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- Listening Length: 12 hours and 32 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Tantor Audio
- Audible.com Release Date: February 16, 2016
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01BE1WRLI
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#Heart: Hashtag Series #6 Audiobook – Unabridged
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#Heart or #<3 as you’ll see many places is the sixth book in The Hashtag series by Cambria Hebert. It is the finale book for the series and no, it cannot be read as a standalone. Don’t even try, you’ll get lost and miss way too much information that you actually need. If you’re looking to read these, take yourself back to #Nerd and start there. #Heart is written in the first person but it’s from four points of view this time. You have Romeo, Rimmel, Braeden and Ivy. There is no cliffhanger here, as it’s the series ending, and you definitely get an HEA. Actually, you get two!
This book, as with every book I’ve read by Cambria, has been absolutely fantastic. It was a cherry on top of the sundae that The Hashtag series has been. It’s full of sweet moments, things getting sorted, loose ends tied up. Then you get new things introduced, some twists, turns and crazy plot.. also a peek into what is happening in the spin-off series. Yes. I said spin-off series! If you have followed this series, you’re in for a treat. It’s like she went and added some of B’s brownies to the sundae and made it even better.
It took me ages to write this review. I didn’t want to write it, I’ll be flat out honest about that. I would sit and cry, every single time I thought about writing it. That sounds silly, I know. However, I love the characters in this series. They have become real to me and the book hangovers I’ve had due to them are epic. Cambria Hebert can write one heck of a story, a plot, and the characters feel real. You fall in love with them. You’ll pick things out of #Heart just as you would with the rest of the series and you may as well have them emblazoned upon a shirt. (I actually do have Hashtag shirts and hoodies!) Anyway, I felt that if I wrote this review, that the series would really be over. That I was closing it. So I fought it, and myself, and was stubborn. No one wants to lose things they love, and that is how I am with this series.
So.. gushing over now. I’d fully recommend this book. I’d tell you to go back to #Nerd and dive in. You won’t regret it and I can almost bet you’ll fall in love with the characters.
You know what else this book gave me? A second shot at what happened at the end of book 5 with Braeden and Zach (which I'm going to guess if you're reading this review you've read the previous books, otherwise spoilers for book 5). I had an ethical problem with how Braeden handled Zach being trapped in the car, and it was nice to have them go back to it in this book and have it not be as simple a decision (b/c it would be the kind of thing that would haunt a person). And in the end, I was satisfied with the way it all played out. Even though he would have made the same decision, I was glad that it wasn't just easy for him, I'm glad that it weighed on him b/c while it was a human decision to make, it was still a life being taken. And they really stressed the part about how he would have died if he had helped Zach, so it puts it into perspective.
Like I said, there were definitely still problems that the family faced (particularly with Robert), but it was mostly a book about them settling into their lives and figuring out their futures. I will admit, a lot of it was a bit over the top and out there as far as realism goes, but it was the kind of out there that I secretly want to happen and believe happens with friends, so I was totally ok with it. It was like a love letter to fans, and this fan totes appreciated it. The characters were still all true to who they were, and we got to enjoy the aspects of each of them that we love so much. And seeing them together as a family just makes me smile so much.
I think it ended perfectly....any more books and it would have been too much. This way you just want to go back and reread sometime later and enjoy their story all over again. And it's not like we won't get glimpses of all of them in the spinoff series, which I am seriously looking forward to!! So thanks Ms. Hebert for giving me another fandom. It had it's ups and downs, but it maintained a place in my heart throughout.