edit 5/26/19 I've settled on a four star rating because, while I preferred other books in the series, the series still feels worth the read to me and I enjoyed it so much overall. Happy reading! :) Post Reading This is a hard one to rate because I loved everything except for the l...

    I'm so very needy for this one. I want it come to an exciting, soaring end. ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Defy The Fates is the third and final installment in author Claudia Gray's Constellation Trilogy. The story picks up right where Defy The World ended with a shocking cliffhanger. Now, the author has a...

    Quick Stats: Overall: 4/5 Stars Characters: 4/5 Setting: 5/5 Writing: 4/5 Plot and Themes: 4/5 Awesomeness Factor: 3/5 Review in a Nutshell: Defy the Fates is an action-packed ending with all of the humor, romance, and philosophizing that the first two books made me fall in love...

    I'm glad I finished this trilogy out, but this was definitely my least favorite of the three books. I'm definitely disappointed because the first book in this series is a book I really loved, and I really enjoyed the second one too! I just felt like this third book was kinda repetitive...

    This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd Short and Simple Review I have to admit that I did not like this one as much as the previous two. I still loved it, I gave it four stars, but that is one less star than the previous books. For some odd reason, I felt lik...

    A nail biting ending of an incredible trilogy. Defy the Fates has stood up to its story, name and imagination it brings forwards. The shock with which we ended up in the previous part is retained for few chapters where we do not know how things will turn out to be. I gotta say that A...

    4.5 stars Sci-fi's not my favourite genre but the Constellation series is fantastic. It's so underrated I wish more people would read it! Defy the Fates is a death-defying conclusion befitting the imaginative adventure that started in Defy the Stars. The story is fast-paced with ...

    I'm so disappointed I didn't love this more. As a huge fan of the first two books, this one fell flat. I still love the characters and the romance, but Noemi and Abel spent a lot of the time in this book either bickering, misunderstanding each other or apart. The pacing was slower and ...

    I read this in ONE DAY. And I suffered through the worst traffic to get it the day it was released. I LOVE THIS SERIES!!!!! ...

    I'm not ready . . . but I am at the same time! Defy the Stars and Defy the Worlds had me hooked, then they tore me apart, built me up, tore me apart AGAIN, built me up AGAIN, and then both of their endings tore me to SHREDS. I loved it. I hated it. But above all I loved them both...

    This was a great ending to a fantastic series! I loved these books, the characters were interesting and fun and the plot was cool and had twists and new ideas that I loved. This book especially was well paced and kept me hooked. Abel has so many realizations as he becomes an actual pe...

    I had such high expectations but I just could not stay interested in this story so i had to DNF ...

    THE COVER HAS BEEN REVEALED AND I LOVE IT ANYWAY it?s almost April if we just casually overlook March and I AM SCARED AND NERVOUS FOR THIS BOOK. ...

    I couldn't hope for a better ending! ...

    Unfortunately, Defy the Fates was the weakest of the trilogy. That's not to say it wasn't still good and enjoyable (it was), it just didn't have the same tension, character development, and worldbuilding. It was cool and all, but nothing was really new, and the conflicts were resol...

    Defy the fates is the final installment in Constellation trilogy. I?ve been looking forward to this book, since I?ve finished Defy the Worlds. Well, I actually thought I was going to love this epic finale, but sadly I was left with disappointment. I didn?t expect that this was go...

  • Sara (A Gingerly Review)
    Apr 04, 2019

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

    Defy the Fates was perfect, perfect, perfect. ...

    My local Barnes and Noble placed this out on the shelves early - nice. Now that the series is over, I feel kind of let down that the third book of the trilogy wasn't as engaging or enjoyable as the first two. I kind of suspected something (like being a tad left down) when I saw that...

    Satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. I actually found this one moved at a great pace and the characters really developed even more so. I really enjoyed the first two a lot but this one really focused a lot on Mansfield?s God complex (pet peeve of mine) and it got a bit obnoxious mo...

    4.5 stars I loved being back in this world but so sad that it is over! FRTC ...

  • mith
    Aug 09, 2018

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

    Defy the Fates was perfect, perfect, perfect. ...

    My local Barnes and Noble placed this out on the shelves early - nice. Now that the series is over, I feel kind of let down that the third book of the trilogy wasn't as engaging or enjoyable as the first two. I kind of suspected something (like being a tad left down) when I saw that...

    Satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. I actually found this one moved at a great pace and the characters really developed even more so. I really enjoyed the first two a lot but this one really focused a lot on Mansfield?s God complex (pet peeve of mine) and it got a bit obnoxious mo...

    4.5 stars I loved being back in this world but so sad that it is over! FRTC ...

    That about sums up my feelings on the last two books. This should've remained a standalone. The first book was so good! And it all just bit the dust. The lack of imagery is starkly apparent in the 2nd and 3rd books. It was easy to overlook this in the first one but when the sto...

    Graded By: Mandy C. Cover Story: Space Face(s) BFF Charms: Yay, Be Mine Swoonworthy Scale: 6 Talky Talk: Science Friction Bonus Factor: Cyborg Anti-Bonus Factor: TEABS Relationship Status: Forever Friends Read the full book report here. ...

    edit 5/26/19 I've settled on a four star rating because, while I preferred other books in the series, the series still feels worth the read to me and I enjoyed it so much overall. Happy reading! :) Post Reading This is a hard one to rate because I loved everything except for the l...

    I'm so very needy for this one. I want it come to an exciting, soaring end. ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Defy The Fates is the third and final installment in author Claudia Gray's Constellation Trilogy. The story picks up right where Defy The World ended with a shocking cliffhanger. Now, the author has a...

    Quick Stats: Overall: 4/5 Stars Characters: 4/5 Setting: 5/5 Writing: 4/5 Plot and Themes: 4/5 Awesomeness Factor: 3/5 Review in a Nutshell: Defy the Fates is an action-packed ending with all of the humor, romance, and philosophizing that the first two books made me fall in love...

    I'm glad I finished this trilogy out, but this was definitely my least favorite of the three books. I'm definitely disappointed because the first book in this series is a book I really loved, and I really enjoyed the second one too! I just felt like this third book was kinda repetitive...

    This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd Short and Simple Review I have to admit that I did not like this one as much as the previous two. I still loved it, I gave it four stars, but that is one less star than the previous books. For some odd reason, I felt lik...

    A nail biting ending of an incredible trilogy. Defy the Fates has stood up to its story, name and imagination it brings forwards. The shock with which we ended up in the previous part is retained for few chapters where we do not know how things will turn out to be. I gotta say that A...

    4.5 stars Sci-fi's not my favourite genre but the Constellation series is fantastic. It's so underrated I wish more people would read it! Defy the Fates is a death-defying conclusion befitting the imaginative adventure that started in Defy the Stars. The story is fast-paced with ...

    I'm so disappointed I didn't love this more. As a huge fan of the first two books, this one fell flat. I still love the characters and the romance, but Noemi and Abel spent a lot of the time in this book either bickering, misunderstanding each other or apart. The pacing was slower and ...

    I read this in ONE DAY. And I suffered through the worst traffic to get it the day it was released. I LOVE THIS SERIES!!!!! ...

    I'm not ready . . . but I am at the same time! Defy the Stars and Defy the Worlds had me hooked, then they tore me apart, built me up, tore me apart AGAIN, built me up AGAIN, and then both of their endings tore me to SHREDS. I loved it. I hated it. But above all I loved them both...

    This was a great ending to a fantastic series! I loved these books, the characters were interesting and fun and the plot was cool and had twists and new ideas that I loved. This book especially was well paced and kept me hooked. Abel has so many realizations as he becomes an actual pe...

    I had such high expectations but I just could not stay interested in this story so i had to DNF ...

    THE COVER HAS BEEN REVEALED AND I LOVE IT ANYWAY it?s almost April if we just casually overlook March and I AM SCARED AND NERVOUS FOR THIS BOOK. ...

  • Jessica (The Psychotic Nerd)
    May 18, 2019

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

    Defy the Fates was perfect, perfect, perfect. ...

    My local Barnes and Noble placed this out on the shelves early - nice. Now that the series is over, I feel kind of let down that the third book of the trilogy wasn't as engaging or enjoyable as the first two. I kind of suspected something (like being a tad left down) when I saw that...

    Satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. I actually found this one moved at a great pace and the characters really developed even more so. I really enjoyed the first two a lot but this one really focused a lot on Mansfield?s God complex (pet peeve of mine) and it got a bit obnoxious mo...

    4.5 stars I loved being back in this world but so sad that it is over! FRTC ...

    That about sums up my feelings on the last two books. This should've remained a standalone. The first book was so good! And it all just bit the dust. The lack of imagery is starkly apparent in the 2nd and 3rd books. It was easy to overlook this in the first one but when the sto...

    Graded By: Mandy C. Cover Story: Space Face(s) BFF Charms: Yay, Be Mine Swoonworthy Scale: 6 Talky Talk: Science Friction Bonus Factor: Cyborg Anti-Bonus Factor: TEABS Relationship Status: Forever Friends Read the full book report here. ...

    edit 5/26/19 I've settled on a four star rating because, while I preferred other books in the series, the series still feels worth the read to me and I enjoyed it so much overall. Happy reading! :) Post Reading This is a hard one to rate because I loved everything except for the l...

    I'm so very needy for this one. I want it come to an exciting, soaring end. ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Defy The Fates is the third and final installment in author Claudia Gray's Constellation Trilogy. The story picks up right where Defy The World ended with a shocking cliffhanger. Now, the author has a...

    Quick Stats: Overall: 4/5 Stars Characters: 4/5 Setting: 5/5 Writing: 4/5 Plot and Themes: 4/5 Awesomeness Factor: 3/5 Review in a Nutshell: Defy the Fates is an action-packed ending with all of the humor, romance, and philosophizing that the first two books made me fall in love...

    I'm glad I finished this trilogy out, but this was definitely my least favorite of the three books. I'm definitely disappointed because the first book in this series is a book I really loved, and I really enjoyed the second one too! I just felt like this third book was kinda repetitive...

    This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd Short and Simple Review I have to admit that I did not like this one as much as the previous two. I still loved it, I gave it four stars, but that is one less star than the previous books. For some odd reason, I felt lik...

  • Aly
    Jun 10, 2019

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

    Defy the Fates was perfect, perfect, perfect. ...

    My local Barnes and Noble placed this out on the shelves early - nice. Now that the series is over, I feel kind of let down that the third book of the trilogy wasn't as engaging or enjoyable as the first two. I kind of suspected something (like being a tad left down) when I saw that...

    Satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. I actually found this one moved at a great pace and the characters really developed even more so. I really enjoyed the first two a lot but this one really focused a lot on Mansfield?s God complex (pet peeve of mine) and it got a bit obnoxious mo...

    4.5 stars I loved being back in this world but so sad that it is over! FRTC ...

    That about sums up my feelings on the last two books. This should've remained a standalone. The first book was so good! And it all just bit the dust. The lack of imagery is starkly apparent in the 2nd and 3rd books. It was easy to overlook this in the first one but when the sto...

    Graded By: Mandy C. Cover Story: Space Face(s) BFF Charms: Yay, Be Mine Swoonworthy Scale: 6 Talky Talk: Science Friction Bonus Factor: Cyborg Anti-Bonus Factor: TEABS Relationship Status: Forever Friends Read the full book report here. ...

    edit 5/26/19 I've settled on a four star rating because, while I preferred other books in the series, the series still feels worth the read to me and I enjoyed it so much overall. Happy reading! :) Post Reading This is a hard one to rate because I loved everything except for the l...

    I'm so very needy for this one. I want it come to an exciting, soaring end. ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Defy The Fates is the third and final installment in author Claudia Gray's Constellation Trilogy. The story picks up right where Defy The World ended with a shocking cliffhanger. Now, the author has a...

    Quick Stats: Overall: 4/5 Stars Characters: 4/5 Setting: 5/5 Writing: 4/5 Plot and Themes: 4/5 Awesomeness Factor: 3/5 Review in a Nutshell: Defy the Fates is an action-packed ending with all of the humor, romance, and philosophizing that the first two books made me fall in love...

    I'm glad I finished this trilogy out, but this was definitely my least favorite of the three books. I'm definitely disappointed because the first book in this series is a book I really loved, and I really enjoyed the second one too! I just felt like this third book was kinda repetitive...

    This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd Short and Simple Review I have to admit that I did not like this one as much as the previous two. I still loved it, I gave it four stars, but that is one less star than the previous books. For some odd reason, I felt lik...

    A nail biting ending of an incredible trilogy. Defy the Fates has stood up to its story, name and imagination it brings forwards. The shock with which we ended up in the previous part is retained for few chapters where we do not know how things will turn out to be. I gotta say that A...

    4.5 stars Sci-fi's not my favourite genre but the Constellation series is fantastic. It's so underrated I wish more people would read it! Defy the Fates is a death-defying conclusion befitting the imaginative adventure that started in Defy the Stars. The story is fast-paced with ...

    I'm so disappointed I didn't love this more. As a huge fan of the first two books, this one fell flat. I still love the characters and the romance, but Noemi and Abel spent a lot of the time in this book either bickering, misunderstanding each other or apart. The pacing was slower and ...

    I read this in ONE DAY. And I suffered through the worst traffic to get it the day it was released. I LOVE THIS SERIES!!!!! ...

    I'm not ready . . . but I am at the same time! Defy the Stars and Defy the Worlds had me hooked, then they tore me apart, built me up, tore me apart AGAIN, built me up AGAIN, and then both of their endings tore me to SHREDS. I loved it. I hated it. But above all I loved them both...

    This was a great ending to a fantastic series! I loved these books, the characters were interesting and fun and the plot was cool and had twists and new ideas that I loved. This book especially was well paced and kept me hooked. Abel has so many realizations as he becomes an actual pe...

  • Lilia Visser
    Apr 17, 2019

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

    Defy the Fates was perfect, perfect, perfect. ...

    My local Barnes and Noble placed this out on the shelves early - nice. Now that the series is over, I feel kind of let down that the third book of the trilogy wasn't as engaging or enjoyable as the first two. I kind of suspected something (like being a tad left down) when I saw that...

    Satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. I actually found this one moved at a great pace and the characters really developed even more so. I really enjoyed the first two a lot but this one really focused a lot on Mansfield?s God complex (pet peeve of mine) and it got a bit obnoxious mo...

    4.5 stars I loved being back in this world but so sad that it is over! FRTC ...

    That about sums up my feelings on the last two books. This should've remained a standalone. The first book was so good! And it all just bit the dust. The lack of imagery is starkly apparent in the 2nd and 3rd books. It was easy to overlook this in the first one but when the sto...

    Graded By: Mandy C. Cover Story: Space Face(s) BFF Charms: Yay, Be Mine Swoonworthy Scale: 6 Talky Talk: Science Friction Bonus Factor: Cyborg Anti-Bonus Factor: TEABS Relationship Status: Forever Friends Read the full book report here. ...

    edit 5/26/19 I've settled on a four star rating because, while I preferred other books in the series, the series still feels worth the read to me and I enjoyed it so much overall. Happy reading! :) Post Reading This is a hard one to rate because I loved everything except for the l...

    I'm so very needy for this one. I want it come to an exciting, soaring end. ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Defy The Fates is the third and final installment in author Claudia Gray's Constellation Trilogy. The story picks up right where Defy The World ended with a shocking cliffhanger. Now, the author has a...

    Quick Stats: Overall: 4/5 Stars Characters: 4/5 Setting: 5/5 Writing: 4/5 Plot and Themes: 4/5 Awesomeness Factor: 3/5 Review in a Nutshell: Defy the Fates is an action-packed ending with all of the humor, romance, and philosophizing that the first two books made me fall in love...

    I'm glad I finished this trilogy out, but this was definitely my least favorite of the three books. I'm definitely disappointed because the first book in this series is a book I really loved, and I really enjoyed the second one too! I just felt like this third book was kinda repetitive...

    This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd Short and Simple Review I have to admit that I did not like this one as much as the previous two. I still loved it, I gave it four stars, but that is one less star than the previous books. For some odd reason, I felt lik...

    A nail biting ending of an incredible trilogy. Defy the Fates has stood up to its story, name and imagination it brings forwards. The shock with which we ended up in the previous part is retained for few chapters where we do not know how things will turn out to be. I gotta say that A...

    4.5 stars Sci-fi's not my favourite genre but the Constellation series is fantastic. It's so underrated I wish more people would read it! Defy the Fates is a death-defying conclusion befitting the imaginative adventure that started in Defy the Stars. The story is fast-paced with ...

    I'm so disappointed I didn't love this more. As a huge fan of the first two books, this one fell flat. I still love the characters and the romance, but Noemi and Abel spent a lot of the time in this book either bickering, misunderstanding each other or apart. The pacing was slower and ...

    I read this in ONE DAY. And I suffered through the worst traffic to get it the day it was released. I LOVE THIS SERIES!!!!! ...

    I'm not ready . . . but I am at the same time! Defy the Stars and Defy the Worlds had me hooked, then they tore me apart, built me up, tore me apart AGAIN, built me up AGAIN, and then both of their endings tore me to SHREDS. I loved it. I hated it. But above all I loved them both...

    This was a great ending to a fantastic series! I loved these books, the characters were interesting and fun and the plot was cool and had twists and new ideas that I loved. This book especially was well paced and kept me hooked. Abel has so many realizations as he becomes an actual pe...

    I had such high expectations but I just could not stay interested in this story so i had to DNF ...

    THE COVER HAS BEEN REVEALED AND I LOVE IT ANYWAY it?s almost April if we just casually overlook March and I AM SCARED AND NERVOUS FOR THIS BOOK. ...

    I couldn't hope for a better ending! ...

    Unfortunately, Defy the Fates was the weakest of the trilogy. That's not to say it wasn't still good and enjoyable (it was), it just didn't have the same tension, character development, and worldbuilding. It was cool and all, but nothing was really new, and the conflicts were resol...

    Defy the fates is the final installment in Constellation trilogy. I?ve been looking forward to this book, since I?ve finished Defy the Worlds. Well, I actually thought I was going to love this epic finale, but sadly I was left with disappointment. I didn?t expect that this was go...

    Whew, that was a whirlwind of three books in as many days. Loved the ending; it was satisfying and fun. Reading them so close together did make a few minor flaws in this book a bit more apparent, but they weren't enough to detract from the book overall. I would have almost preferre...

    So, this is it, huh? My first 5 star series in a loooong time. The Constellation trilogy started off with a bang, hit the middle with a bigger band, and ended with a humongous explosion of feels, great plot points, and an awesome set of characters that I'd probably root to the en...

    More a 4,5 ?. I loved the first two books of this series, but this one is definitely the best. It goes in so many directions, all of them right and well done, that you have to go with them. In a YA book I usually see the plot developing from a mile away, but in this book Claudi...

  • Jennifer
    Apr 11, 2019

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

    Defy the Fates was perfect, perfect, perfect. ...

    My local Barnes and Noble placed this out on the shelves early - nice. Now that the series is over, I feel kind of let down that the third book of the trilogy wasn't as engaging or enjoyable as the first two. I kind of suspected something (like being a tad left down) when I saw that...

    Satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. I actually found this one moved at a great pace and the characters really developed even more so. I really enjoyed the first two a lot but this one really focused a lot on Mansfield?s God complex (pet peeve of mine) and it got a bit obnoxious mo...

    4.5 stars I loved being back in this world but so sad that it is over! FRTC ...

    That about sums up my feelings on the last two books. This should've remained a standalone. The first book was so good! And it all just bit the dust. The lack of imagery is starkly apparent in the 2nd and 3rd books. It was easy to overlook this in the first one but when the sto...

    Graded By: Mandy C. Cover Story: Space Face(s) BFF Charms: Yay, Be Mine Swoonworthy Scale: 6 Talky Talk: Science Friction Bonus Factor: Cyborg Anti-Bonus Factor: TEABS Relationship Status: Forever Friends Read the full book report here. ...

    edit 5/26/19 I've settled on a four star rating because, while I preferred other books in the series, the series still feels worth the read to me and I enjoyed it so much overall. Happy reading! :) Post Reading This is a hard one to rate because I loved everything except for the l...

    I'm so very needy for this one. I want it come to an exciting, soaring end. ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Defy The Fates is the third and final installment in author Claudia Gray's Constellation Trilogy. The story picks up right where Defy The World ended with a shocking cliffhanger. Now, the author has a...

    Quick Stats: Overall: 4/5 Stars Characters: 4/5 Setting: 5/5 Writing: 4/5 Plot and Themes: 4/5 Awesomeness Factor: 3/5 Review in a Nutshell: Defy the Fates is an action-packed ending with all of the humor, romance, and philosophizing that the first two books made me fall in love...

    I'm glad I finished this trilogy out, but this was definitely my least favorite of the three books. I'm definitely disappointed because the first book in this series is a book I really loved, and I really enjoyed the second one too! I just felt like this third book was kinda repetitive...

    This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd Short and Simple Review I have to admit that I did not like this one as much as the previous two. I still loved it, I gave it four stars, but that is one less star than the previous books. For some odd reason, I felt lik...

    A nail biting ending of an incredible trilogy. Defy the Fates has stood up to its story, name and imagination it brings forwards. The shock with which we ended up in the previous part is retained for few chapters where we do not know how things will turn out to be. I gotta say that A...

    4.5 stars Sci-fi's not my favourite genre but the Constellation series is fantastic. It's so underrated I wish more people would read it! Defy the Fates is a death-defying conclusion befitting the imaginative adventure that started in Defy the Stars. The story is fast-paced with ...

    I'm so disappointed I didn't love this more. As a huge fan of the first two books, this one fell flat. I still love the characters and the romance, but Noemi and Abel spent a lot of the time in this book either bickering, misunderstanding each other or apart. The pacing was slower and ...

    I read this in ONE DAY. And I suffered through the worst traffic to get it the day it was released. I LOVE THIS SERIES!!!!! ...

    I'm not ready . . . but I am at the same time! Defy the Stars and Defy the Worlds had me hooked, then they tore me apart, built me up, tore me apart AGAIN, built me up AGAIN, and then both of their endings tore me to SHREDS. I loved it. I hated it. But above all I loved them both...

    This was a great ending to a fantastic series! I loved these books, the characters were interesting and fun and the plot was cool and had twists and new ideas that I loved. This book especially was well paced and kept me hooked. Abel has so many realizations as he becomes an actual pe...

    I had such high expectations but I just could not stay interested in this story so i had to DNF ...

    THE COVER HAS BEEN REVEALED AND I LOVE IT ANYWAY it?s almost April if we just casually overlook March and I AM SCARED AND NERVOUS FOR THIS BOOK. ...

    I couldn't hope for a better ending! ...

    Unfortunately, Defy the Fates was the weakest of the trilogy. That's not to say it wasn't still good and enjoyable (it was), it just didn't have the same tension, character development, and worldbuilding. It was cool and all, but nothing was really new, and the conflicts were resol...

    Defy the fates is the final installment in Constellation trilogy. I?ve been looking forward to this book, since I?ve finished Defy the Worlds. Well, I actually thought I was going to love this epic finale, but sadly I was left with disappointment. I didn?t expect that this was go...

    Whew, that was a whirlwind of three books in as many days. Loved the ending; it was satisfying and fun. Reading them so close together did make a few minor flaws in this book a bit more apparent, but they weren't enough to detract from the book overall. I would have almost preferre...

    So, this is it, huh? My first 5 star series in a loooong time. The Constellation trilogy started off with a bang, hit the middle with a bigger band, and ended with a humongous explosion of feels, great plot points, and an awesome set of characters that I'd probably root to the en...

    More a 4,5 ?. I loved the first two books of this series, but this one is definitely the best. It goes in so many directions, all of them right and well done, that you have to go with them. In a YA book I usually see the plot developing from a mile away, but in this book Claudi...

    Oh my. I can't believe it's over. I'm relieved in a way, because this frantic "running around the galaxy and running into more problems" thing was a little exhausting. I really enjoyed following Abe and Noemi's adventures and I'll miss them. ...

    4.5 stars. It would have been 5 but... something big I was expecting didnt happen and WHY NOT. Ugh. ...

  • Zunaira Ghazal
    May 28, 2019

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

    Defy the Fates was perfect, perfect, perfect. ...

    My local Barnes and Noble placed this out on the shelves early - nice. Now that the series is over, I feel kind of let down that the third book of the trilogy wasn't as engaging or enjoyable as the first two. I kind of suspected something (like being a tad left down) when I saw that...

    Satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. I actually found this one moved at a great pace and the characters really developed even more so. I really enjoyed the first two a lot but this one really focused a lot on Mansfield?s God complex (pet peeve of mine) and it got a bit obnoxious mo...

    4.5 stars I loved being back in this world but so sad that it is over! FRTC ...

    That about sums up my feelings on the last two books. This should've remained a standalone. The first book was so good! And it all just bit the dust. The lack of imagery is starkly apparent in the 2nd and 3rd books. It was easy to overlook this in the first one but when the sto...

    Graded By: Mandy C. Cover Story: Space Face(s) BFF Charms: Yay, Be Mine Swoonworthy Scale: 6 Talky Talk: Science Friction Bonus Factor: Cyborg Anti-Bonus Factor: TEABS Relationship Status: Forever Friends Read the full book report here. ...

    edit 5/26/19 I've settled on a four star rating because, while I preferred other books in the series, the series still feels worth the read to me and I enjoyed it so much overall. Happy reading! :) Post Reading This is a hard one to rate because I loved everything except for the l...

    I'm so very needy for this one. I want it come to an exciting, soaring end. ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Defy The Fates is the third and final installment in author Claudia Gray's Constellation Trilogy. The story picks up right where Defy The World ended with a shocking cliffhanger. Now, the author has a...

    Quick Stats: Overall: 4/5 Stars Characters: 4/5 Setting: 5/5 Writing: 4/5 Plot and Themes: 4/5 Awesomeness Factor: 3/5 Review in a Nutshell: Defy the Fates is an action-packed ending with all of the humor, romance, and philosophizing that the first two books made me fall in love...

    I'm glad I finished this trilogy out, but this was definitely my least favorite of the three books. I'm definitely disappointed because the first book in this series is a book I really loved, and I really enjoyed the second one too! I just felt like this third book was kinda repetitive...

    This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd Short and Simple Review I have to admit that I did not like this one as much as the previous two. I still loved it, I gave it four stars, but that is one less star than the previous books. For some odd reason, I felt lik...

    A nail biting ending of an incredible trilogy. Defy the Fates has stood up to its story, name and imagination it brings forwards. The shock with which we ended up in the previous part is retained for few chapters where we do not know how things will turn out to be. I gotta say that A...

    4.5 stars Sci-fi's not my favourite genre but the Constellation series is fantastic. It's so underrated I wish more people would read it! Defy the Fates is a death-defying conclusion befitting the imaginative adventure that started in Defy the Stars. The story is fast-paced with ...

    I'm so disappointed I didn't love this more. As a huge fan of the first two books, this one fell flat. I still love the characters and the romance, but Noemi and Abel spent a lot of the time in this book either bickering, misunderstanding each other or apart. The pacing was slower and ...

    I read this in ONE DAY. And I suffered through the worst traffic to get it the day it was released. I LOVE THIS SERIES!!!!! ...

    I'm not ready . . . but I am at the same time! Defy the Stars and Defy the Worlds had me hooked, then they tore me apart, built me up, tore me apart AGAIN, built me up AGAIN, and then both of their endings tore me to SHREDS. I loved it. I hated it. But above all I loved them both...

    This was a great ending to a fantastic series! I loved these books, the characters were interesting and fun and the plot was cool and had twists and new ideas that I loved. This book especially was well paced and kept me hooked. Abel has so many realizations as he becomes an actual pe...

    I had such high expectations but I just could not stay interested in this story so i had to DNF ...

    THE COVER HAS BEEN REVEALED AND I LOVE IT ANYWAY it?s almost April if we just casually overlook March and I AM SCARED AND NERVOUS FOR THIS BOOK. ...

    I couldn't hope for a better ending! ...

    Unfortunately, Defy the Fates was the weakest of the trilogy. That's not to say it wasn't still good and enjoyable (it was), it just didn't have the same tension, character development, and worldbuilding. It was cool and all, but nothing was really new, and the conflicts were resol...

    Defy the fates is the final installment in Constellation trilogy. I?ve been looking forward to this book, since I?ve finished Defy the Worlds. Well, I actually thought I was going to love this epic finale, but sadly I was left with disappointment. I didn?t expect that this was go...

    Whew, that was a whirlwind of three books in as many days. Loved the ending; it was satisfying and fun. Reading them so close together did make a few minor flaws in this book a bit more apparent, but they weren't enough to detract from the book overall. I would have almost preferre...

    So, this is it, huh? My first 5 star series in a loooong time. The Constellation trilogy started off with a bang, hit the middle with a bigger band, and ended with a humongous explosion of feels, great plot points, and an awesome set of characters that I'd probably root to the en...

  • Bookphenomena (Micky)
    Aug 03, 2018

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

    Defy the Fates was perfect, perfect, perfect. ...

    My local Barnes and Noble placed this out on the shelves early - nice. Now that the series is over, I feel kind of let down that the third book of the trilogy wasn't as engaging or enjoyable as the first two. I kind of suspected something (like being a tad left down) when I saw that...

    Satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. I actually found this one moved at a great pace and the characters really developed even more so. I really enjoyed the first two a lot but this one really focused a lot on Mansfield?s God complex (pet peeve of mine) and it got a bit obnoxious mo...

    4.5 stars I loved being back in this world but so sad that it is over! FRTC ...

    That about sums up my feelings on the last two books. This should've remained a standalone. The first book was so good! And it all just bit the dust. The lack of imagery is starkly apparent in the 2nd and 3rd books. It was easy to overlook this in the first one but when the sto...

    Graded By: Mandy C. Cover Story: Space Face(s) BFF Charms: Yay, Be Mine Swoonworthy Scale: 6 Talky Talk: Science Friction Bonus Factor: Cyborg Anti-Bonus Factor: TEABS Relationship Status: Forever Friends Read the full book report here. ...

    edit 5/26/19 I've settled on a four star rating because, while I preferred other books in the series, the series still feels worth the read to me and I enjoyed it so much overall. Happy reading! :) Post Reading This is a hard one to rate because I loved everything except for the l...

    I'm so very needy for this one. I want it come to an exciting, soaring end. ...

  • Jacqueline
    Dec 07, 2018

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

    Defy the Fates was perfect, perfect, perfect. ...

    My local Barnes and Noble placed this out on the shelves early - nice. Now that the series is over, I feel kind of let down that the third book of the trilogy wasn't as engaging or enjoyable as the first two. I kind of suspected something (like being a tad left down) when I saw that...

    Satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. I actually found this one moved at a great pace and the characters really developed even more so. I really enjoyed the first two a lot but this one really focused a lot on Mansfield?s God complex (pet peeve of mine) and it got a bit obnoxious mo...

    4.5 stars I loved being back in this world but so sad that it is over! FRTC ...

    That about sums up my feelings on the last two books. This should've remained a standalone. The first book was so good! And it all just bit the dust. The lack of imagery is starkly apparent in the 2nd and 3rd books. It was easy to overlook this in the first one but when the sto...

    Graded By: Mandy C. Cover Story: Space Face(s) BFF Charms: Yay, Be Mine Swoonworthy Scale: 6 Talky Talk: Science Friction Bonus Factor: Cyborg Anti-Bonus Factor: TEABS Relationship Status: Forever Friends Read the full book report here. ...

    edit 5/26/19 I've settled on a four star rating because, while I preferred other books in the series, the series still feels worth the read to me and I enjoyed it so much overall. Happy reading! :) Post Reading This is a hard one to rate because I loved everything except for the l...

  • Eileen (BookCatPin)
    Jun 01, 2019

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

    Defy the Fates was perfect, perfect, perfect. ...

    My local Barnes and Noble placed this out on the shelves early - nice. Now that the series is over, I feel kind of let down that the third book of the trilogy wasn't as engaging or enjoyable as the first two. I kind of suspected something (like being a tad left down) when I saw that...

    Satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. I actually found this one moved at a great pace and the characters really developed even more so. I really enjoyed the first two a lot but this one really focused a lot on Mansfield?s God complex (pet peeve of mine) and it got a bit obnoxious mo...

    4.5 stars I loved being back in this world but so sad that it is over! FRTC ...

    That about sums up my feelings on the last two books. This should've remained a standalone. The first book was so good! And it all just bit the dust. The lack of imagery is starkly apparent in the 2nd and 3rd books. It was easy to overlook this in the first one but when the sto...

    Graded By: Mandy C. Cover Story: Space Face(s) BFF Charms: Yay, Be Mine Swoonworthy Scale: 6 Talky Talk: Science Friction Bonus Factor: Cyborg Anti-Bonus Factor: TEABS Relationship Status: Forever Friends Read the full book report here. ...

    edit 5/26/19 I've settled on a four star rating because, while I preferred other books in the series, the series still feels worth the read to me and I enjoyed it so much overall. Happy reading! :) Post Reading This is a hard one to rate because I loved everything except for the l...

    I'm so very needy for this one. I want it come to an exciting, soaring end. ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Defy The Fates is the third and final installment in author Claudia Gray's Constellation Trilogy. The story picks up right where Defy The World ended with a shocking cliffhanger. Now, the author has a...

    Quick Stats: Overall: 4/5 Stars Characters: 4/5 Setting: 5/5 Writing: 4/5 Plot and Themes: 4/5 Awesomeness Factor: 3/5 Review in a Nutshell: Defy the Fates is an action-packed ending with all of the humor, romance, and philosophizing that the first two books made me fall in love...

    I'm glad I finished this trilogy out, but this was definitely my least favorite of the three books. I'm definitely disappointed because the first book in this series is a book I really loved, and I really enjoyed the second one too! I just felt like this third book was kinda repetitive...

    This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd Short and Simple Review I have to admit that I did not like this one as much as the previous two. I still loved it, I gave it four stars, but that is one less star than the previous books. For some odd reason, I felt lik...

    A nail biting ending of an incredible trilogy. Defy the Fates has stood up to its story, name and imagination it brings forwards. The shock with which we ended up in the previous part is retained for few chapters where we do not know how things will turn out to be. I gotta say that A...

    4.5 stars Sci-fi's not my favourite genre but the Constellation series is fantastic. It's so underrated I wish more people would read it! Defy the Fates is a death-defying conclusion befitting the imaginative adventure that started in Defy the Stars. The story is fast-paced with ...

  • Forever Young Adult
    May 25, 2019

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

    Defy the Fates was perfect, perfect, perfect. ...

    My local Barnes and Noble placed this out on the shelves early - nice. Now that the series is over, I feel kind of let down that the third book of the trilogy wasn't as engaging or enjoyable as the first two. I kind of suspected something (like being a tad left down) when I saw that...

    Satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. I actually found this one moved at a great pace and the characters really developed even more so. I really enjoyed the first two a lot but this one really focused a lot on Mansfield?s God complex (pet peeve of mine) and it got a bit obnoxious mo...

    4.5 stars I loved being back in this world but so sad that it is over! FRTC ...

    That about sums up my feelings on the last two books. This should've remained a standalone. The first book was so good! And it all just bit the dust. The lack of imagery is starkly apparent in the 2nd and 3rd books. It was easy to overlook this in the first one but when the sto...

    Graded By: Mandy C. Cover Story: Space Face(s) BFF Charms: Yay, Be Mine Swoonworthy Scale: 6 Talky Talk: Science Friction Bonus Factor: Cyborg Anti-Bonus Factor: TEABS Relationship Status: Forever Friends Read the full book report here. ...

  • Adah Udechukwu
    Apr 15, 2019

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

    Defy the Fates was perfect, perfect, perfect. ...

  • Alexandra
    Apr 09, 2019

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

    Defy the Fates was perfect, perfect, perfect. ...

    My local Barnes and Noble placed this out on the shelves early - nice. Now that the series is over, I feel kind of let down that the third book of the trilogy wasn't as engaging or enjoyable as the first two. I kind of suspected something (like being a tad left down) when I saw that...

    Satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. I actually found this one moved at a great pace and the characters really developed even more so. I really enjoyed the first two a lot but this one really focused a lot on Mansfield?s God complex (pet peeve of mine) and it got a bit obnoxious mo...

    4.5 stars I loved being back in this world but so sad that it is over! FRTC ...

    That about sums up my feelings on the last two books. This should've remained a standalone. The first book was so good! And it all just bit the dust. The lack of imagery is starkly apparent in the 2nd and 3rd books. It was easy to overlook this in the first one but when the sto...

    Graded By: Mandy C. Cover Story: Space Face(s) BFF Charms: Yay, Be Mine Swoonworthy Scale: 6 Talky Talk: Science Friction Bonus Factor: Cyborg Anti-Bonus Factor: TEABS Relationship Status: Forever Friends Read the full book report here. ...

    edit 5/26/19 I've settled on a four star rating because, while I preferred other books in the series, the series still feels worth the read to me and I enjoyed it so much overall. Happy reading! :) Post Reading This is a hard one to rate because I loved everything except for the l...

    I'm so very needy for this one. I want it come to an exciting, soaring end. ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Defy The Fates is the third and final installment in author Claudia Gray's Constellation Trilogy. The story picks up right where Defy The World ended with a shocking cliffhanger. Now, the author has a...

    Quick Stats: Overall: 4/5 Stars Characters: 4/5 Setting: 5/5 Writing: 4/5 Plot and Themes: 4/5 Awesomeness Factor: 3/5 Review in a Nutshell: Defy the Fates is an action-packed ending with all of the humor, romance, and philosophizing that the first two books made me fall in love...

    I'm glad I finished this trilogy out, but this was definitely my least favorite of the three books. I'm definitely disappointed because the first book in this series is a book I really loved, and I really enjoyed the second one too! I just felt like this third book was kinda repetitive...

    This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd Short and Simple Review I have to admit that I did not like this one as much as the previous two. I still loved it, I gave it four stars, but that is one less star than the previous books. For some odd reason, I felt lik...

    A nail biting ending of an incredible trilogy. Defy the Fates has stood up to its story, name and imagination it brings forwards. The shock with which we ended up in the previous part is retained for few chapters where we do not know how things will turn out to be. I gotta say that A...

    4.5 stars Sci-fi's not my favourite genre but the Constellation series is fantastic. It's so underrated I wish more people would read it! Defy the Fates is a death-defying conclusion befitting the imaginative adventure that started in Defy the Stars. The story is fast-paced with ...

    I'm so disappointed I didn't love this more. As a huge fan of the first two books, this one fell flat. I still love the characters and the romance, but Noemi and Abel spent a lot of the time in this book either bickering, misunderstanding each other or apart. The pacing was slower and ...

    I read this in ONE DAY. And I suffered through the worst traffic to get it the day it was released. I LOVE THIS SERIES!!!!! ...

    I'm not ready . . . but I am at the same time! Defy the Stars and Defy the Worlds had me hooked, then they tore me apart, built me up, tore me apart AGAIN, built me up AGAIN, and then both of their endings tore me to SHREDS. I loved it. I hated it. But above all I loved them both...

    This was a great ending to a fantastic series! I loved these books, the characters were interesting and fun and the plot was cool and had twists and new ideas that I loved. This book especially was well paced and kept me hooked. Abel has so many realizations as he becomes an actual pe...

    I had such high expectations but I just could not stay interested in this story so i had to DNF ...

    THE COVER HAS BEEN REVEALED AND I LOVE IT ANYWAY it?s almost April if we just casually overlook March and I AM SCARED AND NERVOUS FOR THIS BOOK. ...

    I couldn't hope for a better ending! ...

  • Clare Carter
    May 28, 2019

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

    Defy the Fates was perfect, perfect, perfect. ...

    My local Barnes and Noble placed this out on the shelves early - nice. Now that the series is over, I feel kind of let down that the third book of the trilogy wasn't as engaging or enjoyable as the first two. I kind of suspected something (like being a tad left down) when I saw that...

    Satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. I actually found this one moved at a great pace and the characters really developed even more so. I really enjoyed the first two a lot but this one really focused a lot on Mansfield?s God complex (pet peeve of mine) and it got a bit obnoxious mo...

    4.5 stars I loved being back in this world but so sad that it is over! FRTC ...

    That about sums up my feelings on the last two books. This should've remained a standalone. The first book was so good! And it all just bit the dust. The lack of imagery is starkly apparent in the 2nd and 3rd books. It was easy to overlook this in the first one but when the sto...

    Graded By: Mandy C. Cover Story: Space Face(s) BFF Charms: Yay, Be Mine Swoonworthy Scale: 6 Talky Talk: Science Friction Bonus Factor: Cyborg Anti-Bonus Factor: TEABS Relationship Status: Forever Friends Read the full book report here. ...

    edit 5/26/19 I've settled on a four star rating because, while I preferred other books in the series, the series still feels worth the read to me and I enjoyed it so much overall. Happy reading! :) Post Reading This is a hard one to rate because I loved everything except for the l...

    I'm so very needy for this one. I want it come to an exciting, soaring end. ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Defy The Fates is the third and final installment in author Claudia Gray's Constellation Trilogy. The story picks up right where Defy The World ended with a shocking cliffhanger. Now, the author has a...

    Quick Stats: Overall: 4/5 Stars Characters: 4/5 Setting: 5/5 Writing: 4/5 Plot and Themes: 4/5 Awesomeness Factor: 3/5 Review in a Nutshell: Defy the Fates is an action-packed ending with all of the humor, romance, and philosophizing that the first two books made me fall in love...

    I'm glad I finished this trilogy out, but this was definitely my least favorite of the three books. I'm definitely disappointed because the first book in this series is a book I really loved, and I really enjoyed the second one too! I just felt like this third book was kinda repetitive...

  • Danielle
    Apr 30, 2019

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

    Defy the Fates was perfect, perfect, perfect. ...

    My local Barnes and Noble placed this out on the shelves early - nice. Now that the series is over, I feel kind of let down that the third book of the trilogy wasn't as engaging or enjoyable as the first two. I kind of suspected something (like being a tad left down) when I saw that...

    Satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. I actually found this one moved at a great pace and the characters really developed even more so. I really enjoyed the first two a lot but this one really focused a lot on Mansfield?s God complex (pet peeve of mine) and it got a bit obnoxious mo...

    4.5 stars I loved being back in this world but so sad that it is over! FRTC ...

    That about sums up my feelings on the last two books. This should've remained a standalone. The first book was so good! And it all just bit the dust. The lack of imagery is starkly apparent in the 2nd and 3rd books. It was easy to overlook this in the first one but when the sto...

    Graded By: Mandy C. Cover Story: Space Face(s) BFF Charms: Yay, Be Mine Swoonworthy Scale: 6 Talky Talk: Science Friction Bonus Factor: Cyborg Anti-Bonus Factor: TEABS Relationship Status: Forever Friends Read the full book report here. ...

    edit 5/26/19 I've settled on a four star rating because, while I preferred other books in the series, the series still feels worth the read to me and I enjoyed it so much overall. Happy reading! :) Post Reading This is a hard one to rate because I loved everything except for the l...

    I'm so very needy for this one. I want it come to an exciting, soaring end. ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Defy The Fates is the third and final installment in author Claudia Gray's Constellation Trilogy. The story picks up right where Defy The World ended with a shocking cliffhanger. Now, the author has a...

    Quick Stats: Overall: 4/5 Stars Characters: 4/5 Setting: 5/5 Writing: 4/5 Plot and Themes: 4/5 Awesomeness Factor: 3/5 Review in a Nutshell: Defy the Fates is an action-packed ending with all of the humor, romance, and philosophizing that the first two books made me fall in love...

    I'm glad I finished this trilogy out, but this was definitely my least favorite of the three books. I'm definitely disappointed because the first book in this series is a book I really loved, and I really enjoyed the second one too! I just felt like this third book was kinda repetitive...

    This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd Short and Simple Review I have to admit that I did not like this one as much as the previous two. I still loved it, I gave it four stars, but that is one less star than the previous books. For some odd reason, I felt lik...

    A nail biting ending of an incredible trilogy. Defy the Fates has stood up to its story, name and imagination it brings forwards. The shock with which we ended up in the previous part is retained for few chapters where we do not know how things will turn out to be. I gotta say that A...

    4.5 stars Sci-fi's not my favourite genre but the Constellation series is fantastic. It's so underrated I wish more people would read it! Defy the Fates is a death-defying conclusion befitting the imaginative adventure that started in Defy the Stars. The story is fast-paced with ...

    I'm so disappointed I didn't love this more. As a huge fan of the first two books, this one fell flat. I still love the characters and the romance, but Noemi and Abel spent a lot of the time in this book either bickering, misunderstanding each other or apart. The pacing was slower and ...

    I read this in ONE DAY. And I suffered through the worst traffic to get it the day it was released. I LOVE THIS SERIES!!!!! ...

    I'm not ready . . . but I am at the same time! Defy the Stars and Defy the Worlds had me hooked, then they tore me apart, built me up, tore me apart AGAIN, built me up AGAIN, and then both of their endings tore me to SHREDS. I loved it. I hated it. But above all I loved them both...

    This was a great ending to a fantastic series! I loved these books, the characters were interesting and fun and the plot was cool and had twists and new ideas that I loved. This book especially was well paced and kept me hooked. Abel has so many realizations as he becomes an actual pe...

    I had such high expectations but I just could not stay interested in this story so i had to DNF ...

    THE COVER HAS BEEN REVEALED AND I LOVE IT ANYWAY it?s almost April if we just casually overlook March and I AM SCARED AND NERVOUS FOR THIS BOOK. ...

    I couldn't hope for a better ending! ...

    Unfortunately, Defy the Fates was the weakest of the trilogy. That's not to say it wasn't still good and enjoyable (it was), it just didn't have the same tension, character development, and worldbuilding. It was cool and all, but nothing was really new, and the conflicts were resol...

  • Cait Jacobs (Caitsbooks)
    Apr 07, 2019

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

    Defy the Fates was perfect, perfect, perfect. ...

    My local Barnes and Noble placed this out on the shelves early - nice. Now that the series is over, I feel kind of let down that the third book of the trilogy wasn't as engaging or enjoyable as the first two. I kind of suspected something (like being a tad left down) when I saw that...

    Satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. I actually found this one moved at a great pace and the characters really developed even more so. I really enjoyed the first two a lot but this one really focused a lot on Mansfield?s God complex (pet peeve of mine) and it got a bit obnoxious mo...

    4.5 stars I loved being back in this world but so sad that it is over! FRTC ...

    That about sums up my feelings on the last two books. This should've remained a standalone. The first book was so good! And it all just bit the dust. The lack of imagery is starkly apparent in the 2nd and 3rd books. It was easy to overlook this in the first one but when the sto...

    Graded By: Mandy C. Cover Story: Space Face(s) BFF Charms: Yay, Be Mine Swoonworthy Scale: 6 Talky Talk: Science Friction Bonus Factor: Cyborg Anti-Bonus Factor: TEABS Relationship Status: Forever Friends Read the full book report here. ...

    edit 5/26/19 I've settled on a four star rating because, while I preferred other books in the series, the series still feels worth the read to me and I enjoyed it so much overall. Happy reading! :) Post Reading This is a hard one to rate because I loved everything except for the l...

    I'm so very needy for this one. I want it come to an exciting, soaring end. ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Defy The Fates is the third and final installment in author Claudia Gray's Constellation Trilogy. The story picks up right where Defy The World ended with a shocking cliffhanger. Now, the author has a...

    Quick Stats: Overall: 4/5 Stars Characters: 4/5 Setting: 5/5 Writing: 4/5 Plot and Themes: 4/5 Awesomeness Factor: 3/5 Review in a Nutshell: Defy the Fates is an action-packed ending with all of the humor, romance, and philosophizing that the first two books made me fall in love...

  • Melissa **Just Really Loves Musicals**
    May 05, 2019

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

    Defy the Fates was perfect, perfect, perfect. ...

    My local Barnes and Noble placed this out on the shelves early - nice. Now that the series is over, I feel kind of let down that the third book of the trilogy wasn't as engaging or enjoyable as the first two. I kind of suspected something (like being a tad left down) when I saw that...

    Satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. I actually found this one moved at a great pace and the characters really developed even more so. I really enjoyed the first two a lot but this one really focused a lot on Mansfield?s God complex (pet peeve of mine) and it got a bit obnoxious mo...

    4.5 stars I loved being back in this world but so sad that it is over! FRTC ...

    That about sums up my feelings on the last two books. This should've remained a standalone. The first book was so good! And it all just bit the dust. The lack of imagery is starkly apparent in the 2nd and 3rd books. It was easy to overlook this in the first one but when the sto...

    Graded By: Mandy C. Cover Story: Space Face(s) BFF Charms: Yay, Be Mine Swoonworthy Scale: 6 Talky Talk: Science Friction Bonus Factor: Cyborg Anti-Bonus Factor: TEABS Relationship Status: Forever Friends Read the full book report here. ...

    edit 5/26/19 I've settled on a four star rating because, while I preferred other books in the series, the series still feels worth the read to me and I enjoyed it so much overall. Happy reading! :) Post Reading This is a hard one to rate because I loved everything except for the l...

    I'm so very needy for this one. I want it come to an exciting, soaring end. ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Defy The Fates is the third and final installment in author Claudia Gray's Constellation Trilogy. The story picks up right where Defy The World ended with a shocking cliffhanger. Now, the author has a...

    Quick Stats: Overall: 4/5 Stars Characters: 4/5 Setting: 5/5 Writing: 4/5 Plot and Themes: 4/5 Awesomeness Factor: 3/5 Review in a Nutshell: Defy the Fates is an action-packed ending with all of the humor, romance, and philosophizing that the first two books made me fall in love...

    I'm glad I finished this trilogy out, but this was definitely my least favorite of the three books. I'm definitely disappointed because the first book in this series is a book I really loved, and I really enjoyed the second one too! I just felt like this third book was kinda repetitive...

    This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd Short and Simple Review I have to admit that I did not like this one as much as the previous two. I still loved it, I gave it four stars, but that is one less star than the previous books. For some odd reason, I felt lik...

    A nail biting ending of an incredible trilogy. Defy the Fates has stood up to its story, name and imagination it brings forwards. The shock with which we ended up in the previous part is retained for few chapters where we do not know how things will turn out to be. I gotta say that A...

    4.5 stars Sci-fi's not my favourite genre but the Constellation series is fantastic. It's so underrated I wish more people would read it! Defy the Fates is a death-defying conclusion befitting the imaginative adventure that started in Defy the Stars. The story is fast-paced with ...

    I'm so disappointed I didn't love this more. As a huge fan of the first two books, this one fell flat. I still love the characters and the romance, but Noemi and Abel spent a lot of the time in this book either bickering, misunderstanding each other or apart. The pacing was slower and ...

  • Vedha K
    Apr 15, 2019

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

    Defy the Fates was perfect, perfect, perfect. ...

    My local Barnes and Noble placed this out on the shelves early - nice. Now that the series is over, I feel kind of let down that the third book of the trilogy wasn't as engaging or enjoyable as the first two. I kind of suspected something (like being a tad left down) when I saw that...

    Satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. I actually found this one moved at a great pace and the characters really developed even more so. I really enjoyed the first two a lot but this one really focused a lot on Mansfield?s God complex (pet peeve of mine) and it got a bit obnoxious mo...

    4.5 stars I loved being back in this world but so sad that it is over! FRTC ...

    That about sums up my feelings on the last two books. This should've remained a standalone. The first book was so good! And it all just bit the dust. The lack of imagery is starkly apparent in the 2nd and 3rd books. It was easy to overlook this in the first one but when the sto...

    Graded By: Mandy C. Cover Story: Space Face(s) BFF Charms: Yay, Be Mine Swoonworthy Scale: 6 Talky Talk: Science Friction Bonus Factor: Cyborg Anti-Bonus Factor: TEABS Relationship Status: Forever Friends Read the full book report here. ...

    edit 5/26/19 I've settled on a four star rating because, while I preferred other books in the series, the series still feels worth the read to me and I enjoyed it so much overall. Happy reading! :) Post Reading This is a hard one to rate because I loved everything except for the l...

    I'm so very needy for this one. I want it come to an exciting, soaring end. ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Defy The Fates is the third and final installment in author Claudia Gray's Constellation Trilogy. The story picks up right where Defy The World ended with a shocking cliffhanger. Now, the author has a...

    Quick Stats: Overall: 4/5 Stars Characters: 4/5 Setting: 5/5 Writing: 4/5 Plot and Themes: 4/5 Awesomeness Factor: 3/5 Review in a Nutshell: Defy the Fates is an action-packed ending with all of the humor, romance, and philosophizing that the first two books made me fall in love...

    I'm glad I finished this trilogy out, but this was definitely my least favorite of the three books. I'm definitely disappointed because the first book in this series is a book I really loved, and I really enjoyed the second one too! I just felt like this third book was kinda repetitive...

    This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd Short and Simple Review I have to admit that I did not like this one as much as the previous two. I still loved it, I gave it four stars, but that is one less star than the previous books. For some odd reason, I felt lik...

    A nail biting ending of an incredible trilogy. Defy the Fates has stood up to its story, name and imagination it brings forwards. The shock with which we ended up in the previous part is retained for few chapters where we do not know how things will turn out to be. I gotta say that A...

  • Alyce Caswell
    Apr 18, 2019

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

    Defy the Fates was perfect, perfect, perfect. ...

    My local Barnes and Noble placed this out on the shelves early - nice. Now that the series is over, I feel kind of let down that the third book of the trilogy wasn't as engaging or enjoyable as the first two. I kind of suspected something (like being a tad left down) when I saw that...

    Satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. I actually found this one moved at a great pace and the characters really developed even more so. I really enjoyed the first two a lot but this one really focused a lot on Mansfield?s God complex (pet peeve of mine) and it got a bit obnoxious mo...

    4.5 stars I loved being back in this world but so sad that it is over! FRTC ...

    That about sums up my feelings on the last two books. This should've remained a standalone. The first book was so good! And it all just bit the dust. The lack of imagery is starkly apparent in the 2nd and 3rd books. It was easy to overlook this in the first one but when the sto...

    Graded By: Mandy C. Cover Story: Space Face(s) BFF Charms: Yay, Be Mine Swoonworthy Scale: 6 Talky Talk: Science Friction Bonus Factor: Cyborg Anti-Bonus Factor: TEABS Relationship Status: Forever Friends Read the full book report here. ...

    edit 5/26/19 I've settled on a four star rating because, while I preferred other books in the series, the series still feels worth the read to me and I enjoyed it so much overall. Happy reading! :) Post Reading This is a hard one to rate because I loved everything except for the l...

    I'm so very needy for this one. I want it come to an exciting, soaring end. ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Defy The Fates is the third and final installment in author Claudia Gray's Constellation Trilogy. The story picks up right where Defy The World ended with a shocking cliffhanger. Now, the author has a...

    Quick Stats: Overall: 4/5 Stars Characters: 4/5 Setting: 5/5 Writing: 4/5 Plot and Themes: 4/5 Awesomeness Factor: 3/5 Review in a Nutshell: Defy the Fates is an action-packed ending with all of the humor, romance, and philosophizing that the first two books made me fall in love...

    I'm glad I finished this trilogy out, but this was definitely my least favorite of the three books. I'm definitely disappointed because the first book in this series is a book I really loved, and I really enjoyed the second one too! I just felt like this third book was kinda repetitive...

    This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd Short and Simple Review I have to admit that I did not like this one as much as the previous two. I still loved it, I gave it four stars, but that is one less star than the previous books. For some odd reason, I felt lik...

    A nail biting ending of an incredible trilogy. Defy the Fates has stood up to its story, name and imagination it brings forwards. The shock with which we ended up in the previous part is retained for few chapters where we do not know how things will turn out to be. I gotta say that A...

    4.5 stars Sci-fi's not my favourite genre but the Constellation series is fantastic. It's so underrated I wish more people would read it! Defy the Fates is a death-defying conclusion befitting the imaginative adventure that started in Defy the Stars. The story is fast-paced with ...

    I'm so disappointed I didn't love this more. As a huge fan of the first two books, this one fell flat. I still love the characters and the romance, but Noemi and Abel spent a lot of the time in this book either bickering, misunderstanding each other or apart. The pacing was slower and ...

    I read this in ONE DAY. And I suffered through the worst traffic to get it the day it was released. I LOVE THIS SERIES!!!!! ...

    I'm not ready . . . but I am at the same time! Defy the Stars and Defy the Worlds had me hooked, then they tore me apart, built me up, tore me apart AGAIN, built me up AGAIN, and then both of their endings tore me to SHREDS. I loved it. I hated it. But above all I loved them both...

    This was a great ending to a fantastic series! I loved these books, the characters were interesting and fun and the plot was cool and had twists and new ideas that I loved. This book especially was well paced and kept me hooked. Abel has so many realizations as he becomes an actual pe...

    I had such high expectations but I just could not stay interested in this story so i had to DNF ...

    THE COVER HAS BEEN REVEALED AND I LOVE IT ANYWAY it?s almost April if we just casually overlook March and I AM SCARED AND NERVOUS FOR THIS BOOK. ...

    I couldn't hope for a better ending! ...

    Unfortunately, Defy the Fates was the weakest of the trilogy. That's not to say it wasn't still good and enjoyable (it was), it just didn't have the same tension, character development, and worldbuilding. It was cool and all, but nothing was really new, and the conflicts were resol...

    Defy the fates is the final installment in Constellation trilogy. I?ve been looking forward to this book, since I?ve finished Defy the Worlds. Well, I actually thought I was going to love this epic finale, but sadly I was left with disappointment. I didn?t expect that this was go...

    Whew, that was a whirlwind of three books in as many days. Loved the ending; it was satisfying and fun. Reading them so close together did make a few minor flaws in this book a bit more apparent, but they weren't enough to detract from the book overall. I would have almost preferre...

    So, this is it, huh? My first 5 star series in a loooong time. The Constellation trilogy started off with a bang, hit the middle with a bigger band, and ended with a humongous explosion of feels, great plot points, and an awesome set of characters that I'd probably root to the en...

    More a 4,5 ?. I loved the first two books of this series, but this one is definitely the best. It goes in so many directions, all of them right and well done, that you have to go with them. In a YA book I usually see the plot developing from a mile away, but in this book Claudi...

    Oh my. I can't believe it's over. I'm relieved in a way, because this frantic "running around the galaxy and running into more problems" thing was a little exhausting. I really enjoyed following Abe and Noemi's adventures and I'll miss them. ...

  • Cindy Pham
    Jun 09, 2019

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

  • Laura Harrison
    Apr 04, 2019

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

    Defy the Fates was perfect, perfect, perfect. ...

    My local Barnes and Noble placed this out on the shelves early - nice. Now that the series is over, I feel kind of let down that the third book of the trilogy wasn't as engaging or enjoyable as the first two. I kind of suspected something (like being a tad left down) when I saw that...

    Satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. I actually found this one moved at a great pace and the characters really developed even more so. I really enjoyed the first two a lot but this one really focused a lot on Mansfield?s God complex (pet peeve of mine) and it got a bit obnoxious mo...

    4.5 stars I loved being back in this world but so sad that it is over! FRTC ...

    That about sums up my feelings on the last two books. This should've remained a standalone. The first book was so good! And it all just bit the dust. The lack of imagery is starkly apparent in the 2nd and 3rd books. It was easy to overlook this in the first one but when the sto...

    Graded By: Mandy C. Cover Story: Space Face(s) BFF Charms: Yay, Be Mine Swoonworthy Scale: 6 Talky Talk: Science Friction Bonus Factor: Cyborg Anti-Bonus Factor: TEABS Relationship Status: Forever Friends Read the full book report here. ...

    edit 5/26/19 I've settled on a four star rating because, while I preferred other books in the series, the series still feels worth the read to me and I enjoyed it so much overall. Happy reading! :) Post Reading This is a hard one to rate because I loved everything except for the l...

    I'm so very needy for this one. I want it come to an exciting, soaring end. ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Defy The Fates is the third and final installment in author Claudia Gray's Constellation Trilogy. The story picks up right where Defy The World ended with a shocking cliffhanger. Now, the author has a...

    Quick Stats: Overall: 4/5 Stars Characters: 4/5 Setting: 5/5 Writing: 4/5 Plot and Themes: 4/5 Awesomeness Factor: 3/5 Review in a Nutshell: Defy the Fates is an action-packed ending with all of the humor, romance, and philosophizing that the first two books made me fall in love...

    I'm glad I finished this trilogy out, but this was definitely my least favorite of the three books. I'm definitely disappointed because the first book in this series is a book I really loved, and I really enjoyed the second one too! I just felt like this third book was kinda repetitive...

    This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd Short and Simple Review I have to admit that I did not like this one as much as the previous two. I still loved it, I gave it four stars, but that is one less star than the previous books. For some odd reason, I felt lik...

    A nail biting ending of an incredible trilogy. Defy the Fates has stood up to its story, name and imagination it brings forwards. The shock with which we ended up in the previous part is retained for few chapters where we do not know how things will turn out to be. I gotta say that A...

    4.5 stars Sci-fi's not my favourite genre but the Constellation series is fantastic. It's so underrated I wish more people would read it! Defy the Fates is a death-defying conclusion befitting the imaginative adventure that started in Defy the Stars. The story is fast-paced with ...

    I'm so disappointed I didn't love this more. As a huge fan of the first two books, this one fell flat. I still love the characters and the romance, but Noemi and Abel spent a lot of the time in this book either bickering, misunderstanding each other or apart. The pacing was slower and ...

    I read this in ONE DAY. And I suffered through the worst traffic to get it the day it was released. I LOVE THIS SERIES!!!!! ...

  • Venus
    Dec 16, 2018

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

    Defy the Fates was perfect, perfect, perfect. ...

    My local Barnes and Noble placed this out on the shelves early - nice. Now that the series is over, I feel kind of let down that the third book of the trilogy wasn't as engaging or enjoyable as the first two. I kind of suspected something (like being a tad left down) when I saw that...

    Satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. I actually found this one moved at a great pace and the characters really developed even more so. I really enjoyed the first two a lot but this one really focused a lot on Mansfield?s God complex (pet peeve of mine) and it got a bit obnoxious mo...

    4.5 stars I loved being back in this world but so sad that it is over! FRTC ...

    That about sums up my feelings on the last two books. This should've remained a standalone. The first book was so good! And it all just bit the dust. The lack of imagery is starkly apparent in the 2nd and 3rd books. It was easy to overlook this in the first one but when the sto...

    Graded By: Mandy C. Cover Story: Space Face(s) BFF Charms: Yay, Be Mine Swoonworthy Scale: 6 Talky Talk: Science Friction Bonus Factor: Cyborg Anti-Bonus Factor: TEABS Relationship Status: Forever Friends Read the full book report here. ...

    edit 5/26/19 I've settled on a four star rating because, while I preferred other books in the series, the series still feels worth the read to me and I enjoyed it so much overall. Happy reading! :) Post Reading This is a hard one to rate because I loved everything except for the l...

    I'm so very needy for this one. I want it come to an exciting, soaring end. ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Defy The Fates is the third and final installment in author Claudia Gray's Constellation Trilogy. The story picks up right where Defy The World ended with a shocking cliffhanger. Now, the author has a...

    Quick Stats: Overall: 4/5 Stars Characters: 4/5 Setting: 5/5 Writing: 4/5 Plot and Themes: 4/5 Awesomeness Factor: 3/5 Review in a Nutshell: Defy the Fates is an action-packed ending with all of the humor, romance, and philosophizing that the first two books made me fall in love...

    I'm glad I finished this trilogy out, but this was definitely my least favorite of the three books. I'm definitely disappointed because the first book in this series is a book I really loved, and I really enjoyed the second one too! I just felt like this third book was kinda repetitive...

    This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd Short and Simple Review I have to admit that I did not like this one as much as the previous two. I still loved it, I gave it four stars, but that is one less star than the previous books. For some odd reason, I felt lik...

    A nail biting ending of an incredible trilogy. Defy the Fates has stood up to its story, name and imagination it brings forwards. The shock with which we ended up in the previous part is retained for few chapters where we do not know how things will turn out to be. I gotta say that A...

    4.5 stars Sci-fi's not my favourite genre but the Constellation series is fantastic. It's so underrated I wish more people would read it! Defy the Fates is a death-defying conclusion befitting the imaginative adventure that started in Defy the Stars. The story is fast-paced with ...

    I'm so disappointed I didn't love this more. As a huge fan of the first two books, this one fell flat. I still love the characters and the romance, but Noemi and Abel spent a lot of the time in this book either bickering, misunderstanding each other or apart. The pacing was slower and ...

    I read this in ONE DAY. And I suffered through the worst traffic to get it the day it was released. I LOVE THIS SERIES!!!!! ...

    I'm not ready . . . but I am at the same time! Defy the Stars and Defy the Worlds had me hooked, then they tore me apart, built me up, tore me apart AGAIN, built me up AGAIN, and then both of their endings tore me to SHREDS. I loved it. I hated it. But above all I loved them both...

  • anna grace
    May 05, 2019

    Although I appreciate the romance between the two main characters and the series as a whole, I felt like this book was a repeat of the conflicts we?ve already seen in the first two books, like the two characters being separated (once again) or sacrificing their lives for the other (o...

    8/29/18 Forever disliking the re-designed cover themes, but it's I'll just read it on my Kindle like for the second book lol --- 8/4/18 Coming back to find that this now has a title, synopsis and release date is honestly such a great surprise =D --- I need more info on this now!...

    Defy the Fates was perfect, perfect, perfect. ...

    My local Barnes and Noble placed this out on the shelves early - nice. Now that the series is over, I feel kind of let down that the third book of the trilogy wasn't as engaging or enjoyable as the first two. I kind of suspected something (like being a tad left down) when I saw that...

    Satisfying conclusion to this trilogy. I actually found this one moved at a great pace and the characters really developed even more so. I really enjoyed the first two a lot but this one really focused a lot on Mansfield?s God complex (pet peeve of mine) and it got a bit obnoxious mo...

    4.5 stars I loved being back in this world but so sad that it is over! FRTC ...

    That about sums up my feelings on the last two books. This should've remained a standalone. The first book was so good! And it all just bit the dust. The lack of imagery is starkly apparent in the 2nd and 3rd books. It was easy to overlook this in the first one but when the sto...

    Graded By: Mandy C. Cover Story: Space Face(s) BFF Charms: Yay, Be Mine Swoonworthy Scale: 6 Talky Talk: Science Friction Bonus Factor: Cyborg Anti-Bonus Factor: TEABS Relationship Status: Forever Friends Read the full book report here. ...

    edit 5/26/19 I've settled on a four star rating because, while I preferred other books in the series, the series still feels worth the read to me and I enjoyed it so much overall. Happy reading! :) Post Reading This is a hard one to rate because I loved everything except for the l...

    I'm so very needy for this one. I want it come to an exciting, soaring end. ...

    *Source* Library *Genre* Young Adult, Science Fiction *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Defy The Fates is the third and final installment in author Claudia Gray's Constellation Trilogy. The story picks up right where Defy The World ended with a shocking cliffhanger. Now, the author has a...

    Quick Stats: Overall: 4/5 Stars Characters: 4/5 Setting: 5/5 Writing: 4/5 Plot and Themes: 4/5 Awesomeness Factor: 3/5 Review in a Nutshell: Defy the Fates is an action-packed ending with all of the humor, romance, and philosophizing that the first two books made me fall in love...

    I'm glad I finished this trilogy out, but this was definitely my least favorite of the three books. I'm definitely disappointed because the first book in this series is a book I really loved, and I really enjoyed the second one too! I just felt like this third book was kinda repetitive...

    This and other reviews can be found on The Psychotic Nerd Short and Simple Review I have to admit that I did not like this one as much as the previous two. I still loved it, I gave it four stars, but that is one less star than the previous books. For some odd reason, I felt lik...

    A nail biting ending of an incredible trilogy. Defy the Fates has stood up to its story, name and imagination it brings forwards. The shock with which we ended up in the previous part is retained for few chapters where we do not know how things will turn out to be. I gotta say that A...

    4.5 stars Sci-fi's not my favourite genre but the Constellation series is fantastic. It's so underrated I wish more people would read it! Defy the Fates is a death-defying conclusion befitting the imaginative adventure that started in Defy the Stars. The story is fast-paced with ...

    I'm so disappointed I didn't love this more. As a huge fan of the first two books, this one fell flat. I still love the characters and the romance, but Noemi and Abel spent a lot of the time in this book either bickering, misunderstanding each other or apart. The pacing was slower and ...

    I read this in ONE DAY. And I suffered through the worst traffic to get it the day it was released. I LOVE THIS SERIES!!!!! ...

    I'm not ready . . . but I am at the same time! Defy the Stars and Defy the Worlds had me hooked, then they tore me apart, built me up, tore me apart AGAIN, built me up AGAIN, and then both of their endings tore me to SHREDS. I loved it. I hated it. But above all I loved them both...

    This was a great ending to a fantastic series! I loved these books, the characters were interesting and fun and the plot was cool and had twists and new ideas that I loved. This book especially was well paced and kept me hooked. Abel has so many realizations as he becomes an actual pe...

    I had such high expectations but I just could not stay interested in this story so i had to DNF ...