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THIS Is How You End A Series!!! 15 avril 2014
Par Step Into Fiction - Publié sur
Format: Relié
If you're here, you're a fan of Julie Kagawa. If you're a fan of Julie's then all I can say is you are in for one hell of a ride. But that shouldn't come as a surprise for most of us. She likes to rip our hearts out, stomp on it a few times and then politely hand it back to us without any regrets. She has NO regrets for breaking us. In fact, she thrives on it and I can accept this because it means we care about her characters and her world she's introduced to us. Besides, she's the person who brought me Puck (and now Jackal) so I could never stay mad at her.

This is one of those books where you tread lightly. You know who the author is (or maybe you don't, in that case, listen to my warning) and you know she truly capable of breaking you in so many ways. I tell you she does exactly that in this book. Guard your heart because it sure to have broken by the time you reach the end.

I've been having a hard time reading final books in series lately because I feel like that's all I'm doing is having these series end on me. I don't think I can take much more of the heartbreak and the fact that I know I can't look forward to more from these characters. I wanted to read this book so badly because I needed to know what happened but at the same time, I was hesitate to have more characters I've grown to love leave me. But I have to say this is probably one of the most amazing endings of any series I've read. So many lately have completely left me shattered but this has ended with much hope and much faith in the world.

My favorite aspect of this book and since he was introduced, really, has been Jackal. Seriously. I'm in love with him. I'm all like 'Zeke who?' while I've read this series, especially in the last book. Who needs that bloodbag when you could have a vampire king?! Julie created my all-time favorite fictional character in her Iron Fey series with Puck and I'm here to tell you that Jackal is absolutely right behind Puck.

I know this review is very vague and I really feel like it has to be in order not to spoil the reader of anything. I was, unfortunately, spoiled with something going in to this book and it changed the reading experience for me. I wouldn't wish that on any of you. All you need to know is that if you've read the other two books, you do NOT want to miss this. If you haven't read the other two books, you have time to get to that before this is released. You won't regret it, I'm sure!

Reviewed by Jessica @ Step Into Fiction
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The most EPIC Conclusion I've read in a long time, if EVER... 21 avril 2014
Par Alicia - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
OMG, where do I even begin to say how much I adored this book! Well adored is probably the wrong word, because you adore a little bunny or a cute dog, and your kids, maybe? ;) But there was NOTHING adorable about this book! Nope, their was SO MUCH BLOOD!! And MORE BLOOD, then MORE!! I LOVED IT!! I don't really know what that says about me, but hey, I have to keep it real, right??? ;)

Julie Kagawa has done it again in THE FOREVER SONG!! It's just a little depressing now that it's over!! I could read millions of books in this series and never get tired of THE BLOOD OF EDEN!!

And Jackal, where do I begin to say how much I love him!! Really, he always steals the show for me in THE BLOOD OF EDEN Series!! Now, don't get me wrong, I love Allie and Kanin and even Zeke, I do, I really do! But Jackal is the fire that ignites the flame in this book! He is sooo hilarious, but so seriously honest at the same time!! He had me cracking up through most of this book, well really through all the books! I am just sad to see him go, I would love for Julie to do a spin-off series with Jackal!! I would read them all, then read them again!


Allie, the unregistered human Fringer, has had her world ripped out from under her since vampires have taken control of their cities and use humans as blood cattle, and control them as they see fit, since they are the superior race! Allie has always hated vampires with every ounce of her soul, that is until the day she loses her soul to the very thing she despised, a vampire!

Now a newly turned vampire, the very thing she's always hated, Allison has learned to adjust to the harsh life of being a vampire, with the intense thirst for human blood and a demon that lurks deep inside just waiting to rip through and unleash hell on earth! But she has slowly learned to hold on to her humanity at the same time, thanks to Zeke, the one boy who always told her she wasn't evil, that she wasn't the demon she thought herself to be. But when Zeke, the very thing that kept her attached to her humanity is murdered by the insane vampire Sarren, all her humanity goes out the window in order to find the crazed vampire and end him for the pain and suffering he has caused her and the rest of the world!! And she vowels to end it, one way or another!!

With Sarren on the lose and on his way to Eden, the only Vampire-free zone left, and set on destroying the world with his concocted virus, that turns vampires and humans alike into crazed monsters, and eventually will spread like wildfire and bring the ends of time! But Allison, Jackal, and their Sire Kanin, are hot on his trail, trekking through the vicious rabid-filled wasteland, stumbling through many of Sarren's traps, and detours with some very interesting surprises that will shock them to the very core! And no matter what they do and how far they get, Sarren is always one step ahead of them. But that won't stop Allison and her group, they are ready to fight their way through hell and back to save the world an exact revenge on the brilliantly insane vampire, Sarrne!

Will Allie and her group be able to get through Sarrens traps and make it to Eden in time? Will they be able to keep the virus if from leaving Eden if Sarrne has set it loose? But most off all, will they be able to stop the madman before it's to late?? Believe me these are answers your going to want, even if you haven't read this series yet, PLEASE PICK IT UP!!!

Julie Kagawa has brought this explosive conclusion that has left me breathless and craving more, then defuse it, and left me utterly satisfied, and fully complete! I will read anything Julie Kagawa writes, and I can't wait to read her newest creation Talon, releasing October 2014. I know it's sure to leave the same feeling!

Overall, THE BLOOD OF EDEN Series will go down as one of my favorite series of all times! And Allie, Zeke, Kanin, and especially Jackal, will live in my heart for years to come!! Thank you Julie Kagawa for creating such a brilliantly, Vicious, heart-pounding, memorable adventure in the BLOOD OF EDEN Series! :)

I received an eARC copy for reviewing purposes! All opinions express are my own, and are not influenced in any way!
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This was Formulaic and Obvious...disappointing. 16 avril 2014
Par BookGeek - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle
This is going to be a short review. I was a huge fan of THE ETERNITY CURE. I thought it was action packed, filled with heart and entertaining. My final words of my review were literally next book please! I waited with impatience for THE FOREVER SONG, but at the end I am disappointed.

At the end of the day this book is formulaic. Everything that I thought would happen…happened. Literally. Every twist, every death, every life…etc, happened. Why? Because, the author took, in my opinion, the safe route to ending a series. Part of what I loved about THE ETERNITY CURE was that it was risky and unpredictable. The author killed important characters, the good guys didn’t win while the Villain was on top. The good guys were out for revenge! It seemed impossible and obvious that the good guys would have to take some low roads to win.

They didn’t. This book is filled with very obvious moral high grounds, self-sacrifice, and greater good. Nothing is wrong with that, but it’s so obvious. Allison and gang made decisions that every YA paranormal/dystopian cast makes in these kind of books. I could have literally been reading any series. It’s obvious when people are going to make certain decisions. I found it boring.

I did get a bit emotional, because I do love the characters, but at the end of the day too obvious and predictable.
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Too much angst and not enough action 29 mai 2014
Par DragonCeres - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I loved this series from the very beginning, so I am sad to say that this ending did not nearly meet my expectations. In fact, I had a lot of trouble finishing this book. It's not so much that I disliked it, it was just that I wasn't interested enough to keep going whenever I put the book down.

After the events of the previous book, Allie, Jackal, and Kanin are traveling to Eden to stop the insane Sarren from ending humanity with the mutated Red Lung virus. Allie is in revenge mode and no longer cares about retaining her humanity and is giving in to the monster she's been fighting against for the past two books. This book was slow mainly because of the internal struggles occurring within Allie. Most of the time we're spent in Allie's head dealing with her emotions and inner turmoils which just didn't keep my interest because it's the same thing over and over again - be a monster, get revenge, guilt for being a monster, rinse and repeat.

In their chase of Sarren, the party encounters some traps set by Sarren. At first, these were the "action" that needed to move the plot along but they became repetitive after a while because it's just the three of them fighting against hordes of rabids and eventually winning. Not to mention every fight against the rabids just brought on another angst filled scene with Allie, so yeah, wasn't that great.

One part I really liked was when they found Zeke in old Chicago and evil Zeke is awesome!! I wished there would've been more of evil Zeke but that just wasn't too be. Instead, we get a Zeke that's filled with self-hatred and self-pity! So now we have two Allies, except we don't have to be inside Zeke's head all the time.

The book finally picked up once the party reached Eden, which is around page 300, almost 3/4 through the book. Once I got there I couldn't put the book down because I just had to know what happens! That last 100 pages was awesome and more of what I wanted from the rest of the book. I just had one picky item about Allie achieving Master status at the end. Maybe it's because I've read way too many vampire novels, but you cannot convince me that she's a Master after only being a vampire for a YEAR!! There's just NO WAY!!

This book definitely did not live up to my expectations after how much I loved the first two books. In the end, this was a book more about character growth than action, with the amount it focused on Zeke and Allie's internal struggles. I like how everything was resolved in the end, but I just wished that the book had been more focused on the world-saving and catastrophe part instead.
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Just Meh...and since when do Vampires walk so much! 23 mai 2014
Par mitzi hallmark - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I was very excited about the final book in the series, but it was sooooo predictable AND if they are vampires, why are they walking so much? I get that the bit about vehicles not working, but why OH why are they walking. I kept wanting to say RUN Kanin RUN. They would have made it to Eden, where the story could have been more deeply developed, but instead we wasted multiple days just walking. I really love Ms Kagawa's writing style, but this book was a real let down. I am giving two stars because I am a writer so I know that this took a lot of effort, but I really wanted to be thrilled by the last book and it just was not thrilling at all.
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