Published July 2012|Published by HarperCollins
E-book|Purchased from the Nook store|400 pages
Series: Paranormalcy #3
Summary: Evie’s paranormal past keeps coming back to haunt her. A new director at the International Paranormal Containment Agency wants to drag her back to headquarters. The Dark Faerie Queen is torturing humans in her poisonous realm. And supernatural creatures keep insisting that Evie is the only one who can save them from a mysterious, perilous fate.
The clock is ticking on the entire paranormal world. And its fate rests solely in Evie’s hands.
So much for normal.
I finally read Endlessly, the last book in the Paranormalcy trilogy. I just love this trilogy, and I was definitely surprised by how the series ended.
Evie is one of my favorite characters ever, and it’s because she’s so funny! Well, also because she’s pretty girly for a pretty kick-ass character, which makes her stand out. But even when things were bad, she still managed to get a laugh out of me!
I love the world that White built, with an assortment of paranormal characters and the agency that is supposed to keep tabs on things. It’s nice to see a series where you learn that a lot of the paranormal characters got sucked into our world because of fairies, and how they went back home before this world could destroy them. Evie had a hard choice to make, and it was great to see her make the right decision- even when she struggled with it and she felt like she was forced into it.
I was really surprised by Reth, who was sort of likeable. I wasn’t completely sold on him- not even in this one- but he really did surprise me. I definitely understood him a lot more by the end of the book. And the characters are really memorable and have their own personalities. Which can be difficult with a such an interesting ensemble of characters. But White does it, and does it really well.
I love that all of the characters and events of previous books come back, even when it’s been a few months since reading the previous book.
I loved the Faerie Realms, and they were described so well. They sounded so pretty, and how they came to be was great. Everything tied together so well, and while Endlessly didn’t seem long enough, I’m glad Evie and Lend had their happily ever after. It’s a shame we didn’t get some sort of epilogue, but the series ended on a great note.
Endlessly wrapped up this series really well. It was fun, hilarious, action-packed and dramatic. Evie really is a great character…well, a lot of the characters are great. Endlessly gets 5 stars.