Anyone else feel that it seemed unlikely when Sophie was suddenly convinced by Agatha to destroy the ring when Agatha had tried to convince her during the entire book and didn’t really say something more/different during the last scene of the battle?
I just feel like the whole book was leading to this moment and I was expecting for Agatha to do something or do a new and convincing speech but I was a bit disappointed!
Really? I thought it was great Sophie had thought she had lost everything and all she needed was a few words of kindness that’s what makes it beautiful honestly a huge speech wouldn’t build up momentum ! You would just know what is coming
Yeah I guess a long speech wouldn’t be the best but I just don’t get why it worked this time? Agatha tried throughout the whole book and It would never work and then she just repeated the same thing and wasn’t that convincing and suddenly Sophie completely changed her mind (I mean I was happy she did but just why did it work this time)
Sophie is supposed to be complicated and think she knows what she wants the first time Agatha tried she wanted Tedros and the next when she was with Rafal and said about how no one loved or cared about her she realised that she didn’t need boys to make her happy , she new what she wanted ,the whole way through the book she wanted something for her…[Read more]
Sophie was originally supposed to die so maybe he used the same scene but made her convinced.
I do not think that it really took that long. I think that it all led up to that point.
In the third SGE book, Kiko is tracked as a mogrif (goose) and began her transformation but in the Never Ever handbook, she is described as a sidekick (p. 241). I’m confused?
The ranks were eliminated because Dovey thought it was unfair
^ yep she barely scraped by as a sidekick at least that is what I read
Yeah. Kiko can’t turn evil and you can’t be good at being evil if your good and can’t turn good if your evil! So, they eliminated the rNks in the evil schools.