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The Devil You Know (Speak of the Devil Book 3) by [Romkey, Shawna]
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  • File Size: 1497 KB
  • Print Length: 181 pages
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  • Publication Date: February 21, 2016
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01B6ZKW78
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A great ending to a really great series.

Full disclosure: I've been following this series since the beginning when Shawna asked me to review the first book in the series for an honest review. I did, and I loved the book. Second time around I was lucky enough that she offered again. This time I didn't give her the chance, I BOUGHT THE BOOK AS SOON AS IT WAS RELEASED so that I could get my closure. I was NOT disappointed.

There are definitely some things I didn't see coming, some losses that cut me, some joys that uplifted me, and some quotes that moved me. Take this one for example:

"It did not matter whether you believed in Him. It mattered that He believed in you."

Or this one that I happened to read on my mom's birthday barely two months after she passed away (I am a believer that we happen to read things at the time in our lives that we need to read them):

"When you lose someone, you lose a part of yourself. There's an emptiness where they were. A hole inside. And it never fills back up. You just learn how to walk around with it."

If you are into paranormal YA series, give this one a go. Now I'm off to buy Crow Moon....
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I've been a fan of Ms. Romkey's work since the very first book, and have been anticipating the end of this trilogy for a very long time. Luckily, the book didn't disappoint. The Devil You Know once again takes our heroine to Hell and back again, both physically and emotionally.

Poor Lilly is never going to graduate high school at this rate.

Between acting as an intermediary form of communication between heaven and earth, fighting off demons, and falling in love with an angel, she missed out on prom, exams... and, oh yeah, any kind of normal life. And now she's got the angels of death hot on her trail, eager to correct their earlier mistake when she survived the car accident that started it all. Did I mention that Lucifer is still after her? You know, the Devil himself.

We all hate spoilers in reviews, so I'm really trying not to go there.... except to comment I wasn't at all sure how this series was going to be able to tie up the loose ends or come up with a satisfying ending. I mean, there was a lot at stake by the end of book two and things seemed bleak for our heroes. How could true love triumph against the Devil himself?

With some neat twists and a few sad surprises, the author is surprisingly able to wrap the story into a satisfying conclusion to the series.

If you like angel-versus-demons YA (which might as well be its own sub-genre), I definitely recommend giving this series a try.

Book one is Speak of the Devil, Book two is The Devil Made Me Do It, and then this final one, The Devil You Know. The first one? I had to read three times before book two even came out. Kinda like when I read Hunger Games when it first came out and got to that tragic last line "end of book one"... and threw the book across the room. The hardcover library book. You're so lucky as a reader, because this trilogy is complete and waiting for you. As Pokemon would say, Gotta catch 'em all!
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Darra's Review:
We have been on the look out for this book to come out. Absolutely loved the first two books. Shawna has such a twist on how to represent angels vs the Devil. This is why her books speak to us and made us crave for more.
The last book left us screaming at Shawna for ending it there. Great cliffhanger. So I can't imagine any reader feeling like the story could end at her second book.
Onto the characters. I thought Lily was brave throughout the book. Her loyalty for Luc goes on forever. When you feel like she could not do more, she finds a way to make it back to him. I loved Luc from the beginning. So I think he could do no wrong. With a few scenes, cringe is not a strong enough word to explain how I felt. At one point, I was silently crying at my desk at lunch(Don't judge me!).
Shawna writes to make you personal feel the characters anguish, happiness and loyalty. I should not say more. However there was a scene with the Devil that threw me for a loop. Ugh, you want to hate him! And the end made my heart soar. That's it! No more from me!

Sunny has it dead on. I give it a 4.8. Loved all three and definitely should be on your reading list.

Sunny's Review:
OMG! I can't tell you how excited I was to get this book. I love this series. If you remember from my review of The Devil Made Me Do It, I was really torn because I totally loved Lucifer and that conflicted my little Catholic heart. So this book picks up right where book 2 left off. There was quite a bit of okay what do we need to do and let's go do it in this book. It went very quickly for me. There were some parts where my chest tightened up and I was like "oh yeah, that is why the devil is bad" moments but I still have a little bit of a soft spot for him.
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