Graduation Day Title: Graduation Day. Author: Joelle Charbonneau. Genre: Dystopia, Speculative Fiction, Young Adult. Publisher: HMH Books. Graduation Day (The Testing book 3). She wants to put an end to the Testing. In a scarred and brutal future, The United Commonwealth teeters on the brink of. The Graduation Day Community Note includes chapter-by-chapter summary and analysis, Graduation Day is the third book in Joelle’s The Testing Series. Book 3) study guide contains a biography of Joelle Charbonneau, literature essays.

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It’s not the trainwreck that The Hunger Geaduation became, mind you, but it’s still felt a little out of step and not the sense of closure one would expect.

All superheroes have them. This is the chance to lead that Cia has trained for – but who will follow?

Graduation Day

What happens to Tomas. Cia spends several chapters coming up with a plan that we then have to listen to her tell Tomas I wasn’t disappointed with this, but I wasn’t thoroughly impressed by it either.

After loving book two more than the first I had hopes for the ending to go out with a bang. She’s smart, thinks things through, and makes the tough decision even when she doesn’t want to. Each week, our editors select the one author and one book they believe to be most dxy of your attention and highlight them in our Pro Connect email alert.

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Although Cia tries to warn her brother to leave the rebels, he decides to stay in chaarbonneau to retrieve information that might be useful to Cia. Sign up here to receive your FREE alerts. But Cia knows this task is impossible for one person charbknneau accomplish: Just don’t read more if you haven’t read it yet.


Well, thank God we have Cia in the future because she seems to be the lone possible savior of the entire world. I’m a little sad it’s over.

I recommend this book to fans of The Testing series, and to readers who enjoy the mental thrill of discovering riveting, new facts that continually change the entire direction of the plot.

Cia and Charbonnaeu tell Michal Gallen that they will take the tape to the rebel camp rather than give it to Michal to do so. I was able to relate to this book because I gracuation been in situations where I wanted to resolve an issue without any feelings being hurt, but sometimes it is necessary to do so, in order to get the point across.

And that responsibility who put it on her,surprised her even more. Preview — Graduation Day by Joelle Charbonneau.

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I was bored out of my mind and took no pleasure in reading this final installment. Her character was a breath of fresh air to me, braduation she was incredibly smart and chose to think rather than act impulsively.

Also, a problem that I’ve had with her that continued into this book was her fear of killing.

It was enough of a letdown to make me regret reading past the first book. She is not able to take one life to spare many others, and I find that, for someone who is trying to change the future of society, gaduation is a huge flaw that cannot be overlooked.


Once things get started, the book really races to charrbonneau finish as it becomes a question of who can be trusted to do the right thing. The task that was given to her is to find a way to get rid of the highest ranking officials of the Testing,so they could finally stop the whole process of the Testing.

Raffe was a terrific character- passionate, caring, and yet shrouded in mystery.

Everyone who gave these books a good rating should reread the novels now that they know what happens. She explains what has happened and that Symon Dean is a traitor who has engineered the rebellion to bring down those against The Testing.


uoelle Sep 16, Fallon rated it it was amazing. Now, the only character I had problems with was the main character. I also enjoyed Will’s personality in this one, and I thought the direction that the author decided to take with him was the right one. I feel as if this has been overlooked in the face of Legend and Divergent and Matched when it’s fully better than all of them, but there’s no accounting for popular taste, I suppose.

Meanwhile, Cia realizes her only hope is to approach the President and tell cjarbonneau what she has learned. Why did Cia and the rebels not just spread the truth?