Author: Cynthia hand
Series: (Unearthly Trilogy) Book #3
Published- January 22nd, 2013
I really don't know what to say. This will probably be a short and sweet review because I don't want to give anything away. I'm going to be very aloof and as mysterious as I can be so nothing is taken away when you actually read the story. There's so much to say but I can't find the right words. Unearthly was my first angel book. The only other angel books I've tried other than this trilogy was Hush, Hush and the sequel - Crescendo. It just didn't measure up as Unearthly so when Hallowed came out I was ready to get back into the comfort of a wonderful angel book which, as you may know, I consider to have the greatest love triangles I've ever come across. I was ecstatic when I realized that I loved Hallowed like I loved Unearthly. Now when I finished Boundless, in complete awe of what this trilogy has accomplished, I could say that I've loved each and every one of the books in this trilogy. How rare is it that an author is able to do that?
I completely forgot about Angela's vision that sent her, Clara, and Christian to Stanford. They all had to deal with their own visions. I really liked how it all came together. Their visions were forecasting events that impacted their lives so greatly. There was a chance that the visions wouldn't play out as well as they hoped. To put everything on those visions, having faith that it will all work out, was a major stress factor for me. All the shock that this book gave me was insane. My emotions by the end of the story were everywhere.
I liked how Jeffrey came around and Clara seemed to care for him more than she usually did. Before I've complained how she should have paid more attention to her brother. He's an angel blood too with visions of his own. I felt sometimes she was a bit selfish before but in this book she made up for it in my eyes. She was good with Angela too.
What really got me with the story is that even if there were questions about where Christian and Tucker stood with her (I know! Tucker's around) the book was more about Clara and what she was facing. In the other books I felt like a lot of attention was focused on the romance which for me was no problem at all but the change worked well now that the trilogy has come to an end. For some reason even if the romance was in there I felt like it wasn't the biggest part of the story. It was about Clara and her choices. Hand really tugged on my heart strings with this one. It was such a incredible ending although bittersweet. I'm going to miss everyone so much. I don't think I'll ever find an angel series quite like this.
I'm going to stop here. I know if I write a more detailed review like I'm used to I might inadvertently give something away or give more review than you need. You can see that I loved Boundless and that's all you really need to know so you can go in reading Boundless with a positive attitude. I know this review probably wasn't as short as you or I expected but I'm ending it here. There is only one more thing to say: lovers of Unearthly and Hallowed - you won't be disappointed with Boundless.
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