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Lux (The Nocte Trilogy Book 3) by [Cole, Courtney]
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Product Details

  • File Size: 4417 KB
  • Print Length: 373 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0692567909
  • Publisher: Lakehouse Press, Inc. (October 26, 2015)
  • Publication Date: October 26, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0178IC9OG
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I am not even sure how to put into words the review to Lux. I ask myself questions over and over again. What if I didn’t get the message? Did I miss something? Why do I feel like I reread over half of the book again? These are all the things running through my mind after I finished. I was thoroughly dumbfounded. Now don’t get me wrong I absolutely loved the first two novels Nocte, and Verum. I felt the author had great momentum with the two previous novels, and there were tons of questions running through my mind. You can imagine how elated I was to dive into Lux with no knowledge of anything. To say I was super hyped would have been an understatement.

As I started reading I noticed a re-occurring trend sweeping through the pages. It was all relatively similar to what I read before. The same scenes playing out, with the same words lighting up the pages over and over again. I really did think I was crazy at times, however it all started to blur together. By the last twenty percent I was just ready to get the answers I had been seeking all along. Even though I don’t want to spoil it for you. There is explanation for the reasoning behind the crazy. I thought the ending was a bit weak in terms of wrapping up everything. I felt that things were plugged in a rush. Maybe it’s me, and my perception of how it was all supposed to be. I just know in my heart that if I didn’t “get it” I just didn’t get it. I love Courtney’s writing, and I think she is exceptional with her art. The ending to this series just fell very flat for me, and by the end I was just ready to be done. 3 Stars.
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So I read books one & two and thought they were great; surprises and cliffhangers galore. I waited for Lux to "finally" come out so I could get some closure, put aside some time and began the final read. Wow, what a huge disappointment! It was one convoluted story after another that never really happened (or did it?), over and over and over again. It was a mentally exhausting read knowing that the current plot would be voided in the next few pages, but hoping at the same time that maybe it wouldn't and the story would start to come together and make sense. Ultimately, I just wanted to know what the kicker was, why? what's going on? Just get to the punch line. The ending was more of the same. Never really knowing what was reality vs crazy in the head.
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I had huge hopes for this trilogy. So much so that I bought all three books at once. The author touted it as dark, and readers had only good things to say about it.

I was intrigued by the first book, frustrated by the second book and completely agitated by third, particularly because it contained so many sections of the first two books without many/any changes.

While I could have fallen in love with the characters, the story and plot was far too concerned with trying to be clever and ended up being nonsensical and all over the place and, except for book one, I just couldn't enjoy it, despite reading all the way to the end.

Yes, we want books to get under our skin and move us. We want to feel what our characters feel; live in their skins. But there is a vast difference between being moved, so that a book stays with me for days, and being agitated, so as to ponder why I didn't stop halfway through the second book.

Here's hoping you enjoy it where I could not.
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Just like most of you, I don't know what to say. This book was like reading the same thing over and over and over. Book one was fantastic. Book two was good. Novella 2.5 was weird but got the questions really going. Book three.....I don't freaking know what to say. I don't want to spoil it. I guess I could say it was almost like Groundhog Day had a baby with Butterfly Effect and it came out as this psychological thriller. I have recommended this series to a friend (before reading #3) so I am curious what she has to say.
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I feel as if I disappeared through the looking glass. I'm not sure what end is up. If what I just read is real or not. Or if I'm just as crazy as Calla and Dare and everyone else in this twisted tale seem to be. No matter. I truly think this ending was fecking brilliant!!

Yes, it's true. As readers, we are caught in the never-ending circle of circumstances that surround Calla Price and her seemingly wild group of family members. It's like a vortex of insanity. Getting scenarios to be replayed over and over again, until there is that flicker of hope that we'll finally get that a-ha moment and everything will become clear. And here I sit after finishing Lux and I'm still not sure if it all makes sense. And that is just fine by me.

I love that Courtney Cole dove into a different kind of world to bring us this series. We have the choice to believe it all a figment of one person's crazed imagination or not. The way she flawlessly combined purposed reality with biblical stories was as different as I've read in a very long time. I was forced to think. A whole lot. I couldn't allow my mind to wander and just get lost in the story. I had to pay close attention and I'm going to say that I feel rewarded and completely satisfied. It's not an easy trilogy to digest but if you let yourself go for a bit and focus on the world that Calla is never so fondly a part of, you can't help but want to know it all. The whole sordid, gorgeous tale. It literally blew my mind ever so subtlely and I'm still scratching my head at how finely intricate a story this is.

With all that is happening in Calla's mind, I was struck with the fact that the characters were all very loving in their own way.
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