This was the third and final book in the trilogy, so even though I wasn’t blown away by the first two, I wanted to read this one because I wanted to know how everything would end, especially after the way the second book ended.
It was interesting seeing the fallout from the things that happened in Book 2, and I thought the plot was once again solid and unpredictable at times, albeit pretty slow-paced.
As for the characters, their voices sounded a little stronger this time, so that was good. But, maybe because the first person POV didn’t work for me and I never got that invested in them in the earlier books, I still didn’t feel that much for them. I didn’t dislike them though—they were still characters you could root for.
I was glad the disability stayed realistic through to the end since I was still concerned it might be cured with magic. And Edie still had her scars.
So overall, not a bad series—it had some unpredictability and surprises that I appreciated, and the plot was good—but I guess it wasn’t quite for me since I never really felt much depth or emotion from the characters. Anyone who likes plot-focused books may enjoy it more though.
Fans of Books 1 and 2 in Erin Hayes's Harker Trilogy. Anyone who likes urban fantasy, vampires, and unpredictable plots.
More Books in the Series:
The thrilling conclusion to The Harker Trilogy
I’m finally free of my family’s curse.
Except now, the world is ending. FML.
Anthony, the vampire that killed my sister and my brother-in-law, has won. I’ve lost everything. I no longer have my powers. I have no idea where Amelia is. And the vampire I love has surrendered to the hunger that is throwing the world into chaos.
The worst part? I can’t do anything about it, because I’m no longer the Harker. Sure, I’m not dying anymore, but I’m barely living at this point.
But there may be one last chance to save us all. If only I can find it in me to make one final sacrifice.