Katy knows that the world changed the night the Luxen came. She can't believe that Daemon welcomed his race or stood by as his kind threatened to obliterate every last human and hybrid on Earth. But the lines between good and bad have blurred, and love has become an emotion that could destroy her-could destroy them all.
Daemon will do anything to save those he loves, even if it means betrayal. He and Katy must team up with an unlikely enemy if there is any chance of surviving the invasion. But when it quickly becomes impossible to tell friend from foe and the world begins to crumble around them, they may have to sacrifice everything-even what they cherish most-to ensure the survival of their friends . . . and mankind.
©2014 Jennifer L. Armentrout (P)2014 Tantor
I was a completer hater through book 1 but obviously kept reading. This book was the perfect ending to the series. I will "miss" the characters...all of them! Especially LOVE daemon and his alpha male obnoxiousness! I didn't think I would make it through a 5 book series (3 is generally enough) but this completely kept my interest! So clearly I must've like it. Tons of action, love and everything else
Busy mom who loves to read but doesn't always have the time. I enjoy YA, Romance and the occasional Best Seller.
This was the perfect ending to a great series. I thought it nicely tied up loose ends and left the whole series with a satisfying conclusion. Although I am sad to say good-bye to these characters I enjoyed the entire listen.
Great end to an awesome series.
Was really hoping at the end that Kat would have shown a hidden abiliry, like healing. There was all this talk about how amped up she was feeling then nothing. Story rapped up pretty quickly after the final battle but still felt like I was left hanging.
There were a whole slew of questions left unanswered so I am really hoping to see some short stories or spinoff series with Luc, those Origin kids, Ashley, whatever. Definately want a short story about the last question Kat was asked at the end and how that turns out!
How could someone choose this horrible, nerve- racking, incapable female reader. It is a shame, because it distroyed the whole story and made it nearly impossible to listen. Justine Eyre is a absolute NO GO.
It's a mixed bag because both narrators mispronounced names and terms. Justine Eyre just doesn't fit for this particular story at all, but Rob Shapiro does an overall excellent job in spite of the mistakes.
The entire epilogue was stellar! I loved it!
Justine's performance - nothing really. I enjoyed Rob's ability to nail Daemon's character vocally and he did a good job with the other male and female characters as well.
'They'll need each other to survive...' This is the same quote printed on the hardcover edition.
I'll never stop wishing that Tantor had confirmed correct pronunciations of all character names and terms with the author before recording this series. If there's anyway for those mispronunciations to be corrected, they should really seriously consider doing so.
I just love this series, it's so unpredictable, with lots of twists and turns.
All characters are well developed and strong.
I enjoyed the narrators too
Highly recommend with 5 fabulous stars
I enjoyed the entire series, but the last book is definitely the weakest link in my opinion. The writing is good, and the humor is there, but the content in these books is borderline YA. Nothing is explicit, but it isn’t innocent either. It’s not just the subtext behind it but the fact it happens so often in this book. I mean practically every chance Kat and Demon got they were taking their clothes off. This is the only YA series I have read so far like this, and though I loved the characters, I think it got a little too adult toward the end of the series. Don’t get me wrong, I love the love story between Kat and Demon, but it was a little overdone in this book. I may be the minority in this thinking, but I happen to think young adult novels shouldn’t have so much foul language and inference to sexual activity, especially oral. The characters may be eighteen, but it is a fact that young readers read above their own age group, and so think it is a bit inappropriate for that reason. The narators were pretty good. I liked Justine Eyre, but Rob Shapiro didn’t differentiate his voices hardly at all, and certainly not with the female characters. Jennifer L. Armentrout is a good author, but I think she needs to decide whom she is writing for, young adults or, adults.
Just trying to find my next great read
The plot and the characters. This is my favorite new adult paranormal series.
There were so many in this book. But since I love angst it has to be the scene when Katy sees Daemon for the first time after he "followed" the Luxen.
Rob Shapiro did an amazing job. Very good.
However, Justine Eyre did an awful job. It sounded like she was grunting. Then when she did a male voice...they all sounded alike. It is as if she tried so hard to make her voice sound different. Sometimes she just sounded like someone who had been smoking for 50 years. She is going on my list of bad narrators.
I have a list of other female narrators that would have done an amazing job.
At times. Depended on which scenes were being read.
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