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Endlessly (Paranormalcy) Hardcover – July 24, 2012
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“There’s not a character in YA fiction that I enjoy reading more than Evie’s. Endessly had me in its clutches from the first hilarious page to the last breathtaking sentence. A fun, heartfelt, and dynamic ending to a marvelous series.” (Cynthia Hand, New York Times bestselling author of Unearthly)
“The wind-swept, sky-torn ending earns the term epic as Evie seizes the chance to right past wrongs.” (Booklist)
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But when I hit the end of the sample... Boo HarperTeen! It's almost torture to get so far into a story only to have to wait for release day! Because I'm such a Kiersten White fan girl, I've begun all of her books this way. So last week some time I was exactly 80 pages into Endlessly, the third and final book in the Paranormalcy trilogy, and craving more. Needless to say, when my book arrived the afternoon of July24th (Happy Pioneer Day to me!), I gobbled it up.
The first book redefined my expectations for the paranormal genre. The middle book served its purpose as a bridge, but left me wanting so much more of Lend, Reth, and Evie. But this last book...
It fulfilled all the promises of the story. It's superb! It's exciting and epic and well-crafted. I never could have imagined it would end the way it did. Somehow all the loose ends I'd been worrying about throughout the series got tied off in a gorgeous, complicated bow.
It's one of those endings that delivers exactly what you didn't know you were hoping for all along.
As in the first and second books, Evie's voice is endearing and funny. The theme of being true to yourself and not allowing yourself to be absorbed in someone else was as striking as ever as Reth - the gorgeous golden trickster - continues to guide Evie as best he can toward the choice he believes is best. In a moment of exasperation, he says, "You take a tremendous amount of leading to make the correct choices.Read more ›
I need to go grab my pinkest, sparkliest shirt and cry.
But you know what?
This trilogy not only STAYED a trilogy (thank God), but it also ended just the way I wanted it to, in the way that I wanted it to.
Well, sort of.
Opening these pages was really hard to do. It's the beginning of the end, you know? I really enjoyed the first two books of the series for what they were: fun, fluffy, sugar hyped rides that made me giggle while gripping the pages in a MUST KEEP READING frenzy. I expected everything and anything from Endlessly. In a way, I got both.
It was, as ever, a crazy, quirky ride. Evie remained the same crazy chick she always was, but in a way that also bothered me a little. I honestly can't see too much difference between Evie at the start and Evie at the finish, and after all she's gone through I expected at least a little bit of something more. Because of the way Evie is written, it's often hard to find depth in her character. ...of course, if you're reading these books for depth, you're kind of in the wrong place.
Lend didn't take as much precedence in this book as I wanted him too, simply because he and Evie are so cute together. Of course, Evie was FREAKIN' BUSY saving the world and everything, but Lend could have helped out a little more than he did. The one time he DID go with Evie, he spent most of his time naked and passed out and Evie didn't even appreciate it. (No, it was totally PG. It's a loooong story, folks.)
I was actually quite surprised to see as much of Jack and Reth as we did. After all, who would partner up with two people who tried to kill her and/or otherwise harm her? Oh, right, Evie.Read more ›
Kiersten White totally delivered on her final installment in the Paranormalcy trilogy. Faeries, vampires, and...Empty Ones? OH MY!
If you haven't gotten around to this series, I suggest you do it soon so you can be prepared for the awesomeness that is Evie and Tasey (her pink glitzy taser sidekick).
Elements that I absolutely adored:
EVIE. Well, yeah, she's the MC and she completely rocks. Not only is she hilariously sarcastic, but she is way different than any other supernatural/paranormal creature I've come across in my reading ventures.
Her relationship -- Let's just say that they can pretty much deal and overcome anything by each other's side and for each other. I love it...they are so devoted no matter what happens.
Reth. Oh, my dear stalkery, creepy, overbearing, beautiful faery dude. He is a pill and always likes to remind everyone just how loathsome and fragile poor little humans are. But that's okay because he totally adores Evie and wants to protect her. However, his plans tend to leave her feelings and opinions unaccounted for.
IPCA. An international agency that bags and tags supernatural and paranormal nasties to protect humanity. They're the good guys...OR ARE THEY?!
The twists and turns in this book had me second guessing everything. I wasn't sure who was up to no good and who was actually genuine, but that kept me on my toes & kept the story fast-paced and interesting.
THE ENDING. Oh, wow. Just...Yes. It was the perfect ending to a fantastic trilogy. All loose ends were tied-up and I was left sitting there with a big goofy grin on my face.
P.S. I totally hope White writes a little short story about Evie & Lend: The later years.
This book has just enough serious-the-world-might-end-what-is-happening elements and hilarity for a perfect balance of entertainment! Also, the cover is amazing (along with the other two books' covers!).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's great. I loved the suspense and the way things revealed themselves then seem to turn back on itself.Published 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
Kept me right there til the very end. A trilogy I'm sure to read again and again. :)Published 17 days ago by Kristiehilley
Cannot say I truly loved this series but the characters though seriously flawed were entertaining. This book was the most cohesive of the series.Published 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
I was very disappointed with this book. I enjoyed the first two, which I listened to on audiobook, but for some reason this installment on audiobook was not good for several... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Andrea Heltsley
My 13 year old daughter loves this book. She often gets bored with books halfway through but she couldn't put it down. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Kristin A. Cisneros