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The Winner's Kiss (The Winner's Trilogy, #3)

Some kisses come at a price.

War has begun. Arin is in the thick of it with untrustworthy new allies and the empire as his enemy. Though he has convinced himself that he no longer loves Kestrel, Arin hasn’t forgotten her, or how she became exactly the kind of person he has always despised. She cared more for the empire than she did for the lives of innocent people—and certa

War has begun. Arin is in the thick of it with untrustworthy new allies and the empire as his enemy. Though he has convinced himself that he no longer loves Kestrel, Arin hasn’t forgotten her, or how she became exactly the kind of person he has always despised. She cared more for the empire than she did for the lives of innocent people—and certainly more than she did for him.

At least, that’s what he thinks.

In the frozen north, Kestrel is a prisoner in a brutal work camp. As she searches desperately for a way to escape, she wishes Arin could know what she sacrificed for him. She wishes she could make the empire pay for what they’ve done to her.

But no one gets what they want just by wishing.

As the war intensifies, both Kestrel and Arin discover that the world is changing. The East is pitted against the West, and they are caught in between. With so much to lose, can anybody really win?
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    Emily May

    Dec 12, 2014

    rated it
    it was amazing

    Shelves:
    young-adult,
    fantasy,
    arc,
    2016

    No battle is won without a good gamble.

    This series has come a long way from its tame romantic beginnings in The Winner’s Curse. The final installment finishes the series on an emotional, action-packed high, weaving in more game, winning and gambling metaphors to add to the running theme.

    A couple of years ago, I was disappointed with the much-loved The Winner’s Curse. The author had a good writing style that engaged the reader, but it was so tame! So much romance dampening the secrets, revenge

    No battle is won without a good gamble.

    This series has come a long way from its tame romantic beginnings in The Winner’s Curse. The final installment finishes the series on an emotional, action-packed high, weaving in more game, winning and gambling metaphors to add to the running theme.

    A couple of years ago, I was disappointed with the much-loved The Winner’s Curse. The author had a good writing style that engaged the reader, but it was so tame! So much romance dampening the secrets, revenge and betrayals. However, I was so happy I gave in and tried The Winner’s Crime, a far more well-written, well-developed book with a fantastic story and just enough romance.

    This book, though, is a near perfect ending. From start to finish, it’s a nasty, bloodthirsty tale with no more niceties. Hands get dirty, shit goes down, and people surprise you. There’s a constant pull of action and horror, forcing you to read “just one more chapter” until suddenly you’ve reached the end.

    Combine that with some clever storytelling and intricate relationships, and you have one hell of a good book.

    But nothing is ever simple between the gods, and the stories of the gods of war and games were many…

    Each page flows into the next with perfect dialogue and tension. Rutkoski uses quickly changing perspectives in the most dramatic scenes, setting up a cliffhanger with Kestrel before jumping to Arin and leaving you desperate to know more. This has failed in other books, but the author manages it expertly here.

    Because of this, the big battle scene is perfectly told, with plenty of heart-stopping moments.

    In The Winner’s Kiss, the romance is more mature. Kestrel and Arin are no longer simply blushing teens from different sides of the track. They’ve been through so much, grown as characters, and I think this final chapter of their relationship will satisfy romantics and non-romantics alike.

    More importantly, Rutkoski doesn’t neglect secondary characters and the protagonists’ relationship with them. Special attention is given to Kestrel, her father and the complex dynamics between them, as well as the comical relationship between Arin and Roshar that involves a lot of banter and bickering.

    Entertaining, dark, and completely worth pushing through the first book for.

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    Steph Sinclair

    Final books are hard. Readers dive in with so many expectations, hopes and fears, and let’s not forget the ships. I suspect it must be at least a little daunting for an author to want to give their readers everything and stay true to their story. Friends, for me, Marie Rutkoski has done just that. This story has taken me on a remarkable journey, capturing my heart and and melting my emotions in one fell swoop.

    The Winner’s Kiss is a perfect conclusion to an expertly crafted series. And as always

    The Winner’s Kiss is a perfect conclusion to an expertly crafted series. And as always there are many familiar reasons to love the final installment as much as its predecessors while containing quite a few twists that kept me anticipating the turn of each page. Our protagonists, Kestrel and Arin, experience a lot of growth as previous choices finally reach shocking, climatic consequences, many of which I was unsure how they’d move past. I definitely didn’t expect the changes Kestrel underwent; she is both the same and vastly different, exploring physical and mental strength of female characters.


    You don’t need to be gifted with a blade. You are your own best weapon.

    The unpredictability of this novel is its greatest weapon as Rutkoski clearly shows she’s not afraid to make you beg for your favorites’ survival. She’s heartlessly brilliant like that.

    What I didn’t expect was how much I enjoyed Roshar’s character. I give his sarcastic, witty remarks an A++ and loved how he reminded me of a rougher version of Sturmhond from The Grisha series. It was smart for him to have as much page time as he did since The Winner’s Kiss contains romantic tension to the max with a few scenes causing me utter desperation—moments where I was throwing buckets of water out of my ship, lest it sink, screaming “Noooooooooo!” fiercely at my ceiling.

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    I still admire the writing and how it manages to convey so much more than is actually written. It’s made me re-think my stance on 3rd person narration, usually my least favorite. But the fact that I, too, now feel as though I can translate Kestrel and Arin’s Epic Starring Contests, Roshar and Arin’s Bromatic Body Language among a host of other tells, just goes to show you the quality of writing. No words are wasted, and always feel so carefully deliberate while still maintaining its raw honesty.

    Perhaps what The Winner’s Kiss succeeds at the most is its ability to straddle that fine line between a character driven and plot driven novel. Neither side took over the other, out-shining or lacking in development. The relationships were given the proper amount of time and dignity. Not only is there a focus on Kestrel and Arin’s, but also of another that’s made very clear it’s just as important, and maybe even more so. And, yes, in case you were wondering, this book does indeed pass the Bechdel test, something which I’m always pleased to see in a YA novel.

    The plot was excellent. Surprisingly detailed battle scenes, strategies and political maneuvers are at the front without making my eyes glaze over with confusion. And I loved that Arin’s cultural religious beliefs along side Kestrel’s disbelief was handled with a great amount of respect and love. It really highlighted an ongoing theme of tolerance and respect of others’ differences, and that is so incredibly relevant. And, of course, I really enjoyed how the novel began and ended with A Winner’s Curse, bringing the entire series full circle. Nice touch.

    I am fiercely in love with all things Kestrel and Arin. Their relationship struggle in the novel was so real. Finally a YA book where it’s not the fantasy world keeping them apart, but actual real relationship bumps that plagues us all: break down of communication, acknowledgements of individual changes and growth, trust issues, accepting faults along with strengths, understanding personal struggles, guilt of hurting the one you love the most, forgiveness, and above all, mutual respect.

    Favorite quote:


    “He changed us both.” She seemed to struggle for words. “I think of you, all that you lost, who you were, what you were forced to be, and might have been, and I—I have become this, this person, unable to—”
    She shut her mouth.
    “Kestrel,” he said softly, “I love this person.”

    It’s sad for me to come to the conclusion of a favorite series, one that I never expected to adore so much. But I loved every minute of this ride and can’t wait to revisit.

    Highly recommending.

    Excellent series is excellent.

    An ARC was provided by the publisher. No monies or favors were exchanged.

    More reviews and other fantastical things at Cuddlebuggery.
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    Regan

    Apr 08, 2016

    rated it
    really liked it

    Shelves:
    books-owned-read

    4.5

    sooooo gooooood