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I have always been a fan of Nora, despite what I know others think of her. For some reason I always liked her, probably because I think a female character can be strong without having to kick butt or something like that. Nora is strong in other ways. She is determined and goes for what she wants, she is fiercely protective of her friends and family, she is smart, and she deals well when thrown into paranormal situations she really had no experience with. That being said, she does adopt a little badassery in this one and I liked seeing her come into her Nephilim strength. At the same time, there were moments where I wanted to smack some sense into her. She makes some questionable decisions, but they are understandable at the same time. In the end though, I was happy with her character development.
Now on to Patch. Be warned, this may get a bit fangirly because I adore Patch Cipriano. He is in my top three favorite fictional characters along with Daemon Black and Tod Hudson. If you thought Patch was great in the last books, well then you don't know anything. He exceeds himself in Finale and I swear this book is just made up of swoon. There were so many moments that I just wanted to read over and over again because they were so sweet and so perfect. Patch will literally do anything to help Nora and it is clear there is nothing and no one who is more important than her in his eyes. That kind of devotion is just something it is hard not to love. He is the embodiment of what it means to be a book boyfriend.
Nora and Patch are a couple that has definitely not had it easy, and the events at the end of Silence just made things a lot more difficult. That being said, they are much stronger couple in Finale. I loved watching them work together as a team. That's not to say they didn't have their issues, because they did, big time. The difference was, this time they were willing to work through them together and not make the mistakes they had made in the past. They have realized that they are worth fighting for and that what they have is not something that should be given up on easily.
I could probably sit here all day going on and on about everything that happened in Finale, but I do not want to get spoilery and there is just so much that could be spoiled. There are so many surprises in Finale that you get to the point where you simply do not know what to expect. Things that would never even cross your mind occur. This book is also an emotional rollercoaster. I spent the last one hundred pages in tears because of the multitude of emotions. I would go from happy to sad in a nano second. This book broke my heart at points. I am pretty sure there was one point in the book that killed a little piece of me and I do not know if I will ever get it back. Be prepared for an emotional onslaught.
Finale was an amazing conclusion to one of my all-time favorite series. After I finished, I literally did not know what to do. I was a bit numb to be honest. I had to go back and re-read the last chapter in an attempt to accept that the series really had concluded. I waited what feels like an incredibly long time to read Finale and now that I have, I simply do not know what to do. I am so sad that there is no more to Patch and Nora's story but at the same time I am glad that I have a conclusion and closure to their story. It is a very conflicted feeling. So to wrap up what I am sure is a rambly review, I loved Finale and I think fans of the series will enjoy it as well. If you have not read this series yet, I highly recommend you go out and get yourself Hush, Hush and meet the wonderful characters that are Nora Grey and Patch Cipriano.
-Patch and Nora were always confessing their love, and at some points, it was just to cheesy for me to handle
-When he wasn't professing his love and adoration, Patch was infuriatingly alpha. Telling Nora to stay save, let HIM handle it. Going behind her back just because he felt that she wouldn't make the right decision, if a choice was left up to her.
-When (I won't say who) someone dies, she doesn't grieve for very long there was about 10 sentences about her sadness and then she moved on. It was like, don't you care that someone that you cared about has just left your life forever? No, it appeared she didn't because after those 10 sentences she made out with Patch in a fit passion. The same goes for all the other things that should make a normal person sad, finding someone dead, killing another person, committing homicide, it began to seem like Nora didn't have feelings like a normal person. The ONLY person she convincingly grieved for was Patch (of course).
While there were some things I hated about this book, some things I liked.
-Patch and Nora were thoroughly committed to each other. There was no cheating and, in both characters' cases, whenever somebody else tried to make a move on them, they steadily refused.
-In circumstances that Patch was being very alpha male, Nora commented on it. She didn't just roll with it because she was a helpless damsel in distress.
-Speaking of damsel in distress, Nora was a strong character. She could fight, she could make her own choices, she was a ruler of her own army, AND she didn't a man to to it for her.
-I loved the chemistry between Nora and Patch. They were so cute to read about, and I enjoyed watching their relationship blossom. I felt that way about every romantic aspect the author created.
-Marcie was an awesome 'bad guy'. Not only was she deceiving, heartfelt, scheming, sarcastic, and a backstabber, but at some points you really felt bad for her.
-I L. O. V. E. D. Scott. He was by far my favorite character, because he was nice, funny, handsome, and loyal. The journal entry at the beginning honestly made me honestly like him more.
In all, I really enjoyed this book. There was so much action and never a dull moment. Enjoy!
Unlike the Archangel rollercoaster at Delphic, this story was more like a ferris wheel. I would get to a really exciting part of the book and the scene would just "peter" out. It's a fun read, don't get me wrong, but not the highlight of my reading experience. I was left dissatisfied and honestly...sad.
**Spoiler** One final point.
In my opinion, there's never room in a book for a "time lapse". Seriously..."Three years later"? WT...? It's as if the author realized her deadline was up and she had to end the book in a hurry. What happened in those three years? So many unrequited situations and questions. I am certain many readers, not just I, feel the same way. Complete series was good/okay; miserable ending, IMHO.
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