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R? The triumphant finale in the trilogy that began with Maile Meloy’s bestselling critically acclaimed The Apothecary and continued in its captivating seuel The Apprentices The After Room is full of enchantment and heart with Ian Schoenherr’s stunning illustrations throughou Thought this was uite cute This is a fun series that is somehow simultaneously fairly action packed while being laid back as well The characters are pretty interesting and mostly believable though some may lack a huge ABUNDANCE of growth from the first book; I mean don't get me wrong there's character development yes but not so much that I was like WOWOverall it was a really fun conclusion to a great series I love how this is one of those books where everything mentioned tends to matter in the end and everything just somehow pulls into place Kind of like Six of Crows and Empire of Storms in that way except again overall laid back and–not juvenille but idk the synonym I'm looking for? so I guess I'll go with it–kind of juvenille–but not in a bad way you knowAnyways yeah it was good enough

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Into danger and toward the land of the dead   Meanwhile their friend Jin Lo washes up on a remote island where an American spy is stationed and finds herself on the trail of a deadly threat in China But she’s on the other side of the world how can Janie and Benjamin reach he This review is also available on my blog Read Till DawnThis is I have to say a very strange trilogyBut I love it I can't help loving it even when I'm wrinkling my brow and going huh? This was the perfect conclusion to the trilogy wrapping things up for everyone in such a way that just makes senseI was a little worried going in about the theology considering the way the characters can actually send their minds to talk with dead people It's very strange yes but there's no direct reference to any specific religion and Meloy keeps it ambiguous enough that I think readers can interpret everything however they want toHonestly I don't have much to say about this book because it is such a peculiar gem that so perfectly ends the series This series is one of those things that you either love or hate and I love it but at the same time sometimes I pause and go hmm weird The strange mix of science and magic ie alchemy works wonderfully throughout the series and the plots of all three books are realistic and compelling I honestly felt the characters' emotions bleed into me as I read making me laugh and cry and occasionally blush along with themThe entire trilogy is one of those things that I have a hard time analyzing because it's so uniue and flawless that I can't think of any ways to change it No wait I do have one way the ending I would have liked a little bit of a punchier final scene Then again I was mulling it over in my head for like a week afterward so maybe the slightly underrated ending was the way to go Hmm Gah I know I sound so conflicted and confused Just read the series for yourself and you can make up your own mind about it I'd love to know whether you love it or hate it

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It’s 1955 and Benjamin Burrows and Janie Scott are trying to live a safe normal life in America It’s not easy when they have the power to prevent nuclear disaster and sinister forces are circling Soon the advice of a mysterious unscrupulous magician propels Janie and Benjamin It’s been a while since I read this series and I really hadn’t given it a thought since I read book two in 2013 Still when it popped up on the audio review list I thought eh why not?The After Room like the rest of the series is a pleasant read but it’s not one that really stands out in any particular way I like elements of the story and characters but also any time I try to sit down and think about the strengths of this book I’m left without much of anything to say The plot’s a bit convoluted the magic herein contained so easy and convenient that it really loses the cool factor I mean Janie hears that telekinesis is possible and teaches it to herself no problem It’s not even a huge plot thing; it mostly just happensHowever the audiobook was truly fantastic The narrator Cristin Milioti does a great job with all of the voices and accents Even though I wasn’t absorbed by the plot of the book itself I sped through the audiobook because she was so good at the storytelling

  • Hardcover
  • 432
  • The After Room The Apothecary #3
  • Maile Meloy
  • English
  • 23 December 2019
  • 9780399175442

About the Author: Maile Meloy

Maile Meloy is the author of the Room The PDF/EPUB Ä novels Liars and Saints and A Family Daughter the story collections Half in Love and Both Ways Is the Only Way I Want It named one of the Ten Best Books of the Year by the New York Times Book Review and the award winning Apothecary trilogy for young readers She has received the PENMalamud Award and a Guggenheim Fellowship and was chosen as one of Granta’s Be.



10 thoughts on “The After Room The Apothecary #3

  1. says:

    This one opens strong with a very feelzy interaction between one of our main characters and a dead relativeBut then it just kind of deflates from there I don't know what it was but something was just missing here On the inner cover this book is described as the triumphant finale to this series but I think the author forgot a lot of what made these books great There was very little of making potionsmedicines from the big apothecary book that we are all mispronouncing Jin Lo's side story is a bit of a mess Janie is telekinetic all of a sudden Old characters return but you've forgotten why they are important and the author doesn't give much background The end is left open and there are a lot of unresolved plotlines I really liked the first book but this is a total slump because it just doesn't live up to the magic of the previous books

  2. says:

    It’s been a while since I read this series and I really hadn’t given it a thought since I read book two in 2013 Still when it popped up on the audio review list I thought eh why not?The After Room like the rest of the series is a pleasant read but it’s not one that really stands out in any particular way I like elements of the story and characters but also any time I try to sit down and think about the strengths of this book I’m left without much of anything to say The plot’s a bit convoluted the magic herein contained so easy and convenient that it really loses the cool factor I mean Janie hears that telekinesis is possible and teaches it to herself no problem It’s not even a huge plot thing; it mostly just happensHowever the audiobook was truly fantastic The narrator Cristin Milioti does a great job with all of the voices and accents Even though I wasn’t absorbed by the plot of the book itself I sped through the audiobook because she was so good at the storytelling

  3. says:

    Wow This book was justbreathtaking Benjamin and Janie both had such good character development and their romance was was so touching SPOILERS AHEADI almost cried when SPOILER Janie came back to life and how much Benjamin cared about her And that ending It was just perfect Benjamin fate is certainand Janie is talented in sciences so she has probably decided to stay with him I really liked how Janie and Benjamin had fights and doubts about each other which I think strengthened their relationship and love but in the moments that mattered they were there with each other Ned and Jin Lonow that was perfect Pip made me the laugh the whole way He's traveled a long way to get to Valentina cough Sarah cough This series has touched my heart in so many ways

  4. says:

    Conclusion to the Apothecary trilogy Benjamin Burrows is living with the Scott family but is wracked with guilt over his role in his father's death and seeks a way to contact his father in the after room Meanwhile halfway around the world a grieving father has stolen nuclear material and intends to get even with China for his son's death by detonating a bomb there Jin Lo joins an American spy to stop the madness Meloy's strong anti nuke message is clear

  5. says:

    This review is also available on my blog Read Till DawnThis is I have to say a very strange trilogyBut I love it I can't help loving it even when I'm wrinkling my brow and going huh? This was the perfect conclusion to the trilogy wrapping things up for everyone in such a way that just makes senseI was a little worried going in about the theology considering the way the characters can actually send their minds to talk with dead people It's very strange yes but there's no direct reference to any specific religion and Meloy keeps it ambiguous enough that I think readers can interpret everything however they want toHonestly I don't have much to say about this book because it is such a peculiar gem that so perfectly ends the series This series is one of those things that you either love or hate and I love it but at the same time sometimes I pause and go hmm weird The strange mix of science and magic ie alchemy works wonderfully throughout the series and the plots of all three books are realistic and compelling I honestly felt the characters' emotions bleed into me as I read making me laugh and cry and occasionally blush along with themThe entire trilogy is one of those things that I have a hard time analyzing because it's so uniue and flawless that I can't think of any ways to change it No wait I do have one way the ending I would have liked a little bit of a punchier final scene Then again I was mulling it over in my head for like a week afterward so maybe the slightly underrated ending was the way to go Hmm Gah I know I sound so conflicted and confused Just read the series for yourself and you can make up your own mind about it I'd love to know whether you love it or hate it

  6. says:

    I found the first book of the Apothecary series to be beautifully written thoughtfully constructed and generally enchanting but thought that the second book was a bit of a throwaway I was hopeful and a bit nervous to start the third book The After Room was slow starting but once established a worthy end to the series While the second book offered little that was novel or intriguing the idea of the after room offered a compelling core around which this third book was constructed With that said endings are not a strength in this series It always feels to me as though the author suddenly realizes that she is nearing her page limit and rushes to tie up loose ends after such carefully developed introductions All in all this is one of the original middle grade series I've read in a long time I'm excited to share it with my children and intend to seek out some of the author's other work

  7. says:

    Thought this was uite cute This is a fun series that is somehow simultaneously fairly action packed while being laid back as well The characters are pretty interesting and mostly believable though some may lack a huge ABUNDANCE of growth from the first book; I mean don't get me wrong there's character development yes but not so much that I was like WOWOverall it was a really fun conclusion to a great series I love how this is one of those books where everything mentioned tends to matter in the end and everything just somehow pulls into place Kind of like Six of Crows and Empire of Storms in that way except again overall laid back and–not juvenille but idk the synonym I'm looking for? so I guess I'll go with it–kind of juvenille–but not in a bad way you knowAnyways yeah it was good enough

  8. says:

    This final book was really the perfect ending to a perfect trilogy If this is the kind of middle gradeYA books the author is able to write then I'm really hoping that she sticks with that genre instead of going back to writing adult novels I read one of those recently and wasn't impressed It was rather hard to believe that someone who could write such a fascinating series for younger readers could then write a book for adults that was just meh Please Maile Meloy stick with middle gradeYA because I will definitely read anything you write in that genre

  9. says:

    By far my favorite of the three books it was so good and tied everything up perfectlyJust how far everyone has come over the past three books is unbelievable and the way the story came together in the end was wonderfulI’m going to miss this series majorly but am so proud of the characters that I’m almost not upset about having to say goodbyeIt just left a really good feeling with me and I’m really happy now55 stars

  10. says:

    It was a good ending to the trilogy I guess as they are getting older hormones are complicating things While there were lots of locations and various characters some new some old there was not uite as much chemistrypotion making with the book that there has been in the past Still most of it was fast paced It was a little disjointed in that there were really 2 stories happening alongside each other but they came together near the end

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