All For One

All For One

In this dazzling finale to the trilogy that began with the New York Times bestselling Alex & Eliza: A Love Story, the curtain closes on the epic romance of Alexander Hamilton and Elizabeth Schuyler1785. New York, New York.As a young nation begins to take shape, Alexander Hamilton and Elizabeth Schuyler are on top of the world. They’re the toast of the town, keeping New...

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Title:All For One
Author:Melissa de la Cruz
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Edition Language:English

All For One Reviews

  • Meghan

    I received this book as an advanced reader's copy due to our young reader's love for Melissa De La Cruz rendition of the love story of Alex and Eliza. The huge Hamilton craze keeps on growing with the third installment of the Alex & Eliza series. We start to see a more intimate and playful side to Alex and Eliza's relationship despite all the political action going through Alex's head with General Washington and Aaron Burr. I also found it interesting when Eliza wanted to set up an Orphaned

    I received this book as an advanced reader's copy due to our young reader's love for Melissa De La Cruz rendition of the love story of Alex and Eliza. The huge Hamilton craze keeps on growing with the third installment of the Alex & Eliza series. We start to see a more intimate and playful side to Alex and Eliza's relationship despite all the political action going through Alex's head with General Washington and Aaron Burr. I also found it interesting when Eliza wanted to set up an Orphaned Girl with her brother since her family had such high standards in social status but it was nice to see a human side to Eliza and how caring she was for the public. We enjoyed this book a lot and that is why we are giving it 5 stars!

  • Annabelle Nalley

    *breathes* THIS BOOK WAS AMAZING SO MANY TURNS AND EMOTIONS AND DANG THIS BOOK WAS A ROLLER COASTER AND IM PRETTY SURE I CRIED A COUPLE TIMES?? ALL IS WELL!

  • Heather McC

    The trilogy of Alexander Hamilton and Elizabeth Schuyler concludes, mixing historic fact with fictional liberties to finish their love story. While the Schuyler sister trio are not overly present (very little mention of Angelica and Peggy), readers are offered a glimpse of Elizabeth's younger brother John Bradstreet Schuyler. De La Cruz blends fiction and history neatly to finish a complex tale filled with heroes, heroines, and the occasional villain(ness).

    What seems missing from De La Cruz's t

    The trilogy of Alexander Hamilton and Elizabeth Schuyler concludes, mixing historic fact with fictional liberties to finish their love story. While the Schuyler sister trio are not overly present (very little mention of Angelica and Peggy), readers are offered a glimpse of Elizabeth's younger brother John Bradstreet Schuyler. De La Cruz blends fiction and history neatly to finish a complex tale filled with heroes, heroines, and the occasional villain(ness).

    What seems missing from De La Cruz's third installments are a bibliography of sources that the more curious reader (or historian) can utilize to uncover more on the topic.

  • Kim

    A 3.5 rating, really. The author captures myriad historical details in the engaging and fluent telling of a brief period of time in the lives of Alexander and Eliza Hamilton, but takes significant artistic license with the timeline of actual events.

    Complete review to follow in VOYA.

  • Dawn

    So good. Such a great conclusion to the Alex & Eliza trilogy! I love the author's notes at the end and the explanations for how and why and where liberty was taken with historical events/information. Historical fiction is quite the favorite genre of mine, and this is a great YA historical fiction trilogy.

  • Ginna

    Gotta say I’m sad to have finished this series. My Hamilton heart is still happy and am still trash for Hamilton so all is well with the world. ❤

    Gotta say I’m sad to have finished this series. My Hamilton heart is still happy and am still trash for Hamilton so all is well with the world. ❤️

  • Scarlett

    (Probably more of a 3.5)

    I did enjoy this instalment more than its predecessors- but some significant artistic licence was taken with the historical accuracy. I can understand this, of course, as this series is a fictional take on the lives of the figures: but some jumbled events on the timeline are quite noticeable if you are interested in the history behind the book's cast of characters.

    [Full review coming soon]

  • Raji

    3.5 stars.

    Review to come.

  • Carolyn Payne

    Least fav of the trilogy. Strayed too far from the facts. I did not like the voice she gave to Maria Reynolds.

  • Ashlee

    This cover is GORGEOUS! I knew this one was going to have gold and black. I knew it!

    Also, why do all the good guys have to be fictional? Like this is why I'm gonna be single the rest of my life, folks. This is why... :(

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