Publish date: October 5th 2010
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Pages no: 314
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
Series: The Devouring (#3)
It took me a month to finish the second book in this trilogy and then less than 24 hours to read the third. Really weird.I liked the story. It was spooky and action packed. Reggie was suddenly so witty, she even made me laugh a couple of times. But horror is still not my cup of tea. There were some ...
Brilliant, freaky and addictive. I read it all in one sitting and now I'm kinda afraid of going to bed, seeing that it's cold and dark. Cold = Vours, now. Forever. This is why you read books in a well-lit daytime environment when the birds are singing and everyone else is awake to witness the Vours ...
A really great ending of a trilogy.I really liked how this one played out, although it wouldn't have been that bad if there were a few more pages to it.Reggie was a badass character, really liked how she developed throughout the books, but it was somehow clear that she was the only one who could try...
Frankly, as a conclusion to the series, it was a let-down and unsatisfying. There is no true resolution to the issue of the Vours and even less to Reggie's personal situation. We are left not knowing whether she will become one of them or not! And she ends up with Quinn????! Not that she should have...
The quality of the writing in this series varies greatly from chapter to chapter. Maybe what they say is true, and there were several writers working on this. But while in the previous two we got some vivid, well-written chapters in between mediocre ones, this book seemed much more imbalanced. Don't...
Share this Book