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The epic conclusion to Chris Colfer's #1 New York Times bestselling series The Land of Stories! In the highly anticipated conclusion to the Land of Stories series, Conner and Alex must brave the impossible. All of the Land of Stories fairy tale characters--heroes and villains--are no longer confined within their world! With mayhem brewing in the Big Apple, Conner and Alex wi The epic conclusion to Chris Colfer's #1 New York Times bestselling series The Land of Stories! In the highly anticipated conclusion to the Land of Stories series, Conner and Alex must brave the impossible. All of the Land of Stories fairy tale characters--heroes and villains--are no longer confined within their world! With mayhem brewing in the Big Apple, Conner and Alex will have to win their biggest battle yet. Can the twins restore order between the human and fairy tale world? Breathtaking action mixed with laugh out loud moments and lots of heart will make this a gripping conclusion for many fans!


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The epic conclusion to Chris Colfer's #1 New York Times bestselling series The Land of Stories! In the highly anticipated conclusion to the Land of Stories series, Conner and Alex must brave the impossible. All of the Land of Stories fairy tale characters--heroes and villains--are no longer confined within their world! With mayhem brewing in the Big Apple, Conner and Alex wi The epic conclusion to Chris Colfer's #1 New York Times bestselling series The Land of Stories! In the highly anticipated conclusion to the Land of Stories series, Conner and Alex must brave the impossible. All of the Land of Stories fairy tale characters--heroes and villains--are no longer confined within their world! With mayhem brewing in the Big Apple, Conner and Alex will have to win their biggest battle yet. Can the twins restore order between the human and fairy tale world? Breathtaking action mixed with laugh out loud moments and lots of heart will make this a gripping conclusion for many fans!

30 review for Worlds Collide (The Land of Stories #6)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tabby

    When I first started reading it I was like Then I read it and I was like OMG AMAZING!!! Then after 5 Minutes I realized No more Land of Stories books Thank you Chris for this amazing series! It's seriously like 6 something and I need some sleep. So full review to come soon I really loved it!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Vera

    Man what an ending. The tears haven't come yet but I know once I start reading another book I will realize that this series is over. The series I grew up reading is actually finished. No more adventures with Alex, Conner and the other characters.😭 I'm not gonna say any spoilers for this so it's fine if you read this review but I will explain why you should read it and how it changed my life. This book came out when I was in fifth grade when I wasn't doing so well in school. Before our book fair Man what an ending. The tears haven't come yet but I know once I start reading another book I will realize that this series is over. The series I grew up reading is actually finished. No more adventures with Alex, Conner and the other characters.😭 I'm not gonna say any spoilers for this so it's fine if you read this review but I will explain why you should read it and how it changed my life. This book came out when I was in fifth grade when I wasn't doing so well in school. Before our book fair we were shown books and what they were about. When The Wishing Spell came on I knew I had to buy it because it was everything I wanted in a story. It had fairytales and other dimensions. I read in like two days. Over the years this series has changed my life for the better. It is a place I can escape reality and wish I was there with Alex. I really connected with Alex because her and I are so similar. She loves to read. She's smart. She doesn't have many friends. But more so that she wants fairytales to be real. Alex and I would probably get along amazingly. When Chris announced that the last book would be coming out this year I admit that I cried. I cried because the books that helped me leave reality when I had a hard day at school or at home or just felt lonely were ending. I will forever miss this journey but also in a way I'm glad it ended because it's time for me to start my own adventure. These books have taught me so much about my life and with friendships. I will say that even though you won't read this Chris thank you for publishing these books and allowing me to learn and connect with all of these characters. I hope one day my children will also travel into the Land of Stories and learn so much about themselves. It's been a wonderful adventure. 😘

  3. 5 out of 5

    Leona Carstairs

    **I AM CHANGING MY RATING TO A 3.75 STAR, BECAUSE THINKING ABOUT IT, THE WRITING WAS CHOPPY IN THIS INSTALLMENT.** Guys, there is a HAMILTON reference in this book! I was so happy! Thank you Chris Colfer, thank you sooooooo much. Also there is this minor gay couple and I'm like YAS and pumps fist into the air. The minute I read that I was like hell yes, this is gonna be GOOD. I love lgbtq+ things in Middle Grade books because we're showing our kids it's not taboo or wrong to be gay or lesbian or **I AM CHANGING MY RATING TO A 3.75 STAR, BECAUSE THINKING ABOUT IT, THE WRITING WAS CHOPPY IN THIS INSTALLMENT.** Guys, there is a HAMILTON reference in this book! I was so happy! Thank you Chris Colfer, thank you sooooooo much. Also there is this minor gay couple and I'm like YAS and pumps fist into the air. The minute I read that I was like hell yes, this is gonna be GOOD. I love lgbtq+ things in Middle Grade books because we're showing our kids it's not taboo or wrong to be gay or lesbian or bi. My favorite book from Los is: An Author's Odyssey (5) 2nd fave: Enchantress Returns (2) 3rd fave: A Grimm Warming (3) 4th fave: Worlds Collide (6) 5th fave: Beyond the Kingdoms (4) Least fave: The Wishing Spell (1) Overall this series was SO fun to read. All the characters were quirky and I LOVED reading about them. This series is my younger sister's favorite EVER. While it's not my forever favorite I still like it a lot and it was FUN, FUN, FUN, to read!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Riley

    So, my previous review said that I would love it without reading it. My hypothesis was true. With the last book in the series, many people begin to feel nostalgic about it being over. This was the same for me, I give this whole series a five because this series has inspired me, and made me love reading more then I could ever imagine!!!! I personally thought there was nothing to change except to make it longer. Alex and Connor is not over in my heart. I loved the way it was full of action from pa So, my previous review said that I would love it without reading it. My hypothesis was true. With the last book in the series, many people begin to feel nostalgic about it being over. This was the same for me, I give this whole series a five because this series has inspired me, and made me love reading more then I could ever imagine!!!! I personally thought there was nothing to change except to make it longer. Alex and Connor is not over in my heart. I loved the way it was full of action from page 1 to 434. Kids, Adults, Teens read this series, I got emotional just writing this review.

  5. 4 out of 5

    △⃒⃘Qamar Al Oqaily ⚯͛

    This has been out for over a month now and I haven't bought it yet(THE SHAME .-.) .

  6. 5 out of 5

    Maria

    OMG WE HAVE GOT A TITLE Edit: THE COVER *insert heart eyes* ********************************************* SUCH a delightful read! This book was a nostalgic rollercoaster and it was all I could've wished for. I remember reading The Land of Stories for the first time and feeling my love for fairytales grow. I just cannot put into words how I felt while reading that one book, I saw myself represented as a bookworm and as the extremely insecure child I was. This series, oh God, even though it may sound OMG WE HAVE GOT A TITLE Edit: THE COVER *insert heart eyes* ********************************************* SUCH a delightful read! This book was a nostalgic rollercoaster and it was all I could've wished for. I remember reading The Land of Stories for the first time and feeling my love for fairytales grow. I just cannot put into words how I felt while reading that one book, I saw myself represented as a bookworm and as the extremely insecure child I was. This series, oh God, even though it may sound stupid and all, this series helped me through quite a lot. I grew up together with this series and I kept lookig forward to getting the next book in my hands and after that devour it in one sitting. As I grew older (OKAY THIS SOUND A BIT LIKE I AM AN OLD GRANNY BUT STILL), these books were always there for me to read whenever I needed to. OKAY ENOUGH CHEESINESS Now about the book. Pros : *I liked the characteral development *I loved being reunited with all my favorite ones (CONNER, ALEX, RED, MOTHER GOOSE OFC) *SPEEKING OF MOTHER GOOSE, she is GREAT *I liked the way we got to see Evly again and the closure we got when it comes to her *Actually, I enjoyed seeing how almost all the characters got their own happily ever after *THE QUOTES IN THIS BOOK WERE SO SO SO INSPIRING *YAS ALEX and YAS CONNER *The setting YAS YAS YAS *I liked how we got to read a flashforward and see how a few of the characters were doing Cons : *Uhm, why was Charlotte such a distant mum? Like okay I get it, you are used to these adventures by now BUT LISTEN MA'AM they are your KIDS!!!! It seemed as if she wasn't even bothered in the slightest bit about Alex and Conner ugh *Did Arthur get the Holy Grail in the two months he promised it would take him to do so? *The writing was a bit weak in some places as if the author was hurrying to get over with it *Hero was brought into the adventure by Goldilocks but LISTEN he is a BABY he shouldn't need to be in danger of being eaten by WITCHES??!???!! Right???!! *Okay so we had Medusa right? But what happened next? I get that she needed peace and that's why she retreated but STILLL *Also, Evly. So she decided to be good and all however, why didn't she help our characters out? Okay I guess that that's about it, and I hope that everyone will read this series as it is a nostalgic explosion and will make one love fairytales to THE MAX. Thank you so so so much for writing The Land of Stories Chris Colfer!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Cc

    ***SPOILERS! BIG ONES! SERIOUSLY! BEWARE!*** So, The Land of Stories series. Before I get to my review of the final book in the chapter, a bit of context: My daughter, age 5, heard of this series thanks to an appearance by the author, Chris Colfer, on the Netflix series "Julie's Greenroom." My wife checked the first book in the series, The Wishing Spell, out for her, and she was totally hooked. And, admittedly, I was, too. The whole series is, to sum up, good-hearted and clever. It follows twins Ale ***SPOILERS! BIG ONES! SERIOUSLY! BEWARE!*** So, The Land of Stories series. Before I get to my review of the final book in the chapter, a bit of context: My daughter, age 5, heard of this series thanks to an appearance by the author, Chris Colfer, on the Netflix series "Julie's Greenroom." My wife checked the first book in the series, The Wishing Spell, out for her, and she was totally hooked. And, admittedly, I was, too. The whole series is, to sum up, good-hearted and clever. It follows twins Alex and Connor Bailey as they enter another dimension called the Land of Stories--the source of all of *our* world's fairy tales. It deconstructs and mashes up almost every major fairy tale and fantasy story (at least those written by famous authors of European descent, anyhow) into an epic tale. It's intricately plotted, and its secret sauce is focusing on the characters' personal growth and overcoming obstacles--all in the midst of having adventures with dozens of fictional characters. It should be noted that the author, Chris Colfer, is the award-winning actor from TV's Glee--and he's completed an epic six-book fantasy series by age 27. He's got oodles of clever ideas, but tends to fall back on stock phrases over and over again (forms of "tears came to their eyes," and "their stomachs felt like they fell out of their bodies" pop up conspicuously often, for example) ... and he's also exacting in his descriptions almost to a fault, oftentimes saying something in 20 words that could just as effectively have been said in 10. And, for the most part, almost every major character makes it through all six books virtually unscathed, with countless "just in the nick of time" moments saving the characters. But that said, he tells a heck of a yarn that pulled me in, and I had to see how the big finale would play out. True to a statement Colfer made in an interview, if the final book someday gets turned into a film, it'll be a very, very expensive one. So it's a shame that, despite note-perfect and true-to-character emotional beats throughout all the books, two flaws pop out at me in the final book. One, a relatively minor quibble ... and another, a massive plot hole that effects half the series (or based on the complex timelines of the series, the whole thing). Minor quibble: the final book has a connected prologue and epilogue that touch on Connor at age 80, offering a charming glimpse into who the young man becomes, as well as hints at the story we're about to read. Connor, you see, became a beloved children's book author, and wrote... a six-book series that's almost exactly like the Land of Stories series. So far, no biggie. But there's a passage that I'm assuming Colfer thought would be an amusing wink at the audience, but comes off as unintentionally, obnoxiously precious: Connor's series, its explained, became a profitable film series, spawning hefty merchandising and helping improve literacy. Ahem. Look, Colfer can write funny scenes and one-liners, but this bit of meta-commentary was played very matter-of-factly. For all the positive messages Colfer includes in his stories, *this* moment seemed smugly satisfied. "Well of *course* my stories are loaded with positive messages. You're welcome!" Maybe not his intent, but still. As far that other problem... So the last three books in the series are basically one big story arc, teed up by the events of the third book. They all boil down to the villains trying to use a magical Portal Potion--it can turn any work of fiction into a portal *into* that story's world--and the efforts of the heroes to stop their nefarious plans. The big bad of books 3, 4, and 5--and the one who gets the whole Portal Potion plot rolling--is The Masked Man, aka the Fairy Godmother's secret first son, aka Connor and Alex Bailey's secret uncle. The potion has very specific rules, but to sum up: three drops on the first page of any fictional work turns it into a portal. Step in, and there's a copy of that same book to use as a portal back. Get out before the story's over, and you're golden; if not, you're trapped. So far so good; rules established. Hinted at in book 3 and made explicit in book 4, the Masked Man's goal is to rule over the Land of Stories--and basically any world he can get his hands on--by using the Portal Potion. Indeed, he spends all of book 4 recruiting Captain Hook, the Wicked Witch of the West, and the Queen of Hearts (along with scores of their armies and minions) to help him succeed. In retaliation, Connor and Alex decide to counter by recruiting characters from *Connor's short stories*--all the better to relate to and understand characters of your own creation in order to conscript them into your army of good and right. That takes up book 5--in which Connor and Alex bring all of hundreds of recruits into their world, and manage to stash them in an unfinished hospital wing until it's time for the battle. And book 6? Worlds collide, and so do all of the armies. But... But... ... Wouldn't it have been far easier for Alex and Connor to write a one-paragraph story called "The Big Comfortable Hotel Where We Kept Our Army Until it Was Time for them to Fight our Uncle's Armies"? I double-checked--yes, I had to--and nowhere is there a magic rule against writing a fresh story and turning *that* into a portal. Yes, Colfer gets a lot of comic mileage out of cramming scores of fictional characters into the same confined space--and in "our world," no less--but given the resourcefulness of the twin protagonists, that seemed like either a massive oversight, or Colfer just wanting to play out the mother of all fish-out-of-water scenarios ... but at the expense of internal narrative logic or economy. ... Taking it a step further ... We're told explicitly that the Masked Man (aka Uncle Lloyd) has literally spent almost his entire life plotting to rule the world, after having his magic taken from him as a child by his mother, the Fairy Godmother. He literally dreamed of it as a child. He's exacting, meticulous, patient, intelligent, and thorough. And, crucially, his mother *made the potion to cheer him up as a child,* so he knows its rules intimately. ... So, with no rule against using a freshly-written tale to dive into, and after finally obtaining the potion as an adult... WHY didn't he write a story called "The Tale of How Lloyd Gained His Magic Again and Recruited an Army of Millions of Indestructible Creatures Only He Could Control to Rule Over Every Dimension"? He's a flashy villain to be sure, but he's more of a pragmatist than a showboat. I simply can't imagine how that wouldn't have been his only plan for decades. Instead, he goes on the most convoluted mission possible. That plot hole nagged me from the moment the Portal Potion came into play. Perhaps I'd missed something? Perhaps there was a rule that it had to be fiction, but, you know, written a year or more in the past? So through books 4, 5, and most of 6, I managed to convince myself that there must be some underlying rule preventing someone from whipping up a quick story to serve their portal purposes. And then... Characters in book 6 do exactly that. Twice. At critical points in the story. With no mention of "Hey, we should of tried this before!" or "Good thing Uncle Lloyd never thought of that!" One involves writing literally *just* the names of authors James Barrie, L. Frank Baum, and Lewis Carroll. (Charlotte, the twins' mother, needs to pick the authors' brains on how to defeat the villains they created. It's only mentioned in passing--a real shame we didn't delve into *that* more!) Further, by any definition, writing down three names, any names, with no context, isn't a work of fiction; it's not even a story. So, sub-plot hole there. The other, frustratingly, is at the climax of the book. The climax itself is beautifully written and appropriately tear-jerking... but looming over the whole scene like a stormcloud was the gaping, series-spanning plot hole. Sadly, it robbed what should have been the emotional high point of the entire series of its weight, as it was only manifested by hundreds of preceding pages built on a massive narrative snafu. That said, it's an optimistic series that champions the power of imagination, self-confidence, and believing in oneself despite impossible odds. Hopefully young readers will be inspired--and hopefully turn into young writers who can avoid gaping plot holes in their own stories. ...

  8. 4 out of 5

    Leela Martin

    When I picked up this series 6 years ago, I instantly fell in love with the story and the characters. It was funny and charming! It quickly became one of my favorite series. However, I found the last two books to be a bit of a disappointment. In my opinion, none of the characters matured and developped much and some of the events in the last two books of the series were extremely unrealistic. *Small spoilers ahead. In this book, it really pissed me off when Connor and his friends climbed up into When I picked up this series 6 years ago, I instantly fell in love with the story and the characters. It was funny and charming! It quickly became one of my favorite series. However, I found the last two books to be a bit of a disappointment. In my opinion, none of the characters matured and developped much and some of the events in the last two books of the series were extremely unrealistic. *Small spoilers ahead. In this book, it really pissed me off when Connor and his friends climbed up into Central Park from the tunnels, because Connor comments on how weird it was that it took his friends 5 minutes to follow him yet he does nothing about it!!! He's been dealing with magic for 4 years yet doesn't think this is weird at all?!?! Especially when Red respond saying that they were right behind him... Another thing, I get that Goldilocks and Jack are strong and adventurous people, but really, bringing an 8 day old baby across the country to fight an evil army and not expect anything bad to happen.... It just seemed useless to bring the baby along. It's little things like this that made it hard for me to truly immerse myself in Colfer's story. None of it seemed realistic... I was a bit disappointed in the ending after the first 4 books were such an amazing read.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Brigdet

    I don't even need to read this to know I'm going to love it. TLoS is my all-time favorite series and the series that got me into reading. I am really sad(and excited)that this series is coming to an end. Let's talk about this cover. Chris's covers normally have something to do with his books. I'm really curious about that King Arthur thing. Do Arthur,Merlin,and Mother Goose make an appearance? I really hope so because I ship Alex and Arthur so hard(Rook can go die for all I care)! I am super exci I don't even need to read this to know I'm going to love it. TLoS is my all-time favorite series and the series that got me into reading. I am really sad(and excited)that this series is coming to an end. Let's talk about this cover. Chris's covers normally have something to do with his books. I'm really curious about that King Arthur thing. Do Arthur,Merlin,and Mother Goose make an appearance? I really hope so because I ship Alex and Arthur so hard(Rook can go die for all I care)! I am super excited for this book. July 11 cannot come fast enough. Edit:I just started reading this.SOOOOOO GOOD. Edit:O. M. G. This book was probably the best finale I have ever read. All my precious children got happy endings. As perfect as this book was,it completely ripped my heart out. I definitely wasn't ready to say goodbye to this series. My emotions in this book completely went haywire(especially the part with Mr.Bailey). There was also a lot of ships I didn't expect. Also that epilogue! Companion series anybody?

  10. 5 out of 5

    Kaya

    I am giving this book 5 stars right now. I know I am already going to love it. My parents are getting it for me for my birthday, but they don't know that I know.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Lubinka Dimitrova

    After the previous books, I had high expectations about the conclusion of the story. Sadly, the last installment was pretty much more of the same stuff, which, after so many repetitive models in structuring the book's events, was quite honestly simply boring. Neither the story, nor the characters grabbed my attention, I missed the abundant laugh-out moments from the previous books, and the ending left me... kind of indifferent. Also, the author should seriously consider limiting the use of the w After the previous books, I had high expectations about the conclusion of the story. Sadly, the last installment was pretty much more of the same stuff, which, after so many repetitive models in structuring the book's events, was quite honestly simply boring. Neither the story, nor the characters grabbed my attention, I missed the abundant laugh-out moments from the previous books, and the ending left me... kind of indifferent. Also, the author should seriously consider limiting the use of the word "however", which pops up on almost every other page. All in all, not a bad book, but I definitely wouldn't feel poorer, had I not read it.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Marco

    LEGGETE QUESTA SERIE! È stata una conclusione fantastica,i personaggi mi rimarranno per sempre nel cuore.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Caroline

    I'm finally free from this series??? Bless. Due to what I presume was some kind of glitch in iTunes, I only payed a dollar for this book - which is about all it was worth. I enjoyed the first book A LOT, I liked it waaay more than I originally thought I would, but since then, the quality of this series has been falling steadily. I had to read the conclusion, though, and while I'm happy it was a fast and easy read, it wasn't as mind-numbingly boring as #5 (which I listened to while painting my ap I'm finally free from this series??? Bless. Due to what I presume was some kind of glitch in iTunes, I only payed a dollar for this book - which is about all it was worth. I enjoyed the first book A LOT, I liked it waaay more than I originally thought I would, but since then, the quality of this series has been falling steadily. I had to read the conclusion, though, and while I'm happy it was a fast and easy read, it wasn't as mind-numbingly boring as #5 (which I listened to while painting my apartment, and it was about as much fun as literally watching the paint dry). It was still boring though? Like, the fights? Why even bother writing them? Large parts of books #3-6 have just felt tired and drawn-out. I mean, I realize that I'm not the target group for this book. The target group is like 6-9 year-olds, I think? Possibly 9-12, but anyway, I'm still about 15-20 years "too old". However, since I very much enjoyed #1, I figured it wasn't a big deal. Also, I'm a massive fan of Rick Riordan, who also writes contemporary fantasy, for the same target group. I can make actual relevant comparisons, and in five years, they've never once been in Colfer's favor. My biggest annoyance with this series has always been its complete lack of representation and diversity. Five books, all over 300 pages long, and they contain ONE single mention of a gay character, in passing. An alcoholic, drug-abusing grandmother is apparently okay, as is an inter-species relationship between a queen and a frog, but a gay character? Absolutely not! Also like... race. Gender identity. Stuff like that. The whole series is depressingly cishet and white. Especially considering the weird self-congratulatory prologue where he literally writes "As writers we have the profound privilege and responsibility to create a new world when the current one takes a turn for the worse. Storytellers are more than just entertainers, we're the shepherds of ideology, the street pavers of progress, and the scientists of the soul" – yet he takes none of this responsibility in this series? And this is not me ~analyzing~ shit just for the sake of it – this is me literally yawning and skimming the loveydovey parts while reading. But now it's over! Finally.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jakin

    WE GOT A COVER YALL!!!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Divya

    GGGGG-RRRRRRR-EEEEEEE-AAAAA-TTTTTTT-EEEEEEE-SSSSSSSSS-TTTTTTTT BBBBBBBB-OOOOOOOOOO-OOOOOOOOOO-KKKKKKKKKKK EEEEEEEE-VVVVVVVVVVV-EEEEEEEEEEEE-RRRRRRRRRRRR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (Greatest book ever!)

  16. 4 out of 5

    Hayley

    What a finale! I have loved the rollacoaster of feels and fairytales throughout his series and I’m sad that the ride has come to an end. However, this last book was amazing. Purely magical. I didn’t realise how much this book pulled on my heartstrings that are connected to the majority of the characters in this series and so shutting the book did hurt me - it still does - knowing that this is goodbye. The way Chris Colfer used both dimensions (and extra Literature characters) in this novel was extr What a finale! I have loved the rollacoaster of feels and fairytales throughout his series and I’m sad that the ride has come to an end. However, this last book was amazing. Purely magical. I didn’t realise how much this book pulled on my heartstrings that are connected to the majority of the characters in this series and so shutting the book did hurt me - it still does - knowing that this is goodbye. The way Chris Colfer used both dimensions (and extra Literature characters) in this novel was extraordinary! And that special moment when a beloved one appeared just when a character needed them most made my glazed eyes leak a few tears. I laughed, I cried, I was on the edge of my seat the whole time reading this incredible page-turner of a book. I hope I get more novels from this world in the future although I doubt that will happen, I can only dream. *sighs* Overall this book, this series as a whole in fact, was absolutely fantastic and I’d highly recommend picking up these glorious books and just enjoy every page Mr Colfer has created for us.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Whitney

    Mary Sue self insert piece of drivel that showcased Chris' worst piece of writing yet. This is a complete let down and the most horrid way I've seen a series ended yet. If I went into all of the things I disliked about this book, I'd write a dissertation so I'm only going to show just one piece of utter crap that made me roll my eyes so hard that I got a headache. The only two adults in this book had NO IDEA how the Wicked Witch of the West, Queen of Hearts, and Captain Hook were defeated in the Mary Sue self insert piece of drivel that showcased Chris' worst piece of writing yet. This is a complete let down and the most horrid way I've seen a series ended yet. If I went into all of the things I disliked about this book, I'd write a dissertation so I'm only going to show just one piece of utter crap that made me roll my eyes so hard that I got a headache. The only two adults in this book had NO IDEA how the Wicked Witch of the West, Queen of Hearts, and Captain Hook were defeated in their repestive stories. That's the biggest piece of malarky I have ever read in my entire life!! This whole book was rife with plot holes, egotistal slaps on the back for the writer, lame plot lines, horrendous puns, and a complete lack of imagination.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Aaron

    Really important series for my family as we read the whole thing together. Probably the longest series all four of us shared together. A good ending to a great series, which if I wrote about it you would either be spoiled or not understand if you are not a reader of this series. The series is full of so many memorable characters and most make an appearance in the concluding volume, which won't disappoint many fans, except for those that never want things to end. That would include my seven year o Really important series for my family as we read the whole thing together. Probably the longest series all four of us shared together. A good ending to a great series, which if I wrote about it you would either be spoiled or not understand if you are not a reader of this series. The series is full of so many memorable characters and most make an appearance in the concluding volume, which won't disappoint many fans, except for those that never want things to end. That would include my seven year old, who was mad (even though she has known for months this was the last book) and started re-reading it immediately.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Fantastical Geek (Atarashii Sekai)

    I have to say, I just know I'm going to be disappointed with this. The last book was all sorts of messed up and cruddy; right now I feel Colfer is just writing for the money, not the enjoyment he and his readers will get out of it.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Booklover925

    This book was amazing! I am so sad that the series is over, but I loved how Chris Colfer finished the series.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Sophie

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. THEY GREW UP TOO FAST. I ALMOST CRIED WHEN ROOK DIED AND ALEX SAID SHE WANTED CONNER TO KILL HER AND WHEN THEY SAW THEIR DAD AGAIN IN THE DREAM AAHAHHAAHAH

  22. 5 out of 5

    Denise Bücherwunderland

    3.5 - 4 ⭐ Vorneweg: Ich lese diese Reihe bereits seit einigen Jahren und war natürlich richtig neugierig wie es ausgeht :). Meine Meinung: Nachdem ich den 5ten Band bereits vor einem Jahr gelesen habe, habe ich einiges wieder vergessen. Mir ist es teilweise besonders schwer gefallen die Charaktere aus Conner's Geschichten richtig zuzuordnen. Mit anderen Charakteren wie Peter Pan und Robin Hood hatte ich natürlich keine Probleme, aber Conner's Geschichten haben mir damals nicht so gut gefallen 3.5 - 4 ⭐ Vorneweg: Ich lese diese Reihe bereits seit einigen Jahren und war natürlich richtig neugierig wie es ausgeht :). Meine Meinung: Nachdem ich den 5ten Band bereits vor einem Jahr gelesen habe, habe ich einiges wieder vergessen. Mir ist es teilweise besonders schwer gefallen die Charaktere aus Conner's Geschichten richtig zuzuordnen. Mit anderen Charakteren wie Peter Pan und Robin Hood hatte ich natürlich keine Probleme, aber Conner's Geschichten haben mir damals nicht so gut gefallen und deswegen ist mir vieles wohl entfallen:). Chris Colfer's Schreibstil gefällt mir nach wie vor recht gut und man merkt wirklich wie er von Buch zu Buch besser wird. Mit diesem Band ist die "Land of Stories" Reihe abgeschlossen und ich bin ein bisschen traurig diese tollen und lustigen Charaktere gehen zu lassen. Trotzdem konnte mich dieses Buch nicht so mitreißen wie manche der Vorgänger. Ich kann euch nicht mal genau sagen warum, es hat einfach das gewisse Etwas gefehlt. Auch wenn ich nicht so begeistert war wie von manchen anderen Büchern der Reihe, hat es mir trotzdem Spaß gemacht es zu lesen :). Fazit: Ein gutes Ende für eine tolle Reihe!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Anna - Boktycke

    I finished this book in one day woop woop! I really love all the quirky characters and it was just pure bliss to follow Alex and Connor on their last adventure. The only thing that bothers me a little is the ending. (view spoiler)[I don't think I wanted to read abour Connor when he was old and can't even remember Alex. I rather just remember him young and alive, and also Bree death... nooo, I wasn't ready to read about her death even though it looks like they got their happily ever after. And ar I finished this book in one day woop woop! I really love all the quirky characters and it was just pure bliss to follow Alex and Connor on their last adventure. The only thing that bothers me a little is the ending. (view spoiler)[I don't think I wanted to read abour Connor when he was old and can't even remember Alex. I rather just remember him young and alive, and also Bree death... nooo, I wasn't ready to read about her death even though it looks like they got their happily ever after. And are all their kids adopted? I had a hard time believing that none of them believe in fairytales considering Connor and Bree are their parents (hide spoiler)] So sad to say goodbye to this series. Will definately re-read it in ten years or so when I have forgotten most of the plot. Review to come.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kerri Duff

    A lot of fun to read and a great conclusion to a series I've really enjoyed over the years.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Lilly F.

    This was a great book by Chris Colfer, I wish there were more, but I really like how he ended the book!!!!!

  26. 5 out of 5

    🤓Amanda🤓

    IT WAS SOOOOOO GOOD IM LEGIT GONNA DIE THE END WHERE _______________ WAS JUST SOOOOOOO BEAUTIFUL IT MADE ME CRY I CANT DO IT AND IM CRYING CAUSE IM SO SAD THE SERIES IS OVER

  27. 4 out of 5

    Davidv42

    I thought this was the best book ever and it was so good that I would read it again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Yuè

    I AM FEELING DEAD INSIDE. Proper review... will probably take me a year to write.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Heather Taake

    I loved how everything came together in the end!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Charlotte

    I thought this book was pretty good but I liked the first three infinetly more then the last three. I liked how they were their own books. I could barely remember all the characters from Connors stories they were all so similar to me like the pirates and the cyborg who was barely in it. Also I thought there was only three of the ziblings. Also I know I said I liked the first three better but the fourth and fifth were also good. I just like the first 3 better. ***KIND OF SPOILERS*** But the Alex I thought this book was pretty good but I liked the first three infinetly more then the last three. I liked how they were their own books. I could barely remember all the characters from Connors stories they were all so similar to me like the pirates and the cyborg who was barely in it. Also I thought there was only three of the ziblings. Also I know I said I liked the first three better but the fourth and fifth were also good. I just like the first 3 better. ***KIND OF SPOILERS*** But the Alex thing was ok. I didn't really like it. I couldn't tell who was a main character I assume it was supposed to be Connor but I don't really remember much of either of them in the book. I also seemed to be a bad guys winning then suddenly the good guys win. Nothing that bad happened to any of the characters practically no one died. Just rook who I completely forgot existed.

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