“Love it such a happy eding
I love lend soooo much and reth still is sorta stalking but he got better ”
“This was a fun weekend read. Trying to get some of my lighter reading done before I pick up cloud atlas... I have a feeling it's going to slow down my reading for a while.”Sarah wrote this review Wednesday, December 12, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“It was a good ending of the trilogy. It answered all of my questions from the second book... ”Sam_17 wrote this review Wednesday, November 28, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Stayed up til midnight to finish it lol! I wouldn't say it was my favorite book in the Paranormalcy Trilogy because I liked the 2 previous books more. However, I think the author did a good job at the end, it was a good ending to the series. I will totally keep an eye for more books from this author:) ”Ana wrote this review Wednesday, November 21, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“A good end to the series, they were fun books. I liked the world she created”Stacy B wrote this review Wednesday, October 24, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Full review on Reader's Dialogue: http://readersdialogue.blogspot.com/2012/10/endlessly.html
What an end to the series! Fast and fun, exactly like Evie. As everything builds to the final moments in this book, it becomes Evie concentrated, with all her personality coming through full force. But at the same time, she's changed since the beginning of the series in very slight, subtle ways. She definitely takes more responsibility for her actions in this book than she does in the first - though Reth doesn't seem to think so! And she has the courage to face a really difficult decision with maturity and clarity, thinking it through rationally and making a decision, and then telling Lend her decision calmly and clearly.
Still, with these changes, the book has the same light, sarcastic tone, with all the characters constantly getting on each others' nerves and getting into little - erm, disagreements. I love it! The way they all work together, but at the same time, they are all so completely different, their personalities clashing at every turn. It certainly messes up the plans a number of times!
And the plans, the plans... Evie is sick of plans by the end of the book, but I'm not. I love seeing each plan, how they set it up - or not - how it falls to pieces and they fumble to piece something together in the thick of the action. It's nonstop from one to the next, lots of improvisation, and that means that we get to see a lot more of each character, as each one responds with his or her own unique style. They're thinking on their feet, reacting instinctively, and I love how each one's reaction matches their personalities so perfectly.
I flew through this book. It's not just that the action was nonstop, it's the way the story is told - there are some really heavy moments, like when Evie sees how the Dark Queen is torturing humans, but in general, the events are narrated with a tone that makes it so easy to read, that makes the words flow off the page. There's banter among the characters, but even when there isn't, the story is fun.
And I love the way it ends. Evie's decisions seem impossible, but it all works out, with unexpected sacrifices. A perfect end to a perfect series.”
“Awesome end to an awesome series”Samantha wrote this review Saturday, October 20, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“This was a good ending to the story and I was pretty happy about it. This book however, was not as good as the first book. ”Aimee P wrote this review Wednesday, October 17, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“This book wraps up the Paranormalcy series well. Honestly, I would have given it more stars if...
1. The insanely intense love story between Evie & Lend is kind of, uh, I don't know, unrealistic and sets a kind of a bad example for girls. Ladies, you should not devote that much of yourself to a guy when you're still in high school. That's not normal. This is a BOOK. (at least it's a clean romance)
2. Evie is smart but she doesn't THINK. Half of the misunderstandings would have been easily cleared up if she would have taken a 5 second break from thinking about Lend to use her brain. But then I guess the book wold have been way shorter. ;o)”