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Er mind Two years ago river raiders robbed Poe of everything And she wants revengeAs she navigates the treacherous waters and realises there's a. Thank you so much to Penguin Teen and Dutton books for an early copy of this book in exchange for my honest reviewThe Last Voyage of Poe Blythe was a surprising read for me it follows Poe on her journey of revenge following the death of the person she loves But the story is so much than that Poe is stricken with grief which turns to anger She uses that anger to build up her walls and build up the armor on the machines they use in the book to gather gold from the Serpentine river But Poe s limits are tested when she s forced to accept help from people she would never trust But that s because Poe doesn t trust anyone It definitely made for an interesting storyThe story flowed very well I never felt confused from chapter to chapter and honestly you d be a bit surprised how often I noticed that in books that I read I don t like stories that jump around a lot There were a few flashbacks here and there but they were integrated into the story very wellPoe Really I adored her I found her to be realistic Her grief can be truly felt and the aftermath of what happened made the story and how she reacted feel even authenticI have read reviews where people felt like she suddenly changed and suddenly started to trust people but I didn t really get that vibe from the story It seemed like her character progression was seamless If you re like me and you tend to like unlikeable characters I think this book is definitely for you I truly felt like finding yourself was such a pivotal point to the bookThe dredge was such a cool setting for the story I think that the close uarters everyone was forced to live in really brought out the trust issues Poe had and it added to the story in such a vibrant way It s dirty it s grimy and I loved itWhat I Didn t LikeWhile I felt like the story flowed well I found myself wondering again and again where we got to where we were I wish there was a bit back story on why the Outpost exists and why the Drifters fought against them You get a bit information towards the end but I think this story would have benefited a bit from a clearer beginningWhile I liked Poe I wish we would have had backstory or development for the supporting characters While the book isn t big 324 pages in my paperback copy I craved information on everyone Which is especially sad considering I loved how close uarters the setting was I found myself sometimes struggling to remember who was who which often made me want to go back and re read chapters and no one has time for thatAll in all I liked this book Was I madly in love with it No But I did enjoy it I read it in over about 4 days Ally has a clear concise way of writing that doesn t bog down the story If you re looking for a book about grief and how one changes because of it I think this is a great book for you

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The Last Voyage of Poe Blythe

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

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Poe Blythe is the young captain of her failing city's last mining ship travelling the Serpentine River and dredging up goldBut it isn't gold on h. This is such a uniue dystopian in that it feels like a pirate theme mixed with western vibes This follows Poe on her journey for revenge against the Raiders after they kill her boyfriend She creates a weapon out of the ships meant to mine gold for their colony in the walls When the Admiral gives her a ship to captain Poe isn t sure what his end game is and finds herself in a whole new position she isn t sure how to navigate Poe goes in fairly cold hearted and paranoid and for good reason when a traitor has made themselves known in her crew From there this is action packed and fast paced with events happening back to back This was a uick read because of how fast paced it is and the never ending twists throughout the plot I liked seeing the world outside of Poe s compound but also liked the back story we get with her town I wish there had been information about how the world ended up in the state that it was but I guess that will forever be a mystery There is mystery around every turn as well We don t know what all the gold is for we don t know why this crew was hand picked we don t know who the traitor is BOTH times and we don t know the end game until it is time I loved trying to guess the different twists and who was who which was an unexpected part of the story My biggest problem with this was that there was little character growth We don t really get much from the side characters and not enough to ever really connect to them or love them We get glimpses into their personality but never really making them a full fleshed out character Poe goes through nearly no development for being pushed into a world and rule she is unfamiliar with Her paranoia never leaves and becomes annoying at times She isn t very likable because she always feels distant and cold Even at the end it felt too convenient for her thoughts to sway so easily from one thing to the next when she had been so dead set on one idea for most her life This is definitely a plot driven story which may be why I didn t absolutely love it It was a fun read though and I mostly enjoyed the pacing of it


10 thoughts on “The Last Voyage of Poe Blythe

  1. says:

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in BooksI really ended up enjoying this book I went into this book without a whole lot of expectations I think that I might have read one of the author's earlier books years ago but don't r

  2. says:

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

  3. says:

    This is such a uniue dystopian in that it feels like a pirate theme mixed with western vibes This follows Poe on her journey for revenge against

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

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

  6. says:

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

  7. says:

    A dystopian pirate y story? With this cover yet another beauty that holds meaning than meets the eye? And a Goodreads friend liked it

  8. says:

    First I have to say I absolutely loved the Matched trilogy and Atlantia by Ally Condie I've been a fan of her work for a long time So that being said The Last Voyage of Poe Blythe is my least favorite of all It's not a bad story The Mark Twain steampunk vibe is truly uniue for a dystopian story I have never read anything like this world The main character is indeed cold and calculating with a specific goal in mind I understand her motivat

  9. says:

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

  10. says:

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

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