When I first started listening to this one, I thought it might drag a bit. But I found myself getting emotionally tied in with Daniel more in this bo..Show More »ok and I think that kept it from dragging for me. Passion gives a much better sense on just how tortured Daniel has been watching Luce die in front of him for 5000 years. You get a better grip on the pain, depression, determination, devotion, and love he has surrounding her. While the story was told from Luce's perspective, this book really was about Daniel in my opinion. I felt a little confused and not quite fulfilled at the ending, but it did leave a nice setup for book 4 (Rapture, out in 2012).
You can't grasp a love story that spans this far with just a simple explanation. You simply have to live it...with Passion.
Luce is visiting her past lives and finally gets to understand more about her relationship to Daniel. I liked the fact that this book makes you think ..Show More »about love, and how it is not always straight and easy. There is never just black and white to any of the caracters and love is not always the sweet and easy way. The introduction of Bill's caracter was a clever move. The end leaves makes us to wonder, can "the scale" be tipped? I am waiting for the showdown..
Yes. I liked listening to the behind the scene love stories of characters in the book. You feel closer to the characters when you know their backgroun..Show More »d stories and this helped me get more out of the other books in the Fallen series.
I was dissapointed by this last instalment. Lauren Kate didn't use all her threads to spin a satisfying end. The reader is left to wonder why Cam was ..Show More »so important in the instalments before? And the new twist that should explain the curse was not fully plausible to me. The whole storey seems quickly patched together rather then a carefully woven ...
On top of that the voice of the narrator really annoyed me. She has this "suffering" tone, it put me off the storey so much that I thought about stopping to listen and buy the book! As much as certain narrators add to a storey others can spoil it.