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  • Publisher: Findaway World
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1619697793
  • ISBN-13: 978-1619697799
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 0.9 x 7.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,129 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,122,113 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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One that will make us all appreciate life and love.
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It's a great story line with well developed characters and a super beautiful love story.
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I know when a book (story) is good because I am sorry it ends.
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62 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Emily J. Morris VINE VOICE on October 27, 2012
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
I have been a "Beautiful Creatures" fan since the beginning, and I'm happy to say this is a series that remains strong from beginning to end. This finale did have me worried--with Lena's story more or less over, what was left to tell? But the aftermath of the death of Ethan Wate was perfect fodder for a strong and entertaining ending that was plot enough to stand on its own while still wrapping up the Caster Chronicles.

The jumped-off-a-water-tower Ethan finds himself in the Otherworld, a charming world of the dead that resembles Gatlin. Here, the writing duo makes a ghostly realm that is thoughtful and fun in its rules. However, when Ethan learns he was truly not meant to have died, he digs deeper into the supernatural realm to find a way out. This synopsis, I'm afraid, only scratches the surface of a truly delightful novel that not only aims to bring back Ethan but to tie up all other loose ends of the series.

The fantasy is creative, Southern and gothic--a winning combination splashed with a bit of teen culture and wondrous characters. The writing, which I have always liked, has hit its stride, and the characters know themselves. Garcia and Stohl are comfortable in both the normal and supernatural worlds of Gatlin and it shows.

My husband accused me of reading this in one sitting (not quite true), but it really was one of those novels I had trouble putting down. This is a gorgeously told story and a most satisfying conclusion to what has been a stellar series.
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33 of 43 people found the following review helpful By KVB99 on November 12, 2012
Format: Hardcover
Since this is the last book in the series, I want to offer my review both of the last book itself, Beautiful Redemption, and a review of the series as a whole:

Series: I give the entire series 4.5 stars. I truly enjoyed the characters and the storyline. It was fresh, original and utterly engaging. I also was impressed with the fact that this series did what few manage. It mostly got better with each book (we'll talk about book 4 below). As much as I liked book 1, I didn't think the story line could be sustained, but wow was I wrong with book 2, and then book 3 -- the best in the series in my view. They took me on such a roller coaster of emotions that by the time the end credits rolled on book 3, I was out of breath and my pulse pounding. But there were a few stumbles here and there, fortunately none that big, and they were few and far between. Probably the biggest reason why I'm only at 4.5 stars -- still a pretty strong endorsement -- is the occasional times when events/plot lines seemed implausible or not adequately explained. Without going into chapter and verse, one broad example is that Lena is sometimes portrayed as the uber caster of all times, and then at other times she's just a helpless damsel in distress. But, as I said, this is only a minor demerit.

Book 4: Well, if you have read books 1 -3, you, of course, absolutely must read book 4. That goes without saying, so good was book 3. So, you're not reading this review to help with that decision. It's already been made. So, what can you expect? Well, book 4 is decidedly a step below books 1-3. With this book, everyone knows exactly how the book is going to end (come on, was there any real doubt?).
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26 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Nereid on October 27, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I for one will be sad to bid goodbye to the Caster world of Light and Dark and all the characters that have entertained me throughout this series. Told from both Ethan and Lena's POV, this book details Ethan's journey through the Otherworld. A quest he chooses to undergo to find the Far Keep in order to return back home to Gatlin and to Lena. An interesting take on death and the belief that dying is not the end but another journey into the unknown and I liked the idea of the homes being in the graveyard instead of the headstones though it is a little macabre. Ethan will risk his soul and finds allies in the unlikeliest of places and his love for Lena spurs him on. Lena in turn never gives up on Ethan and through her family and friends will achieve the impossible and find the Book of Moons. Ethan has been such a likeable character, someone who you would be proud to call your friend and a boyfriend whose loyalty and devotion is inspiring. Lena has had her moments and sometimes she was incredibly frustrating and a bit whiny at times though she came through for Ethan when it counted. At the end of this book, I came away with having read a wonderful love story of how that love is eternal and that by being loved we are also redeemed even those who feel they don't deserve it, even Ridley our resident bad girl finds love in the end. I am now looking forward to watching the movie of Beautiful Creatures when it opens in 2013.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By mom to on January 9, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
Overall I thought the series was really good. I'm not a 'young adult' fan. I generally don't read them. I was interested in the books after seeing the movie, which I quite liked. I thought the 1st and 2nd books was 5 stars and the last 2 only 4. My issues with this last book were a couple things: ***(HINT OF SPOILERS)***
1. I was completly fine with one of the main characters dying..for good. Frankly I saw that coming for a long time. I just didn't think the authors created a good enough reason. It seems like it happened just because the authors wanted to leave the readers with one tragedy or sacrifice. It didn't make sense.
2. I wanted Ridley to be resolved. Her character was shaped and modeled through the whole books. I love Ridley. But, her character just fell flat in the 4th book. It was lke the authors couldn't figure out what to do with her....so they did nothing. Through the whole series we're told that you can't be a dark caster and still be good. You have no choice - you're evil if you're a dark caster. But Ridley isn't? If she could be dark and still be 'good' then what was the whole issue with Lena possibly turning dark in the first place? Also - Link won't have anything to do with her when she first pops up and then suddenly at the end of the book they're together again. What happened there?
3. My biggest issue was the portrayal of the after life. How DEPRESSING!!! I know its just a book and based on mythology...but still. Geez. Especially with the portrayal of the afterlife, why wasn't Ethan more hysterically upset over 'the other main character's death'? So - you hang out in your fake house at the cemetary for eternity or you go to the underworld full of misery? Nice.
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