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Face of Death (Touch of Death) Kindle Edition
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She encounters a lot of emotional pain. Hades has a way of turning everyone against her, even when she means well, since he's manipulative. In human form, she rekindles a romance with a human boy. She doesn't want to do this since Alex, her current boyfriend, is trapped in Hades. Just like her soul is split, her heart is too.
This last book in this series is intense. The business of Hades, raising souls, and being a necromancer made for a great story. Also, Jodi was a well-rounded character in both Ophi and human form. She was caring and ambivalent with all the tough decisions she had to make. This was a wonderful end to this paranormal series.
Jodi has gone to Hell. But so have all of her Ophi friends. She goes through so much inner turmoil and internal battles because of having to watch her friends be tortured. The fact that Jodi lost her human self and that weak human form was pretty much the solution I found to be a little odd.
The fact that Jodi has to pretty much split herself was pretty interesting. It was a little hard to picture but it was a pretty cool concept.
MATT? WHAT?! Oh my god. I wasn't expecting that AT ALL. I knew he was dead and everything, yeah. But I didn't expect him to be in Hell. Hades is truly a cruel man for pulling Matt from Heaven.
I still didn't like Alex too much in this book. He was a little bit better than the first two books but just something about him makes me not want to like him. I am okay with the fact that him and Jodi did end up together though. I think they are good for each other.
After finishing the trilogy I have decided that I would have been fine with their only being one book. As I said in my last review, the first book had such a sense of finality that I kind of lost my attachment to the characters when it ended. I did enjoy that there was more to the story but my detachment from the characters made it hard to really focus. I am not saying the book is badly written or anything like that. In fact, the books are amazingly written. I just lost my attachment because of how the first book ended.
Overall, I gave the book 4/5 stars.
And because of these hard things, I don't really know where to begin. I really liked the direction this was going, other than the slight hiccup of a love triangle in book two that thankfully worked itself out, I thought it would be smooth sailing from here. That all my questions would be answered and everything would come together nicely and neatly.
That didn't exactly happen, instead Hathway threw in another curve ball. As if being banished to Tartus itself and dealing with Hades wasn't bad enough, she had to throw in another love triangle of sorts. Now, before all you love triangle haters start rolling your eyes and groaning (trust me, I did too!) know that this one sort of makes sense. It goes with what is going on with the story and as much as I didn't like it, I could see it and feel it and I understood it. I understood that it was something Jodi's character needed to do in order to grow stronger and in order to put some past wrongs right.
And the best thing about it all was that Jodi was still as fierce, strong and brave as always. She never faltered in her ability to prove why she was the Chosen One. She is a capable leader and one that loves her friends with all she has. She isn't afraid to put herself in danger to help someone else out and she isn't afraid to admit when she is wrong and when she has made mistakes. Best of all, this still had all the stuff I liked from the first book and even more from the second.
Overall I think this was a great conclusion to the trilogy that held true to all three books, the plot and the characters.
She figures out a way to try to fix things, and at the same time she is able to give closure to those who have been in their own personal purgatory since the fist book.
While I was sad to see the series end, I was thrilled to see how everything came together. This is a must read trilogy.
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