The School for Good and Evil 3: The Last Ever After Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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The School for Good and Evil 3: The Last Ever After by Soman Chainani

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In the stunning conclusion to the New York Times bestselling School for Good and Evil trilogy, everything old is new again, as Sophie and Agatha fight the past as well as the present to find the perfect end to their fairy tale.




  • This series is seriously mind-blowing, the crazy surprises and unexpected directions, along with the meticulous focus on every tiny aspect in this novel, are absolutely mind-boggling. You'll find yourself cracking up, shedding tears, and even shouting as you immerse yourself in the story. It's truly exceptional.
  • In my opinion, Soman Chainani's writing in 'The Last Ever After', the third installment of 'The School for Good and Evil' series, may not be his finest, but it is undeniably an enjoyable read.
  • I really enjoyed it, but I think it would have been even better if there was a bit more emphasis on the setting at the start of the book. Instead of just focusing on Gavaldon like in the first two books, it could have been more elaborate, taking inspiration from the fourth book which I found to be hilariously entertaining. In that book, both Sophie and Agatha are in different parts of the Woods, and the author manages to create a funny and engaging setting for each character that lasts for over an hour. It really showcases the author's skill and makes for a more enjoyable experience compared to another beginning set in Gavaldon or the school master's tower. I understand why the author chose these locations to start the book, but I wish Soman Chanani had added more detail to them.
  • Usually, I like to multitask and listen to audiobooks while reading the physical book at a faster speed of around 1.8-2.0x. However, 'The School for Good and Evil 3: The Last Ever After' had such an engaging storyline that I found myself completely absorbed and had to listen to it at a much faster pace of 3.2x for the latter half of the book. Although I did notice a few instances where Polly Lee misread or used the wrong accent, overall her performance was still remarkable.
  • I liked the first two books better - maybe I thought this one was a little sluggish or dragged out. But all in all, it's a cool fantasy book that carries on Sophie and Agatha's story! I suggest giving this book a shot.
  • Well, to be honest, the story turned out to be quite predictable. The main mystery revolved around what the antagonist had planned for their hometown, but sadly, it didn't quite live up to my expectations. Nevertheless, it did provide me with a solid 20 hours of entertainment, so I can't complain too much. I must admit, I particularly enjoyed the "big mistake, huge" line, which gave me a good chuckle, as well as Cinderella's narrative. Cheers for that!
  • I highly recommend it. There are parts where the pace slows down a bit, but there are also moments that are absolutely fantastic! To be honest, the story could have concluded with this book, but I'm so hooked that I'll definitely be tuning in for the next installment in the series.