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Publisher's Summary

Music kept them going. Now it's torn them apart. Guitarist Nick Crandall lost the most important thing in his life -- his band -- just as he was falling in love. A year has passed, and Oblivion is returning from hiatus. And Nick is ready to ask Lila to spend forever with him, even if he won't have his best friend at his side for the ceremony. Simon has spent the past year trying to find his way back to the thing that sustained him in his darkest hours, then grew to be his biggest demon. Margo has been at his side, but she's tired of him denying his dreams. With her help, he's ready to admit it's showtime. Perhaps he's even ready to stand up for his best friend -- and face him on the stage that united them so long ago. It's do or die, one more time.

©2016 Cari Quinn & Taryn Elliott (P)2017 Cari Quinn & Taryn Elliott

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boring

I like this series and I blew through the other books. It is taking me weeks to get through this book. So much drama that keeps being dragged out for too long. Nothing fun, hot or steamy about this book.

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Owned

The rest of Nick, Lola and Nick and Simon's relationship.... definitely one you should read..I mean at the least you have to know what happens between Lola and Nick...it's just a bonus to see if Simon and Nick save their friendship 😀

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Great ending to a great series

All great things must come to an end, unfortunately. This is the final book of the oblivion saga. What a wonderful journey and this read/listen ties up loose ends and also leaves options for other avenues for Taryn Elliot and Cari Quinn's other series to bring some of the characters in. The story was great and the writing was wonderful as always. This story I didn't want to end. You get glimpses in on what's going on with Deacon and Harper, jazz and Gray, Simon and Margo, and of course Lila and Nick. Then the band as a group.

Wonderful read/listen and great ending to the series. Kai and Wen keep you listen and make you not want to stop listen, and has made it so I don't stop and listen to in one day.

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This can't be the end.

If you could sum up Owned in three words, what would they be?

Return to Oblivion

What did you like best about this story?

It was bittersweet, the band working out their differences but knowing that this was the end of the series.

Which scene was your favorite?

When Lila fainted, the guys trying to get out of the control booth.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

When Simon got his groove back. I could see him soaring.

Any additional comments?

As always, Wen and Kai are spectacular, their voices are amazing and they help bring the story to life.

I was given a copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.