Garnet's Story

Garnet's Story

Garnet s Story In The Jewel and The White Rose we follow Violet in her servitude under the Duchess of the Lake Now we ll hear the Duchess s son Garnet s story in this digital novella a companion story to the New

  • Title: Garnet's Story
  • Author: Amy Ewing
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 390
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In The Jewel and The White Rose, we follow Violet in her servitude under the Duchess of the Lake Now we ll hear the Duchess s son, Garnet s, story in this digital novella a companion story to the New York Times bestselling Lone City trilogy.Garnet, the son of the Duchess of the Lake, has always been a spoiled playboy But now, for the first time, Garnet is beginning to reIn The Jewel and The White Rose, we follow Violet in her servitude under the Duchess of the Lake Now we ll hear the Duchess s son, Garnet s, story in this digital novella a companion story to the New York Times bestselling Lone City trilogy.Garnet, the son of the Duchess of the Lake, has always been a spoiled playboy But now, for the first time, Garnet is beginning to realize the horrors that his family, and the ruling community, have perpetrated And he just may be ready to do something about it.

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    This was an okay novella, although as it was just a retelling of certain parts of the first book from Garnet’s point of view I did find it a bit repetitive and dull. (view spoiler)[ The only new information was about Garnet driving his car into the lake, and getting involved with a bank girl, which happened right at the start of the book. (hide spoiler)]6 out of 10["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>

    this is it,im dying to know his story, first i though he would be our main male character, but then we didnt. one thing i know for sure is i have a thing for a bad boy<3

    *3.5 stars*I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this. Nothing amazing, of course, butThis was a great recap of book 1, told from Garnet's point of view, and it really helped jog my memory. It's been almost 2 months since I read The Jewel, and I don't know when I'll get the chance to pick up The White Rose, hopefully soon, but I'm glad I picked this up as it cleared up a lot of confusion about Garnet, and affirmed my thoughts that I much prefer him to Ash. Excited for the rest of this series now [...]

    Ich finde diese Kurzgeschichte aus Garnets Sicht sehr interessant. Garnet wächst einem noch mehr ans Herz.

    Rating: 4 out of 5 starsAs with The House of the Stone, I really liked getting to see a different point of view in Ewing's world. More than anything, I liked getting to know a little more about Garnet--what drives him, his personality, and what he was thinking all those times he appeared drunk. Even though the book took the same path as The Jewel, it was interesting because it was shown through the point of view of the royalty and gave an inside look into what their overall beliefs on surrogates [...]

    INITIAL THOUGHTSI totally adore this series and the characters within it. I will be fascinated to see events through the eyes of Garnet as he is considered to be in a good position within the class hierarchy in the book, but it is also obvious that he is really quite deeply affected by the events occurring around himOUGHTS WHILST READINGWill I enjoy revisiting the Lone City and seeing events through the eyes of the rather selfish character of GarnetVER COMMENTSThere are two covers for this novel [...]

    Ik hou dus helemaal niet van novella's en korte verhalen, maar dit was wat mij betreft wel echt een uitzondering! Het is niet zozeer een kort verhaal, maar wel een mooie aanvulling op het eerste boek, vanuit een ander gezichtspunt. Ik heb gelijk meteen een heel ander gevoel over Garnet :).Op naar het verhaal van Raven :D. Hopelijk lukt die vanavond nog, want wil morgen dolgraag met The White Rose beginnen! Ook 3,5* deze.

    I knew in The Jewel that there was something about Garnet. I already like him in the first book but I didn't expect to really like him even more.

    Tolle Kurzgeschichte. Nur ich hab sie viel zu spät gelesen. Garnet mochte ich in den anderen Bücher nicht so sehr aber hier lernt man ihn richtig kennen. Seine Fassade ist doch nicht so stabil, wie er dem äußeren Anschein nach zu urteilen vorgibt.Trotzdem sehr lesenswert nach dem 2 Band der Juwel Trilogie. 😉😉

    This was a great novella and a nice addition to the series. I like novellas like this that keep me engaged in a series while I'm waiting for the next book or give me interesting information. I've always liked Garnet's character, but we don't know much about him other than he's kind of a rich, spoiled, playboy, who likes to annoy his mother the Duchess of the Lake. It turns out there is more to him and his life than partying and causing trouble. The House of the Lake is one of the original Royal [...]

    I was beyond disappointed to read this. Garnet as a secret member of the Resistance had the potential to be the best and most exciting character -- and a true surprise at the end of a very formulaic book. Garnet's messy romantic liaisons and party boy attitude is not only a brilliant cover for starting a revolution underneath his disgusted mother's nose, but it would suggest my favorite theory of the book (that I suspect we're not getting) that the Surrogates have been seeding the children with [...]

    I really would have preferred a novella about the Duchess of the Lake tbh. This was a good recap of The Jewel from Garnet's perspective but I don't really care about Garnet at this point in the series. Nonetheless, I had planned on rereading The White Rose and this put me in a good position to do that. It just didn't really add much perspective to the overall story for me.

    This short novella showcases Garnet in all his mischievous glory. It largely tells the same story as The Jewel, in part, but from Garnet's perspective instead of Violet's so you can see what the "bad boy" Prince is really like. You absolutely have to have read The Jewel before you read this novella, it's full of spoilers. Whilst it might seem a bit repetitive to basically read the same story again just with a slightly different spin on it, it's actually not that noticeable - Garnet has somehow g [...]

    I loved this little novella from Garnet's perspective!! It's really cool seeing how Garnet's been a part of the whole thing since the beginning, and only because he was blackmailed into it. I liked the insight into how he sees Annabelle, and what he will do to protect his reputation, (view spoiler)[like agreeing to Lucien's blackmail to save face from the Cyan incident. (hide spoiler)] I like his trait of loyalty and protectiveness, and the way he will still (view spoiler)[follow through with th [...]

    I found this author referenced in an article about The Handmaid's Tale and downloaded the first book. It is a great premise, a great series. I read the first one in one night and proceeded to download and read all of the others including the novellas. The only thing stopping these books from being 5 stars is a shaky character development on the secondary characters. In some parts of the series, they are quite important, their motivations, needs, wants. Even their understanding of the world aroun [...]

    First Sentence:"There is already a swarm of photographers waiting outside the nightclub as my motorcar pulls up."So, even though some of the events are the same, just with a different POV, I love how Garnet's tells the story. He may seem like just a snobby, rich boy but there's something deeper going on with him. He feels trapped. He doesn't want to be controlled. After he gets his assignment, and actually sees the surrogate as a person and not an object, he starts to views his life differently. [...]

    As with the House of Stone novella, this one fits nicely into the series and gives a glimpse into something we missed which is interesting. I always wanted more Garnet, and here we have it. I would actually have loved this side story to be longer and give us a bit more of his story to show us how he fell for Raven but maybe that's coming.

    Reading Garnet's story really reminded me of how much he had changed throughout the series - probably the one character that changed the most to be honest. I didn't like him at the beginning of the series, but came to really enjoy him toward the end, so reading his story brought back all of the unlikable feelings.

    Ein tolle Ergänzung zu Amy Ewings Reihe "Das Juwel". Man erfährt mehr über Garnet und bekommt im Schnelldurchlauf nochmal eine Zusammenfassung vom ersten Teil. Ich würde daher empfehlen die Geschichte vor dem zweiten Band zu lesen, wenn der erst schon etwas zurück liegt. Ich ziehe ein Stern ab, weil 10% der Geschichte die Leseprobe für den dritten Teil sind.

    I thought it was good change to see the story in someone else's eyes. There are a lot of scenes repeated from the first book The Jewel; however, just seeing it in Garnet's eyes, you see him "open up" his eyes to the world. (I was always curious to how became a role in Violet's life.)

    The last novella out for the series.It was a good read. Enjoyed it a lot more than "Sil's Story". Always nice to see a bit of background in some of the characters. Hoping Garnet features a bit of a bigger role in the final book "The Black Key".

    W tej nowelce wreszcie mamy okazję zrozumieć, dlaczego i jak się zmienił Garnet. Bardzo polecam, by czytając mieć przy sobie pierwszą część, by sprawdzać wszystkie wydarzenia, także z perspektywy Violet. Nowelka warta przeczytania.

    Have insight into Garnet and into the world about and I liked seeing how he views everything but not needed.

    This was so much more interesting than The Jewel, and I really hope this leads toGarnet having a bigger role in the next books. Really interesting character

    Garnet was one of my favorite characters in The Jewel so I really enjoyed this novella from his POV. It helps fill in some of the gaps which is always a bonus.

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