- File Size: 1612 KB
- Print Length: 270 pages
- Publisher: Entangled: Embrace (February 8, 2016)
- Publication Date: February 8, 2016
- Sold by: Macmillan
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01ARRWQ52
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,668,282 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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"I’m going to write a new ending to our cursed story."
If you've not read the first two books go read them. They're not standalone reads, but together they make a gripping story and, with each book, this series has gone from strength to strength. We've seen Addison mature from a plaid-wearing, awkward student, intrigued with her brooding professor, into a determined young woman leading a group of demi-immortals and finding her true love amongst them. The Machine may have battled and overcome the wraith king, but it's not over; Addy is harbouring the evil deep-down within her and it's testing her sanity, her relationships and the race is on to save Earth.
"I had no idea how to stop the bloody avalanche that had begun, but I would."
Quite a bit of Forever Dusk is inner monologue between Addison and the wraiths within her and whilst at times it did become a little drawn out, it is vital and as the story builds, momentum gathers, and everything over the series comes together resulting in a read that I couldn't part myself from. My heart raced as I began to discover just how the story would end and then the tears came, because it pulls every emotion from you heading into the final chapters.
"No matter what happens in our future, I will love you until there are no more days, no more hours, and no more minutes left in this existence."
Turning the final page is bittersweet.Read more ›
When I heard that the long-awaited final installment, Forever Dusk was finally releasing I jumped at the chance to get an ARC, and I’m so glad I did.
Now, first things first, I’m not sure what’s up with the cover for Forever Dusk, but don’t let it turn you off if you haven’t read the series. This IS NOT an erotic romance novel. This is about nasty demons trying to break into our world and eat everyone … and a group of kick-butt soldiers fighting and dying under the radar to keep us all safe. This is first and foremost paranormal action/adventure and maybe yes, a little romance thrown in for good measure.
My feelings for the final installment in the series were a little mixed. To be honest, I wish I could review just the second half of the book, because here is where I saw all the elements of the Mortal Machine that kept me screaming for more in books one and two. For some reason Addy was in a very different place in the beginning of the book than I expected her to be. To an action junkie like me, I felt like she was hanging around and “thinking” too much. I suppose there were two books of backstory in there that needed to be covered, but I didn’t see the Addy that I loved on those pages, and I missed her.
HOWEVER at about 40% into the story (I read on an E-reader) Baku lights a fire under our girl’s butt and she is off and running again. The second 60% of Forever Dusk is jam-packed full of all the awesome Mortal Machine goodness that made me fall in love with the series a few years ago.Read more ›
Forever Dusk has everything the first two books of the series had that kept me coming back for more: scorching hot chemistry between Asher and Addy, a rock-solid and unique paranormal mythology, and emotional romantic and other relationships between deeply drawn characters. Love, love, love Jocelyn Adams.
As I found myself soaring through this series I found an intense love of the authors main characters Asher and Addison. I could not foresee the outcome of their characters or the future of the machine but I was blown away with the ending. It was emotional and intense and I will admit I cried more than my share of tears. This is a complex read yet I found myself following along just fine. We are also lavished in some wonderful secondary characters who help carry parts of the story along and add a more personal note on the family they form.
I personally think that this series has not gotten enough hype and appreciation. The world she creates is meant to stir the imagination and it has. Break it down and it builds up to a world of the metaphysical with worlds within worlds. Anyone who likes fantasy with emotion and likes a story where you need to actually think a bit this is for you. These are not stand alone books. You must read the series in order to understand what is happening within the story.
I recommend you give this series a try.
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