From the author of the New York Times best sellers Gabriel's Rapture and Gabriel's Inferno comes the epic conclusion to the captivating romantic trilogy.
Professor Gabriel Emerson has left his position at the University of Toronto to embark on a new life with his beloved Julianne. Together, he's confident that they can face any challenge. And he's eager to become a father.
But Julianne's graduate program threatens Gabriel's plans, as the pressures of being a student become all-consuming. When she is given the honor of presenting an academic lecture at Oxford, Gabriel is forced to confront Julianne about the subject of her presentation - research that conflicts with his own. And in Oxford, several individuals from their past appear, including an old nemesis intent on humiliating Julia and exposing one of Gabriel's darkest secrets.
In an effort to confront his remaining demons, Gabriel begins a quest to discover more about his biological parents, beginning a chain of events that has startling repercussions for himself, Julianne, and his hope of having a family.
©2013 Sylvain Reynard (P)2013 Penguin Audio
I truly loved the emotions that emanated from Professor Emerson & Julianne. Also, how the author did a fantastic job tying up all the loose ends that remained in book 2. I also loved that in the end, Gabriel foresaw what the future held for them. I thought that was an important element for closure.
He brought the book to life! He has a wonderfully seductive voice that fits the character of Gabriel perfectly. However, I would have preferred a female narrator for Julianne's character.
Yes, it's a great book and a great series.
It stands on it's own, can't be compared is unique!
Great read, italian pronunciation is great, awesome job reading it.
This series already got a special place in my heart.
I was more than honored to have been able to read an ARC copy of the last installment of Gabriel’s Inferno Series by Sylvain Reynard.
This story has stuck with me since the very beginning, when just a few chapters had been written and started to follow it, impatiently waiting for the next chapter to be available. Then the first book was published; of course I got one of the first printed copies. My admiration for Sylvain Reynard and the books went beyond, I started re-reading Alighieri’s work after I firs read it in high school, with a different angle all together making it one of my interests today. I love that this series not only writes about a couple falling in love, but teach us about Alighieri’s and Botticelli’s work, SR also allows the readers to get to know other writers such as C.S. Lewis.
Gabriel’s Redemption is the perfect ending to a story so well written, a story that deserves a special place in contemporary romance. A must read for anyone and everyone. It’s kind of sad to let this story go, but I couldn’t be happier with how this last book wrapped it all up. I will be looking forward for some cameos of my favorite couple in SR’s next project “The Raven”
I don’t like spoilers so I’m just going to say that what each character faces in this part of the story will mark you forever. Gabriel and Julia’s life show us how people can overcome everything, the character might stumble, have setbacks but at the end you’ll find that every character get’s their own end in the story. How Gabriel finally confronts his demons and Julianne finds herself facing hers, teach us also that hope is what you should never lose, and as SR says “the greatest virtue isn’t charity; it’s hope”
Thank you SR for writing and sharing this wonderful story with all of us, I will forever be grateful for your friendship and will be always looking forward for the next adventure you want me to take. Enn thank you also for supporting SR and your friendship, for all your hard work in making this story reach more readers each day and for allowing me to help with whatever I can, this story deserves more readers and it has already gotten a permanent place in my heart and my library.
Classics, Biography's, Romance, Erotica. I'm a sucker for a good book!
Love this series, and this final book was what was needed. I can listen to these three books over and over. Love love love!
I enjoy a good romance novel. I enjoy audible books for commuting & listening while at work. England, Scottland & wild west favorite locals.
Loved this entire series by Sylvain. Great mix of romance, literature, Italian studies, spirituality and so much more. Must read!
it was hard for me to read and listen since I love the first and second book so much ... I've read the first book probably 20 times now... but I didn't want it to end. honestly I cried at the end. this book is by far my favorite... next to Sylvia Days renegade angels series with Shemyaza... the commander of the fallen angels
As a psychiatrist addiction is important to me. I am addicted to audible books, kindle books, my husband, and my thirteen cats.
This three part book is amazing. This book is a beautiful, amazing journey of learning the right way to love and build a life with someone. You must read the ultimate love story of a man and a woman who loved beyond the material word. Such an amazing story.
Seductive, poetic, romantic
Difficult to say. It is a very unique book in which it introduces renaissance theme Dante, while intertwining it with a modern day romance.
His voice was sultry and melodic with a rough edge.
Say something about yourself!
Best book I have ever listened to. I love this couple.
I could not stop listening to this book. Great book
If the story had not been such a predictable "happy ending" story or if the sexual encounters had been less whiny it would have made a good change. Married couples are normally more secure as newlyweds than the characters were. It was horrible and I was wishing I could skip over those scenes. They were that bad.
R.R. Martin's "Storm of Swords" or Maya Banks "Highlander" series book.
The narrator seemed arrogant and misogynistic when he read the women's voices. I think if he had read the main female character with a deeper toned voice it would have been a more positive experience.
Not really. I thought it would by the end, but was left empty and feeling it had had an unexpected twist.
Not worth the read. I wish I had stopped reading it.
I am a huge fan of this series, it is so eloquently written and smart. The performance by John Morgan was well executed, he does the "Snarky Narrator" justice.The book could feel a little forced at times, trying to give ALL previous characters their own endings. The author gave Gabriel and Julie a sweet story to close out things. Looking forward to his next novel The Raven. :)
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