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With this book is the indelible sense that all the threads are being pulled together towards the conclusion, but there are still those pesky mysteries fluttering at the edge of my senses. Benjamin, Nathaniel, Marion, James, Rylie, Seth.
Elise is one of the most kick ass heroines I've read in a while. And finally, it seems as though James might be stepping away from his modest worlds domination plan.
As always, Sara has written a fast paced rampage through Dis, New Eden and Northgate. There were literally parts of this story where my jaw dropped. If you've read it, you know what I mean. If you haven't, well, I'm not going to spoil it for you. But I think I took up talking to my kindle again. It's OK - no one was watching.
And the ending? Well, I'm not entirely sure that the term cliffhanger is sufficient to describe the position the author leaves us in. Just.....evil. But... she's a best seller for a reason, and this book demonstrates why.
I received an advance reader copy in exchange for an honest review
The characters were all very one-dimensional, and the author has a bad habit of repeating the same lines and ticks over and over throughout the series until they have become thoroughly trite.
As for this book specifically - The turnaround on James' character in this book surprised me. I liked having him as the 'Good-Guy Gone-Bad'. But I'm glad that he seems to have come to his senses and isn't so desperate to achieve his goals no matter what the cost. I also hope that this isn't really the end for those that succumbed to the obsidian falchion! Sorry don't want to give too much away!
As usual, Ms. Reine's book grabbed me in the beginning and wouldn't let me go until the end. It is so full of action that I actually groaned at the beginning as I wasn't ready to get up and fight, again. I felt tired of the fights fought in the previous books of the series. I wasn't ready for the blood, guts and gore, again.
Don't get me wrong. I love the characters, demons, witches, and werewolves, a lot. I care about them and want for their best lives. So of course, when they decide to gang up together to fight the bad guys (um, angels, yeah) I am on their side. Yay, let's go get'em! So I ignore my weak stomach and gird my loins for another war. Once I understand that that is what we have to do, I fight and cheer for them.
The gore doesn't go away and I must admit to wishing I could hide from some scenes. But then I might miss something important.
Weary. That's what I felt most for the characters. They have been through so much already, why prolong this?
Going into this book I thought it was near the end of the series. After all, Sarah has written the beginnings of another series. But I found at the end of the book that it wasn't the wrapped up end. Sure some things get solved but other problems are calling for help. I felt so tired at the end of this book and it wasn't because it was nearly 4 o'clock in the morning. And I had to pull out my latest 'boring' read to calm myself down to sleep. (Unfortunately, that book decided to get rousing, suddenly. Why can we rely on books to suit our needs?)
So, in the end, I find myself longing for the next book in the Ascension series. Meanwhile, while waiting for Sarah to finish it, I'll read her new series, Preternatural Affairs. Even though many of her books contain blood and gore and fighting, I think a lot of people would like to read S. M. Reine's books. I find it best to start out with the werewolf books, Six Moon Summers, etc. Rylie's stories, then proceed to the Cain Chronicles. Then there is Descent and Ascension series with Elise and James. Sarah drags all the characters you know and love through all the books. I love that as you get to know everyone so intimately. Charater depth at is best! Enjoy!
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