The third book in the incredible FALLEN series.
Before Luce and Daniel met at Sword & Cross, before they fought the Immortals, they had already lived many lives. And so Luce, desperate to unlock the curse that condemns their love, must revisit her past incarnations in order to understand her fate. Each century, each life, holds a different clue.
But Daniel is chasing her throughout the centuries before she has a chance to rewrite history.
How many deaths can one true love endure?
©2011 Lauren Kate (P)2011 Random House Audiobooks
I loved this. Was highly enjoyable to get a peek into the past loves of Luce and Daniel. I liked the narrator too, I found her very easy to listen too. Looking forward to the next book!
I like books from Fallen serie and this one was very exciting! Dramatic chasing and final. I loved. Audio was in the best quality and very emotional. Loved the reader of the book.
It is definitely near the top. For me, this is the best book in the series so far. The nature of the story makes things very exciting, as the constant near misses and chase through the lives of the previous incarnations of Daniel & Luce provide real impetus to the plot.
I loved Luce in this instalment. She is proactive, not simply waiting for things to happen but forcing the issue by putting herself into some pretty dangerous situations.
She really nails the tone of voice needed for teenagers. The whole range of voices she has to perform are so well done. Male and female voices are all distinguished well, as well as different periods and places in history.
It made me hold my breath! The whole story was so tense I couldn't wait for the next chapter to find out what happened next.
I am outside the target audience for this book, and I found it to be brilliant. If you don't enjoy paranormal romance then you will never like it. But if you are willing, you can be totally lost in this world.
"Loved it! Leaves me waiting for the last book..."
Luce is visiting her past lives and finally gets to understand more about her relationship to Daniel. I liked the fact that this book makes you think about love, and how it is not always straight and easy. There is never just black and white to any of the caracters and love is not always the sweet and easy way. The introduction of Bill's caracter was a clever move. The end leaves makes us to wonder, can "the scale" be tipped? I am waiting for the showdown..
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