Monday, September 2, 2013

Endlessly by Kiersten White Review

Title: Endlessly
Author: Kiersten White
Age Group: Teen/Young Adult
Genre: Fantasy
Series: Paranormalcy, book three
Star Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
The bottom line: Gorgeous, hilarious, and heartbreaking, the third and final novel in the Paranormalcy series delivers almost completely, though at times I was left a little confused.

Evie is back--and this time, she isn't sure she's going to make it out alive and whole. Not that she was whole in the first place, but details. Evie discovers that the IPCA is changing, locking up paranormals for no reason at all, and she catches wind of faeries--the dreaded faeries!--are planning something that could rip away everyone that Evie loves.

What I enjoyed:
-Evie, as always--the perfect narrator, and her evolution in the novel and the whole series, into a worthy heroine
-Lend
-Arianna
-Raquel and David
-Reth
-Jack
-Vivian
-The role that the faeries had throughout the novel
-The ending (Sob!)

What I didn't enjoy:
-The Dark Queen
-The whole creepy Faerie Realm
-Raquel's temporary boss (Ugh.)
-At times Evie's whining got on my nerves, but, picking at straws.

I loved Endlessly, and the Paranormalcy series as a whole! Any fans of paranormal novels and funny heroines should pick it up--lovely! Next on deck: Unwelcome by Michael Griffo!

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