- File Size: 2861 KB
- Print Length: 574 pages
- Publisher: Crown Atlantic Publishing (August 30, 2016)
- Publication Date: August 30, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01GEGLJZS
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This is an epic conclusion full of twists and turns. It captivates you from the first page and makes it impossible for you to put it down. I found myself so involved that I actually forgot to eat because I was so engrossed. In this book it is time for Geneva to fulfill her destiny and it isn't an easy path. I found myself full of all the emotions you can imagine. I cried, raged, laughed, smiled and endured incredible pain while finishing it. I have to say that it brought out emotions that few books can. It is in my top three favorite series of all time. This conclusion nicely wraps up the entire series.
My favorite character was Geneva. She surprised me and evolved in to a incredible woman, She is flawed and selfless and just a main character that anybody can look up to. She is a survivor and her love is so pure it touches your soul. She is quite the stand out character. There are very few characters that can hold a candle to her.
My favorite scene without giving away a spoiler was towards the end in the forest. It was the happiest moment of her life and I found myself shedding tears of happiness. It was a perfect moment in the perfect book. It was touching and you could feel the love in each word.
This has been the hardest review I had to write because it is a goodbye to this beautiful series. I will miss you all but I plan on reading you again. "Let this be our longest goodbye. Because the next time we are together it will be for eternity. Viamor ternis."
Geneva seems to be an incredible woman. I am curious to go back and read what lead up to Geneva's development. Geneva is a survivor and I think she is a wonderful character to follow. Benjamin did a great job with her development of Geneva. I think when a character shows growth that is the best thing I could ask for as a reader.
The Geneva Project: Destiny is a great read. I felt a bit lost at times just because I haven't read the other books in the series. I do think that Benjamin does a great job trying to tie a new reader into the series. This story is full of many twists and I felt like the story was able to catch my attention right away. Definitely check out this series by Christina Benjamin. I don't think you will be disappointed at all.
Over all, it is a spectacular show of craftsmanship, heart and deep understanding. Destiny has tied together all of the previous books, prequels included, in an extremely delightful way that gives it a completed feel.