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- Publisher: Jennifer L. Armentrout (March 20, 2018)
- Publication Date: March 20, 2018
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- Language: English
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Paul Boehmer is a seasoned actor who has appeared on Broadway, film, and television, including The Thomas Crown Affair and All My Children. Coinciding with another of his passions, sci-fi, Paul has been cast in various roles in many episodes of Star Trek.
Justine Eyre has turned her passion for reading and remarkable facility with accents into her dream career. This classically trained, multilingual actress has narrated well over 400 audiobooks and has been honored to receive a coveted Audie Award and multiple AudioFile Earphones Awards. --This text refers to the audioCD edition.
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Love outweighed regret."
“I know you have done bad stuff, but that isn’t the sum of who you are.” My heart was cracking for him. “You are making amends. You have made amends. You’re not a bad person, and I know, without a doubt, that our child will never be ashamed of who his father is.”
“I want that to be true. I need that to be true.”
“There’s only one option, then. We’ll make that true.”
It’s been hard for me to put into words the gamut of emotions that “The Prophecy” caused me to experience. As much as I love to read, I can count on one hand the number of books that have elicited a deeply emotional response. And I tell you now that this book has joined those elite ranks. There is a section in this novel where I had tears spilling down my cheeks and a huge lump in my throat. The pain and loss was so real to me in that moment, and I think that is a mark of a truly great author, to make a reader care so much for a character’s journey.
There are many ups and downs in this book, this series, and what really hit home for me was the realization that redemption does not come without sacrifice. But sacrifice can pave the way to a bright future, though the cost still lingers.
I’ve said it before, and it’s worth saying again: JLA has made me love a character that I once hated. Seth and Josie’s story has now come to its conclusion, but it's also a beginning. To quote a favorite movie, “There are no happy endings, because nothing ends.” Thank you, JLA, for this great series.
Okay, okay. So enough moping about it ending. The Prophecy was everything I wanted it to be. Josie is once again our kick butt heroine and Seth is Seth in all his amazing-ness. However, I feel like the characters have really grown up in this final installment and we see that on a new level. And while the Big Bad is still out there (and we do get some serious action scenes), this last book is more focused on wrapping everything up and the emotions behind what has been going on. The gang is on a ticking clock trying to find a way to entomb the Titans once more and nothing is going as planned. While I really loved the entire book, what I was super proud of was Josie. I'm not going to get into any spoilers, but Josie's character goes through so many changes and she has so many things thrown at her, and yet she comes out of it stronger and WISER. She makes the right decisions for her and I was so proud of her character for that. Of course, I think the same can be said about Seth. He's come a long way since his days in the Covenant series for sure.
The bottom line is, JLA is Boss/ Queen and the collection of both the Covenant and Titan novels is one of my favorites and I definitely recommend them to everyone!
It has been around five years since I read my first book written by J.L.A, half-blood, and five years later she is still my favorite author of all time. I have never seen a writing style and world build quite like hers and, being a huge book worm, believe me when I say her books is one of a kind. What especially draws me to her stories is the humorous element, the sarcasm and how that helps form the dialogues so profoundly. She can make humor shape personalities uniquely and deeply in a way that is unseen. That is one of the bigger reasons why I love her writing. She is funny as all hell and she does not disappoint in this book on that department either. For being filled with so much drama and even tragedy at some points she still knows how to balance that with some lighter and funnier moments perfectly. That is what amazes me, because I know from past readings and experience how difficult that can be to balance.
Since the covenant series I have loved Seth and it broke my heart a little when the series drove to an end and he did not get his happily ever after. I was so excited when I found out J.L.A was going to write a new series all about him. I had high expectations and usually that’s a bad thing for me since high expectations usually means that the story disappoints me. Not because the story always sucks or anything like that, but because I have a bad habit of having too ridiculously high expectations that is hard for the book to meet. The titans series not only met my expectations but also went far beyond them. I could never have imagined this ending and now after finishing The Prophecy I’m on cloud nine! This book managed to make me laugh at the lighter joyful moments and cry like a little baby at the sorrow-filled I-can’t-believe-this-happened moments. I wish there was a word in the English language that could perfectly explain how amazing this book is. All I can say is that I’m awed! This was an excellent and beautiful ending that I could not for the life of me predicted going into the series. This was perfect!
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There's no spoilers in here so it's quite a hard review to write but it's suffice to say the characters are interesting, you get involved with them (at least I did) and of course you want everything to work out - but does it? It's packed full of mystery, mayhem and God magic. Great stuff.
It's akways refreshing to read really good and relatively long books that are edited well and that make sense. I've read some shockers lately where homophones and punctuation aren't understood and used properly, thankfully this isn't the case here which is probably why the books are so expensive. The price did put me off initially but I'm glad I took the plunge.
The book contains quite a few sex scenes so I'm not sure of it's audience. Initially I thought it was teens but I wouldn't expect my thirteen year old to read it, so it's definitely late teens and adults who would enjoy it. I certainly did.
Buy the series of you like this genre or even if you don't. It's compelling, involved and interesting and well written books are worth every penny.
The Olympians don't divulge all that might be foreseen, and Seth and Josie are put to the test. Future plans are derailed by what's expected of them. Their happiness is threatened. In the end sacrifices have to be made. By making those sacrifices, the prophecy might come true, but will Seth and Rosie realise their dreams?
There are points in this story when everything looks desperate and in the end love wins over need. The cast is fabulous. Seth and Rosie have matured, but Seth has his moments. After all Seth is Seth. There are really some upsetting moments, but the ending is beautiful. Very moving.
The Prophecy continues Seth and Josie's story as they fight to stop the Titans but as they get farther into the mystery of how to stop them they realise maybe not everyone will survive thier fight.
Once again Jennifer delivered an absolutely phenomenal book. Right from the start I was sucked back into this phenomenal world of gods, demigods and titans. Her writing was completely addictive and right from the start I couldn't put The Prophecy down. I was racing through pages as fast as I possible could as I just couldn't wait to see what was going to happen.
One thing I adores about The Prophecy was the characters that I fell in love with in the Covenant series had such great parts in this one. As always Deacon and Luke brighten up even the most awful of situations in the book but what I loved most was the beautiful frienship between Josie and Alex and the budding bromance between Seth and Aiden. If anyone would have told me back when the Covenant series was first releasing that they would be friends I'd have laughed but they are and I absolutely loved that.
The Prophecy was the definitely the most emotionally charged book in the Titan series. I am a very emotional reader and often find myself crying at the majority of the books that I read. However, I have never cried as much as I did while reading The Prophecy. I sobbed my heart out for a good half an hour at least. The Prophecy is filled with sacrifice and heartbreak and it totally and utterly broke me. I was completely heartbroken but The Prophecy is such a phenomenal book it was worth all the tears.
The Prophecy was the perfect finals to the Titan series and I loved every single moment of it. It was action packed from the first page and full of heart-melting romance. The Titan series is one of my favourite series of all time and I know I will re-read it over and over again. The Titan series is perfect and I recommend it to everyone.
I'm going to say something that will probably upset others, but...Seth was never been my favourite character. I know I know, how can I not like him? he's Seth! But Aiden was always my favourite. So going into this series I was a bit unsure on whether I would like it, but I was hoping to see Alex and Aiden again which I did.
But I have to say as I've made my way through this series, I began to like him and root for him. But this one, it broke my heart, I felt my heart clench at his sacrifice and then her death, I just wanted to reach into the book and hug him. I think this was the perfect ending to this series and to Seth's story.
But I really want more Alex and Aiden, just something sweet and loving between them, because it's been too long since Aiden and Alex has had private 1-1 time, it's just been little bits and nothing from their POV. I also want more Deacon and Luke, because they are so damn cute!!
Happy reading :)
When I finally pushed past that scene - it took me a while as I kept cringing - and finally got back on solid ground, the book quickly got back to where it should be.
I'm giving it a five, although it's probably closer to a 4.5 (not that it matters). I had a few niggles with it - Seth seemed a little too watered down in this one, but still had enough sporadic outbursts to satisfy. Josie wasn't my favourite - hearing her talk about how she didn't have a flat stomach repeatedly was irritating... we get it, you don't view yourself as perfect.. blah blah blah - but these weren't issues that really caused any problems story-wise.
The last 20% of the book.. what a roller-coaster. Excellent build up, development, ripping out of hearts and souls and generally turning us all into a mess of the feels.
Well done, Jennifer.
God I love Seth!