Friday, October 26, 2012
Book Review: Endlessly
Book 3 in the Paranormalcy Trilogy
AUTHOR: Kiersten White
GENRE: Urban fantasy
PREMISE: Evie is bullied by the supernatural to open a portal for all of them to go through. It's a pain in her behind.
MY REVIEW: All good things must come to end unfortunately. These books have been a favorite of mine these last three years or so and I really am sorry to see it go. But hey, White has new stuff coming out so it's not all bad, right?
This last book did everything a last book in a trilogy should do: tied up loose ends, solved consequences of previous books, shed light on old characters that we didn't realize before, and bring everything to a satisfying conclusion. Seeing Evie grow has been a absolute treat. She is still the Evie I grew to love in book one, but also has a more mature way of looking at things. True, a few things were predictable here and there but the joy of this series for me has always been Evie herself and White's brillaint sense of humor in the series.
So I'm sorry to see Evie go, seeing as she's been one of my favorite book heroines in recent years, but I'm also really satisfied with her journey and feel this is a good place to leave it be. I can't wait for White's new series and am really glad this author is here to stay.
WHO SHOULD READ: Those that have read books 1 and 2, urban fantasy fans, Buffy fans
MY RATING: Four out of Five portal doors