War is coming. The veil between the living and the dead no longer exists. Evil is running rampant and the universe's symmetry balances on my fingertips. No big deal. Of course, nobody knows how or when the hallows will strike, or who among us is a traitor.
Hordes of vengeful spirits are multiplying by the minute, closing ranks. Zane is poised to strike, but it's going to take more than his killer instincts, more than swords and shadows to vanquish the hallows. Stakes are higher than ever, yet I am determined to protect those I care about - to save the world.
Restoring the veil isn't as easy as a snap of my fingers. Nothing worth fighting for ever is. Friendship and loyalties are tested to the limit, sacrifices of unimaginable proportions are made, but in the end, all that matters is whether I succeed or fail.
Soul Symmetry is the highly anticipated conclusion in The Raven series. A YA paranormal romance full of love, betrayal, and an enthralling supernatural world that will leave you hungry for more.
©2016 J.L. Weil (P)2016 Caitlin Kelly
Soul Symmetry is a fitting conclusion to the Raven trilogy by J.L. Weil. The story picks up soon after the second book, Black Crow, ends with Piper's coronation as the queen of the reapers (someone who helps souls cross over into the after life). Piper is finally coming into her own and doesn't seem so obnoxious. As we learned in the first two books, Piper and Zane are more than soulmates, their hearts are synchronized. As such, they can reach out to the other to garner strength and use the other's abilities when they are near each other as well as miles apart. The love scenes are very tastefully done and leave a lot to the reader's imagination. Simply put, Piper, Zane, and a few friends (and at least one frenemy) work together to figure out who is behind the plot to kill off Piper's bloodline and they ultimately close the veil between worlds before all of mankind is destroyed.
Caitlin Kelly narrated the Audible version of Soul Symmetry, like she did with the first two stories in the trilogy. Caitlin was simply outstanding. She used differing voices for all characters male and female, and accurately distinguished older characters from younger ones. She also exhibited great pace and urgency in all the appropriate parts. I've bumped up the overall rating due to Caitlin's engaging narration, which contributed immensely to my enjoyment of this book. I received a copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest unbiased review.
you won't be disappointed because the narration, characters and story are juicy and alive. I am so glad I immersed myself in this.
Don't have the male protagonist who is a complete and total jerk, then have the female main character fall in love with him. The fact that the FMC fell in love with someone who is so blatantly rude and disrespectful to her face is pathetic and degrades the author's attempt to make her a strong, self-aware character.
Nothing really stands out.
Someone who can do a decent imitation of a male voice. Ms. Kelly's interpretation of a deep male voice is laughable and very distracting.
No. Three was more than enough.
I have extremely mixed feelings about this series. On one hand, its a good concept and a strong storyline, with an interesting mix of characters. But the WRITING...yikes. I don't like being led by the hand during a story. The author spells out the feelings and emotions of every character instead of relying on the subtleties that allow the reader/listener to infer and feel the emotions along with the character. Its a lazy way to write a novel.
I am a fun loving mom that enjoys a great Book!! I'm happy to have Audible with a busy life it makes it so easy to still get lost in a book!
Excellent Ending to this series!! I KNEW I LIKED CRASH ALL ALONG!!! I'M SO HAPPY WITH HIM IN THIS BILL! ABSOLUTELY AMAZING JOB Caitlyn Kelly!! Now I have to find more books narrated by her!!
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