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Rapture: Book 4 of the Fallen Series (English Edition) Format Kindle
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Description du produit
Quatrième de couverture
And time is running out for Luce and Daniel.
In order to stop Lucifer from erasing the past, they must find the place where the Fall began. Only Luce can break the curse, and it is her choice alone that will decide all of their fates.
But as Dark Forces gather, great sacrifices will have to be made in this final, epic struggle . . .
In the fight for Luce, and for Love, who will win?
The astonishing climax to the FALLEN series. Heaven can't wait any longer. --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition paperback.
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Détails sur le produit
- ASIN : B007OWBZYC
- Éditeur : RHCP Digital; 0 édition (21 juin 2012)
- Langue : Anglais
- Taille du fichier : 2285 KB
- Synthèse vocale : Activée
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- Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 464 pages
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I have tried to minimise the "spoiler" in what I am about to say . If 'The Throne' is such a forgiving and benevolent character as painted in the final scenes, surely torturing Daniel over thousands of years of losing his love every 17 years does not add up as the act of such a being or something they would allow. Blood sacrifice - that also seemed misplaced and not something I could believe the character in question would bring themselves to do.
I also felt there was so much loss for Daniel and Luce this time around...family, all their previous friends and the essence of who and what they were before. The ending for me was more sad than I had hoped it would be and not the satisfying ending one hopes for in a love story.
All that having been said I did enjoy the series as a whole .
I'm glad to be on the former's side.
As the final book, it's often hard to find the balance between a brilliant plot and a satisfying conclusion to the story as a whole, whilst also answering questions and tying up all loose ends. Lauren Kate did this with Rapture, and she did it wonderfully.
I don't think it can be disputed that Rapture is by far and away the best book of the series. It just felt like Kate had finally found and embraced her style of writing which has been yearning to come out for some time, and the words just flowed.
All the characters felt much more mature, which was a relief to see. At times in previous books (Torment, I'm looking at you), some had been bordering on irritating with their self-centred, teenage angst feelings - especially Luce - but here they were focused on what they had to do and much more involved.
Daniel especially came into his own. His character voice felt much stronger and his and Luce's love felt much more convincing and worth the battle around them.
I was in awe of how the story progressed and was genuinely stunned at some of the plot twists. Nicely done, Kate. What happened felt right, and more than lived up to what we wanted to happen.
But the ending, for me, was bittersweet. (Here I am referring to the very end - namely the last two chapters/epilogue)
It was the right way to go, I know, but I can't help thinking things were a little different.
I was sad to see the series end - in fact I shed a tear as I read the last line - because I really have loved these books, and have invested a lot of time and heart into them. Endings are always hard, because here we have to draw a line and say goodbye to the characters.
So: farewell, Fallen. It's been worth the wait, and it's been one hell of a ride.
But let me get on to the book in question: There's no doubt the first 50 pages or so showed lots of promise; it was quite different and intriguing - I love the seismic time shifts. But from there on it became almost like a repeat of Passion (Fallen) with all the adventures to the different parts of the world Lucinda and Daniel go to. But then again, it was almost completely irrelevant to the first three books; they could not have happened and yet it was still clear what was going on.
But, contradictory to the last boring 300 pages - nothing much happens, Luce + Daniel do what they have to do all while snogging and professing their love for one another - secrets are revealed (lots of them) which make it interesting. I loved the ending; it was brilliant because I didn't expect it at all.
Overall I give this book three stars - the series ditto. If all four books were written different or there'd only been two or 3 books then it'd been absolutely amazing. If you ever have any spare time read them. They're good.
without spoiling the book for anyone, I found it quite tedious at times and I found myself having to force myself to read it. For me it got quite boring and because of this i would recommend people who have not started to read this series, not to bother. If i'd have known how this last book would turn out when i read the first (amazing!) book, I probably wouldn't have bothered reading the series either. Saying that, if you are a person who has read the first three books then of course you should probably read this one as well, just to give you the overall experience of the characters and story. However, if your not that bothered about reading this book and just think you should because you've read the first three (like me) then my recommendation is not to waist your money.
So yeah, the fallen series has been a good one (in the first three books), its just a shame about this last book. I feel that more time and effort should have been put into it by the author.
Anyway, I thought the first half of the book really dragged and at times I had to force myself to keep reading. There were far too many descriptive passages and not enough action. However I felt the second half, when the revelations finally start, really picked up and I finished it quite quickly. The ending, as some have described it, is somewhat bitter-sweet and not what I expected. All in all, not a bad ending to the series though.