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on Sep. 21, 2012 :
Seriously disappointed! I think that’s the best way to sum up my feelings when I finished this book. Why you ask? Well, that’s easy, because the series is over, and I really didn’t want it to end!
I have to admit that after reading the first book, I was a little iffy about the series, but wow, did it surprise me in the end. The characters really evolved as the books went on, and I find myself hoping that Estes will expand this and give us more.
Archangel Evolution had a perfect mix of action, humor and romance. In this segment, I was on the edge of my seat, holding my breath and even giggling uncontrollably at times as Taylor and her closely-knit group of friends struggled to defeat their enemy and end the war between Good and Evil.
Estes did a wonderful job tying up the loose ends and pulling the story together without rushing the ending. If I wasn’t fully satisfied when the last page came around, it was simply because I wish it didn’t have to end. Like I said before, I can only hope Estes will continue with this series and with the way things were left, there is definitely room for more to come.
For all you Angel lovers out there, The Evolution Trilogy is a refreshingly different take on Angels and Demons and is a definitely a must read.
(reviewed long after purchase)