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Black Apocalypse Paperback – September 16, 2015
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Ally Watson had endured hardship and heartbreak; seeing the love of her life Michael murdered before her very eyes, only for him to be resurrected a far cry from the man he was before his human death. Angry, confused and extremely powerful, Michael, now Abbadon, is on a mission to reign down destruction upon the world. And the only way Ally will be able to get through to Michael is if she finally embraces her destiny; a destiny that will need to see the two of them unite if Ally and those she loves have any chance of beating the Devourer in the final battle against their powerful enemy…..
Sasha Hibbs has thoroughly kept me entertained with this series. Though I’m sad to see it end, there’s no doubt that this has been a series worth reading. Hibbs has wonderfully woven interesting mythology and twisted a lot about what we know about angels, Nephilim, vampires and werewolves in this series into something very unique and I commend her for doing so.
I’ve enjoyed seeing the series unfold through Ally’s eyes, and liked seeing Black Apocalypse told through Michael’s POV too. Considering the change in Michael and the importance of his role in this final instalment, I think this enhanced the reading experience and allowed readers to really grasp the severity of certain situations and to understand where Michael was coming from.
Black Apocalypse is the final battle between Ally and the Devourer. Joined by the various races including the Nosforatu, Noshoba, gypsies, witches and the Seraphs, Sasha Hibbs paints an epic battle in this fast paced, and excited read. I really enjoyed how nicely things were wrapped up for a lot of our characters including Ally, Michael, Brandi, Dave, Jessica, Eli and others. Hibbs gives readers a lot of closure and hope for her characters.
I have to say that even though however that though this series has concluded, I would love a spin-off or series of novellas featuring some of the other minor characters. If the epilogue is anything to go by I think Samyaza has a story in the works with Denaulda, but I also think Marik deserves a happily ever after more than anyone, and can old hope Sasha Hibbs gives him his own story too.
Exciting, riveting and wonderfully paced, Black Apocalypse is a fantastic conclusion to a great series!
Vulcan Legacies has truly been a fascinating series, weaving together mythology and magic, love and betrayal. The final installment did not disappoint. It left me thinking afterward-- always the sign of a good read, when you can't get it out of your mind.
What I Loved:
World Building- Ms. Hibbs wove an intricate, creative world brought together with amazing descriptions and an addictive plot.
Unique Characters- Wonderful characters, main and secondary, made this book (and series) amazing. Full, three dimensional characters, flaws and all-- that's what truly addicts me to a book. Main character Ally has always been my favorite.
Blend of Supernatural & Mythology- I loved the breadth of supernatural creatures in the series. Mythic lore of all types blended together to form this fantasy world. It made for an intriguing plot and a never-ending source of interesting characters.
Fast-Pace- The story unfolded at a quick pace, with few lulls.
What I didn't like as much? Well really there wasn't a lot. I tended to skim once in a while in this last installment, more to get to the next scene than because I wasn't enjoying what I read. I'm sorry that it's over. If you haven't read this series, it's one I highly recommend!
Overall an awesome read that I would not hesitate to recommend to teens and adults alike.. Will definitely be looking out for more from this author..