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Final Debt (Indebted) (Volume 6) Paperback – November 30, 2015
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"Final Debt is a masterpiece, the perfect compilation to the amazing Indebted series. I couldn't put it down until I finished the final word!" ~Aleatha Romig New York Times and USA Today bestselling author.
- Spectacular, phenomenal and outstanding are words that just don't seem enough when it comes to describing this work of art, because that's exactly what this was for me... a work of art. 5 Stars--Hopeless Romantic Book Blog
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It's hard for me to write this review because I really really wanted redemption after book five. Ms. Winters has in the past shown she has talent, storytelling ability and capability. Hoping and wishing against all odds that maybe just maybe book five was the exception not the rule of what Indebted series was to be became an awesome concept that couldn't be executed and fell flat.
I don't hate book six as I did book five, but the idea that this is one of the best dark books or series ever written is unconscionable. Internal inconsistencies among the books and story line and the inability of the story teller to keep track of the plot line and characters and know who did what and how things happened make it impossible to take anything said in the last two books and epilogue seriously (and yes I am a chump I even bought the epilogue).
Like the last seasons of many TV programs like those of Dallas, Ally McBeal and True Blood (who jump the shark before their last season) it's like this story exploded, plot disintegrated and editing didn't exist. Which is kind of scary that Ms.Read more ›
A good thirty to fifty percent of the book is the dialogue, mindless rutting, extreme violence, and revelations that we've mostly figured out. It wasn't necessary to hear from Bonnie or Mabel, both evil and seriously sick and psychotic women. The saying "For every good man... Same for women. The only thing that moved me was Kes, letting himself go and God rest it. I did care to know was what happened to Jasmine as well. The rest we'd already mostly figured out.
I was appalled that Jethro expects Nila to continue to wear the halo of doom around her neck for life and she wants to. Between that and the bloody bracelet and ring made out of a diamonds representing a long line of blood and sacrifice, she should have felt weighted down by horrifying disgust. Even I wanted to throw up. What does Jethro want to do? Rut again. It's not even romantic anymore and carries a lack of respect for the emotions behind the story.
Personally with what was revealed, I think Tex and Cut should have squared off and both died. I think the only ones that should have been left was Kes, Jaz, and Vaughn. When the others passed, that is when Kes should have awakened.Read more ›
Jethro was a waste of a hero. All the good intentions in the world, but never really able to achieve his goal of rescuing the damsel in distress. He was like Superman, All the strength and power at his disposal, but still got the crap beat out of him at every turn. Also, what is with all the crazy people? The entire series was like a psycho convention, with each character being more superlatively insane than the last, so that the least insane person appeared normal by comparison.
The only real saving grace was that the heroine came into her own and was ultimately not expecting the big, bad and ultimately useless alpha male to rescue her. But she was also not without fault. When she had the chance to kill Bonnie, she just stood there listening to Grandma Looney Toons yap away. There were 10 pages of yammering going on in this supposed scene of suspense, all so the woman could keel over, purportedly from cardiac arrest, but I am convinced it was from boredom.
The books read like a bad film noire, with a lot of tirsome hyperbole and over explanation, sililoquies, villains twiddling their handlebar moustaches and monologues. I did not finish part six and will not buy the epilogue. By the end, I was not even interested in finding out about the origins of the feud, which, at the outset, was the most intriguing aspect of the storyline, I was beyond caring and wished that a flaming toilet bowl would shoot out of nowhere and end the entire farce.
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This was an amazing series falling in love with the characters the storyline, the pain, hurt, betrayal and raising above it all to come together two houses...one familyPublished 1 day ago by Kindle Customer
I wish this series had more books. I highly recommend it. Although the violent scenes aren't for the squeamish.Published 8 days ago by J.V
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Wow. Going into this series I had such high hopes because almost everyone that continued reading after book 1 was completely taken with this... Read more
I loved it! I really couldn't put it down. It was the most exciting book in the series!
I loved to read about how Jethro fight for Nila. I loved how strong Nila was. Read more
This book series is now one ofy favorites. I wish Kestrel had his own point of view book.Published 29 days ago by Amazon Customer
I did really like the Indebted Series but I just felt that it was too drawn out. I may not have felt that way had I waited for all of the books to be released but I didn't realize... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Danielle Davis
I loved this whole story and I am looking forward to reading more from this Author.Published 1 month ago by Aimee Splittgaber