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The Forever Song (Blood of Eden, Book 3) par [Kagawa, Julie]
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'Katniss Everdeen better watch out' - The Huffington Post


Allison Sekemoto once struggled with the ultimate question: is she a human or monster?

With the death of her love she has her answer.


Embracing her inner darkness, Allie is now determined to hunt and kill Sarren, the psychopath who murdered Zeke.

But the trail is bloody and long, and Sarren is leading Allie’s dangerous fight to the one place she must protect at any cost – Eden, the last safe-zone on earth. Forced into a battle that it may be impossible to win, Allie is about to face her darkest days. And if she succeeds, she could

face surviving forever alone.

The thrilling final instalment in The Blood of Eden trilogy

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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Decent ending to a fabulous series. 18 juillet 2016
Par Laurie@The Baking Bookworm - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
For YEARS I have been suggesting this series by Julie Kagawa to friends, patrons and family members because I adored the first and second books. I had bought the final book in the trilogy but didn't jump right into it for various reasons - mainly because I like to savour a series and sometimes don't want it to end. This was the case with the Immortal Rules series.

In the first two books Kagawa builds a unique, detailed and ruthless backdrop for her characters. She fills pages with intense action, strong and diverse characters you care about, a good dose of humour (I do so love Jackal!) and some rather amazing twists and cliff hangers. The energy level is high throughout to keep the reader riveted.

Unfortunately, The Forever Song was lacking some of the action that I came to love in the previous books and became more about teenage angst. Compared to the first two books, Forever Song is more romance than dystopian action. It's not that it's a bad finale, it's just not as strong as I would have hoped for one of my favourite series.

The difference in this book is the energy. There's still lots of action but the bulk of the book feels like a lot of traveling with intermittent rabid attacks leaving the plot to feel quite slow and almost tedious with the teenage love angst at the forefront. Too much time was spent repeating this combination of travel/attack/angst instead of adding some unique twist as they search for the cure. The big cure that everyone is on the hunt for was too convenient and fit in right at the end as an easy way to wrap things up fast. Meanwhile, I was left feeling a little let down.

While I still loved seeing Jackal (king of the snarky wise cracks) he couldn't carry this book alone and I can't say that this final book lived up to the previous two books in the trilogy. It's a decent ending to a fabulous series.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The most EPIC Conclusion I've read in a long time, if EVER... 21 avril 2014
Par Alicia - Publié sur
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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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4.0 étoiles sur 5 This book will make you happy and sad at the same time 23 mai 2014
Par FantasyFan13 - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
WARNING: This review will contain spoilers for The Eternity Cure as well as some spoiler-ish details about The Forever Song. (But nothing you couldn't have predicted if you finished The Eternity Cure.)

Well. I've come to the end of one of my favorite, most epic series ever. That's never easy, but as you can tell by my 4-star rating I'm pretty happy with the way Julie Kagawa wrapped it up. A more accurate rating of my opinion of the book would actually probably be 4.5 stars.

Plot summary: Allison, her sire Kanin, and her blood brother Jackal start the book off tracking Sarren toward Lake Erie and the human city of Eden. Allison has become cold and emotionless after hearing Zeke being tortured and killed by the psychotic vampire Sarren at the end of The Eternity Cure, and her only goal now is to take her revenge by destroying Sarren. Of course, Sarren also intends to release a new mutated form of the Red Lung virus on Eden and kill everybody on the planet, so stopping him from doing that would be good too.

Thankfully, Allison's heartless-and-vengeful phase doesn't last too long into the book, and she is back to being what Jackal calls a "bleeding heart" by the time the group gets to Old Chicago and Sarren's most shocking surprise. (Well, shocking for Allison, not for me. I predicted this as soon as I originally finished reading The Eternity Cure's epilogue, because I couldn't stand the thought that Zeke was actually permanently dead.) The surprise (and I don't consider this a spoiler, because it was obvious from the epilogue of The Eternity Cure): Zeke is a vampire now--the very thing he swore he never wanted to become. Worse, Sarren has twisted his mind so that he's almost as insane as his sire.

Being brainwashed, Zeke of course tries to kill Allison. They fight and Allison has the opportunity to kill him, but naturally she can't bring herself to do it. Eventually she manages to jolt Zeke back to his senses so that he's not trying to murder her anymore. Thus begins Zeke's struggle to come to terms with the fact that he's a vampire now and he's killed innocent people while under Sarren's compulsion.

One thing I really liked about The Forever Song was Allison and Zeke's relationship once he becomes a vampire. When Zeke was human, he was the one reassuring Allison that being a vampire didn't make her automatically evil. Now the tables are turned, and it's Allison's turn to be Zeke's emotional anchor. I love how they can both see each other's flaws and the wrongs they've done, but they each save the other from their inner demon. I think that's a great thing to have in a relationship--to have someone who helps you be a better person, and to do the same for your partner.

One thing I did not like about The Forever Song was Jackal's foul mouth. That guy uses the F-bomb for almost everything, which detracted majorly from my ability to enjoy the book and is the main reason I gave The Forever Song 4.5 stars and not 5.

The other reason I didn't rate this book a full 5 stars was because one of my favorite characters died. His death didn't hurt as much as it could have, because he died doing something meaningful, but I still cried. (Congratulations, Julie Kagawa. Your books have made it onto the short list of books that have made me cry.)

I have just a few more things to say. There comes a point very near the end of the book where Allison learns something about herself that is a Very Big Deal. And when it came to light, I was like, "Ha! I KNEW it!" Ever since book one, I have been wondering if it might be true, and I was very happy to be vindicated in this case.

All in all, a satisfying conclusion to one of my favorite series. I dearly hope somebody eventually makes a movie or movies out of these books and doesn't screw it up too badly.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Loved it 26 juin 2015
Par Zia - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I was so looking forward to getting this book, and I was not disappointed. I loved it! It was a fantastic conclusion to one of my favorite series.

I'd almost have to say most of my favorite parts involved Jackal. He was his typical murderous, self-centered self, but as the story moved on just how selfish he is now starts coming into question with some of his actions and words. And oh gawd was he hilarious. I couldn't even tell you the number of times I ended up laughing out loud to something he did or said. I don't care that he's all cool with being an evil vampire, he's awesome.

Kanin was also his typical silent brooding self. So it was great the few times he would "snap" to silence Allie and Jackal during one of their MANY bickering matches. He definitely fits into what I would consider a master vampire, and all his skills simply rock. So what happened at the end left me stricken.

Allie actually aggravated me in the very beginning with her "I don't give a damn about anything or anyone" attitude. And it was sad too that her attitude clearly hurt Kanin. So when she finally snaps out of it, I was glad. Though Jackal certainly wasn't. Ha. She goes thru much in this book and gets beaten up pretty badly a few times, especially at the end, but manages to remain the kind of monster she wants to be and accomplish her goals. Plus we get a new little revelation about her.

So we pick up right after the end of The Eternity Cure here with Kanin, Jackal and Allie going after Serran. Allie has pretty much lost herself with her loss of Zeke and shuts down completely emotionally. For a while at least. Serran is ever the crazy psycho leaving death in his wake showcasing his cruelty. He also leaves behind messages to taunt Allie and a few traps along the way. The biggest one being in the form of Zeke. They find him in charge of Jackal's city of Old Chicago and fight against Jackal's former minions to get to him. After much blood shed on both sides, Allie manages to break thru what Serran had done to him and get his own mind back. But with that he pretty much just becomes broken and empty when he recalls what he has done and how he enjoyed it and such. So he's pretty much just a hollow version of himself and Allie is freaking out because she wants the old Zeke back. A short time later, oddly enough, it is Jackal that snaps at them and wakes them up to the reality of things. The next day, Zeke is more alive and determined and Allie has her head on straight. Basically, things are much better and they're all back to their normal selves. And more than ready to find and finally kill Sarren. When the four of them get to Eden they know right away that something is wrong but don't find out what right away. And when they do, they know they have to hurry. They're always just a step behind Sarren now and fear that they will be too late but eventually they catch up to him. And the crazy continues. The fight is brutal and many things happen. Not all good...not good at all. But they come out victorious on pretty much every front. Leaving us with Jackal deciding to become a traveler of sorts and Allie with Zeke going out to try and save the rest of the world.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 a GREAT series ender! 16 avril 2014
Par Jessica S. - Publié sur
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Julie Kagawa's The Forever Song concludes the trilogy to her vampire series that she swore she would never write! Just so glad that that changed! Allie's life has definitely changed over the past few months as well since becoming a vampire. She's grown to accept what she is, dealt with her meddling blood brother, Jackal, and has even formed a friendship of sorts with him, found Zeke, a human boy she grew to love, before losing him. Now she's out for revenge on that vampire that took him from her, and to be Sarren at this time would not be a pleasant thing! Allie is hellbent on revenge and doesn't care what it takes to get it.

Allie, Kanin and Jackal are traveling cross country to get to Eden in order to stop Sarren from unleashing his virus on the world. One that will essentially kill everyone, vampire and human alike. This mutated virus is like the Red Plague, the one that set everything into motion years ago, but instead of killing all humans, it kills vampires too. Saving the world, what's left of it, is great and all, but Allie wants to kill Sarren because he has taken the one thing that she cared for most in this world, Zeke.

Julie really knows what's she doing! Character growth always amazes me, especially over such a short period of time. I can barely recall Allie back as a human and how she struggled to survive, now she's a vampire and she has a fierce streak to her. She's brave, courageous and now, vengeful. Which I do not condone her for at all and I was right there with her shouting for Sarren's head. It was only Kanin trying to help her keep her cool. Jackal, apparently approved of the new bloodthirsty Allie!

If you've read The Eternity Cure, you know how it really ended, but you see, Allie doesn't know this. And there was a time for awhile, I was wondering if it even happened that way! But the answer does come along eventually, and really, it wasn't so surprising how it happened. It just added more tension to the story all the more and I loved it!!

Jackal is definitely a character that you grow to love! Pretty much from The Eternity Cure on, he's had a special place in my heart! He's got a wicked sense of humor that always alleviates the tension of nearly every situation. You almost wonder if he does that to take away the tension, because usually what comes out of his mouth are things you don't want to hear! Or for Allie's case at least!

The Forever Song was a well paced read! Really, it was sort of perfect in a way, for our heroes cannot simply find Sarren right away and have at the final battle! There were lots of other challenges in their way and those had to be defeated first. And those were life threatening on their own as well! This one had quite a few surprises thrown in along the way as well. Some I was able to foresee, but there were definitely some shockers thrown in towards the end that left me breathless!

While I am sad to see this amazing trilogy come to an end, I do have to say that I enjoyed the ending that Julie gave us. It was one of those nice ones that leave you feeling content, knowing that the characters are still going to be having more adventures even after the page has ended.

Overall Rating 5/5 stars
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